31 January 2012
If you’re starting to notice symptoms that your vehicle may require an engine repair or a complete engine rebuild, don’t panic. You will want to have it inspected by a well-qualified, reputable, certified mechanic. It’s also a good idea to have your vehicle serviced on a regular basis to help prevent an engine rebuild. Of course, not all vehicles will need such an extensive auto repair.
Here are a 4 service tips that will hopefully prevent, or at least prolong, an engine repair:Read More »
If you’re interested in making an impression with your muffler, or beefing up the performance of your vehicle, then upgrading your exhaust system is one of the easiest ways to accomplish that.
The exhaust system is one of the key systems in relation to the overall performance of a vehicle. Composed of tubing intended to expel exhaust gases away from the controlled combustion taking place inside your engine, this system facilitates the removal of waste gases to streamline horsepower, gas mileage and the overall efficiency of your car or truck. The manufacturer’s original mufflers and exhaust system components are intentionally manufactured to limit this process. Their primary intent is to stifle the noise created by your engine, which then of course, also reduces its efficiency. This explains why after-market mufflers and performance exhaust systems have been produced to satisfy vehicle owners who “want a little more!” Read More »
Admit it. If you’re like most drivers, you find it hard to care about your tires. You probably don’t have a routine tire repair schedule to check the air pressure of your tires as recommended, or take the time to regard the depth of their tread either. And, to be honest, if you’re like the majority of drivers, have you ever peeked at the note on the driver’s side door (or maybe the glove compartment) to learn the correct air pressure for your vehicle’s rubber? It not, don’t be too hard on yourself! Read More »