Finding Better Auto Service

Noises Your Vehicle Makes And What They Could Mean

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Whether you are the driver or passenger, many noises are classified as annoying. If the warning signs are ignored, you will be paying for the delays. 1. Grinding Gears in a Manual Transmission You may have clutch issues and a worn out synchronizer may be the culprit because its main duty is to allow the transmission to shift easily from one gear to the next. Your clutch may also be dragging. Either issue may require massive work to correct the situations. Read More»

How To Boost A Car Battery

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A dead battery can happen at any time and it can be something as simple as leaving your headlights running that can leave your car without enough power to start. A dead battery will need to be boosted by another car to recharge the power and begin the power cycle in the dead battery cells. Here is a set of instructions that will teach you how to boost a dead car battery Read More»

How To Fix A Minor Scratch On Your Car

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A scratch can ruin the overall look and appearance of a car. Minor scratches can be fixed yourself by taking the following steps outlined below. You will need the following items to complete this task: A bucket Warm water Dish soap Soft rags Scratch filler Primer paint One can of matching body paint Instructions: Start by filling the bucket with warm water and adding a couple squirts of dish soap. Read More»

3 Signs That Your Car Brakes Need To Be Replaced

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Keeping your vehicle in tip top shape is extremely important, especially when it comes to safety features such as the brakes. Therefore, you are going to want to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that may indicate that your vehicle is in need of replacement brakes. To make sure that you are not missing the signs and putting yourself and other people at risk of injury, you will want to review the following signs. Read More»

Brake Rotors: Inspection And Replacement

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Many home auto mechanics elect to replace their brake pads themselves. Yet those comfortable with this skill often neglect to perform an equally important task at the same time–a thorough inspection of their brake rotors. If you would like to increase your knowledge of automobile maintenance, read on. This article will teach you how to inspect your brake rotors. Indirect Inspection Gauging the condition of your brake rotors begins long before you ever take the wheels off to replace your brake pads. Read More»