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Why Is My Car Leaking Oil When Parked?

Published 04:00 PM, Tue May 14, 2019


  It is often said that changing the oil is the single most important thing you can do to take care of your car. Nevertheless, it is something that many automobile owners delay—and the results of procrastination can be dire.   The purpose of oil is to cut down on friction within your engine. When […]


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Wheel Bearing Warning Signs

Published 03:00 PM, Tue May 14, 2019


  You already know that your car cannot function safely or properly without good, sturdy wheels. What you may not know is that the wheel is far from a simple component. Actually, there is a lot of complexity that goes into the design of a wheel, and several components that must all be integrated together. […]


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How Does an Automatic Transmission Work

Published 07:00 AM, Sat December 8, 2018


  Automatic and manual transmissions do basically the same thing—but if you’ve driven them both then you know they work in very different ways. Essentially, an automatic simplifies the driving experience considerably. Unlike driving a manual, there is no clutch pedal to contend with. Even more significantly, there is no gear shift for drivers to […]


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How to Clean a Car Battery

Published 02:10 PM, Thu November 22, 2018


  If you have an old battery or a mechanical failing, that’s probably going to require intervention from an automotive specialist. But if the problem is simply that the terminals on your battery need to be cleaned, that’s something you can do yourself.   Here’s what you need to do to make sure your battery […]


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How to Jump Start a Car Battery

Published 10:08 AM, Wed November 7, 2018


Has this ever happened to you? You jump into the driver’s seat of your car, in a rush to get your kids to school and yourself to work. You turn the key and get ready to zoom away—but as you turn your ignition, nothing happens. A few clicks or stray sputters of your engine, maybe. […]


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