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How to Clean Leather Car Seats

Published 07:00 AM, Fri December 22, 2017


  A lot of auto maintenance tends to focus on what’s under the hood, or perhaps what the body of the car looks like—and rightly so. These things are obviously important, but there’s something to be said for maintaining the interior of your car, as well. Interior upkeep is essential for making your car look […]


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How Does an Automatic Transmission Work

Published 07:00 AM, Fri December 8, 2017


  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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What Transmission Do I Have?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri December 1, 2017


  Your vehicle’s transmission is the most complicated system in the entire car—and arguably the most important. As such, if you ever need to have repairs made or a rebuilt, you’ll need to know exactly which type your vehicle uses. We don’t just mean manual versus automatic. Hopefully, you know the answer to that one! […]


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How Does a Radiator Work?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri November 24, 2017


  The radiator is one of the most misunderstood automotive components. This may be because a car radiator works so differently from a home radiator. The one in your home works essentially to warm up the immediate surroundings—but the one in your car does something a little different.   Your Engine Cooling System   It’s […]


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Where is the Temperature Sensor on a Car?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri November 17, 2017


  The vehicles of today are all pretty smart. They come equipped with sensors and gauges to help alert owners to potential problems or maintenance needs. One of the most important of these sensors—and perhaps one of the most overlooked—is the coolant temperature sensor, sometimes abbreviated as the CTS. But what does this sensor do, […]


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