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How to Clean Your Car’s Engine

Published 07:00 AM, Fri September 15, 2017


  Can You Believe This Car Has Over 60,000 Miles on Its Odometer?   So, you washed your car interior and exterior and you are driving around town when your car suddenly starts to cough and sputter. Like any other machine, your car’s engine and its engine compartment also need cleaning in order for your […]


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How to Clean Your Car’s Interior

Published 07:00 AM, Fri September 8, 2017


  Whether it’s smashed french fries under the baby’s car seat or soda stains from that last-minute spring semester road trip, the inside of your vehicle can begin to look rough after continuous daily use. Cleaning your car interior on a regular basis not only makes driving a more pleasant experience, but it can also […]


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How to Drive a Manual Transmission

Published 07:00 AM, Fri September 1, 2017


You Can Drive a Stick!   Three pedals, two feet? You can do it!   Back in the day, stick shifts outsold automatic transmissions. But today, just 6 percent of new cars come with a manual transmission, which is the correct name for a stick. However, that number is moving in an upward direction. Confronted […]


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Top Reasons Your Car May Not Drive Smoothly

Published 07:00 AM, Wed August 23, 2017


  When you get behind the wheel, you ideally want your ride to be pretty smooth. When things get bumpy, you might want to consider possible automotive problems. Any excessive rumbling, vibrating, bumping, or wobbling is a potential sign of trouble. But what kind of trouble? What can you do to fix it? The first […]


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3 Parts That Commonly Fail After the Radiator Goes Bad

Published 07:00 AM, Fri August 18, 2017


  As you look at your vehicle’s engine bay, you may find yourself wondering, “How does a radiator work?” The radiator in your car actively dissipates heat that builds up in the cooling system. As coolant runs through the radiator, the walls of the internal passageways start to develop a thick layer of scale. Debris […]


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