What Type Of Fluid Is Leaking From Your Car?

Posted on: 4 November 2016

What do you do when you notice that your car is leaking? Immediately take your car into the shop? Panic because you just know the engine is about to blow up? Or, do you remain calm while trying to determine the location of the leak? Before you do anything else, you need to determine the leak's location. This way, you don't try to drive a car with a leak that could cause a major issue.
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Have A Non-Running Vehicle In Your Driveway? Sell It To Avoid Problematic Situations

Posted on: 29 September 2016

When you are driving on the road and your car stops working, you may have it towed to your house for a personal inspection to see if it is something that you can repair on your own. But, you may find out that it is going to be quite expensive to fix, and it is already an older vehicle without much resale value. Instead of paying to fix a car that might not work for that long and that you cannot sell for a decent amount, you may consider it a junk vehicle, and this is when it could sit in your driveway for months.
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Signs That Your Transmission Need Work

Posted on: 27 September 2016

The transmission is one of the key components of your car. In a car with an automatic transmission it is fully responsible for shifting your car's gears, meaning that you can go nowhere if it stops working. Fortunately, your transmission does provide plenty of warning signs if it is beginning to suffer issues. The following guide can help you spot trouble before you car fully breaks down. Sign #1: Fluid leaking from the transmission
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3 Options When Your Brake Light Socket Is Corroded

Posted on: 22 September 2016

Over time, as you replace your brake lights, the cover that protects your brake lights can lose its integrity, especially if it is not screwed into place tightly. Water can then get into the area where your brake lights are located on your vehicle, and that water can corrode the mechanism that holds your brakes, which is also known as the socket. The water can produce rust and can wreak havoc on your brake light sockets.
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