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Keeping the Fluids Flowing

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Keeping the Fluids Flowing
Wherever there’s a moving part in your car, there’s a fluid attached to it. Checking these fluids will minimize maintenance in the long run, and keep your car on the road longer. . .
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Spark Plugs FAQ

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Spark Plugs FAQ
In honor of July 4, here’s some info about the firecrackers that make your engine work: spark plugs. What are spark plugs? A spark plug is a tiny device that takes electrical current from the ignition system (sent via spark plug wires) and creates a. . .
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5 Steps to an A/C Tune-Up

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5 Steps to an A/C Tune-Up
Summer is officially here, and that means it’s time to make sure your air conditioner is working! There are five main components to an a/c system. Here’s a quick breakdown of how it works and what we look for in a tune-up. . .
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Yes, Even Tires Have Parts

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Yes, Even Tires Have Parts
There’s much more to a tire than “where the rubber hits the road.” Let’s look beneath the surface at the different parts of a tire so that you can follow along at your next service appointment. . .
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Scorching Heat? Watch for a Fried Battery

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Scorching Heat? Watch for a Fried Battery
Many people think that it’s the cold that sucks the life out of your car battery. But in fact, most often, it’s heat that’s the culprit when it dies. Why? To fully answer that question, let’s take a look at how a typical battery works. . .
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Do-It-Yourself Pre-Trip Inspection

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Do-It-Yourself Pre-Trip Inspection
Nothing ruins a great road trip like car trouble. Luckily, by checking a few basic things on your vehicle, you can be confident that the story of your trip won’t involve a roadside rescue. . .
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Why Does My Tire Pressure Change By Itself?

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Why Does My Tire Pressure Change By Itself?
To many of us, high school physics class is a distant, painful memory. But there’s no escaping physics in the real world: basic physical principles are acting on us and our vehicles all the time, especially our tires. And one of those principles. . .
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What Does Engine Oil Do, Anyway?

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What Does Engine Oil Do, Anyway?
It’s important to change your oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or so, but what exactly does engine oil do, how does it get so dirty, and what happens when it’s not changed? Engine oil serves two important purposes in your engine. Its primary role. . .
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How to Change a Tire

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How to Change a Tire
Flat tires happen, and sometimes, they happen in pretty remote places. To avoid potentially dangerous situations and to save time, it’s a good idea to know how to change a tire yourself. Here are the steps. . .
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