Debunking 4 Common Myths About Oil Changes

As a vehicle owner, hopefully, you already understand the importance of regular oil changes. Your car's motor oil is responsible for lubricating all those moving parts in your car's engine, thus reducing wear and tear and keeping things running smoothly. Still, there are a lot of myths out there when it comes to oil changes. By having a better understanding of the truth behind these myths, you can make better-informed decisions about your car. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Repairing A European Car

Do not hold off on purchasing a European car just because you are afraid that the repairs are going to cost too much. Many people are afraid of purchasing a European vehicle because they are afraid it will cost too much to repair. Here are a few things you need to know about taking care of a European vehicle. #1 Parts One of the truths of repairing a European car is that the parts are generally more expensive. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To Replace Your Torque Converter

Your car's torque converter is the component that provides the pressure that allows your transmission to shift gears. It is therefore an essential part of any vehicle, and if it malfunctions, it can greatly increase the risk of a collision occurring and the likelihood of significant mechanical damage to other parts of your vehicle. Understanding the signs of a failing torque converter makes it much easier for you to identify the problem when it first emerges so that you can have a mechanic replace the converter before it becomes a serious safety risk. Read More 

Quick Ways To Notice A Problem With Your Transmission

The transmission in a vehicle is likely to start giving you signs of problems soon after an issue has developed within in. Therefore, you want to take advantage of this and make sure that you are looking for those signs. The quicker you spot them, the quicker you can have your vehicle in the transmission shop and back on the road. There Is A Delay Felt Every Time You Put The Vehicle Into Drive Read More 

Clean Your Vehicle’s Cylinder Head, Remove Signs Of Corrosion, And Protect The Metal Surface

A cylinder head is a covering that protects a cylinder's internal components as a piston is compressed inside of a motor. If this vital part has rust on its metal surface, your car's motor may not run as smoothly as normal. The following steps can be completed to clean your vehicle's cylinder head, remove signs of corrosion, and protect the metal surface from rusting again.  Materials gloves face mask duster can of compressed air shop vacuum cleaner naval jelly foam sponge or brush scouring pad detergent water cleaning cloths plastic sheeting wide tape rust preventive spray Remove Loose Debris From The Cylinder Head Read More