If your car is making a funny noise, read through my blog. You might find that I have already experienced that sound and provided you a solution to the problem.

Brake Trouble 101: Brake Line Damage And Leaks

20 December 2021
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Depending on the type of brake lines that your car is fitted with, there is a possibility of wear, corrosion, perforation, and seal failure. Any of these problems can lead to brake line leaks, which compromise the pressure in your brake system and, therefore, your brake operation. It's important that you understand the potential signs of brake line problems so that you can address the issue as quickly as possible to protect your car's brakes from complete failure. Read More …

Repairing Your Car’s Damaged Tires

22 November 2021
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Damage to one or more of your vehicle's tires can render the vehicle unable to be used. When faced with tire damage, it will often be possible to repair this through the use of a patch. Patching Tire Damage Is An Effective Repair For Many Problems A person may assume that patching their car's tires will be an unreliable repair that may be prone to fail fairly soon after the patch has been installed. Read More …

Things You Can Do to Extend the Life of Your Tires

19 October 2021
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The tires on your vehicle will wear out eventually, but maintaining them to get the most life your can will save you money and ensure your car rides and handles comfortably. Tire maintenance is not complicated; you can take your car to a tire shop for additional help. Air Pressure The air pressure in your tires is critical to proper wear of the tread and sidewalls. Underinflated tires can scuff the sidewalls on the road, and the center of the tread will not wear as fast as the outer edges. Read More …

Auto Repairs: Signs Of A Failed Auto AC Evaporator Temperature Sensor

27 September 2021
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Most of the auto air conditioner models have a sensor or switch for sensing temperature. It comes as part of the car's air conditioner system and detects the temperature of the AC evaporator. You will find the switch right next to the evaporator for accessibility. It monitors the temperature of the evaporator and reacts when the car experiences an adverse change. Your car AC will start malfunctioning when you have problems with the evaporator temperature sensor. Read More …

Getting To The Bottom Of A P0172 Or P0175 Code

9 August 2021
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Your vehicle's check engine light is the most visible part of a relatively complex diagnostic system. When the light illuminates, it means your car's computer is storing one or more trouble codes. These codes can help you locate the problem, but they aren't always crystal clear to non-gearheads. One common trouble code is P0172, but what does this cryptic series of characters mean for your car? Deciphering P0172 and P0175 (System Too Rich) Read More …

About Me
what to car sounds mean?

I have an older car that is constantly in the shop. Yes, this car does cost me a bit each year to keep on the road, but what I pay in repairs is much less than what I would pay to buy a new car. I have learned a lot over the years of driving this car. I have found out what just about any sound means and what it takes to make those repairs. If your car is making a funny noise or two, take a minute to read through my blog. You might find that I have already experienced that sound and have provided you a solution to the problem.