3 July 2018
There is no clear rule that defines when you should replace your clutch. Unlike tires or oil, it is difficult to put a mileage limit on the lifespan of a clutch. Therefore, it is important to know how to spot the signs of a clutch that is starting to fail. Look out for these symptoms of a failing clutch as you drive. 1. Slipping Clutch When you attempt to accelerate on a steep hill, you might notice a worn out clutch starting to slip.
25 April 2018
The repairs you make on your car or truck should last for years, but only if you take the time, and invest the needed money, to get those repairs done right. A few simple mistakes when addressing needed vehicle repairs can actually wind up costing you more money over time. Note what this means, so you can avoid these mistakes yourself, and ensure your car or truck is always in good condition.
25 January 2017
When you get into your car and turn the key in the ignition, you may notice that your dashboard lights up like a Christmas tree. After a second or two, the lights should turn off. From then on, the lights will only be illuminated when individual systems within the car are in operation or if a component on your vehicle has malfunctioned. One light you need to pay particular attention to is the check engine light.
17 November 2016
Your braking system is an essential safety feature of your car. It allows you to slow down when you are accelerating the vehicle, and it also lets you stop when you need to. Therefore, you should not take any chances when it comes to ensuring that your brakes are functioning properly at all times. Here are a number of tell-tale signs your car may be experiencing brake trouble and should be taken to the mechanic shop.
14 September 2016
The suspension system is one of the most important parts of any load-bearing trailer, providing cushioning against bumps and dips in the road to provide a smooth towing experience and protect whatever cargo your trailer is carrying. However, you have a couple of options when it comes to the kind of suspension system your trailer uses, and traditional reliable leaf springs are giving way to more compact torsion springs for many trailer applications.
12 August 2016
If you are planning on taking a long road trip soon, there are some things you need to do first. The following tips cover everything from making sure your car can handle the trip to keeping your passengers occupied. Make Hotel Reservations Ahead of Time For the longer road trips, you are going to need to make stops so you can sleep overnight without having to camp out in your vehicle.
14 July 2016
If you have purchased a dirt bike, you need to ensure that you know how to shift gears. This is because incorrect shifting of the gears can lead to the premature wear and tear of the clutch mechanism. This in turn results in unnecessary clutch repairs, which could prove to be expensive over time. Therefore, it would be prudent to practice shifting gears on your dirt bike before you can start riding it on a regular basis.
22 June 2016
You rely on your vehicle to get you to work or school, run errands, and go on dates; what would you do if it broke down? It is important that you take really good care of your car to help it last as long as possible, which you can do with the following tips. Check the Fluids Regularly The fluids in your car are a lot more important than you might think.
17 May 2016
So, you've just finished topping up your truck, only to realise that you've put in the wrong type of fuel. Whether you've added diesel to your petrol vehicle or petrol to your diesel, this is a serious problem that can necessitate extensive and costly repairs, but the negative effects can be minimised by taking the steps below. 1. Don't Start It Up First thing's first: Do not start up your vehicle after you have noticed that you've put in the wrong type of fuel.
10 May 2016
A cylinder head is a part of the cylinder where the piston exerts pressure to compress the gases for combustion. You can detect problems with your car cylinder by the odour it produces. A strong sweet odour means that the coolant is leaking into the cylinder. Grey smoke also points towards a cylinder problem. If you're thinking of replacing it, then here are a number of tips to make the process seamless.