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    • Car Fuse Check

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      19 Dec, 18

      Your car has several fuses that allow all its features and components to work properly. A fuse is an electrical safety device that is designed to provide protection from over …

    • Car Fueling

      How Does a Fuel Pressure Regulator Work?

      02 Dec, 18

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    • Upset Woman Driver

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      If you have ever driven a manual transmission vehicle, you know the different sounds that the engine makes concerning how much gas you are giving it. There is often a …

    • Car Wheel Bearings

      The Importance of Your Car’s Wheel Bearings

      28 Apr, 18

      Auto mechanics all over the country take advantage of the public’s limited knowledge about automotive mechanics and engineering. Many drivers assume that their mechanic knows more about the subject of …

    • Flat Car Tire Repair

      Easy Tips to Repair a Flat Tire

      02 Jan, 18

      It isn’t easy keeping up with auto maintenance, and sometimes even despite our best efforts, we still wind up on the side of the road broken down. One of …

    • Car Battery Change

      Signs That You Need to Replace Your Car’s Battery

      27 Oct, 17

      Because all cars rely on a complex system of inter-working parts to function properly, all cars experience issues with various components at one point or another. Symptoms of car issues

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