Truck Repairs: Glaring Symptoms of Fuel Filter Problems

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As the name implies, the fuel filter is the component in your vehicle that functions to ensure that there are no impurities passed on from your fuel to the fuel injectors. When your fuel filter is functioning at optimum, you can rest assured that your engine is receiving pure fuel, keeping it free from any foreign contaminants that could impede on its performance. Nevertheless, just as other vehicle components, your fuel filter is susceptible to problems, which could result into an assortment of issues with your vehicle.

21 March 2017

Troubleshooting Common Problems You'll Have With an Automatic Transmission

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Your car's automatic transmission may last for many years without ever failing or seizing up. However, the transmission will need some maintenance and repairs over time, and getting these done quickly and as soon as you notice a problem will help ensure that it does last as long as possible. Note a few common problems you might experience with your car's automatic transmission so you know what to expect when it begins acting up.

17 March 2017

Stuck in Your Driveway? Three Things to Check to Try and Get Moving Again

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Something always seems to go wrong when you're in a hurry. Maybe you're late when trying to pick the kids up from school, or trying to get to the bank before it closes. So perhaps it's not surprising that you have jumped into the car, turned the key, and nothing has happened. What next? Where do you begin when trying to figure the problem out? Narrowing It down It's likely that an electrical issue is causing you to be static, rather than mobile.

7 March 2017

Diff Repairs: Signs of a Malfunctioning Engagement Switch

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An engagement switch is a component located at the clutch and will typically be found in vehicles with four-wheel drive capabilities. This component functions to control how the front axles of your vehicle engage. As such, when you turn on the switch, your vehicle's front differential is supposed to engage so that the front wheels of the car receive more power. Motorists with four-wheel drive vehicles will typically not pay much attention to this switch, as it tends to function without any incidence for a significant amount of time.

30 January 2017

Easy Tips to Avoid Engine Overheating

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You can avoid one of the most common causes of car breakdown by ensuring that your car engine does not overheat. By knowing a few simple facts about the secret inner workings of your car's cooling system, you can prevent this potentially serious situation. Follow this quick guide to ensure that you never face engine failure from overheating and avoid the frustration of expensive repairs. Know Your Cooling System Basics

8 September 2016