3 Signs Your Speed Sensor Is Going Bad

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Speed sensors are an integral part of your vehicle. They tell the computer how fast your vehicle is going. Without them, you wouldn't have any idea what speed you are going. While they might work great most of the time, there is always the chance that something could go wrong with them and they stop working. If that sensor stops working properly, it could end up causing a number of problems.

12 February 2016

Three Tactics That Can Extend The Life Of Your Vehicle's Tires

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Knowing a reputable automotive shop in your city gives you peace of mind as a driver. While it's ideal to be able to get a good deal on new tires and have them installed by a professional, it's also beneficial to employ some tactics with your current tires to extend their life. The manner in which you drive plays a key role in determining how long your tires will last and in what condition.

4 February 2016

3 Best DIY Auto Improvements To Give Your Car Better Performance In An Hour

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Giving your car better performance may be something that you want to do. Adding custom parts and mechanical improvements can be costly. You may want to start with simple upgrades that you can do yourself in a short period of time. Things like adding air intake and exhaust improvements can be completed quickly and easily by any DIY enthusiast. Here are some of the best improvements for you to do:

21 January 2016

Four Signs Your Rotors Are Bad

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When it comes to worn rotors, the signs of a problem aren't quite as loud and blaring as worn pads. However, as one of the most vital components of a braking system, worn rotors can cause your stopping power to decline significantly and put you at an increased risk for an accident. Make sure you know how to recognize the signs your rotors might need to be replaced. Ridges A quick touch of your rotors might also alert you of a problem.

22 December 2015

You Are Only As Safe On The Road As Are Your Tires

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Four small patches of rubber touching the road keep you safe while you drive your car. When your tires fail, you're at risk of having an accident. Here is how your tires work to keep you safe and how to monitor them for problems. Tire Construction and Safety Your tire is made up of layers of rubber, fiberglass and metal. These layers allow the tire to keep its shape while holding onto the road.

23 November 2015

5 Ways To Protect Your Leather Furniture

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After saving up for new leather furniture and picking out just the right set, you want to protect it and keep it looking beautiful for a long time to come. If not taken care of properly, your leather furniture will fade and even crack over time. Luckily, there are things you can do to protect your leather furniture and keep it looking new: 1. Use a Leather Protector Right off the bat, you should purchase a leather protector cream, perhaps from the store where you purchased your furniture.

6 November 2015

Is Your Car Stuttering Or Pulling? A Simple Guide To Find Out Why

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Maintaining a car can be time consuming as well as costly. But the upkeep of your vehicle is still important, as it might prevent a compartment from completely failing. Thankfully, most cars reveal signs or show symptoms of an issue, such as stuttering or pulling, and the following guide may help you find out why your car is displaying these signs.  Spark Plugs Spark plugs give off an electrical spark that initiates combustion for your engine, making your spark plugs essential in the amount of power you receive.

23 October 2015