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Monthly Archives: July 2015

4 Signs Your Car Needs a Brake Repair

4 Signs Your Car Needs a Brake Repair

When you are going for a ride in your car, the one thing that serves as your safety guarantee is the car’s brakes. Therefore, it is essential that this part of the car be kept in pristine conditions at all times. To make sure the brakes in your car are working efficiently, you need to be on the lookout for the five ways your car tells you the brakes need a look in. The importance of brakes in a car means that they should be taken for repair immediately. Remember, all that stands between you and a runaway, speeding, accident-prone car are proper-functioning brakes. Here is a list of five ways your vehicle tells you the brakes are in need of repair. The Squeal Sound In Application The design of the brakes means that when they are low on maintenance, they tend to give out squeal or screech sounds when applied. Your car’s brakes have a minor mechanism that creates a shrill noise which only stops once the brakes have been applied. Beware, since this is the ve ... read more

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4 Signs of Transmission Trouble

4 Signs of Transmission Trouble

Trying to diagnose problems with the car’s engine is an impossible task for most of us. Let us make this task easier. With a little attention to detail and some useful tips, the process will become a lot simpler. What is the first thing you do when your stomach starts to hurt? You think of the last meal that you ate, i.e. you try to find out the reason for the pain. This process is exactly what you should do with your car. If you feel a change in the functioning of the car’s engine, it’s time to consider what the problem is and to try and get it fixed. This article will outline the five ways that you can judge a problem in your car’s engine transmission. A Burning Smell One of the easiest indicators of engine problems is the burning smell of transmission fluids. The smell of burning fluids is commonly an indicator of the overheating of the transmission unit. These fluids are tasked with not only keeping the moving part in the engine lubricated, but ... read more

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