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Signs It’s Time for a Fuel System Cleaning

Signs It’s Time for a Fuel System Cleaning

Maintaining your vehicle's optimal performance needs a variety of routine maintenance procedures. Routine maintenance, such as oil changes and fluid flushes, keeps your engine operating smoothly for years. However, the fuel system is a component that many people overlook when it comes to maintenance. No matter how cautious you are or how good your fuel is, fuel systems need maintenance. Impurities from gasoline and air may build up in your fuel system. This reduces engine performance and fuel economy and might cause difficulty starting or keeping the engine running. A fuel system cleaning service is an essential aspect of vehicle maintenance. It's time to get your fuel system cleaned if you've noticed any of the following: Deteriorating Gas Mileage Fuel efficiency decreases when your gasoline injection system gets blocked since it is meant to distribute fuel in exact quantities in order to improve engine performance. It's possible a clogged fuel injection system is ... read more

How to Protect Your Battery This Summer

How to Protect Your Battery This Summer

Cold weather can, indeed, harm your battery, but it is nowhere as dangerous as the summer heat. Now that summer is around the corner, we thought it would be best to share some of our important battery maintenance tips. Read on to learn more about how to protect your car battery from excess heat. Protecting Your Car Battery Regularly monitor your battery. It is important for car owners to open their hoods to regularly check for battery corrosion. Corrosion is leaking battery acid. Plus, you should be checking for proper battery positioning and tucked wires. The battery case should also be free of damage and not look swollen. Keep track of your last battery replacement. Most vehicle batteries can last up to three years. If your battery is approaching the end of its life, it's better to replace it sooner than later.  (On select batteries) check the water level in your battery. Some water needs to be upkept with water. To keep it cool and maintain its life, you must add an ade ... read more

What Are the Signs of Worn Shocks and Struts?

What Are the Signs of Worn Shocks and Struts?

Worn shocks and struts are a common problem for most vehicles. Many factors like driving over potholes, hitting curbs, or driving through rough terrain can cause them. Worn shocks and struts can potentially lead to other problems like a premature bearing failure that can lead to other issues, such as overheating, stalling, and engine damage. Replace your shocks and struts as soon as possible to avoid any further damage to your vehicle. Learn what to look for to get a quick diagnosis. What Are Shocks and Struts Worn shocks and struts are a part of the suspension system of an automobile. They wear out, and eventually, you will need to replace them. You can see the damage on the underside of vehicles and identify them with a broken or missing shock absorber. The design of car shocks is to absorb the vibrations from the road, which is why they are often called suspension springs. Struts are similar to shock absorbers in that they help with the suspension, but they also help with steering ... read more

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