How To Repair A Damaged Aluminum Car Part

If you have been in an auto accident, you may have some dented aluminum siding on your car. Getting a good repair for aluminum can take some effort, but here are the main steps to follow.  Understand that Aluminum is Tricky to Repair Aluminum is often tricky to repair, since it has no "memory". Some other metals, such as steel, will often try to retain their original shape and go back to their pre-collision shape. [Read More]

Four Problems That Are A Disaster Waiting To Happen With Brakes

There are a lot of maintenance tasks that you need to do to your car. Some of the things you want to do include changing the oil and tune ups. The brakes are another important part of your car, which if the need for repairs go unnoticed, can be a disaster waiting to happen. Here are some things that you will want to know about caring for your brakes to ensure your safety: [Read More]

Critical Maintenance Steps To Take For Your Vehicle

As a car owner, the last thing you want to have to deal with is an expensive repair. In order to limit these types of repairs, you can take these maintenance steps. Check the Transmission Fluid The transmission fluid is a slippery lubricant that is designed for all of the moving parts in the transmission. It's an important fluid that regularly needs to be checked. Open up your car's hood, locate the transmission dipstick and take it out. [Read More]

Three Reasons Your Air Conditioner May Not Be Working When Your Truck Is In Idle

During the hot days of summer, having a working air conditioning in your truck is important. If you notice your air conditioner is only blowing cold air when the truck is in motion, but not when it is in idle, there are many things that could be wrong with the vehicle. The following guide walks you through a few things to check to try to troubleshoot what is really wrong with your vehicle's air conditioning. [Read More]