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Automotive Repair Blog: Tips, Facts, and Fixes

Monthly Archives: April 2021

Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

Vehicles and trucks use multiple types of fluids to ensure peak performance, and each fluid plays a specific role to ensure the smooth running of your car. For instance, engine oils lubricate the engine, transmission fluids lubricate and help in the transmissions, brake fluid is essential for the optimal functioning of the brake system, washer fluids clean the windshield, and gasoline runs the engine. Leaking fluid is evidence that there is a problem with your vehicle, and it needs urgent mechanical attention and repairs. Any auto fluid can leak, causing environmental pollution, and the technicians in an auto repair shop can identify them according to their color, odor, or texture. Therefore, you may know that your car is leaking through observing different colors and odors of fluids under your vehicle that includes: Light brown fluid When you notice a light brown color around the puddle, tire, or under the master brake cylinder, it is probable that the bra ... read more

Top Signs Your Vehicle Needs Brake Service

Top Signs Your Vehicle Needs Brake Service

The brake system is one of the most important components of your car and it's often overworked. An average driver can use brakes about 75,000 times annually. Regular maintenance is necessary because failed brakes can lead to accidents which damage cars permanently or cause physical injuries to drivers and passengers. Therefore, you should always lookout for any signs of brake failure to avoid increased repair costs and total car breakdowns and keep you and your passengers safe. It can be difficult to pinpoint if you need a brake service especially if you are driving an old or used car. Here are some of the signs that you'll require to visit an auto shop and make a request for brake servicing solutions. Noises When You Apply the Brake Pedal When you step on the brakes, you're likely to hear grinding or squealing sounds. It can also happen when you're reversing your car. This could be a sign that your brake pads are old and need to be replaced ... read more