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Your TPMS: What It Does And What It Means

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If you have a newer car with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS, then you may be wondering what it means when that dashboard light illuminates. While warning lights are designed to do just that, warn you of an impending problem, it doesn’t always mean that something is wrong with the tires in this case. Here is more information about your TPMS and what the warning light on your dashboard may indicate.…

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Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Used Car

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Have you been kicking around the idea of selling your car or trading it in towards a new one? Do you look at all of the dust, dirt and stains covering the interior and wonder how on earth you’ll find anyone to buy the car from you? Has the paint lost its luster? Here, you’ll find a few tips that’ll help you get the most out of your car so you have more to put towards a new one.…

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Why Buying A Used Fifth Wheel Is A Good Choice And Things To Consider

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There are so many choices in used fifth wheel RVs that you may have trouble making up your mind when you view them on the lot. Some have such nice features that it’s easy to get carried away and buy more RV than you need. When you’re looking at fifth wheels, consider your budget, ease of towing, features, and how you plan to use the RV so you find the right match.…

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Signs Your Car's Automatic Transmission's Fluid Is Low

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If you noticed that your car has started acting strangely whenever it tries to change gears, you may wonder if there could be a problem with your transmission. If so, look for the followings signs that indicate that your automatic transmission fluid’s level is getting low and is interfering with your car’s ability to shift gears. Time Delay Is Noticed When Going from Park to Drive or Reverse When your transmission fluid’s level is normal, you probably find that there is not much of a time gap in shifting when you take your car out of park to put it into either drive or reverse.…

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Why Fix Your Cracked Windshield Right Away

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Do you own a vehicle with a crack in the windshield? If so, you may be putting off this repair instead of having the problem fixed. While the crack may be something you can deal with right now, it’s a good idea to have it fixed right away for the following reasons. Windshields Provide Safety You may not be aware that a windshield is actually a structural component of your vehicle that helps keep everyone safe.…

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What Factors Affect The Cost Of Your Transmission Repair?

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Transmission is one of the most important parts in a vehicle. It helps your car drive by transmitting the power created by the shifting of gears in your car’s engine to the drive axle. The cost of transmission repair will depend on the following factors: Type of Transmission New transmissions are always going to cost more. Look for a shop that does rebuilt transmissions, where parts of your transmission are replaced as needed.…

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3 Tips To Keep Your Windshield In One Piece After Suffering A Crack

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Driving down the road and having an object slam into your windshield is a frightening experience, but it can be even more so if the impact puts a crack in your windshield. Obviously, you’ll want to do what you can to either repair the crack or get a full windshield replacement as soon as possible. But if you can’t make it to a repair shop right away, you’ll have to be cautious to ensure that the crack doesn’t get any worse while you are driving.…

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3 Tips For Visiting A Windshield Repair And Replacement Shop

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If you have a damaged windshield, then you are probably thinking about having it repaired or replaced. If this is the case, then you could be planning on visiting a windshield repair shop. If so, you could be wondering what to expect. These are a few tips that can help you with this visit: 1. Determine If It’s Safe To Drive First of all, you have to determine whether or not it is safe for you to drive your car to a windshield repair or replacement shop.…

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3 Signs You Should Replace Your Car's Muffler

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You might think about changing your tires and brakes, but you might have never really thought about replacing your car’s muffler. There are some cases in which it’s a good idea to do so. These are a few signs that it might be time for you to start thinking about replacing your vehicle’s muffler. 1. Your Existing Muffler Is Damaged First of all, if your existing muffler is damaged, such as if it’s showing signs of rust or if there is a hole in it, then you should have it replaced.…

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Forget Horsepower — Traction Is The Name Of The Game When It Comes To Drag Racing

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Modifying your car’s engine for more horsepower is definitely exciting. You get the thrill of being thrown back into your seat harder and harder every time you install a new power mod. Plus, upgrades to your engine’s intake and exhaust system give your car a mean sound. However, if your primary goal is to improve your quarter mile drag times, focusing solely on increasing your horsepower is a mistake. In fact, many cars will benefit much more at the drag strip from tire and suspension mods than they will from power adders.…

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