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Monthly Archives: August 2017

Facts about Radiator Repair and Replacements!

Facts about Radiator Repair and Replacements!

Getting you home - a Simple, Temporary Radiator Repair Car repairs are often blatantly obvious, but there is one repair which will sneak up on you at the most inopportune time - your car's radiator. Among the items, you should have in your trunk for just this type of emergency is a couple gallons of water, coolant and radiator sealant. Any of the large selection of brands will do, they all work in the same way to make a temporary radiator repair. Before starting, disconnect the battery if your radiator has electrical connections. Make sure the engine is cool enough to take off the pressure cap on the radiator. Pour the radiator sealant directly into the radiator. Follow the directions, but the usual amount is a full bottle. Do not drain any of the coolants from the radiator, but rather add radiator fluid until the level reaches the manufacturers recommended amount Start ... read more

When Should you get an Oil Change for your Car?

When Should you get an Oil Change for your Car?

When should you get an oil change is a question young drivers often ask. Although there is a debate going on in the auto industry on the amount of time in between oil changes, all would agree that it is very important to auto service to take care of. Some mechanics claim that the typical driver should have their oil changed every 3,000 miles or every three months, whichever comes first. However, with advanced technology in today's newer vehicles, many mechanics say that such frequent changes are too often, and could really go for 5,000 to 10,000 miles in between oil changes. These intervals, for the most part, are just ideas. The truth about the subject is that it really depends on the type of driving you are doing. Are you driving in the heat? Are you driving a lot in town or on the highway? Are the roads dusty, salty, muddy ... read more

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