Tips On How To Jump-Start Your Car

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Learning the skill of jump-starting a car using another car's battery can come in handy during an emergency, where emergency in this case refers to the failure of your car battery. A car battery may succumb to failure due to various reasons, including corrosion on the terminals, a bad alternator, and old age. When it comes to age, a car battery should be able to work for around 3 to 5 years.
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What You Need To Know About Tyre Replacement

Posted on: 6 October 2015

Many drivers often remember to fix everything making clanking sounds under the hood of the car, but forget one crucial component: the tyres. Tyre replacement is also a crucial step in car maintenance. So vital is tyre replacementthat it can make the difference between life and death. Many fatalities on roads are linked to tyre failures. When do you know it's time to do tyre replacement? The first sign that will point you towards tyre replacement is when you notice a decline in car performance.
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Problems That Could Make You Require Automotive Air Conditioning Repairs

Posted on: 6 October 2015

One of the most common problems that can cause you to require automotive air conditioning and radiator repairs is overheating. When your vehicle's engine keeps running hot, it typically means that either the radiator fan or the air conditioning condenser is malfunctioning. This will have a negative effect on your both these components. However, other problems could crop up and these would require you to get air conditioning repairs. Leaks from your refrigerant or coolant
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5 Car Smells That Alert You to a Problem

Posted on: 30 September 2015

Many problems that develop in cars usually provide warning signs before they reach a level when they affect the operation of the car. However, some car owners lack the ability to understand the "language" of the car so they miss those warning signs. Read on and discover what different smells alert you to. The Smell of Burnt Rubber This smell usually occurs when a drive belt has slipped and started rubbing against another moving component of the engine.
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