Signs That Your Car Needs a New Battery

Posted on: 15 January 2018

If your vehicle needs a new battery, never put off having the current one replaced, as a battery failure can mean not being able to start your car, and even having it suddenly fail when you're on the road. This is because many of the parts under the hood are operated by electrical power, not by the power of the engine; a dead or dying battery can then mean an inoperative fuel pump, cooling system, brakes, and the list goes on.
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Accessories You Need for Your Vehicle's Turbo-Charged Engine

Posted on: 6 October 2017

A turbo charger can give your vehicle's engine a boost of performance, so that you can achieve faster pickup from a stop, or even higher overall speeds. However, along with the turbo charger, you may want to consider a few accessories that can ensure this equipment runs properly and safely, and to ensure you get maximum performance from the turbo booster itself. Note a few of those accessories here, and then you can discuss them with a mechanic to decide if they might be needed under your car's hood.
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3 Leaf Spring Options for Your 4WD Vehicle

Posted on: 1 May 2017

Some owners of 4x4 vehicles may wish to change some of the stock suspension components on their vehicles in order to make those vehicles to be better able to handle the specific driving conditions that one would like the vehicle to handle. This article discusses some of the options that are available if you would like to install leaf-springs in the suspension system of that 4x4 vehicle. Multi-Leaf Packs Multi-leaf springs are also known as semi-elliptical springs.
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Signs That Your Car Needs a Brake Replacement

Posted on: 21 February 2017

Brakes are a vital system in your vehicle. They may not play a significant role in the movement of the car, but their place in stopping it on time gives them an indispensable place in your car's system. Additionally, they are some of the few components that facilitate your safety on the road because they help you stop the car in the face of emergencies. However, all brakes have a limited lifespan within which they can serve you efficiently.
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