Three Warning Signs Of A Bad Clutch

For a manual transmission vehicle, having a properly functioning clutch is critical to switch gears. If your clutch is slipping or beginning to fail, you may end up in a bad spot while on the road. Your auto mechanic can help you with any repairs you need, but it's a good idea to know the warning signs so you can have the vehicle repaired as quickly as possible. Here are some of the warning signs you can look for. Read More 

Brake Expenses: Understanding What The True Expenses Are And Why

Brakes on your car are a necessity. Driving without brakes is almost always lethal or injurious to you and someone else. Yet, the cost of replacing your brakes can be quite daunting. You want to replace them, but financially speaking, you want to avoid the whole mess. The truth is, the expense with brakes is not with the parts themselves. It helps to understand what the true expenses are and why, and what you can do to lessen the expenses of brake services. Read More 

3 Telltale Signs Of A Blown Head Gasket Every Vehicle Owner Should Know

Deep in the engine of most vehicles is a simple looking gasket that has an extremely important job. This gasket is known as the head gasket because it is situated between the cylinder head and the primary engine block. If this gasket fails, it changes the rate of combustion and the flow of coolant through the engine, which means the engine can have severe issues with functioning as intended. Even though a blown head gasket is a fairly common woe for many vehicle types, especially those that are an older model, many drivers have no idea how to pinpoint this as the problem. Read More 

3 Signs Your Truck’s Diesel Engine Injector Is Failing

If your diesel truck has started acting up, you may wonder what could be wrong with it that could cause the issue. If so, look for the following three signs that your truck's diesel engine injector is starting to fail: Increased Crank Time When Starting the Truck When you turn the key in the ignition to start your truck, you usually expect it to turn over a couple times before the engine fires up. Read More 

Things That Can Cause Your Vehicle To Fail An Emissions Test

If you happen to live in an area that requires your vehicle to pass an emissions test each year along with the standard inspection, you will want to make sure that you are prepared for this. Should your vehicle fail the test, you will most likely have a limited amount of time to fix the problem before you will be charged again for the additional emission testings. Take a moment to review the following ways in which you will want to prepare your vehicle for the upcoming emissions test. Read More