2015

  • 3 Steps To Bleeding Your Brakes

    If you have noticed that your brake pedal feels squishy when stepping on it, it might be due to excess air in the brake lines. When this happens, you need to bleed the brakes. An auto repair shop can do it, or you can try bleeding them yourself. Here are the steps involved in bleeding brakes. Find the Brake Bleeder Screw The first step to bleeding your brakes is accessing them, particularly the brake bleeder screw.
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  • How to Make Sure You Get Your Money's Worth for Auto Body Repair Work

    Getting your car back on the road after an accident can be a challenge if you need serious auto body repair work due to a dented side, broken window, or other damage to your car. In order for the car to be ready for driving as soon as possible, you'll need to explore your options for auto body repair shops. Taking your time with the choice of a shop to get repair work done can help ensure that you get a fair deal and that your car is repaired without any issues.
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  • 2 Reasons To Hire A Mobile Mechanic If Your Alternator Fails

    When the alternator stops working in your car, your battery will not be able to charge. This means you will be stranded wherever you are until you get the alternator replaced. There are several options for fixing this part, but the easiest and best option is to call an auto repair shop that offers mobile services. Here are two reasons this may be the best option. You Know What Part The Car Needs
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  • How To Find Your Trusted Mechanic

    Owning a vehicle is a big responsibility that comes with much more cost than the initial purchase. One of the most important things you can do for your vehicle is keep up the maintenance and get things repaired as they occur. This will help prolong the life of your car, otherwise known as protecting your investment. However, how do you find the people you will be trusting with that investment.
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