As a car enthusiast and weekend mechanic I have written on a wide variety of Car Tires, and Car Buying topics.
Here is a brief sample of some the articles:
More Car Industry Vehicle Recalls
As if the auto industry needed any more bad news, vehicle powerhouse GM has now recalled 1.3 million cars because of a possible power steering failure. The recall includes Chevrolet and Pontiac models like the Cobalt, G5 and Pursuit. The steering on these models won’t go out completely but can become difficult to steer if the power steering does give way. This recall comes at a time when American car manufacturers had a golden opportunity to get themselves back on top after the Toyota recall disaster.
A Step-By-Step Guide to Changing Your Car’s Fuel Filter
As gasoline moves from your gas tank to your engine, it passes through the fuel filter (FF). There are small particles in the gas that can clog your fuel injection system and wreak havoc within your engine.
4 Smart Tips For Increasing Your Vehicle’s Fuel Efficiency
One of the most compelling reasons to keep your car longer – rather than buying a new model – is that doing so is less expensive. An older vehicle may need occasional repairs, but that’s far less costly than the loss in value a new model suffers due to depreciation.
Repairing Versus Replacing Your Car’s Engine
Imagine: you climb into your vehicle, stick the key into the ignition, turn it, and hear… nothing. Or worse, you’re driving in the middle of the highway when you notice a sudden loss of power as everything grinds to a halt. Your engine has officially failed. And the cost of a new one is likely going to be high.
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