Why Is My Car Burning Oil?

Why Is My Car Burning Oil?

If your car is burning oil, it may be doing so inside the engine block or or outside of the engine block depending on where your oil leak is. In most scenarios where a car is "burning" oil it is because a component meant to be oil tight is no longer functioning...

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Why Is My Engine Knocking?

Why Is My Engine Knocking?

If your engine is making a knocking noise, it is nothing to ignore. Engine knocking usually comes from an issue relating to the burning of fuel. It might be from bad spark plugs, a poor mixture of fuel and air, fuel that is too low octane, and a handful of other...

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Signs Your Car Needs An Alignment

Signs Your Car Needs An Alignment

A tire alignment is an important maintenance task you should do every 6,000 miles and as needed. Emphasis on AS NEEDED. If you drive like a bat out of hell, and like to run over curbs you'll likely need one a lot sooner than that. I'm sure most of you drive like...

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Signs Your Car Battery Is Going Bad

Signs Your Car Battery Is Going Bad

No one wants to get caught with a battery that is so dead that the car won't start. Not only is this inconvenient to your day, but having to call roadside assistance can be expensive and having a friend come out and jump your car should be avoided if possible....

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Why Is My Car Overheating Even Though It Has Coolant

Why Is My Car Overheating Even Though It Has Coolant

The cooling system is responsible for keeping the engine temperatures of your car at a low enough level that the mechanical parts won't melt. Gasoline fires burn at 1733 degrees F and the optimal car temperature is around 200 degrees. A car without a proper cooling...

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