Common Causes Of A Failed Transmission

Posted on: 28 July 2016

Transmissions are one of those car parts that's notoriously costly to fix. So knowing how to avoid transmission maintenance is valuable for protecting your wallet. Here are some of the common issues that can lead to transmission trouble.  Overheating the Vehicle.  Your transmission should never reach over 200 degrees. This can cause the part to malfunction and the oil to quickly evaporate, leaving the parts to rub together and cause damage.
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Truck Repair-The What, When And Why Of Wheel Alignment

Posted on: 25 July 2016

There are several reasons why an alignment is an important part of truck maintenance, including maximizing the lifespan of the tires. When the tires do not wear evenly, they will eventually need to be replaced and in extreme situations, unaligned wheels can put stress on the ball joints or axles. What is a wheel alignment? A wheel alignment ensures the wheels of your truck are parallel to one another and perpendicular to the ground.
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Tips for Selecting a Repair Shop

Posted on: 21 July 2016

Waiting until the last minute to seek out an auto repair shop can be costly and very time consuming, and the stress of the situation can easily scare you into seeking the repairs you need without fully vetting a shop. However, by taking your time, you can find a car repair shop with very affordable services that offers not only quality repairs but also excellent service and warranty protection. So when searching for a new repair shop, keep the following in mind.
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Customizing Your Utility Trailer For Flea Market Sales

Posted on: 18 July 2016

When you get serious about selling at flea markets, you will need an organized and safe method of transporting the goods that you sell, as well as the tables and things you need to set up. Enclosed utility trailers make the best flea-market transports. Adding a few modifications will make things even easier for you. Here, you will learn a few of those modifications to consider. Table Compartment The tables that you set up on have to be the first things out and the last things put in the trailer.
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