• Getting Your Vehicle Ready For Winter

    Car Care Tips from the Pros Prepare You for Fall and Winter Driving It’s foolhardy to head out in a poorly maintained vehicle in the dead of winter, of course, but even vehicle owners in temperate zones need a car care check as the days grow shorter, note the pros with the nonprofit National Institute

  • Gasoline Direct Injection Maintenance Is No Joke

    Gasoline Direct Injection Maintenance Is No Joke Gasoline Direct Injection engines go by many names including GDI, DI, FSI and more. Car manufacturers have introduced this engine technology in response to federal emissions and fuel mileage requirements. While these engines offer a lot of upsides as far as fuel economy, horsepower, lower displacement and fewer

  • Check Engine Light

    So you are driving down the road, and your check engine light comes on.
    There are basically 3 modes for the Check engine light.  Off, On, and Flashing.
    Light Off All Systems Checking out good! Check Engine Light on Solid

  • Only Getting 2 New Tires? Why they should go on the rear

    Should newer, better tires be installed on the front or the back wheels? If you have two tires with tread life remaining, and two that are toast and need replacing, the better tires should be installed on the back of the car – across the rear axle. The older tires with life remaining should stay

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