What You Need to Know About Engine Misfires

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What You Need to Know About Engine Misfires

Engine misfires can be very frustrating, the symptoms from each vehicle varies but it’s generally described as a stumble or momentary reluctance in power delivery. An engine misfire can be continuous or temporary and most times, it will generate a check-engine code.

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Tips on Diagnosing a Faulty Steering Rack

Tips on Diagnosing a Faulty Steering Rack

With the complexities involved in the connection of your steering wheel with your front wheels, it may be difficult to find out the cause of the problem with a failing or faulty steering rack. Don’t know if it is the tie rod ends or the steering rack itself?

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Essential Fluids To Keep Your Vehicle Running Well

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Essential Fluids To Keep Your Vehicle Running Well

Vehicles need essential fluids in order to keep them running effectively and you can easily forget when you are busy, this article will remind you of which essential fluids you should be mindful of in order for you to care for you vehicle in the best way possible.  Read More

Whats The Difference Between A Service and MOT?

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Whats The Difference Between A service And MOT?

Motorists spend the most money on two areas of a routine vehicle maintenance, these are the Car Service and the MOT. Knowing the difference between a service and MOT can be important to saving yourself lots of money and one good way to get a discount is to book both services to be carried out on your vehicle at the same time.

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How To Check Your Car Battery

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How To Check Your Car Battery

If you ever need to test your car battery just follow these easy steps whilst using a car battery tester and you can ensure that your car is running smoothly and be confident if you need to test a car battery again in the future.

A good tip to begin is to test your car battery roughly 12 hours after your engine was switched off. This ensures that your battery has settled and can provide a more accurate reading when testing.

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