When you take your auto in for a service, the mechanic will use a variety of tools to diagnose and repair any issues. Here are four of the most common tools used by mechanics. 1. Pressure gauge A pressure gauge is an essential tool for any mechanic. The mechanic will use this tool to measure the pressure in a car's tires. Proper tire inflation is essential for ensuring a smooth ride, and the pressure gauge helps to ensure that the tires are inflated to the correct level.
10 November 2022
When you jump into an overheated car on a hot summer's day, the last thing you want is for warm air to be blown into your face. Yet this is exactly what you get if the condenser dies and does not play its part in your air conditioning system. So if you encounter this type of scenario, why has the condenser failed, and what can you do about it? How the System Should Work
10 August 2022
Do you interview your mechanic when you take your vehicle for repairs? Well, many car owners do not. They simply explain the vehicle's issue and await repairs. Nevertheless, interviewing your mechanic can give critical insights into the condition of your car. Besides, you could learn a few preventive maintenance tricks. This extract puts forward some questions to ask your mechanic as they repair your vehicle. 1. What Causes the Issue at Hand?
7 June 2022
If you've investigated a dashboard warning light on your car and found out that your automatic transmission is overheating, you may be wondering what's going on. You will need to go through a process of elimination to get to the bottom of it, and while a faulty or ineffective part may cause the issue, it may also have something to do with the way you drive. Where should you start?
14 March 2022
Has a well-meaning friend told you that you do not need to worry about an automatic transmission from a reliability point of view? They may have told you that you simply need to drain the fluid occasionally and replace it with new, and that will be perfectly okay. Yet this is not the best approach if you want your system to last as long as possible and avoid the risk of a breakdown in the future.
6 January 2022