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There are a few fluids that are vital to a vehicle, the most important one being oil. It keeps the moving parts in the engine lubricated, preventing excess friction and wear. Without oil, your engine would not be able to run very long. Oil is pumped in a loop through the motor to lubricate the motion of internal engine parts such as pistons, valves, crankshafts, and other vital engine components. Engine oil also absorbs heat
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You might not think much about what goes on when you press the brake pedal in your car. Behind the scenes, the brake booster amplifies the pressure from your foot and transfers it to the calipers via lines filled with hydraulic brake fluid. Like other fluids in your car, the brake fluid needs to be changed periodically. Over time, it loses its effectiveness thanks to its hygroscopic (tendency to attract and hold water) properties. Not
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Why Does my Car Shake When I Press the Brakes There’s no more unsettling sensation behind the wheel than feeling your vehicle shaking. Whether it be at idle, under acceleration, or when braking, you know there’s something off with your car.  There are many reasons this could be happening under braking, some being more serious issues than others. While you should always bring your car to a technician if your car feels even remotely unsafe,
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From strange noises, low power, and lights on the dash, there are many ways your car can alert you to a problem. Thick, white smoke billowing out of the tailpipe is a sign that something is very wrong and shouldn’t be ignored. Read on to learn more about the causes of white exhaust smoke, and the repairs associated with stopping it. White Smoke vs Condensation Most vehicles will emit a small amount of white “smoke”
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Any off-road enthusiast knows that bigger tires are one of the best bang-for-the-buck upgrades to improve ground clearance and off-road capability. Large tires also make your truck, Jeep, or SUV look more aggressive. 35-inch tires are a popular upgrade size. 35s will get your truck an additional inch of axle clearance over 33-inch tires and provide improved traction while wheeling. Upgrading to 35’s is not always easy. A lift and other modifications may be needed
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