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Five Car Steering Issues You Should Never Ignore

Friday, January 15, 2016 2:43:22 PM Africa/Lagos

Car maintenance is not cheap and can also be time-consuming.  Reason for which car owners tend to ignore and procrastinate when they hear little creaks and wobbles in their car.  At times, they even get accustomed to the noise and motion and learn to live with it.  Very few problems related to your car should be ignored.  What starts out as a minor issue, if ignored, could develop into a very expensive issue.  Worst yet, the problem can be a potentially life-threatening issue for the driver and also for other motorists.  To keep your car in “tip-top” shape, every minor steering noise or wobble should be looked into immediately by a qualified automobile expert or mechanic! 

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How to Change the Alternator Fuse on a 2007 Toyota Camry

Thursday, November 5, 2015 7:11:03 PM Africa/Lagos

If you have crossed the positive and negative terminals when replacing your car battery or have forgotten to disconnect the battery terminal when replacing the alternator and accidentally caused a spark, chances are your alternator fuse was “blown”.  When this happens the car will not start and other gauges in your instrument panel may not function!  While most fuses are easily accessible and replaceable, see the blog on Replacing your Car Fuse, the alternator fuse is a little difficult to access and replace.  Hopefully this article will save you some money and time.

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How to Check for Car Fluid Levels

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 6:18:57 PM Africa/Lagos

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of fluids and cars is fuel or petrol.  Fuel happens to be the most commonly check fluid as there is a gauge that warns you when the level is low.  Other fluids are just as important and need our attention even though they do not deplete as fast as fuel.  Failure to check these fluids could have an adverse effect on the car, and in some cases, your life.  

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Car Components with the Most Wear and Tear!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 6:16:35 PM Africa/Lagos

Every time you use your car, it goes through a lot of wear and tear. However, there are some parts of your car that specifically experience a greater amount of wear and tear, and need to be checked and replaced often. How can you check if any of these parts are worn out and need replacement?

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Components of the Car Suspension System

Thursday, October 8, 2015 7:21:00 PM Africa/Lagos

The suspension system in a vehicle is one of the most vital components of the vehicle today. Shock absorbers in suspension systems as you know them today were first introduces to cars in 1901, and have since become an indispensable part of all automotive. What exactly is the suspension system in cars? What is the system made of? And how can you ensure that your suspension system is working well? Read on to understand more about this essential car system.

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Changing Your Car's Fuse

Friday, September 11, 2015 2:02:44 PM Africa/Lagos

If an electrical component fails to work in your car, the first thing to check is your fuse box and the fuse that is linked to that component.  Although fuses seem to break every now and then, they have been designed to be like that. The fuses can break when the circuit has excessive electricity flowing through it so that fire and other serious damage to your car can be prevented. The good news is that fuses are not expensive at all and you can easily get them replaced. It is recommended to always have some spare fuses available for those emergency situations.

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Why is My Car Consuming so Much Fuel?

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 12:34:26 PM Africa/Lagos

Cars form an essential part of many lives. Some use it to drive to work, others for just leisure, and some drive them for a living. So when a car starts consuming too much fuel, it can leave people flustered. When a car uses more fuel than you think it should, it is generally time to check for one of the following things:

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DIY Project: How to Replace Your Shock Absorber

Thursday, August 27, 2015 2:10:48 PM Africa/Lagos

If you are feeling that your car ride is not as comfortable to drive as it once was, your shock absorbers may be worn out. It is best to get the checking and replacement done by a professional, but it can easily be done by an amateur mechanic. This guide will help you through the steps of changing your car's shock absorbers. 

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3 Reasons Why Shock Absorbers Should be Replaced Before It's Too Late

Thursday, August 27, 2015 1:49:21 PM Africa/Lagos

Whenever we think of a smooth drive, we usually associate it with an engine that has a reputation of performing well and its horsepower. However, very few of us really aware that a powerful engine is practically useless if the driver does not have the required ability to control his or her car. This is the primary role of shock absorbers.

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How to Know if your Brakes Need to Be Changed or Fixed

Thursday, July 2, 2015 1:41:10 PM Africa/Lagos

Brakes are the most important safety feature in your car. However, they are vulnerable to wear and tear or damage just like any other part in your car. That's why it is necessary to keep an eye on them. Failed brakes are a major cause of accidents, so, particular attention should be given to early detection of braking problems! 

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