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So Why Does Your Car Need an Oil Change?

Nothing can be more annoying than having to get your oil changed, but there are several reasons why doing so is important. Keeping your vehicle running efficiently is crucial, with changing the oil being a priority when it comes to keeping it running at peak performance. Here are some reasons why changing your oil is so important:

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Get Your Car Fixed Right the First Time

Many people are tempted to do their own car repairs in order to save money on the labor costs associated with a real mechanic. While this may work out well for simple repairs, it's not a good idea for major vehicle systems or those related to safety. Mistakes in these areas can lead to engine troubles that leave a person stranded, brakes that don't effectively stop the car, and more. Here are a few reasons a professional car mechanic gets better results:

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What Happens if You Don’t Change Your Oil Regularly?

Probably the most common maintenance stop for any vehicle is an oil change. Depending on the make, model, and age of your vehicle, oil changes may be required fairly frequently in order to keep your vehicle in good working condition. Though, with our busy schedules, it can be hard to make time for an oil change. So what really happens to your car if you do not regularly change the oil?

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The Anatomy of Vehicle Brakes

We rely on our cars day in and day out to get us to work or school. Trusting that our vehicles are in good working order not only provides safety for ourselves and loved ones, but gives us a sense of security knowing our vehicle is reliable. A good braking system is pivotal to owning a safe car. Below, we examine the different types of braking systems and the inner components to each.

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Garage Stains: What leaks under vehicle means

Garage stains are like tea leaves. They leave secrets behind for people to find. A little bit of research and detective work leads to different conclusions depending on color, texture, or where the stain is under the vehicle. Oil change shops are ideal for giving the information to in case of the wrong conclusion and end up with a full transmission replacement trying to fix it DIY style.

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Engine Ears: What are the warning sounds an engine emits?

Driving down the road and something does not sound right. The engine tells the owner a lot through the sounds it makes. Engine repair is rarely cheap. Listening to what a vehicle has to say through the sounds is of great consequence.

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Preventive Maintenance for Your Radiator

Like all other auto parts, the radiator in your vehicle requires maintenance and care to perform as it should for several years. The radiator’s primary function is to keep the engine cool so that it does not overheat.

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Improve Your Car’s Air Conditioning Performance With a Recharge

Now that the temperature is finally warming up a bit, it’s the perfect time to prepare your car for the warm summer months. You can start with a simple air conditioning recharge to boost your air conditioning system. A recharge service consists of connecting your car's AC system to a machine, which vacuums all the old refrigerant and oil from the system, and then refills it to an adequate level.

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You Car’s Strange Noises Explained

Cars make many noises as you’re driving down the road. While some of the sounds are perfectly normal, others should warn you that there is something wrong. A trained AA Auto Tech car mechanic can identify any weird noises in your car and tell what is wrong with it.

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4 Signs Your Engine Needs to be Replaced

Without proper care and maintenance, your car’s engine will deteriorate quickly. If you add a lot of miles to your car throughout the week, the engine will die even faster. All of that wear and tear will add up over time and bring the engine to a quick death. When the engine reaches this point, we may need to replace it with a new engine.

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