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Signs Your Tires Need to Be Replaced

As your car rolls along down the street, the tread on your tires wears. Eventually, the tread wears down to a point where the tires need to be repaired because they can no longer grip the street and can cause you to slide. However, the timeframe for when this occurs varies based on many factors. The road conditions you drive in, the size and type of tires you have, how often you rotate the tires and the weather elements that the tires are subjected to can all cause the tires to wear faster. Because of this, it is important to know what signs indicate that your tires need to be replaced. Here are a few of those signs.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Having Your Car's Air Conditioner Recharged

Depending on where you live and how often you drive your car, you can expect to have to recharge the air conditioning system every three to five years. If you have never had this done before, or it has been some awhile, you may have some questions about this. Here are a few of the questions you may have about having your car's air conditioner recharged.

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3 Signs Your Car's Air Conditioner Has a Leak

Summer is here, and that means that your car can get very hot inside. Fortunately, there is an air conditioning system to help you stay cool while driving home from work or taking your kids to their activities. However, if your car's air conditioner is not working as it should, there are numerous reasons why. One of those reasons is that the unit has a leak. Here are a few of the warning signs that your automobile's air conditioner may be looking refrigerant or Freon.

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Signs Your Brake Line May Be Going Bad

Your brake line plays an important role in the function of your car. The lines supply your brake system with brake fluid. If you don't have brake fluid, you can step on the brake pedal, and your car may not come to a stop. As such, you want to take notice of any potential problems with your brake line. Here are a few of the signs that indicate that your brake line may be going bad.

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Engine Repair Versus Engine Replacement: What You Should Know

Engines are one of the biggest expenses you can have with your car. They are both costly to repair and replace. However, if yours has an issue, and you want it repaired, you may find yourself debating whether the engine should be repaired or replaced. Here are a few of the factors that an auto mechanic looks at when determining which is the better option for your vehicle.

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Get an AC Recharge Before the Summer

If your AC hasn't been working as well as it should, you might want to invest in an AC recharge. An AC recharge is a simple and fast process that recharges the refrigerant connected to your air conditioning system, leading to better, cooler air throughout your car.

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3 Common Brake Noises and What They Mean

It's easy to take the brakes on your car for granted. We all do it. You have faith that your brakes will be there when you need them. In fact, the only time most people even think about their brakes is when they're not performing properly. Brake noise is one of the most common complaints repair shops receive. And while brake noise may be annoying, it's a sign that something is not right and should be looked at immediately. If your brakes make a noise when in use, schedule an appointment today.

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Is a Tire Patch or Plug Better?

If you have run over a nail or other type of road debris, you may suddenly have a flat tire. But before you replace the tire, you should check to see if it can be repaired. Many times, if the puncture wound is small and clean, the hole can be repaired and you can avoid the costs associated with having to buy a new tire. There are two ways to repair holes in tires. This includes a patch or a plug. Here is a bit of information about both of these tire repair options and which is better in various situation.

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What Is Done During an Automotive Tune Up?

It is recommended that you have a tune up in your car if your car begins to run poorly or sluggishly. This may leave you wondering what exactly is done when this automotive maintenance process is performed. Here are a few things that occur when your car is given a tune up by an automotive specialist.

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Do Rotors Always Need to Be Resurfaced When You Are Having Your Brakes Done?

When your brakes are screeching or squealing, you likely need to have your brakes done. Typically when your brakes are done, the pads or shoes are replaced. In some instances, your rotors may also need to be resurfaced or replaced. If it seems like a shop is recommending you resurface or replace your rotors every time the shoes are replaced, you may find yourself wondering if this is normal. Here are a few questions you may have about whether your rotors need to be resurfaced every time your brakes are done.

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