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The 8 Most Common Warning Lights by

We all have the tendency to freak out when the unexpected happens, and nothing is more unexpected than when something on your dash lights up. To ease some of that panic, we’ve curated a guide to the most common dash warning lights, what they mean, and what steps you can take to keep your vehicle in top running condition.

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How To: Checking your Power Steering Fluid by

Have you found that your car or truck just isn’t as easy to steer as it normally is? Before jumping to major repairs, check your power steering fluid level. Here’s an easy step by step to walk you through it.

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Cleaning Up Oil Spills by

You’re finishing up an oil change. Everything is picked up, fresh oil is in the vehicle, and you’re ready to roll your ride off the ramps. You creep your car backward – a slight bounce as your tires hit the concrete – and that’s when you see it. There’s a pool of oil the size of your hand, maybe bigger. Don’t panic. People spill oil in their driveways all the time, and we’ve put together this handy guide to help you keep your driveway or garage from forming a nasty stain.

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Brake System Basics by

You step on the brake pedal, and your vehicle comes to a halt. Brake pads – it’s a term that might sound familiar to you, but you’re not quite certain how it all works together.

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Air Filters - Change them! by

If you’re smelling something musty coming from your air vents, that means you’re breathing in whatever your filters have caught. To protect your vehicle – and your family – change your air filters regularly.

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Battery Selection by

How do you pick out the correct battery for your car or truck? To do so, there are two major factors to consider.

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How To: Replacing your cap and rotor by

Replacing – or, at the very least, inspecting – your distributor cap and rotor is an essential part of any tune up. Both the cap and rotor are responsible for distributing electricity to your spark plugs. This means your cap and rotor undergo a lot of wear. Avoid misfires by replacing them at the first sign of wear.

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