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Two Indications Your Car May Be Ready For A Fuel Filter Replacement

Dirty fuel filters are a common problem on all cars, even those as sophisticated as BMWs. Yet many people still aren't sure how to recognize the signs that a fuel filter is nearing the end of its lifespan. If you would like to improve your ability to diagnose common automotive problems, read on. This article will teach you to recognize two common symptoms that a fuel filter needs to be replaced. Read More 

Two Options For Lifting Your Truck Without Changing The Suspension

Whether you're looking to give your truck the appearance of some lift or you just want to balance out the body, there are a few different ways to give your new ride a whole new look. In fact, there are two different options for altering truck bodies if you want to make a change without altering the suspension in any way. Leveling Things Out If you park your truck on level ground, you may notice that the front end sits just a little bit lower than the back. Read More 

How To Patch A Fiberglass Car Bumper

Car paint is bound to get scratched or rubbed off on certain points. Of course, the most common scratches happen on the bumper. Since the bumper is so often the point of impact, it is made out of fiberglass. First, fiberglass is used because it is more flexible than steel. Also, fiberglass is easier to repair. Car owners can usually patch small dings in a fiberglass bumper if they have the right equipment. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose A Car With A Diesel Engine

If you're like many people, you've probably mostly driven cars with gasoline engines. In fact, you may have never driven anything that uses diesel fuel before. Because of this, you've probably never even thought about purchasing a car with a diesel engine, but it isn't something that you should rule out. These are a few reasons why you might actually prefer a car with a diesel engine over a more typical gasoline-powered vehicle. Read More 

Why You Shouldn’t Roll Your Car Windows Down This Spring

If you are like some people, you might not use your car's air conditioning system often, or at all. However, there are a few good reasons why you should keep your windows rolled up and your air conditioner on this spring. Consider these things, and you might find that you want to visit an AC repair shop so that you can ensure that your car's air conditioning system works like it is supposed to as the weather warms up. Read More