Bent Rims Might Be The Cause Of Your Leaky Tires

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If you are starting to have problems with low air in some of your tires, you might suspect that the tires are bad. While this could be true, there is another reason that tires can allow air to escape. This reason involves dented rims. The rims on your tires are there for several purposes, but one important purpose is to seal the tires. If the rims are dented or damaged, they may not be doing their job.…

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Warning Signs That Could Indicate That Your Car Needs A Tune-Up

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How often your car needs a tune-up depends on the year, make, and model of the vehicle. If you drive an older car, you probably need to have it tuned up every 30,000 to 45,000 miles. However, newer model cars can typically run longer before a tune-up is needed. The mileage range for your specific vehicle will be listed in your owner’s manual. However, just because a specific mileage range is listed it doesn’t mean that your car won’t need a tune up before you reach the minimum recommended mileage.…

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How To Mitigate Some Of The Damage To Your Vehicle From Road Salt

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Road salt makes winter roads passable for vehicles and their owners, but an accumulation of excess road salt can be corrosive and cause damage to your vehicle. However, there are a few simple things you can do to minimize the damage.  Where should you look for road salt accumulation on your vehicle? Your air filters Your vehicles has two air filters for two distinct purposes. The engine air filters cleans the air that your engine needs for optimal gas consumption and performance, while your cabin air filter cleans the air that you breathe through the vents in your dash.…

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