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What Is Your ‘Check Engine’ Light Telling You?

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What Is Your ‘Check Engine’ Light Telling You? The Car Care Council reports that one out of 15 vehicles inspected at its National Car Care Month Vehicle Check-Up Events had its “check engine” light illuminated. This light is one of the most vital components to a properly functioning vehicle. It alerts the driver to a […]

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Audi Exhausts and Other Fine Parts

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Audi Exhausts and Other Fine Parts Long lurking in the shadow of two German luxury auto giants, Audi has quietly been gaining ground as sales of Mercedes vehicles continue to lag. Within the next few years, Audi is likely to surpass Mercedes and sneak up right behind BMW. These are heady days for Audi, but […]

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New Year, New Cars: Sports Car for the Year 2006

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New Year, New Cars: Sports Car for the Year 2006 Car enthusiasts never run out of the need for greater speed, performance, as well as appearance of sports cars. Even if cars improve year after year, these people just cannot stop asking for more. Nevertheless, car manufacturers do not run out of ideas to improve […]

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How to Obtain Better Gas Mileage

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How to Obtain Better Gas Mileage During the early years, ten dollars per barrel was just the price of oil, but nowadays, it has reached a staggering price that makes ten dollars per barrel prehistoric in proportion. Everybody has heard the news, (if really it’s considered news at all), that gasoline price is continually increasing, […]

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Catalytic Converter Hazards!

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Catalytic Converter Hazards! Your catalytic converter can be hazardous to your health…literally! Take care of your car and your catalytic converter will do what it is supposed to do: reduce pollution. Government auto emissions control legislation mandates that virtually all cars built or sold in the U.S. come equipped with a catalytic converter. A smart […]

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Tips to Help You Avoid A Vehicle Fire

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Tips to Help You Avoid A Vehicle Fire Car fires account for 17 percent of all reported fires and 13 percent of all civilian fire deaths, according to the National Fire Protection Association. More than two-thirds of vehicle fires result from mechanical or electrical failures or malfunctions, compared to only 3 percent from collisions or […]

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The Need For A Hybrid Minivan

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The Need For A Hybrid Minivan When your family is growing and your four-door sedan is becoming too small with the rest of the family (and the dog) inside, it only means one thing: you should replace your sedan with a minivan. Moreover, if you were someone who simply wants to do some good with […]

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The Cooling System

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The Cooling System The purpose of the engine’s cooling system is to remove excess heat from the engine, to keep the engine operating at its most efficient temperature, and to get the engine up to the correct temperature as soon as possible after starting. Ideally, the cooling system keeps the engine running at its most […]

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Oxygen Sensor Solutions

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Oxygen Sensor Solutions Virtually every car produced since the early 1980s contains a sensor that regulates oxygen flow to your engine. The oxygen sensor works by sending information to your vehicle’s engine management system to help your car fun efficiently as well as to reduce noxious emissions. When an oxygen sensor fails your vehicle will […]

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