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1. HOW TO INSPECT YOUR SERPENTINE BELT FOR WEAR
February 17, 2021


What does your alternator, water pump, air conditioner, and power steering have in common? On a modern vehicle, they’re all driven by a serpentine belt. What you don’t want is for this long strip of rubber to suddenly break while you’re on the road, as you’ll lose all of these driven accessories and possibly the engine itself. Capable of lasting 50,000 miles or more, today’s serpentine belts are long-lived. Nevertheless, a quick inspection from time to time can help save you plenty of headaches. Here’s how to check your car’s serpentine belt for wear and tear. LISTEN AND LEARN Serpe... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

2. 47RE Transmission Replacements: The Basics
February 15, 2021


Within each and every vehicle there is a transmission used to transfer the torque from the engine to the wheels. When it comes to transmissions, trucks are notorious for having stronger transmission components because they typically are expected to have excess demands put on them. Likewise, weaker transmissions often appear in smaller cars due to the lessened expected stress. The Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 came with the 47RE transmission and today we are going to discuss the differences between getting a rebuilt or remanufactured 47RE for your transmission replacement. You can check to see which ... (read more)

Author: Josh Hensley

3. BRAKE PADS: SELECTING, SHOPPING, AND INSTALLING
February 15, 2021


Are you ready to step up and tackle switching out the brake pads on your ride? Next to oil changes and tires, your brake pads will wear out the most often compared to other parts and systems on your vehicle. Do it yourself and save hundreds over the life of the car. BRAKE PADS AND THE PARTS OF YOUR BRAKING SYSTEM Brake pads are the first part of your brake system that will need to be replaced. They are designed to wear out over time and typically last about 40,000 miles. Your front pads will wear out faster than the rear pads. When the pad surface wears away under braking, it helps to di... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

4. REVIEW AND ROUNDUP FOR CARLSON BRAKE LINE KITS
February 12, 2021


Carlson remains one of the most recognizable names in brake line and hardware manufacturers. Which type of brake line kit is right for your car, truck, or SUV? The following review can help you make the best decision for your ride. CARLSON COPPER NICKEL BRAKE LINE KIT If you are seeking a new brake line that will resist corrosion even if you travel over salt-encrusted roads, a copper-nickel brake line kit will be the kit of choice. A little pricier than steel or PVF lines, the copper-nickel alloy pays you back over time as the brake lines will last much longer. Carlson Copper Nickel... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

5. WHAT ARE BRAKE CLIPS?
February 11, 2021


Have you ever wondered why brake clips are used in automotive braking systems? If so, you are not alone. Most people are aware of the general purpose of brake pads and rotors yet clips are often ignored. In fact, some people are completely unaware that clips are used in braking systems. Let’s take a look at what brake clips are and why they are so important for braking purposes. THE BASICS OF BRAKE CLIPS Brake clips are somewhat similar to shoelaces used on footwear. New sneakers are sold with brand new laces as they are necessary to ensure the sneakers remain on the feet exactly as desi... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

6. THE PROS AND CONS OF PVF BRAKE LINES
February 10, 2021


Your vehicle’s brake lines play a meaningful role in the functionality of your vehicle as well as your personal safety. If your vehicle needs new brake lines, you should give serious consideration to the PVF variety. Below, we provide a look at the benefits and potential flaws with PVF brake lines. PRO: DURABILITY A PVF brake line is covered in a polyvinyl fluoride coating during production. This protective coating is baked and subsequently cured to the steel line. The end result is a very durable coating that does not flake or chip and successfully guards the line against corrosion and ... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

7. Driving In Fog
February 02, 2021


The weather is a huge factor in road safety, no matter what type of vehicle you drive. However, when you’re a truck driver, weather shouldn’t be an inconvenience, it should be planned and accounted for, in every trip. When you think of bad weather, you’re probably thinking of icy roads and torrential rain, but there’s some equally dangerous weather conditions you should be aware of, before embarking on your journey. The last place you want to break down is in the middle of some fog, as you’re less visible to other drivers, who may not see your vehicle until it’s too late. It’s too dangerous to... (read more)

Author: SHLOMO ROSENBLUM

8. SHOULD BRAKE LINES BE DOUBLE FLARED?
February 02, 2021


IS DOUBLE FLARING BRAKE LINES ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY? In short, the answer to this question is a resounding “Yes!” Car brake lines should be double flared simply because considerable pressure is inflicted on them through the hydraulic system. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between double flared brake lines and single flared brake lines and dig deeper into why it makes sense to double flare these critically important lines. DOUBLE FLARED BRAKE LINES COMPARED TO SINGLE FLARED BRAKE LINES Double flared brake lines are considered the OEM standard for vehicle braking systems, whic... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

9. Importance of Keeping Your Truck Looking Its Best
January 22, 2021


We all love that feeling after buying a new vehicle; That fresh new car smell, the immaculate interior, and the pristine paint job that makes your truck look stunning. For the first few weeks and months, you take impeccable care of the vehicle, but it’s important to keep up the TLC to ensure your truck looks it’s best, for as long as possible. Below are some tips, to keep you out of the truck repair shop Chester, NY. Avoid Rust Most truck manufacturers will already apply a protective layer of sealant to the undercarriage of your truck, as it’s the most susceptible area to rust. If your t... (read more)

Author: SHLOMO ROSENBLUM

10. SEMI-AUTOMATIC TENSIONING VS AUTOMATIC TENSIONING
January 20, 2021


Are you getting ready to replace the tensioner assembly in your car? Did you get a bunch of search engine results that mention semi-automatic tensioning? Is there a different type of tensioner that may provide a performance boost or extend the life of your belts and pulleys? THE SEARCH ENGINES HAVE MISLEAD YOU Tensioners appear in a wide range of applications around the world, from bicycles to engines to factory-sized packaging machines. Most cars and trucks on the road these days use an automatic tensioner under the hood. Some older models may have a manual tensioner that keeps its belt... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

11. BRAKE LINE CORROSION WARNING SIGNS
January 08, 2021


Your vehicle’s brake lines might be corroded yet you won’t know it unless you are aware of the warning signs. Here is a quick look at the top clues that indicate your vehicle’s brake lines have corroded or are in the process of corroding. A VISUAL INSPECTION THAT REVEALS CORROSION OR RUST The most obvious sign that your vehicle’s brake lines are corroded might be found during a visual inspection. If you notice corrosion or rust on your brake line, it may be time to replace the line. VISIBLE MOISTURE If the brake lines show moisture or staining resulting from moisture, it is a sign ... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

12. SERPENTINE V-BELTS VS MULTI-RIBBED BELTS
December 26, 2020


Drive belts are among the most interesting aspects of your engine. They’re also one of the most important to keep an eye on, as a sudden belt failure could leave you stranded far from home. While the principles behind different types of drive belts remain the same, their design has had many changes over the past few decades. This in-depth look showcases a couple of notable designs – multi-ribbed belts and serpentine belts. MULTI-RIBBED V-BELTS: A BLAST FROM THE PAST Prior to the popularity of transverse-mounted engines and front-wheel-drive cars, V-belts were a common sight in most engin... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

13. CAN A BRAKE LINE BE REPAIRED?
December 08, 2020


The metal brake lines that snake under your car or truck transfer force from the pedal beneath your foot to the calipers and discs. Stand on that pedal hard enough to get the ABS pulsing and line pressure can spike to 1,400 psi (97 bar) or more. For comparison, your domestic water supply operates at around 50 psi (3.5 bar). So with the pressure that high, do you want to repair damaged or corroded brake lines? Let’s discuss. BURST STRENGTH DECLINES WITH AGE SAE standards define minimum brake line strength to ensure they won’t burst under the most extreme braking. But what happens as a veh... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

14. BEST BRAKE LINE FLARING TOOLS
December 08, 2020


BUILDING THE BEST BRAKE LINE FLARING TOOLS KIT You are ready to tackle the brake job on your daily driver. You have the tubing needed to create the lines and have done all the research to start working. First, you need the right tools so that you can get down to work without having to run off to the parts store halfway through the job. You will need a brake line flaring tool kit. Should you be spending big bucks or can you borrow the one that your auto parts store has available? THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMON AND DELUXE FLARING TOOL KITS Whenever you search for a flaring tool kit online ... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

15. Prepare For Fun with an Off-Roading Checklist
November 28, 2020


Is there anything you can think of more fun than loading up your family and hitting the dirt roads for an off-road camping trip? Spending nights out by the fire, preparing meals over the fire, setting up your tent and getting nice and snug in your sleeping bag - all of these activities and more are waiting for you to enjoy on an off-road adventure. A camping trip is a ton of fun for everyone involved if they love the great outdoors, but you will want to make sure you are prepared before you take off, so to get ready for your camping trip, familiarise yourself with some essential items yo... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

16. Maintaining German Cars With Genuine Auto Spare Parts
November 27, 2020


Cars are now more than just a means of transportation. They are becoming a passion for an increasing number of people. This is evident in the preferences people have in terms of car brands, country of origin, specifications, etc. Talking of brands, German cars are some of the most preferred cars across the world. This is evident with the fifth position held by Germany in car production. Also, based in Germany, Volkswagen Group is the third biggest automotive company in the world. But only having a German car is not enough. One needs to have genuine German auto spare parts&n... (read more)

Author: Avinash Kabra

17. HOW TO INSPECT A BELT TENSIONER
November 25, 2020


Most of the later model engines use a serpentine belt to drive the accessories, including the power steering pump, air compressor, and alternator. Unlike V-belts, which are tensioned by moving the brackets, a serpentine belt uses a spring-loaded tensioner to ensure the belt stays tight. Once the belt stretches past its useful life, it is too long for the tensioner to work. In this case, you need to replace the belt. However, the tensioner is not immune to wear and tear. It is considered a maintenance item that needs to be replaced when it wears out. When you change the belt, you should al... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

18. WHAT DOES AN IDLER DO?
November 25, 2020


An idler pulley is part of the accessory belt routing for your vehicle’s engine. Since engines don’t always have accessories in exactly the same place, the idler pulley allows you to route the belt so that it aligns with all of the accessory pulleys. They rarely help tension the belt – manufacturers use a tensioner pulley for that purpose. Some engines may not require an idler pulley if the belt routing lines up with all of the accessories. THE IDLER PULLEY DESIGN The idler pulley is a simple pulley that has a wheel with a wide groove in it. It keeps the belt aligned with the tensioner a... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

19. Top Reasons To Buy Auto Parts Online
November 24, 2020


People who are passionate about cars know the importance of each spare part in a car. It is obvious to expect the highest quality and authenticity if you are one such a passionate person. And you will also be aware of the troubles this passion brings along. Obviously, the troubles become more profound if you happen to live in some other country than the country of origin of the parts.  If you are also one such person who also happens to want nothing but the best for his or her car, be it Audi spare parts or any other German car, you have our sympathies. We are aware of the numer... (read more)

Author: Avinash Kabra

20. Can You Use Any Charger With Any Cell Phone, Laptop, Camera, or Tablet?
November 15, 2020


Every cell phone, laptop, and tablet seem to come with their own charger. If you’re like me, you’ve probably compiled quite a few chargers over the years. So the question becomes: is it safe to use a charger with your phone, laptop, camera, or tablet that isn’t the original manufacturer’s charger that came with the device? Types of Chargers In this article, we will focus on three types of chargers: laptop chargers, micro USB chargers (these are used with phones, tablets, and cameras), and Apple Lightning Connectors. While some devices have chargers with a slightly different head or c... (read more)

Author: Jason Ng

21. 7 Signs Your Car Battery Is About To Die And Needs To Be Replaced (or reconditioned)
November 15, 2020


Without a battery, your car simply isn’t functional. One of the most inconvenient things in life is when your car battery suddenly dies unexpectedly! This can delay you to work or make you miss an important appointment! But the good news is… there are several ways to know if your car battery is on the verge of dying and needs to be replaced. And in this article, we will go over 7 signs your car battery is about to die and needs to be replaced or reconditioned. Something to note before we begin... Before we discuss these 7 critical signs, it's important to note that when experien... (read more)

Author: Jason Ng

22. What Is An Equalizing Charge, Why Is It Needed, And How to Apply One To a Lead Acid Battery
November 15, 2020


Applying an equalizing charge to your lead-acid batteries will help them charge better and last longer. So whether you are a battery reconditioning expert or a rookie, it is essential that you know what an equalizing charge is and how to apply one to a lead-acid battery, so you can get the most out of your battery. This simple technique is something that needs to be done on a somewhat regular schedule and is basically the controlled overcharging of the battery. So in this article I will tell you: 1) Why an equalizing charge is needed 2) What problems an equalizing char... (read more)

Author: Jason Ng

23. Great Reasons for Purchasing an Electric Automobile
November 09, 2020


A huge decision that one needs to make at certain points in their lives is what car to buy. The ideal automobile will usually be one that looks good, while being reliable at the same time. But it shouldn’t end there. You also have considerations such as safety concerns, along with whether the car suites your lifestyle. Nowadays we can add another important detail into the equation. Whether or not the car is gas powered or electric. The proliferation of electric vehicles is still in its infancy, so one can expect this to be more of a concern in a few decades time than it is now. But like i... (read more)

Author: Hassan N

24. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO REPLACE A BRAKE LINE?
November 07, 2020


Whether it’s a pinhole leak, visible rust, or physical damage, all of these are good reasons to replace your brake lines ASAP. If it’s your first time dealing with a brake line replacement or it’s been a while since your last replacement, you might be wondering how much it’ll cost. Read on and find out for yourself how much you can expect to pay. FACTORS THAT AFFECT COSTS According to the latest research from Repair Pal, you can expect to pay anywhere from $148 to $186 for a brake line replacement, minus taxes and fees. However, the aforementioned answer isn’t as cut-and-dry as you’d exp... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

25. Things You Should Know About Automobile Repair Shops
November 05, 2020


There are many different types of automobile repair shops that offer services. A service technician at a repair shop may help with an oil change. A body shop can give body repairs and inspections. Service technicians can also help with brake repairs. A mechanic can help with an electrical system that is in need of repair or an engine that is having problems. Many service technicians will also help with vehicle maintenance as well. An auto mechanic can help with oil changes, transmission repairs and tune-ups. A mechanic can also help with brake repairs and other engine issues. When th... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder



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