3 Repairs That Can Improve Your Car Sale

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Thinking about selling your car? If so, it is likely a concerning matter that you have to get the most cash for your car sale, right? Well, to ensure your car sells for a high price you will want to avoid giving the car buyer any reason to talk down the price tag, which is why it is important that you invest in repairs before listing your car for sale. A few repairs that you can benefit from are:
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What Is A Transmission? A Short Primer On What Your Transmission Does For You

Posted on: 22 January 2015

You can probably name many of the parts of your car and you have some vague notion of what they do. Some are self explanatory, like fuel pump, brakes, coolant, gas tank, windshield wipers and restraints. Those things, by name alone, give an indication of what they do. Others are not as clear. Sure, you know kind of what your engine does and you have a general sense of the need for a battery, but you can't really explain what they do in your car.
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Diagnosing An Air Idle Control Valve Problem In Your Vehicle

Posted on: 19 January 2015

The air idle control valve, often referred to as the idle speed control censor, is a crucial component in the vehicle's motor. It is present in vehicles that are both fuel injected and multi-port. If you are having problems with air idle control valve, you will have a major issue with keeping your vehicle running at all. You can stall out any time you are at a standstill, whether it is in your drive or stopped at a red light.
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Knock, Knock: Finding And Silencing The Rattle In Your Engine

Posted on: 14 January 2015

As a car owner, you're likely to hear clicking or rattling under the hood of your car at some point. If this sound is new to you, finding its origin can be difficult. In most cases, sounds like this are the result of rocker arms rattling or the rods sticking in the engine. For engines without rockers, the sound could be stuck valves. Here are some tips to help you track down the source of the noise and fix it.
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