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Monthly Archives: February 2020

How To Jumpstart Your Vehicle

How To Jumpstart Your Vehicle

How to Jumpstart Your Vehicle Almost everyone has been here at least once in your life: you get into your vehicle to head to work, turn the key...and nothing happens. The most common culprit in this situation is your battery having died during the night. And while it is sometimes the result of accidentally leaving your lights on, it can also just be that your battery’s useful life is coming to an end. But you don’t have to be left stranded – you can be on the road in about five minutes with a simple jumpstart. What do you Need to Jumpstart a Vehicle? Before you can jumpstart your vehicle, you need two things: a pair of jumper cables, and a “donor” battery, which is simply another vehicle with a functioning battery. Jumper cables can be purchased at any auto parts store, and even some large reta ... read more

How Often Should you Service your Transmission?

How Often Should you Service your Transmission?

How Often do you Need to Change your Transmission Fluid?   Though the importance of regular motor oil changes is well-known to most drivers, your vehicle also relies on a number of different vital fluids in order to function properly. One of the most important fluids aside from motor oil is transmission fluid, a special fluid inside of your transmission that keeps it working smoothly. A sometimes overlooked task, having your transmission fluid changed is an important part of regular vehicle maintenance that should be performed on schedule.     What is Transmission Fluid?   Transmission fluid is a slippery liquid that helps to lubricate the many moving parts within your transmission. In vehicles with automatic transmissions, the fluid also acts as a coolant to keep it from becoming overheated. While automatic transmissions use a standardized flu ... read more

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