Why You Need to Be Careful When Trying to Restart a Dead Vehicle Battery

Posted on: 13 February 2018
If you're part of a typical Australian family, it's likely that you have more than one car sitting in the driveway. The husband and wife may have one each so that they can go back and forth to work, while a child who is in college may have a cheap runaround of their own. It's also fair to say that one or more of these vehicles may be several years old and may not be as reliable as it used to be and in this case, you may have some tools and equipment on hand in case of breakdown.
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How to Improve a Car's Overall Handling and Performance

Posted on: 25 October 2017
If you want better performance and handling from your vehicle, you may not need to start shopping around for a new car altogether. There are many add-ons and accessories you can consider that will improve the performance of an engine, steering, braking, and everything else under the hood. Note a few tips on how to improve a car's overall handling and performance, and discuss these options with a mechanic as needed.
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How to Tell If You Need to Replace Your Vehicle's Diesel Pump

Posted on: 28 August 2017
Your car or truck is made up of thousands of different parts, some of which are much more important than others. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn't matter how powerful an engine you have in the front and how full your fuel tank is at the back if the diminutive diesel pump isn't working properly. If you think that this component may be playing up, what are some of the warning signs you should be looking out for?
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Remove Bugs From Your Grille With These Tips

Posted on: 13 April 2017
Cleaning bugs from your car's exterior can be difficult, but it can be even harder when the bugs are smashed into the grille on the front of your vehicle. Try these tips to remove caked-on bugs. Start With a Commercial Bug Cleaner For the best results, start with a commercial bug cleaner. Spray this liberally on your grille or any other areas of your car that have bugs caked on. The spray will moisten the bugs, making it easier to remove them.
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