Car Battery Essentials Broken Down for New Car Owners

12 November 2020
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The battery is one of the essential components of any car. Without it, you will not get the engine and other electrical components up and running. Naturally, car manufacturers strive to make the battery as maintenance-free as possible, only needing replacement at the end of its useful life. You can only enjoy this if your maintenance and usage habits allow the battery to live up to the manufacturer's expectations. That requires a thorough understanding of car battery essentials, detailing the relationship it has with your car and usage tendencies. Read More 

Why a Small Engine Failure Can Cause Big Problems

27 October 2020
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For a diesel engine to work properly, many different components need to move in tandem with each other. To orchestrate this correctly, your engine will be fitted with an appropriately named timing belt, and its primary job is to ensure that the motor runs as efficiently as possible. While this belt is made from toughened rubber or mild steel and is designed to deal with many thousands of kilometres, it can fail, and when it does so, you'll be stranded. Read More 

How to Avoid Injector Problems in a Common Rail System

27 October 2020
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Electronically controlled fuel injection is by far the most efficient way of running an engine and can create extremely high levels of pressure for better drivability. Yet the parts involved are highly sensitive to disruption and work with very precise clearance, so they need to be serviced or replaced at the first sign of trouble. What can go wrong with these common rail injectors, and how will you know that you have an issue? Read More 

How to Manage Depreciation As Much As Possible

22 October 2020
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For most people, the purchase of a car is a significant undertaking. They may need this set of wheels simply to exist in a disconnected world, but they nevertheless need to ensure that they look after it, especially if they want to get a premium price at the exit. Why is a full-service history so important, therefore, and what solutions are available when it comes to keeping a record? Controlling Your Loss Read More 

Why You Should Upgrade the Brake Wear Sensors on Your Heavy Truck

20 October 2020
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When you operate a heavy-duty commercial truck, you'll want to get as much value for money as possible from each shipment, run the vehicle as often as possible in a given day, and make sure that everything is handled safely and professionally. You will also want to introduce certain safeguards and have an early warning system in place so you know when to change crucial parts. Sometimes, component wear can be inconvenient or may lead to an unwanted breakdown, but at other times it can represent a safety issue. Read More