Yearly Archives: 2020

How to jump start a car

How to jump start a car

We all love our cars. But, they can sometimes place in very tricky situations. For instance, when a car battery is dead and you need to jump-start the car. Such moments can be very stressful. But, not to worry. Here, you will learn how to jump-start a car and make it to wherever you want to go. Read on and find out the steps you need to take. 1. First, check the jumper cables in your car. You will notice that they have clamps set with red and black marks. The red mark shows the positive side and the black represents the negative. These marks will help you know where to place the jumper cables on the battery terminals, which are also marked positive and negative. 2. Once you have checked the jump starters, ensure that you have, close to you, the car that you are going to use to jump-start your car. The two vehicles should not touch each other. 3. When you are done with the connections, turn the ignition on both cars off. Then, on the dead battery's positive clamp, connect one of ... read more

Signs That Indicate It’s Time for A Brake Flush

Signs That Indicate It’s Time for A Brake Flush

While most drivers are familiar with motor oil and coolant, brake fluid may be forgotten. Brake fluid is a critical competent of the brake system. It ensures your vehicle can properly stop and slow down efficiently. As you drive, the brake fluid will start the decompose and get dirty. Flushing the brake lines can restore performance in one service. Without health brake fluid, stopping your vehicle can be challenging, rendering the drive completely dangerous. It’s not always easy to tell if your brakes need servicing. Below are a few signs that indicate that it’s time for a brake flush. The brake fluid is dirty and discolored. Brake fluid is usually similar to the color and consistency of vegetable oil. If your brake fluid looks brown or black, it’s time to be replaced. Make sure you also check the quality as well. Brake fluid that is contaminated with pollutants can also cause major problems. The brake pedal is soft. If you have air in the brak ... read more

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