Transmission Slipping: The Common Causes
6 March 2015
A slipping transmission is more problematic for automatic cars than the manual ones and it usually signifies that extensive maintenance is required or that the transmission is facing imminent failure. Diagnosing this issue is difficult for drivers without mechanical skills or knowledge but there are common symptoms which point towards a transmission problem. These include delays during acceleration, difficulties in shifting the gears and strange burning smells. If you notice such anomalies in your vehicle, you should consult an auto technician for proper diagnosis and repairs.
Why Your Exotic Car Should Always Be Serviced By a Professional
26 February 2015
If you own an exotic car or an expensive sports car, then you need to always have it serviced by a specialized professional. Taking it to a standard mechanic or just any repair shop, even for regular maintenance and oil changes, can be a mistake and even more costly in the long run.
Consider why that is and why your exotic car or sports car should always be serviced by someone who specializes in your particular make and model.
Why Does The Steering Wheel Vibrate When You Brake?
23 February 2015
If you suddenly notice that your steering wheel is vibrating wildly when you brake, you need to investigate the cause. This can be really disconcerting, to say nothing of the danger the condition poses when you're trying to remain in control of your vehicle. What is the cause and what can you do about it?
Does It Happen Only When You Brake?
Firstly, make sure that the condition manifests only when you brake.
Is Your Car Telling You That it's Time to Visit a Mechanic?
17 February 2015
When your car needs mechanical repair, the signs are not always as obvious as you might think. A car can start and run and still be driven while needing repair, even if those repairs are very serious. Knowing some signs of major repairs to be done can ensure you get your car to a mechanic as soon as possible so it stays running, and so that you avoid the need for even more major repairs down the road.