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Harsh Realities and Little Known Facts About Auto Services


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Harsh Realities and Little Known Facts About Auto Services

If your car is making certain noises or emitting certain odours, there may be something wrong with it. Hi! My name is Emmeline, and I love working with cars. I grew up in the outback, and my papa had me by his side while he was fixing cars and agriculture equipment from the time I was very little. The process still fascinates me. I decided to create a blog devoted to auto service, and in this space, I plan to post a bit of everything, ranging from little known facts to harsh realities about cars. I hope that you like these posts and that they help you learn more about auto service.

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Three Indispensable Tips for Planning for Panel Beating Costs
26 February 2021

Restoring the body of your vehicle after an accide

You Have a Bad Timing Chain: How Do You Tell?
4 January 2021

A timing chain, also referred to as a cambelt or t

When Should You Get an Expert BMW Service? Find Out
27 October 2020

A car is a huge investment that you will want to s

The Three Most Important Factors Which Determine How Expensive Your Clutch Replacement Will Be
14 July 2020

Your clutch is one of the most important systems i

Three Common Car Battery Problems and How to Deal With Them
27 May 2020

Your car's battery is the component which offers t

Three Indispensable Tips for Planning for Panel Beating Costs

Restoring the body of your vehicle after an accident can be challenging. Therefore, it is important to choose a good panel beater to handle the smash repairs. A qualified specialist will eliminate dents and other forms of damage from your automobile through techniques like shrinking, stretching, planishing and paintless dent removal. In an ideal situation, the insurer will handle the costs of the repair. However, this is not always the case. Therefore, you must understand the expenses for planning. Read More 

You Have a Bad Timing Chain: How Do You Tell?

A timing chain, also referred to as a cambelt or timing belt, makes up one of the many components of your internal combustion engine. Your engine comes with a camshaft, crankshaft, valves and pistons. All these components stroke, open and close at different times when the engine is running at full throttle. For the manufacturer to align these components and get smooth performance from the engine, they install a timing chain. Read More