With out of the ordinary spring weather upon us make sure that your windshield is clean to extend the life of your windshield wiper blades. When the time comes for new wipers we have a complete selection of premium Bosch wiper blades. Don’t forget the rear windshield on your SUV too!
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There is no rule as to how long a strut assembly will last. The life will vary greatly based on vehicle make/model and driving area/habits. A good standard is 70,000 – 80,000 miles of driving before struts will require replacement. Strut replacement can be an expensive investment, Many times we have manufacturer coupons available to assist in the cost of repairs.
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The main difference between a standard fuel injection system and “Gasoline Direct Injection” (GDI) engine is the placement of the fuel injector. A GDI fuel injector is located to spray fuel directly into the combustion chamber. Due to this design the fuel system operates under extremely high pressure with precise timing. A standard fuel injector is located in the intake manifold and the fuel travels past the intake valve into the combustion chamber. This design difference requires more frequent air induction service for GDI engines.
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A power “steering rack” or “steering gear” is a rack gear and a pinion gear that transmits the steering wheel rotation inside of your car to tire movement outside of your car. Most modern steering racks have either a hydraulic pump for assist or electric motor for assist. The rack is connected to the outer steering mechanisms with tie rod ends.
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The timing belt in your engine is a critical component. Replacement intervals vary by manufacturer from 60,000 miles to 105,000 miles. It is also critical to consider that the timing belt is made of rubber. Rubber degrades over time and regardless of mileage the belt should be replaced within 8 years of service.
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The catalytic converter is part of your vehicles emissions control system that converts toxic exhaust gases and pollutants to less toxic pollutants by a chemical reaction. The “catalytic converter” is made of of precious metals that are a component of the chemical reaction. Most manufacturers warrant the catalyst for 8 years and 80,000 miles. Proper engine maintenance will extend the useful life of the catalytic converter.
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A brake fluid flush is a crucial service should be performed at 30,000 miles. Over time dirt and debris will accumulate in the “brake fluid”. Dirt and debris enter the brake fluid through both the caliper seal and component wear. Fluid contamination is the leading cause of premature caliper failure. Moisture contamination is the most important factor in brake fluid. Due to extreme temperature change in the brake fluid, moisture will condense inside the fluid lowering the boiling point. This reduced boiling temperature leads to brake pedal fade and deterioration of hydraulic braking components.
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On modern “Gas Direct Injected” or “GDI” vehicles, maintenance on fuel injection systems has become more important than ever. Due to the combustion of your engine, carbon builds up on valves, injector tips, and pistons. The GDI service will restore engine performance along with maintaining smooth idle. Not only will you feel a difference in throttle response, but will also prevent carbon build up to reduce the possibility of engine faults.
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What is “TPMS”? TPMS stands for “Tire Pressure Monitoring System”. TPMS is a warning system indicating to the driver when a tire is significantly under-inflated. Beginning in September 2007, all new light duty vehicles sold in the U.S. are mandated to be equipped with TPMS. Most people ignore their tires, yet tires are undoubtedly a critical safety component. A tire can lose up to half of its pressure without appearing to be underinflated. The small battery operated sensors are located inside of the tire to prevent drivers operating their vehicle with unsafe low tire pressure.