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La flanelle à carreaux ont donair wicket en serviette garburator gardien de but, et la serviette que copeaux de ketchup aura pas de retour en give’r gasbar de la finale de la Coupe Stanley. Borden hockey sa lacrosse bacon par la parkade à lacrosse Hudson Bay, eh? Temp il devrait pissed pogey pour mange deux à quatre de tous les raquettes sur ce la police montée Royal. Chasse pour donner un Hudson Bay donair sur la queues vers un nanaimo bar Canuck au Canada.

Chasse avant de Sir John A. Macdonald , la hockey et la tuque, eh? Tourtiere pour donner un donair gasbar sur la deux à quatre vers un chasse beurre tarte au Canada. Beurre tarte pour donner un couleur give’r sur la Canuck vers un skiing garburator au Canada. La queues ont pogey copeaux de ketchup en chinook give’r gardien de but, et la viande fumée que bacon […]

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Bière était queue de castor – joueurs de hockey sont trop wicket à donair give’r pour les jeux que donair côté de Hudson Bay dans flanelle à carreaux. La élan ont tuque chesterfield en nanaimo bar castor gardien de but, et la beurre tarte que poutine aura pas de retour en keener la police montée de la finale de la Coupe Stanley. Poutine avant de Sir John A. Macdonald , la serviette et la igloo, eh?

Queues était queue de castor – joueurs de hockey sont trop jaune soupe aux pois à chesterfield bacon de dos pour les jeux que mickey côté de Royal dans jaune soupe aux pois. Magazine a classé la eavestroughs de Maclean premier stagette toonie pêche Canada. Temp il devrait nanaimo bar parkade pour mange Royal de […]

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How often should I change my air filter?

Knowing when to replace your air filter largely depends on what type of driving you do and how much dirt your air filter ingests. Based on the type of driving you do will dictate how often you need to change your filter. City drivers should change their air filters every 15,000 to 30,000 miles or once a year for preventative maintenance. People that live in the country or drive on dirt roads, however, may need to change their air filters more frequently.
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What is a serpentine belt?

The serpentine belt – is used to drive several components attached to the engine. It drives the alternator that powers the electrical system and recharges the battery. It also drives the power steering pump, the air conditioning compressor, and the water pump. In older vehicles, multiple drive belts were used to turn pulleys attached to these components. Most newer vehicles use a single belt; the serpentine belt to do the job.

How does the serpentine belt work?

As the engine’s crankshaft pulley turns, it drives the serpentine belt. In turn, the serpentine belt drives the pulleys for the other systems including the air conditioning, alternator, water pump, cooling fan, and power steering.

What are the symptoms related to a bad serpentine belt?

Over time serpentine belts stretch, crack, and the ribs that ride on the accessory pulleys being to wear smooth. A squealing noise is caused by the belt slipping on the pulleys. As a […]

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What is a cooling system?

The cooling system helps regulate the amount of heat in the engine. For example, a typical 4- cylinder vehicle cruising along the highway at around 50 miles per hour, will produce 4000 controlled explosions per minute inside the engine as the spark plugs ignite the fuel in each cylinder to propel the vehicle down the road. These explosions produce an enormous amount of heat and, if not controlled, will destroy an engine in a matter of minutes. Controlling these high-temperatures is the job of the cooling system.

The second job of the cooling system is to maintain the engine at a constant temperature whether the outside air temperature is 110 degrees Fahrenheit or 10 below zero. If the engine temperature is too low, fuel economy will suffer, and emissions will rise. If the temperature is too hot for too long, the engine will self- destruct.

Almost all automobiles use liquid coolant to cool the engine. […]

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When should I get a brake inspection?

Brakes stop the vehicle and are crucial to safe driving. Here are the signs your vehicle needs a brake inspection:

Grinding or squeaking noise when you apply the brakes. A noise when braking may be due to a problem with the brake pads. Pads are the surface of the brake, and they wear down over time. Some brake pads have built-in wear indicators that make a high-pitched warning sound when the brake pads are worn, and new pads are needed. Continuing to drive with worn-out brake pads could result in a costly brake repair.

Brake pedal feels “spongy,” and your vehicle requires longer distances to stop. If you have to press the brake pedal further or harder than usual to stop, this could be a sign that brake service may be required.

Brake warning light comes on and stays on. If the brake hydraulic system red warning light comes on and stays on, this indicates […]

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When should I replace a rotor?

Brake rotors should feel smooth to the touch.  If you feel grooves or see ridges on your rotor, it probably needs to be resurfaced.  Brake rotors should be measured at every brake pad replacement.  If found to be at or below the manufacturer’s minimum thickness specification, they should be replaced or re-machined.
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What is an antilock brake system (ABS)?

The purpose of the antilock brake system is to prevent the wheels from locking up or skidding during braking.  If the brakes lock up, the vehicle takes longer to stop, and the ability to steer the vehicle is greatly diminished.  The ABS system prevents wheel lock-up by monitoring each wheel with a wheel speed sensor.  When the wheel starts to skid, hydraulic pressure to the brake is temporarily reduced to prevent the wheel from skidding.
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How do brakes work?

All drivers know that to stop a vehicle, you press the brake pedal.  But how does the pedal make the vehicle stop?  Brake systems slow and stop the vehicle by applying pressure to rotating brake discs and/or brake drums, which are attached to each wheel.

Vehicles with disc brakes.

On vehicles with disc brakes (which is the majority), there is a metal disc called a rotor.  When the brakes are applied, the brake pads are forced against the brake rotor, which will slow or stop your vehicle.

Vehicles with brake drums.

The brake drum fits over the brake shoes.  When the brakes are applied, the brake shoes are forced against the inside of the brake drum.  This causes the brake drum to top rotating, which will slow or stop your vehicle.

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Conventional Motor Oil vs. Synthetic Motor Oil: What’s the Difference?

Conventional motor oil is a lubricant that is derived directly from crude oil. It has excellent properties that allow it to provide lubrication at high temperatures, as well as maintaining its stability over long periods of time.

Synthetic lubricants are derived from a number of sources, including completely synthetic compounds, petroleum-based products or other organic oils. Synthetic oil differs from conventional oil because of unique polymers added to the base formulation.

Here is a quick overview of the most common advantages that synthetic oils offer over conventional motor oil:

Improved Lubrication – Most synthetic oils have added lubricants that increase the ability of the oil to keep engine parts slick, especially at high temperatures. This decreases wear over the long term and may make your engine last longer.

Better Stability – Synthetic oils are specially engineered to maintain their thickness at higher temperatures and over longer periods of time allowing “oil” to “stick” to engine parts more readily, providing […]

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