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Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

If you've recently noticed a pool of fluid beneath your parked car, or if your vehicle has been running low on fluids, it's possible that you have a leak. While many fluid leaks can be benign, they can also be indicative of a serious problem. Here are four common types of automotive fluid leaks and what they could mean for your vehicle: 1. Oil Leaks An oil leak is one of the most common types of automotive fluid leaks. If you notice an oil leak, it's important to have your vehicle checked by a mechanic as soon as possible. Depending on the size of the leak, an oil leak can lead to decreased performance, increased engine wear, and even engine failure. 2. Coolant Leaks Coolant leaks are another common type of automotive fluid leak. Coolant, also known as antifreeze, helps to keep your engine cool and prevents it from overheating. If your vehicle is leaking coolant, it's important to have it checked by a mechanic as soon as possible. A ... read more

Why Is My Car Vibrating When I Brake?

Why Is My Car Vibrating When I Brake?

Since you own your car, there's a good chance you know all about it and can tell when something isn't quite right. Your car shaking when braking is a regular problem that you could experience. There are a few possible causes for your car to shake, and you should take care of this problem now before it becomes worse. Here are a few typical explanations for why your automobile may shake when you apply the brakes; Your Brake Calipers Are Sticking When you push the pedal, brake fluid pumps through the pipes and is applied by the brake calipers to press the brake pedal against the rotor. Hydraulic pressure generated by the fluid causes the calipers to push the pads. If you only experience vibration in the steering wheel, the calipers may be stuck and not pressing the brake pedals against the rotors. Misaligned Tires Your tires are a further typical cause of trembling when you use the brakes on your car. The suspension system of your car may have to work harder if the wheels are ... read more