Is It Time for a New Timing Belt?

Posted on: 23 July 2021
Do you have a suspicion that your vehicle needs a new timing belt? This is the part of your vehicle that plays a key role in getting all valves of the engine to close and open at the right time so that everything runs smoothly. Unfortunately, the nature of the part being made out of rubber and getting hot means that it will eventually crack and need replacement. While the part itself is relatively cheap, it is the labor that can cause the replacement to become expensive.
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3 Reasons To Get Regular Oil Changes

Posted on: 15 June 2021
A vehicle is only reliable when it is maintained properly. Oil changes are among the most frequent maintenance tasks drivers must complete. Regular oil changes can protect your vehicle's engine and extend the life of your car or truck. The next time you think about postponing an overdue oil change, remember these three valuable benefits your vehicle enjoys after each oil change. 1. Engine Gunk Elimination The primary role of engine oil is to travel throughout your vehicle's engine and lubricate all moving parts.
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Important Tips For Extending The Life Of Your Cummins Performance Engine

Posted on: 14 October 2020
Today, Cummins performance engines are available in many sizes to provide power and towing capability for both private consumers and commercial businesses, including farming and heavy construction.  If you have purchased a vehicle equipped with a Cummins engine, you will want to service it correctly in order to keep it performing well. The following information is designed to help both first-time and veteran Cummins engine owners extend the lives of their machines.
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Travel Safely With RV Brake Repair Services

Posted on: 19 December 2019
As an RV owner, you know that good maintenance of your RV is going to keep you safe while you are traveling. RV brake repair services can make the difference between getting to your destination and getting stuck on the side of the road because your brakes are no longer working. If you note differences in how your brakes are working, if the brake pedal is going further than normal, or if you notice squealing noises when you press down your brake pedal, you probably need RV brake repair services before continuing to drive your motor home.
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