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Choosing the Right Fuel Pump

The fuel pump that operates in your vehicle has the same mission as the fuel pumps in other vehicles. This job is to deliver the proper quantities of fuel to your motor when it needs it.

Fuel pumps are made to fit vehicles of specific sizes and types. Because of this, there are many variations in fuel pump design. This dizzying array can make it hard for the layperson to select the right model for their vehicle.

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Reasons Your Engine Is Overheating

If you are driving along and you notice either your engine seems to be sputtering or slowing, or there could even be some smoke or steam coming out of your engine you may have an issue with the coolant system in your vehicle. This is the system that is responsible for ensuring that your vehicle does not overheat when it is in use and when there is something wrong with this area of your vehicle it is incredibly important that you get the problem addressed immediately to prevent further damage to your engine.

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How Replacing Windshield Wiper Blades Makes a Difference

Your windshield wipers go back and forth on your windshield every time it rains. They’re also used when you want to clear off your windshield. Depending on the make and model of your vehicle, you may also have wipers on the rear window. As the wipers move across the glass, the rubber blades lose their ability to provide a clean sweep. Over time, it will make it harder for the wipers to do their job.

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Recognizing the Need for Tire Replacement

You have no reason to ever play guessing games that involve your tires. Smart and detail-oriented vehicle owners know how to recognize issues that pertain to their tires. You should never get lazy about tire safety. This can greatly interfere with your safety behind the wheel in general. It can potentially hurt your passengers and other people who are on the road with you, too.

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Transmission Strategies Protect Vehicles

When transmission procedures are implemented by professional mechanics, an engine operates more efficiency on the road. However, in order to resolve transmission issues properly, a motorist must understand the most common maintenance and repair signs.

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Corroded Battery Could Indicate Leak

Car ownership has its difficulties, and a dead or corroded battery is an inconvenience.

Finding your battery is corroded is a big hassle. Sometimes, if your car battery isn't starting quickly, or is coming close to dying when you stop, your battery connection could be loose or corroded. If you check and find it's loose, it's an easy fix, but corrosion could be a symptom of a battery that is leaking.

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Book Your Vehicle Maintenance Online

Taking care of your vehicle's maintenance needs just got a whole lot easier! If it is time for your next oil change, tire rotation, or other vehicle maintenance service; take advantage of our convenient online service scheduling system!

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Engine Oil Advancements: Times Are Changing

The oil that you buy today is not the same oil that your father or grandfather may have bought to put in their vehicle. This is because chemists have been able to refine the methods used in the production of oil or the creation of synthetic oil that allows the oil to be more durable than the oil of the past.

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Wait? What's That Light on the Dashboard?

In our daily routines, it is often easy to overlook regular maintenance of our vehicles. Nevertheless, being mindful of lights that appear right before your eyes can save a great deal of aggravation and pain in your wallet if addressed immediately. While commonly known dashboard lights can be easily distinguished in most vehicles, such as "check engine" or "low tire pressure warning", the unknowns can be scary. Fortunately, your friends at Kia Country of Savannah.

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