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Headlight Bulb Harness Failure in Your Volkswagen

Auto maintenance is often completely overlooked by drivers, but it can be helpful to prioritize maintenance tasks in terms of how problematic they can be for your safety on the road. Some maintenance tasks, such as brake repair work, is certainly of more immediate performance than exterior paint care, for instance. In Volkswagen vehicles, it

Car Steering

Common Problems Associated with Electric Power Steering

Your car’s electric power steering system is susceptible to failure over time if not properly maintained and/or repaired when issues arise. In this article we’ll go over some of the importance of the power steering system, how to recognize signs of malfunction, and how to address such issues. Why It’s Critical to Maintain the Power

Land Rover Navigation System

Why Does the Navigation System Freeze in Your Land Rover?

The modern amenities of vehicles these days make the average driver nearly just as comfortable as they would be on their couch at home, particularly in luxury import vehicles such as Land Rovers. Conveniences in cars that are afforded by technology, such as Bluetooth and navigation systems, have given drivers the freedom to travel and

Car Tire Balancing

Why Do Your Car’s Wheels Needs Balancing?

The ongoing tasks of automotive care can seem overwhelming to differentiate between. Suspension components like shocks and struts have slight variations that can confuse the average driver, which can lead to being taken advantage of by automotive shops. Even processes that might seem similar to drivers can be extremely different from one another. For example,

Car Engine Overheating

Ways to Keep Your Engine Cool in the Summer

Keeping your engine cool in the summer is important in order to avoid common engine problems associated with overheating. When your engine is exposed to excessive heat due to warm external temperatures, it causes more heat to be produced than normal, as your engine strains to maintain optimal driving temperature. Here’s a bit more information