Helpful Automotive Resources
July 17, 2020 Does My Car Have a Recall?Read on to find out.
Check if your car’s defective part is covered by a recall before paying for a repair or replacement.
How Do I Know If My Car Has a Recall?
August 05, 2020 How Do Car Brakes Work?Stepping on the pedal activates its lever and its connected piston. Powered by your foot, the lever forces a piston inside the master cylinder. The piston then displaces brake fluid out of the cylinder and into the lines that lead to either the brake calipers (in a disc brake system) September 16, 2020 P0015 Code: Exhaust “B” Camshaft Position Timing – Over – Retarded (Bank 1)Modern vehicles use a variable timing system to adjust the timing of your intake and/or exhaust valves to increase your vehicle’s performance and fuel efficiency. Once the PCM detects that the camshaft does not respond accordingly (camshaft timing is too slow or delayed), it will trigger the error code P0015.
July 16, 2020 Modern Classics: Why You Should Buy an 80s Car Despite What People SayWhile those articles may reflect the way some purists feel about 80s cars, many members of Generation X and older Millennials (like myself), who now have the funds for car collecting, want the 80s vehicles they remember from their youth.
Now is the time to buy a 1980s automobile before it’s August 27, 2020 Ford Gives F-150 Additional Standard Safety TechThe decision will see Ford become the first American automaker to make the technology standard equipment on light-duty trucks. However, for the trucks’ Super Duty edition, automatic emergency braking will remain optional for the base model and standard on the higher trims.
Ford will be the first American automaker to make