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  • What's The Difference Between A Timing Belt And A Timing Chain?

    Your car requires some kind of device to make sure that its timing is correct. The correct timing happens when the camshaft and the crankshaft happen in sync. This allows the cylinders and pistons that make up your car's energy source to fire when they need to. There are a couple of ways for that timing to happen. One is to use a timing belt, the other is to use a timing chain. [Read More]

  • Advantages And Drawbacks Of 6 Common Paint Colors

    Before you repaint your vehicle, make sure you think about the advantages and drawbacks that come with the color you choose. Your paint color does not just affect how your car looks, it also affects how warm your vehicle gets in the hot sun and how people view your vehicle. Here are some of the advantages and drawbacks to black, white, dark blue, light blue, red and silver paint jobs. [Read More]

  • Three Signs That One Part Of Your Car's Body Will Need To Be Completely Replaced After A Collision

    When you take your car into an auto body shop after a collision, stressing about what the final price will be is normal. While some collision damage can be taken care of at a surprisingly low cost, other cases are more difficult. When you're in the process of bringing your damaged car into an auto body shop, use these three tips to get a reasonable idea whether you'll have to pay for a complete replacement of one part of the body. [Read More]