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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Know The Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Change the Automatic Transmission Fluid

Unluckily, the tranny is probably the most disregarded components of cars today, and still it is probably of the most vital parts. Neglecting to maintain your tranny can result in premature failure, and if you decide not to service your transmission very early on in the lifespan of the rig, you’re lining yourself up for problems if you try to service the fluid later in the rig’s lifetime.

Please observe the regular maintenance schedule outlined in your vehicle’s car guide. If it does not give you a frequency, go for every 30,000 miles. Nevertheless, if the rig already has a lot of mileage on it, don’t service your transmission’s ATF.

Sounds wild, but here’s the story. If you have a higher mileage vehicle (greater than 95,000 miles or so) and your tranny servicing has not been performed, yet your vehicle still is running well you have to leave it be. Here’s why. Chances are the tranny fluid that has already been in the tranny the whole time is starting to get pretty dirty and gritty.

Even so, believe it or not this soil and grit in the transmission fluid is likely assisting the transmission to perform effectively. If you haven’t been servicing your tranny fluid at frequent intervals that soil and grime has induced corroding on existing normal parts that would not have came about had you been changing it properly. These parts (such as the internal clutches and band parts) count a lot on friction in order to function properly.

At this point the friction that is usually in these components from the manufacturer has eroded down cause of lack of maintenance. So, since they are absent their own friction, they really rely on the friction in the transmission fluid in order to function the right way. Now, understanding that the parts require friction in order to operate correctly, if you get rid of all the friction in the tranny’s ATF, what do you think would happen? In most scenarios, this new clean slippery automatic transmission fluid will make your old high mileage vehicle to have transmission troubles, typical slippage when shifting.

The brutal actuality is, if you are not having any troubles with your old, high mile vehicle’s tranny, and you haven’t been keeping up with the normal servicing on the transmission, the best advice you can ever receive is to leave the automatic transmission fluid and filter alone. So, if you’re experiencing tranny troubles like slippage, forceful or erratic shifts, or seeing the tranny acting slow to shift when the motor is cold, look for the experience of a specialized tranny shop prior to having the fluid serviced, cause odds are your tranny is relying on that grimey tranny fluid in order to continue working properly. Servicing it could actually be ending it’s life.


What is an Engine Block and How Can It be Repaired?

If you are with a pretty new car, then it won’t be a problem at all – for finding a solution. On the other hand, if you are with an old engine car, it would be a bit difficult to find a repair for the engine block. Do you think the engine block of your car can be repaired through welding? Well, this is a complete misunderstanding and this is something which most of the car owners think about – when the engine block of their car gets caught with some problems.

Unlike the engine blocks of latest blocks of new generation cars, the engine blocks of classic cars can’t be repaired that easily. It’s going to be pretty tough if you’re thinking of finding a solution for it yourselves. Classic cars will cost you a lot of money. If you are not with a good budget, don’t go with a classic car. In the long run you will have to spend a reasonable amount of money for its maintenance and other works. So, if you were thinking of getting one for yourselves, it’s time to think again and take the right decision.

Learning the technical details of the engine block is a real tough thing. You won’t be able to fix even minor problems if you don’t have much idea about the working of the various parts of the engine block. So, if you want to repair an engine block, you should be learning the different components consisted there in the latest cars as well as classic cars. Once you learn the basic components, things will start coming on your ways.


Guide to Replace Car Starter and Bumper

Actually replacing the starter of your car is something you would be able to do yourselves without seeking anyone’s help. If you have the intention to learn things on your own, you would be fixing the problem yourselves. First of all you should be learning the steps to replace a starter. Well, before you start off with things, you should be making ready the essential tools for performing the act. The first thing that you should be doing is to find the starter of the car. After finding the starter you should be loosening the connections coming from it. Then you can easily replace the starter without any problems.

You should be taking utmost care while replacing the starter. Make sure you install it in a reverse order of the way you have taken it from the car. One of the other problems that you might encounter is the bumper problem. It can also be tackled by us. But some change the bumpers even if it is working fine. They just want to change the look of the car. If you also want to make your car look good, you can also try replacing the bumper of your car.

So, whether you are planning to replace a starter or your car, or to remove bumper of your car, you should be learning the basic working methodology. Only after you get an idea about the working process you will be able to do these things yourself. As you might know there are lots of websites that teach us these basic stuffs. But you should be going with the ones that are really serious about what they are publishing. The more you practice working stuffs with your car; the better will be your skills in repairing these kinds of things.