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What are some cold weather preps that I can do to my car for the winter?

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What are some cold weather preps that I can do to my car for the winter?

What are some cold weather preps that I can do to my car for the winter?

Winter is quickly approaching and that means fewer hours of daylight. To be sure you can be seen by others and your visibility is not compromised, check your vehicle’s lights and wipers.
“The days are getting shorter, so it is a good time to check that your vehicle’s wipers and lighting are working properly because the chance of an accident increases if you can’t see or be seen, From the driver’s seat you may not notice a light that isn’t working, so check all of your car’s lights and replace those that are out. Also, be sure to inspect and replace wiper blades so you can see clearly when wet weather hits.”
The wiper system keeps excessive water, Fog and dirt from building up on the windshield, maintaining clear visibility. Many factors can accelerate the replacement interval of wipers, including operating conditions (winter conditions are tough on wiper blades), frequency of use, material and type of wipers and sunny weather. In fact, wiper blades can deteriorate faster and need more frequent replacement in desert states.
Lights are normal wear items that require periodic inspection and replacement. The lighting system provides nighttime visibility; signals and alerts other drivers and supplies light for viewing instruments and the vehicle’s interior. In addition to replacing dimming, rapidly blinking and non-functioning lights, the following tips can help keep you safe:
If there is any doubt on whether or not your headlights should be on, turn them on. Lights not only help you see better in early twilight, but they also make it easier for other drivers to see you.
Keep headlights, taillights and signal lights clean. External dirt and debris can dim operational lights from being seen by others.
Make sure that your headlights are properly aimed. Misaimed headlights blind other drivers and reduce your ability to see the road.
Don’t overdrive your headlights; you should be able to stop inside the illuminated area, otherwise, you are creating a blind crash area in front of your vehicle.
For more information about keeping your vehicle in a safe, dependable operating condition, visit the VehicleCare website at www.vehiclecare.in

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Motorist Checklist for Fall Car Care Month in Winters

Motorist Checklist for Fall Car Care Month in Winters

The last thing any driver needs is a vehicle that breaks down in cold, harsh winter weather. The VehicleCare recommends that car owners follow its Fall Car Care Month checklist and inspect their vehicles before the temperatures drop and severe weather hits.

Heating, Wipers & Lights

  • Make sure heaters, defrosters and wipers work properly.
  • Consider winter wiper blades and use cold-weather washer fluid. As a general rule, wiper blades should be replaced every six months.
  • Check to see that all exterior and interior lights work and headlights are properly aimed.

Tires & Brakes

  • Check the tire tread depth and tire pressure of all tires, including the spare. If snow and ice are a problem in your area, consider special tires designed to grip slick roads.
  • During winter, tire pressure should be checked weekly.
  • Have the brakes checked. The braking system is the vehicle’s most important safety item.

Gas, Oil & Filters

  • Keep your gas tank at least half full throughout the cold weather to prevent moisture from forming in gas lines and possibly freezing.
  • Be diligent about changing the oil and filter at recommended intervals. Dirty oil can spell trouble in winter. Consider changing to “winter weight” oil if you live in a cold climate.
  • Check the fuel, air and transmission filters at the same time.

*System Checks – Charging, Cooling & Exhaust
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  • Have the battery and charging system checked, as cold weather is hard on batteries.
  • Clean, flush and put new antifreeze in the cooling system. As a rule of thumb, this should be done every two years.
  • Have the exhaust system checked for carbon monoxide leaks, which can be especially dangerous during cold weather driving when windows are closed.

*Pack the Essentials
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  • Make sure that your ice scraper and snow brush are accessible and ready to use.
  • Stock an emergency kit with jumper cables, a flashlight, blankets, extra clothes, bottled water, non perishable food and a first aid kit with any needed medication.

“Winter magnifies existing problems like hard starts, sluggish performance and rough idling, so a little car care now is a sensible way to avoid being stranded out in the cold later. Whether you perform the inspection and maintenance yourself or go to a trusted repair shop, it’s a small investment of time and money to help avoid the cost and hassle of a breakdown during the cold winter months ahead.”

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CAUSES OF ENGINE OIL LEAKS, THEIR EFFECTS & THE BEST WAY TO AVOID A LEAK

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CAUSES OF ENGINE OIL LEAKS, THEIR EFFECTS & THE BEST WAY TO AVOID A LEAK

Car fluids play a key role in ensuring that your vehicle runs optimally. Sometimes, after parking your car in a spot for a while, you may notice liquid spots underneath your vehicle. This is a clear indicator that some type of car fluid is leaking. This article will mainly discuss the most common type of fluid leak; engine oil leak. However, before we delve into oil leaks, their common causes, and how to avoid getting them, we will quickly highlight other types of car fluid leaks that can occur, how they can be identified and where they are typically observed. These vehicle fluids include:

Antifreeze Fluid Leak – If you notice a patch of thick fluid that is yellow, pink, or green in colour around or under your car, it may indicate that you have an antifreeze leak.
Steering Fluid Leak – This type of leak typically occurs around the front area of the car. The fluid can either be brown or red in colour and it is usually thin.
Water Leak – Water leaks can often be served underneath the car. If you have this leak, you are likely to see a small pool of clear and odourless liquid.
Transmission Fluid Leak – If your car is stationary, you may notice a thick patch of brown or red fluid around the mid-section of your car which may point to a transmission fluid leak.
Brake Fluid Leak – If you notice an oily patch that is has a clear to brown colour near the passenger side seat or around your car’s wheels it may indicate that your brake fluid is leaking.
A fluid patch under or around your car may indicate that you have either of several of the leaks highlighted above. However, the leaks above are not as common as engine oil leaks. The Importance Of Maintaining Your Cars Oil Level The engine is the most important part of your car and it plays the key role of keeping your car in motion. The engine has many components which are usually working simultaneously when your car is in motion. Due to the motion of all the engine components, there is usually a lot of friction in this part of your car. Engine oil usually acts as a lubricant reducing friction among all the components hence ensuring that your car runs smoothly while at the same time enhancing the lifespan of all parts of the engine. To keep all engine parts moving as they should you need to ensure that you have high-quality engine oil at all times. This means that you should change your oil periodically. At Absolute Car Care, we recommend that you do this at least every 5 months or after every 5,000 miles. Failure to change your oil will lead to excessive friction which will, in turn, cause corrosion within your engine. Should you fail to change your engine oil as recommended, the oil may lose its viscosity and lubricating ability. In the auto maintenance industry, experts call this ‘becoming dirty’. Irregular engine oil changes often manifest themselves as an oil leak. For a parked car that has an oil leak, you may notice a puddle of brown liquid that has a greasy texture underneath the front of your car. It is however worth noting that some cars today have a cover underneath the engine which makes it harder to spot an engine oil leak. To understand if you have an oil leak, you may need to do a more thorough inspection by popping the hood of your car and checking if your engine is covered with oil or if there are small puddles that have collected around your engine. If you have an engine oil leak, it may have been predicted by several factors such as:1. Worn Out Gaskets and Oil Pans The oil that you add to your engine for lubrication purposes is usually held in place then pumped by a pan and gaskets that are usually located at the bottom of the engine. If you drive often on rough roads with a lot of loose gravel and other debris, they can cause damage to the pan and gaskets causing the oil within to leak slowly.2. Improperly Installed Engine Oil Components Your engine oil may leak if:

The oil pan and gaskets are fitted too tight. Ideally, when fitting the pan and gaskets, the tightness should be evenly distributed
The oil filter is fitted loosely causing the oil to leak as it flows into the engine
3. Defective Valve Seals and Rings If the valve seals and rings in your engine oil system are damaged, they can lead to small oil leaks. Always remember that engine oil leaks do not just happen when your car is parked. Sometimes they can occur when your car is in motion. Should that happen, the heat from your engine will burn up the leaking oil producing a noticeable odour. An oil leak can cause a lot of damage to your engine components. If it goes undetected for some time, you may even have to end up overhauling your entire engine. The best way to avoid the problems that follow an oil leak and other car fluid leaks? Take your car for regular inspection, get your oil changed as regularly as you can, and ensure your car gets serviced often. At Absolute Car Care, we can do all of the above at a pocket-friendly rate. To get your car tuned for optimal performance, simply schedule an appointment with us to visit

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CAN WATER DAMAGE YOUR CARS ALTERNATOR?c

CAN WATER DAMAGE YOUR CARS ALTERNATOR?c

When you have a car, you need to know how to take care of it. You’ll want to make sure that you understand the various things that can go wrong with it and when you need to get it repaired. One of the parts of a car that you need to keep an eye on is the alternator.

The alternator is a vital part of the car. Inside your vehicle, the alternator is taking mechanical energy and turning it into available energy by a spinning pully, and it’s stored in the car’s battery. The alternator is not waterproof and when/if it is submerged, you will need to get it looked at. The repairs will be necessary so that your car can work properly.

If you have your ignition on, you will see that a battery light will appear on your dashboard. It may also come on while you are driving, and this means that you will need to get it looked at. The alternator can also go bad when there are plates in the car that are not working correctly. This can cause the battery to fail. Even more, it can make the whole ignition system to die.

Sometimes, you may notice that your headlights or the dashboard lights are dimming or going out completely. This happens when the car is idling. You will find that while the engine is turned on, they will get brighter. If this is happening with your car, you may have a bad alternator. You will want to find out if it is the alternator or a battery that is going bad. Regardless, getting the car the attention it needs is the best thing that you can do for yourself. You’ll want to make sure that your car is operating well at all times. It can make a huge difference for you now and in the future.

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FRONT-END ALIGNMENT VS 4-WHEEL ALIGNMENT: LEARNING THE DIFFERENCE

FRONT-END ALIGNMENT VS 4-WHEEL ALIGNMENT: LEARNING THE DIFFERENCE

While driving down the road, you may be fighting the steering wheel as your vehicle seems to want to drift off towards the right or left. Does this sound familiar to you? If so, it may be time for an alignment. If you get an alignment, you’re ensuring a safer and smoother ride – all while prolonging the life of your tires. Other benefits of wheel alignment include ensuring optimal drivability and consuming less energy (fuel savings).

Your vehicle has four wheels (most likely), and all four must be adjusted for alignment, right? Well, not necessarily. Your car might only need a front-end alignment. So, what’s the difference between a front-end alignment vs. a 4-wheel alignment. You may be surprised to realize that there isn’t much difference at all! Let’s dive into it.

The DifferenceFront-end alignment

A front-end alignment is better known as a 2-wheel. As the name suggests, the mechanic will carry out alignment on just the front wheels. Generally speaking, it might include a toe, camber, and caster adjustment. Certain vehicles consist of a solid rear axle that never requires adjustment.

With a front-end alignment, the technician might also require to perform what is called a “thrust angle adjustment”. In general, it’s a procedure that enables the technician to determine that each of the four wheels is “square” with each other.

4-wheel alignment

As you might probably guess, this 4-wheel alignment usually involves an adjustment of all four wheels. Typically, if your vehicle is an all-wheel-drive model comprising independent suspensions, it will need a 4-wheel alignment. Service consists of a caster and front toe adjustment. For the rear wheels, they’ll receive a camber and toe adjustment.

The Importance of Knowing When You Need a Wheel Alignment

Consumers don’t have to understand the exact difference! In case you notice any signs of wheel misalignment (for example, the vehicle’s pulling to one side), your car might need some assistance. The mechanic will decide if a front-end or 4-wheel alignment is appropriate.

Vehiclecare Performs Front-end and 4-wheel alignment.

If your vehicle’s steering feels a bit off, bring it to Vehiclecare. Our technicians use the HawkEye Elite Alignment Machine to check for alignment. Allowing the problem to linger might lead to premature severe tire wear. At Vehiclecare, they perform both front-end and 4-wheel alignment work for all sorts of vehicle models and years. For any questions, Visit www.vehiclecare.in
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HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT SMELLS COMING FROM YOUR CAR’S ENGINE

HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT SMELLS COMING FROM YOUR CAR’S ENGINE

Cars are our faithful servants. Give them proper service and repairs, and be sure of getting many hours on the road with minimal problems. However, not every car problem can be solved during the regularly scheduled service checks, and you should be keen to note anything strange with your car since it might be the sign of a more significant issue. Common symptoms include noise, but being conscious of unusual smells can help you detect specific problems early on. Here are some of the more common car odors that can be detected and let you know what to be aware of when you encounter that specific odor.
Burnt Rubber
The smell of burnt rubber indicates one thing; rubber has got into contact with hot material and is burning. When it strikes you, try and look at all the rubber parts of your car. In most cases, the burning could be due to the friction between it and a moving metal part. It could indicate a slipping belt or a loose hose from the cooling and/or power steering system.
Hot Oil
When you drive, the oil heats up, but it’s enclosed in its system, and you should not feel its burning smell. Once you smell this, know that there is a leakage in the oil circulation system, and it could be dropping on a hot part such as the exhaust system. The next step of action you should take is scheduling an appointment to bring your vehicle in to be inspected and have the issue corrected. If left untreated, low oil levels can damage the engine of your vehicle.
Gasoline
Smelling gasoline while driving implies that there is a leakage in one of the pipes passing it. The gas leak could be either in the fuel injector or fuel tank. If you have a car/vehicle from the 70s or earlier, a constant fuel odor after you turn off the engine might be typical; if that odor is strong, do not wait to get it checked out. Schedule an appointment to bring it in to our auto repair center.
Burning Carpet
This smell indicates that there could be an issue with your brake pads or your rotors may be overheating. Note that brakes are a critical part of your car, and any issue with them should be corrected quickly to avert any hazard.
If the smell continues and you haven’t been driving in stop-and-go traffic, we highly recommend you have your brakes inspected as soon as possible.
Syrup
This sweet smell is derived from the engine coolant leakage. This isn’t nice for your engine since the coolant relies on the enclosed system to cool your engine. A leakage in the coolant can lead to overheating of the engine. Be cautious when opening the radiator, and do not do it when it is too hot to avoid getting burnt.
This can be a major issue and wreak havoc on your car, including causing your vehicle to overheat.
Rotten Eggs
This smell shows that your catalytic converter has a problem. The converter is designed to convert the gases coming from your engine into a form that can be released, and smelling this shows that it is not functioning well. In some cases, it can be an indication that the engine has an issue that is overwhelming the catalytic converter.
Don’t stress yourself over what they might indicate and bring it into India's favorite auto repair shop and maintain your peace of mind knowing our mechanics will diagnose and repair any problem you may have with your vehicle.

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OIL CHANGE

OIL CHANGE

Your engine’s oil serves several important functions within your car’s engine:
It keeps the metal parts of your engine from touching
It contains detergents that help clean your engine’s moving parts
It transports dirt to the oil filter instead of allowing it to build up in the oil pan
It helps move heat out of the engine
Without regular oil changes, your oil will lose its ability to do all of the above, taking years off the life of your engine.
What’s the best oil weight for your car or truck? Should you use different oils for different seasons? The experts at Absolute Car Care will answer these questions for you.
Oil changes don’t cost a lot and don’t take very much time, so why avoid them? VehicleCare will make sure that the correct premium oil is used in the service of your vehicle and that your oil change is done right and on time.

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HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT SMELLS COMING FROM YOUR CAR’S ENGINE

HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT SMELLS COMING FROM YOUR CAR’S ENGINE

Cars are our faithful servants. Give them proper service and repairs, and be sure of getting many hours on the road with minimal problems. However, not every car problem can be solved during the regularly scheduled service checks, and you should be keen to note anything strange with your car since it might be the sign of a more significant issue. Common symptoms include noise, but being conscious of unusual smells can help you detect specific problems early on. Here are some of the more common car odors that can be detected and let you know what to be aware of when you encounter that specific odor.

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1. Burnt Rubber
The smell of burnt rubber indicates one thing; rubber has got into contact with hot material and is burning. When it strikes you, try and look at all the rubber parts of your car. In most cases, the burning could be due to the friction between it and a moving metal part. It could indicate a slipping belt or a loose hose from the cooling and/or power steering system.

  1. Hot Oil
    When you drive, the oil heats up, but it’s enclosed it its system, and you should not feel its burning smell. Once you smell this, know that there is a leakage in the oil circulation system, and it could be dropping on a hot part such as the exhaust system. The next step of action you should take is scheduling an appointment to bring your vehicle in to be inspected and have the issue corrected. If left untreated, low oil levels can damage the engine of your vehicle.

  2. Gasoline
    Smelling gasoline while driving implies that there is a leakage in one of the pipes passing it. The gas leak could be either in the fuel injector or fuel tank. If you have a car/vehicle from the 70s or earlier, a constant fuel odor after you turn off the engine might be typical; if that odor is strong, do not wait to get it checked out. Schedule an appointment to bring it into our auto repair center.

  3. Burning Carpet
    This smell indicates that there could be an issue with your brake pads or your rotors may be overheating. Note that brakes are a critical part of your car, and any issue with them should be corrected quickly to avert any hazard.

If the smell continues and you haven’t been driving in stop-and-go traffic, we highly recommend you have your brakes inspected as soon as possible.

  1. Syrup This sweet smell is derived from the engine coolant leakage. This isn’t nice for your engine since the coolant relies on the enclosed system to cool your engine. A leakage in the coolant can lead to overheating of the engine. Be cautious when opening the radiator, and do not do it when it is too hot to avoid getting burnt.

This can be a major issue and wreak havoc on your car, including causing your vehicle to overheat.

  1. Rotten Eggs This smell shows that your catalytic converter has a problem. The converter is designed to convert the gases coming from your engine into a form that can be released, and smelling this shows that it is not functioning well. In some cases, it can be an indication that the engine has an issue that is overwhelming the catalytic converter.

Don’t stress yourself over what they might indicate and bring it into your favorite auto repair shop and maintain your peace of mind knowing our mechanics will diagnose and repair any problem you may have with your vehicle.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF WHEEL BEARING MAINTENANCE

THE IMPORTANCE OF WHEEL BEARING MAINTENANCE

Everyone knows that good, sturdy wheels are required for cars to function normally. However, you may be unaware of how simple components that form part of your vehicle’s wheels are integral to proper working wheels.
There are components in your vehicle that are designed to move. A great example is the wheel bearing. It promotes efficient wheel rotation through movement. However, wheel bearings need to be serviced for them to work harmoniously with other wheel parts.

Servicing your vehicle’s wheel bearings can significantly improve the safety of your vehicle. You shouldn’t disregard the condition of your wheels when driving in India.

You can experience uneven wear on your brakes or tires if you have faulty wheel bearings. Your vehicle can still experience other severe damage. This puts you and the occupants of your vehicle at an increased risk of being in an accident.

Your wheel bearings should be serviced as soon as you notice any issues. Don’t overlook any warning signs of wheel bearing problems. There are several symptoms that you can notice if your wheel bearings start failing.

The most common symptom of a bad wheel bearing is the noise produced around the tire area. Listen carefully so that you don’t mistake this sound as mere engine noise. Bad wheel bearings produce a grinding, granting, or whining sound. This sound gets louder the more you accelerate.

Worn out wheel bearings can also cause steering wheel vibration. If you notice this, you should immediately get your vehicle checked at VehicleCare. This problem progresses and worsens as you accelerate or make a turn.

Bad wheel bearings can cause vague steering. Such bearings may make your car feel loose while steering. This is caused by the worn-out bearings that become loose within the wheel hub.

Worn-out wheel bearings can lead to abnormal tire wear. You should get your car checked out by experienced technicians if you notice uneven tire wear. At VehicleCare, we diagnose the source of uneven tire wear. If it is caused by worn out wheel bearings, we’ll replace them immediately.

You should know that your wheel bearings won’t last long if you notice any of these symptoms. You can’t really tell how much time and miles are left. The lifespan of your wheel bearings mainly depends on operating conditions and the wheel quality. Such faulty bearings may end up damaging other components of your vehicle.
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