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How to Deal With Coolant Leaks in Your BMW

How to Deal With Coolant Leaks in Your BMW

How to Deal With Coolant Leaks in Your BMW Your BMW is a luxury vehicle that you depend on to deliver high levels of performance and comfort. Problems like a coolant leak may come out of nowhere and leave your car unable to operate at its best. So, what do you do when you’ve got a coolant leak in your BMW? First, you’ll need to be able identify the leak, then diagnose its source, and then finally get it fixed. This article is going to cover all of these topics. But first, let’s get a basic understanding of what coolant does for your vehicle What Coolant Does for your BMWCoolant, like the oil in your car, is absolutely critical to your BMW’s functioning. Coolant keeps the engine within a healthy temperature range to avoid overheating ... read more

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5 Warning Signs of Suspension Issues in Your Volkswagen

5 Warning Signs of Suspension Issues in Your Volkswagen

Your Volkswagen comes equipped with a state of the art suspension system. However, recent recalls over suspension concerns makes it doubly important to pay attention to the quality of your Volkswagen’s ride. This article is going to cover some of the most common signs that your Volkswagen has issues with the suspension. Keep an eye out for these warnings signs so you can get the problem addressed as soon as possible. Abnormally Bumpy Ride Chances are that you bought your Volkswagen for its smooth ride. So if you notice that you’re feeling every bump in the road as you drive, you may be experiencing issues with your Volkswagen’s suspension system. This occurs when the shocks or struts in your car are worn down and in need of replacement. One helpful way to determine the status of yo ... read more

Driving Habits

Keep your car clean. Mud on the undercarriage can weigh a significant amount and slow you down. Consolidate your daily trips and errands. This will also save you the cost of restarting your engine, which uses a lot of gas. Don’t throttle the gas or brake pedal! Sudden starts or stops use more gas than gradual changes in speed. Don’t idle for too long. Turn off the engine if you anticipate a lengthy wait. Limit car warm-ups in winter Clear out the trunk. More weight equals more drag. Avoid high speeds. We know this is almost impossible to resist but you can improve your gas mileage by up to 15 percent driving at 55 mph rather than 65 mph. Use overdrive. If your car is equipped with overdrive gearing use it as soon as your speed is high enough. Use cruise control. Maintaining a constant speed is ideal for improving your gas mileage

Servicing Your Vehicle

Replace the spark plugs in your engine regularly. This way, the air and fuel mixture will burn cleaner and more efficiently. Improve the intake/output system. By allowing gas to get in and exhaust to get out of your vehicle you will improve the vehicle’s overall performance and gas mileage. Reduce friction. Use high-quality or synthetic motor oil. Check your oil! Low oil makes your engine work harder. Change your filters. Dirty filters can sometimes increase the amount of fuel your vehicle uses by as much as 10 percent. Keep tires properly inflated and aligned. Check regularly to ensure your tires are fully inflated and your alignment is good. Get regular engine tune-ups and car maintenance checks. A lot can go wrong with a car. Damaged spark plugs or transmission problems can also contribute to poor gas mileage

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