Repairs

Why Does My Vehicle Always Break down When It’s Cold


This morning I sat in my car, with the hood up, the temperature was down to -7°F. I had to ask myself “why does my car only break down when it’s cold?” This is a question that I assume a lot of people ask themselves. When cold weather sets in, you might notice your car begins acting up more. Understanding what is happening to your vehicle in extreme cold can save on wear and tear in your engine. Preventative maintenance is...

Fix DOD & AFM Lifters Before They Seize


D.O.D & A.F.M Lifters Displacement on Demand (D.O.D), Active Fuel Management (A.F.M), or automotive variable displacement is a technology that turns off half the cylinders in an engine to improve fuel economy in most GM or Dodge gasoline-powered engines. GM BulletinNo.: 15-06-01-002FGM has approved two processes for removing the lifter when stuck in the bore. Use vice grips with a slide hammer, or use vice grips with a small pry bar. Metal Shavings in Your Engine! These engines use a hydraulic system to engage and...

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