European Car Care Tips

  • Car SRS Light

    What Danger does the SRS Light on the Dashboard Indicate

    Posted on November 8, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    As a car owner, you probably know what most of your dashboard lights mean. That blinking stick figure with the seatbelt across it means you need to buckle up. The half circle with the exclamation point in the middle means …

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  • Porsche Fuel Injection Pump

    How Does a Failed Fuel Pump Affect Your Porsche?

    Posted on October 23, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    The Porsche remains a popular car. Sporty, trendy, timeless. They never lose their appeal. Unfortunately, these popular European imports have an Achilles heel. Porsche mechanics acknowledge an oddly high percentage of Porsches have fuel pump issues. Find out how …

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  • Volvo Motor Mount

    Why is the Motor Mount Important for Your Volvo?

    Posted on October 6, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    What does the motor mount do for your Volvo?

    Your Volvo relies on all kinds of parts, components, and systems in order to function optimally at all times. The engine mount, or motor mount, in your Volvo plays …

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  • Mini Cooper S

    When Should You Replace the PCV Valve in Your Mini?

    Posted on September 19, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    Gas prices determine many of our choices in travel and in our vehicles. For example, we know we can afford a more expensive vehicle if we can make it up with better gas mileage. One of the little-known secrets …

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  • Mercedes Crankshaft Position Sensor Check

    What are the Effects of a Bad Crankshaft Position Sensor in a Mercedes?

    Posted on September 3, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    Mercedes-Benz is a brand that is known for its exceptional quality in design and engineering, which translates into its high-end performance standards and comfort. Although Mercedes is one of the top automotive brands in the world, they are a true …

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  • Mercedes Fuse Check

    Symptoms of Aluminum Fuse Failure in Mercedes

    Posted on August 18, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    Mercedes-Benz has a reputation for being a designer of cars with elegance and style. They are cars that drive down the interstate as if it were a fashion show runway. With their sleekness and power, you would expect them to …

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  • Porsche Ignition Lock

    Is There a Case of Ignition Lock Failure in Your Porsche?

    Posted on August 3, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    The Ignition Lock Assembly: It’s Form and Function

    The ignition lock assembly is something you see and use everyday in your Porsche, but likely don’t think about its function or form usually. Located on the right side of the …

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  • Jaguar Air Suspension Repair

    Common Symptoms of Air Suspension Failure in a Jaguar

    Posted on July 20, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    How is air suspension different from traditional models?

    Air suspensions are pneumatic systems, or systems that run off of pressurized air. Although they are comprised of many different parts like the traditional suspension models, they have two main components …

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  • Volvo Ignition Switch

    How to Recognize a Faulty Ignition Switch in Your Volvo

    Posted on July 5, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    Although Volvos are some of the most reliable vehicles on the market today, they still experience common issues such as ignition switch failure. If you’re a Volvo driver, it’s important to stay informed on how to keep your car …

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  • Volvo Steering Wheel

    How to Detect Transfer Case Failure in a Volvo

    Posted on June 21, 2018 | By Greg Phillips

    Although Volvos are some of the most highly respected vehicles in the world, they still have their fair share of common problems. When these issues arise, it is critical to pay close attention to the symptoms your Volvo exhibits so …

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