Nissan Navara Engine Oil Low Light Reset

Nissan Navara oil low light reset equipped on D40 is the engine oil level and oil change schedule indicator located on the instrument pane...

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Steering Wheel Shakes at High Speeds

Car Symptoms: While driving the steering wheel shakes at high speeds.

Possible Cause: Imbalance front wheel or a loose front end parts.

Car Problem Diagnosis: The most common cause of steering wheel shakes at high speeds is the imbalance front wheel. Wheel becomes imbalance if the weight of the wheel is not distributed evenly throughout the wheel which means that some portions of the wheel are with heavy spots. If there is heavy spots on the wheel it will not rotate evenly then will starts to vibrate at high speeds.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Car Vibrates when Stopped

Car Symptoms: The car vibrates when stopped.
Possible Cause: The rear shoes and drums are misaligned.

Trouble shooting car vibration when stopped
Usually when the car vibrates when stopped it means that there is something wrong with the rear brakes. The reason is that the rear shoes of the drums are not even contact during brake application, when I say not even contact it means that the rear shoes and drums are misaligned and this will cause vibration.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Ford Ecosport 1.5 Petrol Review

Today I had the opportunity to drive and make a Ford Ecosport 1.5 Petrol review for Titanium version which is top of the line of the Ecosport. At first glance from the outside I thought that this vehicle has small passenger cabin but I was surprise how spacious this little car was. The leg room and the head room are so much enough for the average Asian built.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Simple Ways to Make Your Car More Durable

Everyone wants their car to keep running forever. Although that might not quite be possible, there are things that can be done to make your car a little more durable. You want to get as much out of it as you possibly can, so here are some tips to help you out today.

Should You Buy a New Car... or Revamp Your Current One?

The sales of new cars have been on the decrease for some time now. Don’t get me wrong: the car industry is nothing if not a thriving, successful business. But the young are less and less able to afford new cars. And many older drivers are simply less willing to buy a new car.

Of course, when we say new, we mean brand spanking new. People are looking more into used cars these days. (Although even that is on the decrease due, again, to young adults having no money.) But if you’re a car owner who’s looking for a different ride, we have to ask: do you really need to buy a new car?