BMW Electrical Issue Check

How to Fix Electronic Issues in BMWs

by fastladmin October 15, 2018

If you are a BMW owner, then you probably love your car. And when you love your car, you want to make sure it’s always running in top shape. Besides, you have to get where you’re going, right? Like all

What is the Role of the Volvo’s Tie Rod?

by fastladmin September 23, 2018

Two of the greatest inventions in the modern driving experience are smooth power steering and suspension. It separates practical, modern mobility from antiques that are meant to be seen rather than driven on the road. In fact, cars that do

Reasons Behind Crank Seal Oil Leaks in Minis

by fastladmin September 6, 2018

Oil leaks are a common problem in any vehicle, and they often are indicators of larger problems in your car. Older Minis have a tendency to develop oil leaks when their crankshaft seals begin to wear down, crack, and break.

Volvo HVAC Compressor

Why Does the HVAC Compressor Fail in Volvo

by fastladmin August 22, 2018

One of the most frustrating experiences to deal with in your Volvo is dealing with a faulty AC compressor. During the hot summer months, the air conditioning can be a saving grace from the blistering heat, but compressor failure means

BMW 5 Series

Tips to Maintain the PCV Valve in Your BMW

by fastladmin August 7, 2018

Owning and operating a BMW is a pleasure, but one that requires some attention to maintenance. The slightest disruption in performance can result in a snowball effect of problems. In order to maintain the car’s speed, functionality, and overall performance,

BMW Fuel Injector Inspection

Tips to Maintain the Fuel Injectors of Your BMW

by fastladmin July 23, 2018

The BMW is a powerhouse of a performance vehicle. Drivers are drawn to their ability to pick up speed and handle sharp curves. Due to their German engineering, BMW’s are widely accepted as being long-lasting vehicles that can power and

Mini Cooper Head Gasket

Know the Issues Related to the Head Gasket of a MINI

by fastladmin July 8, 2018

The head gasket can be found in-between the engine block and cylinder head. Located within the engine, it is used to cover the cylinder to inhibit oil or engine leaks. Built to handle high and low-pressure levels, the head gasket

Car Parts

Why OEM Parts Should be Used in Your Car

by fastladmin June 24, 2018

To make sure your car receives optimal care, it’s helpful to know some of the different options you’ll come across as a consumer, including whether to use OEM or after-market parts. In this article, we’ll provide you with a little

Volvo XC70 Electrical Fault

How to Deal with Electrical Faults in Volvo XC70

by fastladmin June 9, 2018

All cars run into problems from time to time—even the most well cared for cars out there experience malfunctions and failures that require correcting. In Volvos, the great majority of problems, especially in the Volvo XC70 model, are related to

BMW Rear Window Wiper

What Causes Rear Window Wiper Failure in BMW 5 Series?

by fastladmin May 24, 2018

Auto maintenance comes in many forms. Some maintenance and repair tasks are more complex than others, such as transmission overhauls or engine rebuilding, whereas other maintenance tasks seem relatively simple, like replacing a burned-out tail light. However, surprisingly, many drivers

Car Brake Fluid

Why Changing Your Car’s Brake Fluid is Essential

by fastladmin May 10, 2018

Routine care and maintenance is critical for any vehicle’s performance, let alone a luxury import vehicle like a BMW, Mini Cooper, or Volvo. In order to keep such cars running optimally, it’s important to follow a strict maintenance and care

Volvo Transmission Check

Signs That Indicate Your Volvo’s Transmission Is About to Fail

by fastladmin April 24, 2018

Car trouble is never a walk in the park—it always interferes with our day, week, month, or even year. It generally costs us time, money, effort, and energy that we can’t get back; however, the cost of fixing car issues

Volvo Oil Level Check

Why Does My Volvo Consume So Much Oil?

by fastladmin April 7, 2018

All cars require a consistent level of care in order to preserve their performance, reliability, and longevity. Part of ongoing vehicle care is maintaining engine oil levels and quality. Volvos are unique in the performance industry in that they offer

Oil Cooler Gasket Replacement

Why Does the Oil Cooler Gasket Malfunction in Your Car?

by fastladmin March 21, 2018

Automotive issues are never simple, and finding an automotive specialist who can accurately diagnose the problem seems near impossible. If you own a car, you’ve likely already spent hundreds to thousands of dollars in automotive shops attempting to fix problems,

Mini Cooper Battery Check

Possible Reasons Why Your MINI is Failing to Start

by fastladmin March 3, 2018

Car trouble always seems to happen at the most inconvenient times; when we’re in a rush, on our way to an important business meeting, or trying to get to the bank before it closes. While it’s especially concerning when your

Avoiding Deer on the Freeway

by fastladmin May 1, 2013

A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine hit a deer while traveling on the freeway (the I-280). The damage was so extensive that insurance totaled it. Deer are most likely to travel onto roadways at dawn and dusk

Vehicle Will Not Start?

by fastladmin May 1, 2013

We heavily rely on our vehicles for our daily tasks and it can be extremely frustrating if your car will not start. If this is happening to you there can be multiple causes. Suspect number one: the battery. Perhaps your

The Importance of Coolant

by fastladmin April 1, 2013

Coolant is the fluid that flows around the engine block to help keep the temperature of the engine down, in your vehicle it is often a mix of antifreeze with water. The main components of the engine cooling system include

The Difference Between the Check Engine Light and Service Engine Soon

by fastladmin March 1, 2013

There are two lights that may illuminate on your dash (depending on your make and model) and it is good to know the difference between them as well as what they mean. The “Check Engine” light is a notification that

The 10 Worst Things You Can Do To Your Car

by fastladmin January 1, 2013

This is an article written by Business Insider. The direct webpage can be viewed: here. Since articles can be moved or deleted, and I quite enjoyed their post, I have posted the entire posting below. Like the human body, ignoring

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