Many people hear the term “oxygen sensor" and figure it must have something to do with sensing oxygen. But they don’t really know much beyond that. Let’s break it down; your vehicle has an oxygen sensor in the exhaust manifold that measures how much unburned oxygen there is in the exhaust. The sensor reports its findings to the engine control unit (ECU), which knows. . .
Anti-lock brakes (ABS) help you stop faster. That is not always the case on loose gravel or snowy surfaces. Anti-lock brakes, in fact, are designed to help you maintain control of your vehicle in an emergency braking situation. . .
Your cooling system's job is to keep your vehicle engine cool while driving around New Market, Broadway and Broadway. Coolant (also called antifreeze) mixed with water flows through your engine and absorbs heat. The mixture then flows out to the radiator where it's cooled by air flowing over the radiator. From there. . .
Let's address a very important maintenance item for everyone in New Market VA – timing belt replacement. It's important because letting this one slide can lead to very expensive engine damage. . .
Your axles are the last link in transferring power from the engine to your wheels. They're strong parts that last a long time, but they can run into trouble. Most New Market, VA drivers know axles just wear out over time and need to be replaced. And sometimes axle seals leak, causing the axle to wear out prematurely. Lubricant leaks out, and water and dirt can get in and contaminate the gears. When this happens. . .
You may not be familiar with all of the items on your New Market auto service center's menu board so here is a quick description of some of the typical services that might be listed. Remember, the board is there for reference; speak to your friendly and knowledgeable CC Rosen service advisor about other possible needs or services. . .
Ever been in your local New Market grocery store and had one of those shopping carts? You know, the one with a messed up wheel that wobbles like crazy. Your cart shakes and pulls to one side; if you're not careful, it's clean up on aisle three. . .
CC Rosen Tech Question: My name is Landon. A bought a new minivan and it started smoking out the tail pipe. My New Market service center said my head gasket went out. What can I do to prevent this from happening again? CC Rosen Answer: The head gasket fits between the top of the engine and the cylinder head. Its job is to seal that connection and keep oil and coolant circulating. . .
As responsible New Market residents, we know we need to take care of our cars, but it just seems really hard to remember to do it. We generally accept that many things in life require regular maintenance but just may have not applied it to our vehicles. . .
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