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Under Pressure: Your TPMS System

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Flats, blow outs, skids and longer stopping distances can all be the result of driving around VA on underinflated tires. Now, it's hard to tell when a radial tire is underinflated but your friendly and knowledgeable CC Rosen can help you. The tire may not look low until it gets below 20 pounds – which is significantly underinflated. Your newer vehicle or light truck might be equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).
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Let's Talk Fuel Filters

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Generally speaking there's not a lot of dirt in the fuel supply, but there is enough that MOUNT CRAWFORD drivers want to screen it out.
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As you know, your vehicle has factory scheduled maintenance items. These range from oil changes to timing belt replacement to brake inspection. These recommendations are usually made for certain mileage or time intervals. . .

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Quality Replacement Parts

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Let me tell you about an experience at a well-established Italian restaurant that had changed hands a few months ago. The previous owners were an Italian couple that used old family recipes and fresh ingredients to make their pasta and sauces from scratch. They enjoyed stellar reviews for decades. . .

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Disc Brakes

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Question:
What are the signs that I need a brake job?

CC Rosen Answer:
Signs of brake problems often fall into one of two categories for New Market vehicles: making noise or a pulsation in the brake pedal. Let's start with the noise.

Most brake pads have an audible brake wear indicator. This is a small piece of metal that. . .

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Oxygen Sensor

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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. . .

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Anti-Lock Brakes

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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. . .

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Coolant Replacement at CC Rosen in New Market

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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. . .

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Timing Belt

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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. . .

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CC Rosen Automotive Tips: Axles

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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. . .

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