Posts By: Ed Fawcett Jr

Why is the Air Conditioning in My Car Not Working?

Air Conditioning Issues

When the air conditioner in your car stops working in the spring or summer, you won’t want to spend any time driving around. Sure, you can try to cool your car off by rolling the windows down. However, that’s not going to cut it when it’s especially humid outside. You’ll need to have your AC… Read more »

What Would Cause Your Transmission to Slip?

Transmission Slipping

Are you experiencing delays in acceleration when you’re driving your car? Do you have difficulty when it comes to shifting gears when you’re behind the wheel? Have you noticed that your RPM jumps to a noticeably higher level as you drive? These are all signs that your transmission is slipping, and there are a few… Read more »

Signs You’re Having Problems With Your Starter

Car Starter Issues

If you turn the key to start your car and nothing happens, you might have a dead battery. However, you might also have a problem with your vehicle’s starter. Your starter is one of the most important parts inside of your car, because if it isn’t working properly, you won’t be able to get your… Read more »

Why Won’t the Air Conditioning in My Car Work?

Car Air Conditioning Systems

There are few things worse than riding around in a hot car in the summertime with an air conditioner that just won’t work. If you find yourself in this predicament right now, there are a few reasons why your AC might be on the fritz. Check out why you might be dealing with air conditioning… Read more »

What Does a Coolant Flush Entail?

Coolant Flush

Vehicles utilize antifreeze, aka engine coolant, to remove excess heat made by internal combustion engines. This heat gets removed through the radiator. The term antifreeze comes from the idea that the coolant has chemicals in it that keeps it from freezing in cold weather. If did freeze up once the temperature dipped below 32, your… Read more »

What Happens if You Skip Oil Changes?

Could your body function without blood? Nope. Could your vehicle function without oil? Nope. Traditionally, vehicles needed their oil changed every 3,000 miles. Nowadays, some still do, while others can go 6,000 or even 10,000 miles, depending on how they’re made. Consult your vehicle’s manual to find out how often the oil should be changed…. Read more »