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Why Does My Car Pull To the Right?
If your Vehicle Pulls To One Side While You're Breaking, then it could be a Brake problem. Make sure your Brakes are pressurized properly. You also could need a Wheel Alignment. Check all four tires' air pressure to make sure each tire is inflated to its proper weight. Tires that are not aligned or that are out of balance will wear down unevenly causing your car to pull one way.
Why Are My Brakes Rusty?
Parking your vehicle outside, dampness from rain or snow accumulates and forms a very thin layer of rust on the surface of the Brake Rotors. This is normal as Brake Rotors will form a thin layer of rust that will wear off after driving a couple of miles. Having Rusty Rotors increases Brake Pad Wear. It may be cost-effective to have your vehicle's Brake Rotors replaced or resurfaced at the same time you have your Brake Pads replaced.
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A Multimedia Hub for Your Dash — Discover What New In-Car Tech Can do for You
Go ahead, release your inner tech geek. It's in vogue now, so why not show off the latest techie gear in your car too? Many of the car A/V products we sell offer the most modern technology for upgrading your vehicle. With a new touchscreen stereo, you'll be able to select the best source options and add other modern functions. And super-smart interfaces can incorporate that new gear and let you keep many of the factory features that you may already be using in your vehicle. Let's take a look.
8 Mechanic’s Tool Tips for DIYers
It's not only about having the right tools. These tool tips can show you when, where and how to use them. Sometimes that means using them for tasks they weren't designed for. Check out this collection of mechanics' tool tips—you're bound to find a couple to help you.