The First week in April is the best time of year to take off those Winter Tires and put on the 3 Season Tires.
The average temperature is now above the freezing point. The cold winter storms are behind us. (Fingers Crossed!) The Rubber composite of Snow Tires, Winter Tires
Synthetic Engine Oil – Good or Bad?
Heard alot of Pros and Cons about synthetic oil for your engine? Would like to learn more information? Well, synthetic motor oil is a substitute for conventional oil.
Synthetic doesn’t gel or gum-up like conventional oil and it doesn’t vaporize as easily. It
Hello Hamilton drivers. Today’s Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service auto care post focuses on your fuel filter. When your fuel isn’t clean, your fuel injectors can start to become clogged up and your vehicle engine may not get the proper amount of fuel at the correct pressure to run efficiently. This
It’s no surprise that your vehicle will drive better if all the wheels are pointed in the same direction. That’s called wheel alignment. If your wheels are out of alignment you may notice that your vehicle pulls to one side or the other.
Something that Hamilton drivers won’t notice right
Your brakes are extremely important as you drive around Hamilton, Ontario. Having good brakes just keeps you out of trouble. You’ll want to carefully maintain your brakes. With disc brakes, brake pads rub on a disc or rotor to slow the wheels. The brake pads are attached to a caliper
Your cooling system’s job is to keep your vehicle engine cool while driving around. 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 the cooled mix
We’ve all heard a car or truck in our Hamilton neighborhood that needs a new muffler. But there’s more to the exhaust system than just the muffler.
The exhaust system has three main functions:
To safely get hot exhaust gas from the engine out the tailpipe
Treats the exhaust to
In straight forward terms, springs hold up the body of your car. There are several types of springs: coil, leaf, torsion bar, etc. Their vital job is the heavy lifting.
Shocks and struts, on the other hand, are dampeners that keep body movement within the necessary range and press the