Of all your car’s warning signals, the check engine light is the most frustrating. When the oil light goes on, you know your car is low on oil. Likewise, the seatbelt light is pretty straightforward. But when the check engine light goes on, the problem isn’t so simple. It could... continue reading.
By: Mike Veenstra Now that the worst of the cold weather appears to be behind us, we can all relax a bit and drive easier (while still navigating carefully for potholes which will take awhile for the city and the county to address). Soon all of West Michigan’s famous apple... continue reading.
This Michigan winter has most likely taken quite a toll on your vehicle. From accidentally sliding into iced over snow banks, bumping over crater-like potholes, salt spraying the undercarriage of your car, and maintaining your engine in below zero temps; this spring our cars definitely need some tender, loving care.... continue reading.
So you’ve been told the struts on your car are bad and need to be replaced. But what exactly is a strut and what does it do in your car anyways? It’s hard to know the importance of replacing a part you don’t know anything about. What are struts?... continue reading.
Have you ever noticed a dark puddle on the pavement where your car was parked? Engines use a number of different fluids to operate. And it’s not always easy for the average driver to tell what’s leaking. Looking under the hood may not help you out much either. Unfortunately, there... continue reading.