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Why Is My Fuel Economy Lagging – Vancouver Auto Repair

It seems like we can’t catch a break when it comes to gas prices. Prices sunk during the pandemic shutdown, but many people didn’t have anywhere to drive so they couldn’t take advantage of the low prices. Now that things are opened back up, prices have soared once again.   With no relief in sight, drivers are always looking for better fuel economy. But what happens if your gas mileage has suddenly taken a nosedive? Fuel economy can fluctuate depending on driving conditions and your vehicle of choice. However, if you’ve noticed a decrease lately but your driving situation hasn’t really changed, then you might have a problem that needs some repair.   Most Common Causes of Bad Gas Mileage   Your vehicle can see a dip in fuel economy for several reasons. Here’s a breakdown of what can cause a decline and what you can do to fix it.   Problems With Your Vehicle – obviously, when your fuel ... read more

Does Your Car Have Any of These Brake Problems – Vancouver Auto Repair

Brakes; they’re kind of important, right? Obviously, every part of your vehicle is important, but without your brakes you’d be crazy to even take your vehicle on the road. When your brakes are working properly you don’t give them much thought. But if they start to screech or they feel soft when you press the brake pedal, then you take notice.   A little screeching is annoying, but it doesn’t mean your vehicle will suddenly be unable to stop. However, there are some brake problems that you should never put off. Doing so, could compromise your safety.   Serious Brake Problems You Shouldn’t Ignore   There are numerous things that can go wrong with your brakes. Here are five things you should never ignore.   Brake pedal feels spongy – your brake pedal should always feel firm, instead of squishy. If your pedal doesn’t really give you any resistance, or it pushes all the way to the floor ... read more

Top Driving Tips to Save You Money

Top Driving Tips to Save You Money There are a lot of ways to save money when you drive. In fact, your driving habits play a huge role in how much you spend on your vehicle. No matter what time of year it is, you can save money by following some very simple steps. You use your car for a lot of reasons. And you rely on it to get you where you need to be. But if you want to save yourself some extra cash every month, then stick to these tips to get the most out of your car, truck, crossover, or SUV. 1. Time for a Tune-Up – there’s no better way to ruin a road trip than by getting stuck on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere. That’s just one reason that getting a tune-up is a smart idea. Your mechanic will check all the key components of your vehicle, including fluids, filters, battery, brakes, and more to make sure your car is running properly. This can save you on your road trip and in your every day commuting. 2. F ... read more

Getting Your Diesel Truck Engine Ready for Spring

Spring has sprung here in the northwest. That means the long, cold chill is now gone and it’s time for some serious rain in Clark County. Springtime is the perfect time to start cleaning things up around your home and to get ready for warmer weather ahead. It’s also a great time to give your diesel truck some extra attention. Just like your home, your diesel truck, or any vehicle for that matter, needs some extra care this time of year. Winter can be very harsh on your vehicle so now is a good time to give it some love. So what should you be looking for? Diesel Tune-up for Springtime For starters, have you taken the time to check your truck for any obvious issues? If not, that’s a good place to start. The cold weather takes its toll on all vehicles, and if you don’t pay attention to the little things they can end up costing you big, especially with a diesel truck engine. So here are a few things to pay attention to and some routine maintenance you should cons ... read more

Diesel Truck Maintenance Repair in Vancouver WA

If you own a diesel truck then you know it’s no ordinary engine. But how much do you really know about your engine? Diesel engines use compression to ignite the fuel inside the combustion chamber. Gas engines use a spark. But that’s not the only difference. These engines also require different maintenance. As diesel engines become a lot more common, in trucks, and in cars, some diesel owners might not be aware of the differences. But what you don’t know can hurt you. Stick to the Maintenance Schedule So it’s important that you understand all the important factors that go into keeping your diesel engine in top condition. For some, the maintenance might seem overwhelming. But really, you just need to follow your manufacturer’s guidance and stick to the maintenance schedule. That’s because diesel engines have become a lot more sophisticated. They have more horsepower and greater technology. They also have more torque and they must adh ... read more

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