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Tips for Winter Car Care and Maintenance

Tips for Winter Car Care and Maintenance

  Tips for Winter Car Care and Maintenance Winter in Madison, Wisconsin is the number one time we need to make sure our vehicle is in working order. It is the season that most cars get damaged. During winter, there are many things that could go wrong starting with getting into an accident because of not being able to see out properly or being stranded by a dead battery of your car. For most of us, we would not want to face the winter without winter gear like gloves, coat, and other cold weather gear. The same goes for your car, it deserves the highest level of protection during the Madison winter! Why your car needs a winter car care During winter months, your car paint, tire, windows, and other elements are at the mercy of harsh elements such as sleet, snow, salt, rain, wind, gravel and many other elements.  The best time to prepare, inspect and get ready for the winter is before the snow hits. Don’t fret if you haven’t though ... read more

My Check Engine Light Is On, What Should I Do!?

You're driving along the Beltline, singing to the radio, and longing for being on the beach. Out of the blue there it is … the orange shine of the check engine light (CEL). What do you do now? Do you drive straight home? Pull off? Go Into A Frenzy?! Just please, don't disregard it! The best thing to help keep away from an huge repair is to have it analyzed and repaired immediately. Not at all like your Maintenance light, which is set to go off at particular mileage intervals, the check engine light will go off when the vehicles PC distinguishes an issue. While there are literally dozens of reasons your check engine light might be set off, however there's normally no compelling reason to freeze. There are a couple of things to remember when your check engine light goes on. No one likes to see their car's “Check Engine” light come on. The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a lo ... read more


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