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Car Trouble 101: An Exhaust Leak

Have you been noticing vibrations when you're driving? Have you been seeing small leaks in or around your car? Do you notice that you aren't getting great gas mileage anymore? Has your engine been making a hissing sound? You might have an exhaust leak.

Although you may take your car in for regular oil checks, it's still possible to develop an exhaust leak in your vehicle. 

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What’s the Difference Between Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive Vehicles?

It's no secret that buying a new car can be an incredible experience, but it can also be stressful and frustrating, as well. It's important that you pay attention to the perks and benefits that each of these car types has to offer as you search for the right vehicle.

One of the best reasons to choose a rear-wheel drive vehicle is that these cars tend to be more durable.

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Enhanced Audio Fidelity in the 2018 Mazda CX-5

If you're someone who enjoys listening to music on your daily commute, take a look at the 2018 Mazda CX-5. This popular crossover is available with high-quality sound equipment. With its impressive infotainment center, you'll have everything you need to enjoy your ride.

The Mazda Connect system provides you with complete control over your music library. It comes with numerous applications that let you stream media. 

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Take A Glance at the Mazda CX-9 Exterior Design Features

Mazda vehicles are very attractive and appealing to the eye and we here at Team Mazda are very excited about the upcoming 2018 Mazda CX-9. This popular 3 row SUV is created by talented Japanese automotive technicians, known for delivering quality and quantity, producing an elegant vehicle with auto and manual transmissions and four-wheel and forward wheel drivetrains.

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Extreme Temperatures and Your Car’s Battery

Your vehicle’s battery provides the current that is necessary to for the starter and ignition system to crank the engine. If your battery fails, your vehicle won’t start. When the temperature is extremely hot or cold outside, it can cause your battery to have issues.

Winter is the time when your vehicle’s battery is most likely to experience issues. 

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Driving Safely in the Rain

Hydroplaning can happen out of nowhere, and it can seem like you are totally powerless to avoid it. However, it is crucial to stay calm and avoid hitting the brakes hard. You should try to stay going in the center of the lane and avoid sharp turns of the steering wheel.

The most effective way you can stay in control in the rain is to have your tires checked regularly before you hit the road. 

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Monthly Checks to Avoid a Tire Blowout

Sometimes a tire blowout is entirely unavoidable, but there are a few things to check on your tires that could prevent a future blowout.

Monthly, check the tire pressure. Tire manufacturers stamp the recommend PSI measurement on the side of each tire. Check the spare tire too. If a tire is constantly losing pressure, it may have a slow leak. A leaking tire can suddenly tear and blowout.

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DIY headlight Cleaning Methods

It’s easy to forget about your headlights when it comes time for your vehicle’s routine maintenance, but they need a good cleaning from time to time. Road debris and weather take their toll on the lenses after a while. You may want to try a couple of techniques to clean them yourself.

The first one works well on plastic headlights. Put some toothpaste on a warm damp cloth and simply scrub the lenses, repeating as necessary. When you’ve cleaned them, use a clean damp cloth to rinse them. 

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