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Pre-Labor Day Roadtrip Maintenance

August 29th, 2014 by

Are you planning on taking a Labor Day trip with the family this weekend? You are not the only one. According to AAA, nearly 35 million people will be sharing the road with you. That’s the highest volume of roadtrippers since 2008. So before you clock out of work early and pack your car with

Coolant Temperature Sensor 101

August 27th, 2014 by

Sometimes, it’s the little things that can cause major issues. What Does the Coolant Temperature Sensor Do? The Coolant Temperature Sensor is about the size of a baby pacifier yet it is the main component in making sure your engine doesn’t overheat. It’s important job is to measure the temperature of your engine coolant and

Common Mercedes Problems: Crank Position Sensor

August 25th, 2014 by

Mercedes are known for being a superior car in comfort, style, and performance. However, like all cars, there are common problems that may occur the more miles you put on your Mercedes. A common Mercedes problem we see in our shop comes from a bad Crank Position Sensor. We will tell you all about this

How Is Your Car Like a Jet Plane?

August 21st, 2014 by

For most of last week, Chicagoans heard the shrieking sounds of Blue Angels speed overhead as they practiced for the Chicago Air & Water show. People travel from all over to sit and watch Jets swirl, turn, and maneuver, over North Avenue beach. As a pilot, you have to be fully aware of everything that