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7 Major Brake Parts and How They Function

January 13th, 2021 by

Major Brake Parts 101 Without the ability to stop, vehicles cannot get up and go. Well, technically speaking, they can start and move about, but it is not going to be pretty if they are unable to slow down and stop.  So, how does this happen, and what are the main parts that allow this

3 Main Types of Motor Oil and How they Are Made

September 16th, 2020 by

How Death Becomes Part of Our Everyday Life Over time, countless decomposing organisms work themselves into the earth. They mix and mingle with one another, making their way deeper and deeper, until eventually the build-up of heat and pressure turn the beautiful mess into an extremely valuable liquid, crude oil. A liquid that, once extracted

Types of Motor Oil

May 17th, 2020 by

What Is The Best For Your Vehicle Motor oil is the lifeblood of your car. The oil lubricates the moving parts to reduce friction and helps to keep the engine running at its best. Choosing the right motor oil for your vehicle makes a difference. There are four main types of oil. Understand the difference

Why Maintenance Matters

February 14th, 2020 by

How To Extend The Life Of Your Vehicle Vehicle maintenance in San Antonio is essential regardless of the vehicle type. For one thing, preventive measures such as regular checkups save a lot of money on auto repair. They also keep drivers, passengers, and others on the road safe. Auto Repair Gets Expensive Auto repair expenses

How To Change Your Car’s Oil

September 30th, 2019 by

Step By Step Guide Vehicle engines run at high speeds, and adequate lubrication is necessary to prevent damage from friction. Your owner’s manual has a maintenance schedule, but it’s not always easy to get your vehicle into the shop. Here’s a step-by-step guide from the pros at Carlisle Air Automotive in South San Antonio, Texas

Checking Your Engine Oil

September 27th, 2019 by

An Easy Guide It takes a lot of different fluids for your car or truck to run properly, but the engine oil might be the most important. While your owner’s manual prescribes a schedule for lube services, it’s a good idea to periodically conduct an oil inspection so you can assess the motor oil’s current