Do You Have a Bad Gas Cap?

Do You Have a Bad Gas Cap?

Bad gas cap? Have you ever wondered why your car’s check engine light suddenly comes on, leaving you puzzled and worried about potential issues? One common culprit that many drivers overlook is a faulty gas cap. While it might seem like a minor component, a bad...
4 Signs of Radiator Issues

4 Signs of Radiator Issues

Your radiator is a key part of your cooling system that helps keep your car from overheating. If your radiator isn’t working, your cooling system will be unable to regulate internal temperatures. This can lead to an overheated engine, stalling, and costly repairs, not...
When to Change Your Fuel Filter

When to Change Your Fuel Filter

We all know that air filters and oil filters need to be changed every now and then to make sure your car is functioning properly. But how often should you change your fuel filters? What are fuel filters? Fuel filters are filters designed to filter impurities out of...
What are Carbon Deposits and How Do They Effect Your Engine?

What are Carbon Deposits and How Do They Effect Your Engine?

If you’re a car owner, you may have heard of carbon deposit buildups. But what causes carbon deposits to build up? In this blog we’re going to look into what causes carbon deposits to build up, why they’re bad, and what you can do about them! What causes carbon...
S.O.S. What To Do When Your Car Starts Smoking

S.O.S. What To Do When Your Car Starts Smoking

It feels like the last few years these summers in Washington State have been characterized by smoke. But besides smokey weather, there’s something else that we all dread even more: when your car starts smoking. Smoke coming from your car is always alarming. Here’s...
What Your Check Engine Light Means (and 3 Reasons It Might Be On)

What Your Check Engine Light Means (and 3 Reasons It Might Be On)

Having your Check Engine Light come on usually comes with groans of frustration and worries about what’s gone wrong. An illuminated Check Engine Light can mean anything, from something as small as a failing sensor or missed connection to a bigger, more complex problem...