What To Do To Maintain Your Coolant System


Not many people pay attention to a car’s coolant system; most just add some water if to their coolant tank when it gets low. Frankly, you may want to pay closer attention to this part of your car, though. Especially if it is an old vehicle, there is definitely some maintenance involved that could save you some money later on. Before we get into the maintenance component, though, let’s look at what the coolant system in your car actually does.

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Tune-ups Are No Longer Necessary For Your Vehicle


A “tune-up” was a procedure where the parts that were susceptible to wearing out were replaced and adjustments made. Drivers often did this on a regular basis many years ago. The systems involved were generally the fuel and ignition systems. Today tune-ups are obsolete. We sat down with the Service manager from East Hills Chevrolet of Roslyn, a full-service car dealer in Roslyn, NY to get the scoop!

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Determining if Your Brakes Are Having Any Issues


Chances are that you do not think about your car’s brakes often. You just want them to work when you jam a foot on the brake pedal. However, there are occasions when your brakes need some of your attention and send a few signals your way to indicate that. In this article, we’ll examine some of the things that may indicate your brakes are getting needy. We encourage you to make use of the services offered by the service department at East Hills Chevrolet, a full-service car dealer in Douglaston, NY when the time comes to get your brakes serviced!

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How Jeep 4WD Systems Have Evolved


Let’s go back to the 1970s. You’re driving your Jeep CJ-5 and you’re about to go off-roading. First thing you have to do is engage the Jeep’s four-wheel drive. The procedure is such: you climb outside and twist those hard-to-turn locking hubs on the wheels. Then, get back inside the CJ-5 and pull the big floor-mounted 4WD lever back to get yourself four-wheeling.

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