Month: September 2021

  • Service Brake Assist

    There are lots of things that can happen when you’re behind the wheel. Some are mundane while others are not. If an emergency occurs and you want to brake automatically, service brake assists do exactly what the name implies. Whenever there’s an emergency and you need to engage the brakes, it’s okay to assume that […]

  • 2018 Dodge Caravan Towing Capacity

    The 2018 Dodge Caravan is a minivan that has made its mark as a multi-purpose utility vehicle capable of handling anything that’s thrown at it. It’s been more than 35 years since the Dodge Caravan was first released, and it’s undergone a lot of changes over the years. However, despite the many changes, one thing […]

  • Toyota Sienna Towing Capacity

    When it comes to vehicles with incredible towing capacity, pickups and large SUVs are usually the first choices. A Toyota Sienna isn’t either of those vehicles. So, is the Toyota Sienna’s towing capacity anything noteworthy? In this article, we’re going to discuss that and more. To give you all the information needed concerning the Toyota […]

  • 2022 Toyota Tundra is Born.

    The wait for the new 2022 Toyota Tundra is over as the striking machine has finally roared into showrooms. In fact, the sixth generation of this full-size pickup truck was unveiled way back in 1992 and since then, it has lived through seven models and generations without losing any of its luster or glory. The redesigned truck boasts of brand new styling and updated technology on board. This year’s model is also the first time when a crew cab model with a diesel engine has made it to the lineup.

  • Repairing Your Car A/C.

    After learning the basic information above, you should feel more confident in repairing and maintaining your own car’s air-conditioning system. While there are online tutorials and specific how-to guides, the better option is to simply have your HVAC system inspected by a professional. Fixing a vehicle’s A/C can be quite dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Driving with inadequate or malfunctioning air conditioning is not safe or fun, so it’s preferable to be proactive and identify problems early. When it comes to home repairs, DIY can save both time and money. But when it comes to safety issues—such as electrical and mechanical equipment that you don’t personally understand very well—a trip to the mechanic could end up saving you more money in the long run than a trip to Home Depot would have cost.

  • What to Know About Overheating in your Car.

    By Quick Auto Brain If your car is a modern, computerized vehicle with sophisticated sensors and warning systems, you might think overheating isn’t a concern. After all, with the temperature gauge on your dashboard sitting comfortably in the middle, it’s unlikely to happen. But when an engine is getting very hot it is not something […]

  • How to Maintain your Car Air-Conditioner.

    By Quick Auto Brain. The Air Conditioner has become one of the most important part of your vehicle and sometimes it is very very expensive to repair something goes wrong in the system. I have seen were the compressor of a vehicle is changes 4 times because the technician fixing it made simple errors. Today […]

  • How to Jump Start a Car.

    You wake up on a very cold morning, rushing to work and you crank your car but it will not just respond or better still you go out with your kids and while you were busy talk to someone you leave the kids in the car. By the time you are back you crank the […]

  • How to Pay for Auto Repairs.

    By Quick Auto Brain. Your car has become the center if not the integral part of your life, without it you could have a much disorganized day. So let’s start from the very beginning, when you are out shopping for a car, you plan to use for a very long time. Avoid lemons ensure you […]