Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Volvo Check Engine Light: Repair or Ignore?

Having trouble with check engine light Laguna Niguel? Laguna Niguel Auto Center provides professional and first-class quality repair experience. Read more...http://www.niguelauto.com/info-articles/volvo-check-engine-light-repair-ignore/

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Porsche: How to detect and Fix Oil Leaks

The Porsche repair Laguna Niguel ASE certified technicians would help you determine the severity of your car engine's oil leaks. Get proper maintenance and care from Laguna Niguel Auto Center. Read more...http://www.niguelauto.com/info-articles/porsche-detect-fix-oil-leaks/

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

How to Bleed the Porsche Brake System

The brake system of your Porsche needs to undergo bleeding to reduce the hydraulic pressure that builds up inside the system. Bleeding is also used to purge old fluid out of the system to replace it based on the recommended replacement period.
The entire process involves forcing bubble-free brake fluid into the system. There are three ways of bleeding the brake system: pressure bleeding, vacuum bleeding and family member bleeding. Each type involves the use of the said force origin to bleed the system, i.e., the use of pressure, the use of vacuum, and having a family member stomp on the pedal to flush the system, respectively.
How is the bleeding process done?
  1. 1. Fill the brake with brake fluid. Make sure you have your Porsche sent to a Porsche repair Laguna Niguel shop which has a wide garage as the fluid is very corrosive and will mar your car paint easily if you bleed it on a tight space. Remember that when the bleeding process is finish

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

How to Properly Protect your Honda Car

Protecting your Honda car is like protecting your investment. Here are a few tips on how a proper Honda service Laguna Niguel is carried out to make your vehicle run like new.
Brake System. Since the Honda car is equipped with a brake wear indicator, replace your brakes if you hear a "screeching" sound as this would mean your brake pads are already worn, or your brake fluid is running low.
Flush the system with brake fluid to prevent the corrosion of metals and seals.  Use only Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3 as it increases the life of the system.
Another essential part of the brake system are the rotors. It functions to prevent the brake pad from overheating or warping. Make sure to only use genuine brake rotors from your trusted Honda service shop like Laguna Niguel Auto Center.
Timing belts. These functions in keeping your engine running properly as it synchronizes the work of the valves and pistons. Damage to the timing belt could result in expensive repairs so have your Honda service shop install only authentic belt to minimize cracks and ensure durability.