Whether you're dealing with rocks, road debris or something falling from another car, your windshield is vulnerable to damage from many things. And, unfortunately, that potential for damage isn't only limited to the warm weather months. What many drivers don't understand is that cold winter weather can mean trouble for glass repairs. Here are a few things you should know before you tackle a glass repair project in the winter. [Read More]
Does Your Car Have A Bad Heater Core?
The heater core is an essential part of your vehicle's cooling system. It is similar to a radiator, but a much smaller version of it. If there are problems with the heater core, your vehicle might not get the cool air you are looking for. Here is information about troubleshooting the heater core to find out if it needs to be repaired. Your Car is Fogging Up If you have been noticing the inside of your car fogging up for no other reason, it might be due to having a defective heater core. [Read More]
Repair Your Van's Chipped Windshield And Protect It From Future Damage
Repair your van's chipped windshield and protect the glass so that future damage does not occur. Making the necessary repairs quickly will prevent the chipped section from becoming cracked, which could require you to purchase a new windshield. Materials glass repair kit lint-free cloths glass cleaner razor blade tweezers flashlight duct tape windshield cover windshield repellent plastic scraper Cleaning Steps Clean the windshield with glass cleaner and a cloth that is lint-free. [Read More]
Auto Body Repair Tip For Fixing A Dented Car Door
A dent on the body of a car is an eyesore and fixing them can be extremely costly. For minor dents in the car door there are a couple tricks that you can employ to get out the dent without having to pay a lot of money. Here is a step by step guide to a cheap auto body repair trick using a basketball. To complete the repair work you will need the following items: [Read More]