Dousing the Flames: How Cooling System Service Helps Your Car Beat the Heat

Originally Published on VehicleMD.com on February 1, 2011 There’s a furnace in your car. Don’t believe me? Consider your car’s engine, its multiple cylinders undergoing many thousands of combustion cycles—basically controlled explosions—each minute as your car cruises down the highway or even idles at the stoplight. These fiery combustion events …

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Common Problems with Traction Control

Originally published on Cars.com on January 17, 2016 By Rick Popely Cars.com photo by Evan Sears All cars and light trucks since the 2012 model year have come with standard traction control, and many vehicles from earlier years that had antilock brakes also got traction control. That’s because traction control …

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