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Vehicles today are closely related to technology, offering everything from inbuilt Sat-Nave to WiFi hotspots. However, like anything else, the more technology is added to a car, the more things there are to go wrong. Technological advances may have improved vehicle performance, safety and fuel efficiency, but they have also increased the number of reasons for breakdowns.

That said, with vehicle reliability climbing, more 10 to 20-year-old cars are still going strong, however, these are now requiring continual maintenance and repairs.

Repairs on cars of all ages can be costly and even taking your car to be checked out for the smallest issues could cost you well into the hundreds.

It is much easier and far less expensive ask one of our qualified and experienced vehicle repair technicians a question and see if the problem you are experiencing is one you can address yourself with their guidance. Even just getting some advice might mean paying less at the garage as you will know what the likely problem is meaning oyu won’t be wasting money on costly diagnostics.It makes sense to get a diagnosis from an expert before heading to the repair shop.

The Automotive Experts on Expert-answers.com can answer questions, diagnose problems and guide you through any repairs you might want to make yourself, any time day or night, for literally any make, model or age of vehicle. Just fill in the form and await their response.

A lack of knowledge around vehicle repairs can cost you time and money. Make use of our professional support, expert knowledge, and step-by-step troubleshooting tips and get it fixed on in no time.

Our team of mechanics is ready to help you in minutes with any vehicle related problem

We can help to:

  • Troubleshoot engine and mechanical problems
  • Check repair estimates from other mechanics
  • Research engine light codes and wiring diagrams
  • Save you time and money

What Kinds Of Things Do We Help You With?

All vehicles need repairs at one time or another. Some of the most common repairs that are needed include:

  • Malfunctioning gearboxes
  • Electrical issues
  • Slipping or burnt-out clutches
  • Turbocharger failure
  • Bad brakes
  • Alternator problems
  • Blown head gaskets
  • Exhaust gas recycling (EGR) problems

Issues that you’re likely to encounter can range from simple maintenance tasks that you can handle on your own to major projects that could require international shipping of rare parts and the help of a trained mechanic. We are here to help you with them all.

Some of the things that we might need to know include:

  • Can you explain your problem?
  • Have you noticed any additional problems in other related systems?
  • What was the vehicle doing when the problem occurred?
  • How frequently does the problem occur?

With this information, the expert should be able to help you with the issue. This answer will help you to decide on your best approach to getting your car running again.

Here are a few of our FAQs

What types of engines do your mechanics encounter?

Mechanics aren’t limited to working on cars. Small engine mechanics work on smaller equipment, such as golf carts, lawnmowers, chainsaws and leaf blowers! Heavy vehicle mechanics maintain and repair tractor-trailers and farm machinery.

How Often Should I Get an Oil Change?

A driver should get an oil change every 3,000 to 7,000 miles or every three months. However, you can always refer to your owner’s manual which states the recommended oil change interval for your specific make and model. Many of today’s newer vehicles will actually tell you when they are due for service.

How Often Should I Check My Vehicle’s Fluid Levels?

Aside from oil, there are other fluids that are vital to the health of your vehicle such as the transmission fluid, brake fluid, engine coolant, and power-steering fluid. Their levels are not only affected by how frequently you drive but extreme temperatures as well. Our experts advise checking them at the same time as your oil change or every month or two.

When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?

On average, brake pads begin to wear out around 20,000- to 30,000-miles but there are many factors that may impact this The signs to look out for are:

  • your vehicle taking longer to come to a stop
  • a high-pitch screeching or grinding noise when braking

Driving with worn brake pads will eventually affect the rotors, which can be a costly repair.

The Mechanic Experts on Expert-answers.com have years of experience, and are ready to take your question. This is a very easy way to get practical advice for FREE.

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