Posted on April 10, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Brake servicing and repair is one of the routine maintenance items that cannot be ignored. Brake parts have a lifespan and they do need to be regularly serviced, and sometimes replaced to ensure the car runs correctly.
Your brakes are the most critical safety components in your vehicle and can help save your life. By servicing your brakes you'll drive safer and prevent more expensive damage from occurring in the future.
Fortunately, your car or truck will give you some signals that your brakes need attention. Check for these signs to see if your brakes need service:... Read More
Posted on April 5, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Your transmission is one of the most critical parts of your vehicle. Ensuring that your transmission, as well as the rest of your car, is in good shape can significantly increase the number of miles your car will run and save you money. A transmission repair can be extremely expensive, in some cases replacing it can cost nearly as much as the vehicle itself. Here are 5 simple tips that can help your transmission remain healthy:
1. Take Care of Your Engine
Your whole car relies on your engine working correctly. If your engine is not working correctly, stress is put on the transmission. In order reduce the risks of sign... Read More
Posted on March 12, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
There are many factors that contribute to wheels becoming unaligned, the most common factors are speed bumps, potholes, and basic wear while driving. No matter the cause, having your wheels aligned is an important aspect of car maintenance.
Posted on March 8, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Being aware of potential problems before they become catastrophic is the key to cost-efficient auto maintenance. Your car’s brakes are one of the critical parts of a vehicle, it is very important to know the signs leading up to brake failure.
We have come up with a list of some of the signs to look out for.
Posted on February 20, 2018, by Cambridge Auto Center Team in:
Over the last two decades, the longevity of cars has improved. Twenty years ago, cars were built to last for about 100,000 miles on average. Today, cars typically can last on U.S. roads for an average of 122,500 miles or about 11.6 years thanks to a variety of vehicle improvements, including lubricants, powertrain technology and rust prevention. Some of these cars can even last as long as over 200,000 miles. But reaching six-figure mileage marks requires consistent maintenance with a focus on the car's transmission to balance the vehicle's high-capacity operation. Moreover, it's important to be able to know when the car's transmission require... Read More