European and Import Auto Repair Specialists Service Surrey

Domestic and Japanese Auto Repair Experts in Langley

25th Mar, 2014

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After 40 years of specializing in Import Auto Repair in Langley, Autofolks is pleased to announce that it is now providing expert auto repair and maintenance of all makes and models of Domestic and Japanese vehicles as well. All of our repairs and service meet or exceed manufacturer’s warranty requirements and we provide competitive pricing which will save…

Have a Pre-Purchase Automobile Inspection So You Are Not Disappointed

6th Mar, 2014

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Whether you are going for a new car or a used one, proper assessment is necessary. You have to assess the car appropriately on a number of factors such as the engine performance, interior, mileage, speed, configuration, exterior, car’s history report, and more. Don’t let your emotional excitement dictate your rational decision making. You…

Why Are Oil Changes Important?

6th Mar, 2014

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We hear it from our parents when we first get our license. Mechanics put little stickers as a reminder on our windshield. Over and over we’re nagged to get our oil changed. But why does everyone insist it’s so important? This article will hopefully give you those answers and get you onboard with getting…

The Importance of Oil Changes for Cars

6th Mar, 2014

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Changing your oil every 3,000 miles is not just a suggestion, it is a necessity. Getting oil changes for your cars on a routine basis will help to ensure the life of your automobile for many years to come.

There are a number of benefits that are associated with routine oil changes including increased gas…

Proper Air Pressure – Life For Your Wheels and Tires!

6th Mar, 2014

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Well, since we have been talking about auto parts and their maintenance, here is another one. Oh yes, another DIY (Do It Yourself). This one is about those car parts that bear the weight of entire vehicle and that is – Auto Wheels and Tires.

Wheels are vital part in any automobile and hence need…

Reasons To Have Your Car Suspension Inspected

6th Mar, 2014

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If you perform a lot of commuting and cover many miles each day, your automobile may eventually need realignment. You can test the timing for realignment by driving slowly, such as a roll-up to a stop sign, and slightly easing your grip on the steering wheel. If the car seems to instinctively pull one…

Knowing More About Timing Belt Replacement

6th Mar, 2014

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Timing belt complications usually occur without warning. There are no signs of obvious impending damage like an abnormal noise or leaks that could help alert you. Moreover, if your car suddenly dies during its run and refuses to restart, it is most likely that your timing belt is damaged and a timing belt replacement…

Typical Electrical Problems Fixed by Expert Mechanics

6th Mar, 2014

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When you pop the hood and look at the complicated mechanical devices called engines, you notice right away there’s plenty of wiring. In fact, the wires seem to snake around the engine in a complex configuration that makes little sense to anyone who is not a mechanic. Auto engines have plenty of electrical configurations…

Checking your Tire Rotations is an Important Safely Rule

6th Mar, 2014

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Tire rotation is one of the important aspects of vehicle maintenance, and has an even more direct impact on your bank account than oil changes. Tires are intended to be rotated every 6,000 miles. This helps them wear evenly, and prevents them from wearing out early. By not rotating them, you can very easily…

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