How to Repair a Sagging Auto Roof Lining

Posted on: 23 January 2019

The roof lining in your car can take a real beating in the heat and humidity of an Australian summer. These weather conditions can cause the glue which holds the lining in place to fail, causing it to sag down into the interior of your car. If you are having this problem with your car, below is a guide to the steps you can take to address the issue. Read on to find out everything you need to know. [Read More]

4 Signs You Might Have Used the Wrong Transmission Fluid

Posted on: 17 January 2019

You need to provide your car with the manufacturer-specified transmission fluid to avoid performance issues and potential damage. It's a component made of many moving parts, and they need fluid to work properly. Unfortunately, different manufacturers design gearboxes that require fluids of different viscosities and additives, so using the wrong one is a mistake that can lead to expensive repairs. To minimise damage, you should catch the issue as soon as possible. [Read More]

Automatic Transmission Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 15 January 2019

An automatic transmission is a vehicle that automatically shifts gears as the vehicle moves. Unlike manual transmissions, these vehicles do not require a clutch. As such, they are easy and fun to drive. If you are just about to buy an automatic car, below are a few things you should know.  Use the correct automatic transmission fluid.  Gearbox maintenance mostly involves changing the automatic transmission fluid. There are different kinds of automatic transmissions. [Read More]

2 types of car maintenance that should only be carried out by a mechanic

Posted on: 12 January 2019

There are some car maintenance tasks which must be carried out by a mechanic. Here are two types of car maintenance activities that require the involvement of a professional. 1. The replacement of car batteries When the batteries in a car reach the end of their lifespan, they will need to be replaced. In this situation, the owner of the car should not try to carry out this work but should instead arrange for a trained mechanic to do it. [Read More]