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One of the easiest and most important things you can do for the longevity of your vehicle is to ensure that the fluids are kept at the proper level and in good condition.

When you are driving in the colder months of the year, one of the most important systems in your vehicle is your defroster.

It’s the worst feeling you can have as a driver: the indisputable fact that something is wrong.

Have you ever considered the thousands of times explosions occur in your engine? If you're like most people, that thought never enters your mind.

The sun sets, and the air has a chill.

The role of cleaning your windshield falls on your windshield washer and wiper system.

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Understand the difference between coolants, and how to look for problems.

I own a 2006 Chevy Impala with a 3.5-liter V6 engine. The odometer is at 25,000 miles and the coolant has never been changed. The other day when I checked the overflow tank the coolant was low so I added a gallon of green anti freeze to the tank. I told my mechanic this and he said to have the system flushed immediately or trouble will crop up. Is this true?