August 19, 2021
brake system

I Have Brake System Issues, What Should I Do?

Backing out of your driveway, you hear a slight squeaking noise. You are unsure what and where it is coming from, and then you realize your brakes could be. As you have to get to work, you drive your car anyway, because your vehicle is the only means of getting there. Your engine light popped on to let you know that there is a problem that ought not to be ignored. You want to take your vehicle to where you know automotive experts will service it, so you take it to Low Income Auto Repair. Low Income Auto Repair can aid you in diagnosing and resolving your brake system quandaries. To help you rectify brake system issues you may be encountering, Low Income Auto Repair ensures that you attain maximum braking fulfillment and protection. The automotive technicians at Low Income Auto Repair will look at your vehicle, diagnose the issue […]
July 25, 2021
fuel pump

Help – I Have A Clogged Fuel Pump!

We all know that there are fuel pumps in gas stations, but in this particular case, we discuss the fuel pump that exists in your automobile and not the one that subsists in the gas station. Many people are not familiar with the difference in fuel pumps, so it is essential to describe the difference. An electrically controlled mechanism is the correct definition of a fuel pump, and its purpose is to make sure that it delivers fuel from the gas tank directly to the filter that holds the fuel and, after that, to the rail that has the fuel. After that, fuel is disseminated to the injectors and spewed into each engine’s chamber of combustion. Newer cars have chambers, but the fuel’s mechanism is called a carburetor if your vehicle is older. The most familiar indication of a congested fuel pump is a discontinuous power forfeiture triggered by the […]
December 5, 2019

Winter Tire Buying Guide

Winter is here, and with it, the annual discussion about winter tires. Most car enthusiasts know that dedicated winter tires are the best choice for driving in deep, unplowed snow. But there’s so much more to it than that. For example, there’s a lot to consider when making a winter-tire purchase. And what makes a winter tire different from an all-season? Finally, how do I convince my non-car-savvy acquaintances that their factory all-seasons won’t do the job in a blizzard? Driving in winter weather can be very dangerous. However, there are steps you can take to make winter weather driving a safer more enjoyable experience. Near the top of that list is investing in a quality set of winter (snow) tires. Right off the lot, most cars come with all-season tires. Drivers should be know that all-season tires doesn’t necessarily mean “all year,”. All-season tires are manufactured to handle several […]