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How Much Does a Headlight Assembly Cost? Driving with a headlight out is dangerous, and illegal. The exact laws differ depending on your state, but the general rule is the same. You have to have fully working headlights to be able to safely navigate the road at night. There might be an electrical problem or…
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2001-2006 BMW 3-series Ignition Coil Failure

The engine compartment is a harsh environment on any vehicle. But in a high-performance German sport sedan like the BMW 3-series, it is even more so. And the incredible technology that these cars use to manage fuel delivery, timing, and ignition are often the components that break down most often. The heat, vibration, and moisture…
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The History of Xenon Headlights

It is more than likely, you’ve seen Xenon lights before—they’re typically the ones that seem bright enough to light the road for two cars! Though not new, Xenon lights, (also known as High Intensity Discharge Lights), have become increasingly common as advanced technology has decreased the cost of production. Despite increasing popularity and a much…
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Your Car’s Cooling Fan: One Fan You Can’t Do Without

April 18, 2013 - Have you ever walked by a car and smelled the funky scent of hot antifreeze? Have you ever been the victim of that temperature gauge hitting the red mark on the dashboard? Maybe it’s worse than that and you’ve been the victim of steam coming out from under the hood. If…
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The Air Fuel Ratio Sensor

April 17, 2013 - You might be thinking…what in the world is an air fuel ratio sensor? No problem. I understand. This is not just a normal, run-of-the-mill car part that everyone would think about or know about. Most people at least know a car has things like an air filter, oil filter, and such;…
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What is the Name of Your Car Navigation?

March 22, 2013 - Do you have any crazy friends that name their car navigation systems? They often talk to them or scream at them when the navigation system gets them lost? You know what I mean, right? Back when GPS systems first came out a lot of people named their GPS. Whether it was…
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If My Alternator Dies, Is My Car Next?

March 21, 2013 - No, I’m not saying if you alternator dies that your whole car is going to go kerplunk. I am saying, however, if your alternator goes completely out on you, you are likely to wind up stranded. In case you’re not that familiar with car parts, this is one part that you…
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My Elbow was the Window Motor

March 11, 2013 - After reminiscing on the pros and cons of the old days, let’s compare that to today’s modern vehicle window opener. The handy dandy push button control to the window motor to the power window regulator is a much more elbow friendly window opening technique. Perhaps you remember the first time that…
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Hella Headlights

February 25, 2013 - Hella’s Job is to Protect You. Have you ever driven with Hella? How do you know if you have Hella Headlights? Have you ever been driving down a dimly lit road late at night and wished you could see better? Have you ever been scared to death because your visibility was…
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Smart Headlights

February 12, 2013 - Have you ever experienced being blinded by an oncoming car’s high beams by a driver who has failed to realize you are approaching? Or have you ever been in front of blinding lights belonging to the car behind you who has yet to turn their high beams off? One of the…
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