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Why Does My Fuel Cap Light Keep Coming On?

03/29/2021
You will usually receive an indicator light when your car' computer has found a leak in the system. In many cases either the fuel cap or check engine light comes on when there’s a problem with your car’s gas cap. Many times the gas cap is just loose, and the problem can be solved by removing and putting the cap back on tight … until you hear the clicking sound. You may also smell gasoline, due to fumes escaping around the loose gas cap. Once it’s on correctly, it’s safe to continue driving the

What To Do When Your Car Overheats

03/23/2021
Cars can over heat for several reasons. Basically, there’s something wrong in the engine and the heat can’t escape. Possibilities include: bad thermostat, broken water pump, a coolant leak, radiator leak, a bad fan, or failing hoses. Any of these problems could lead to a bigger problem for your engine, with costly repairs. What TO DO: Pull off of the road to a safe area and turn off your engine Allow your engine time to cool down Watch the temperature gauge Look for steam from your engine –

Maryland State Inspection: What to Know

03/21/2021
Cars can over heat for several reasons. Basically, there’s something wrong in the engine and the heat can’t escape. Possibilities include: bad thermostat, broken water pump, a coolant leak, radiator leak, a bad fan, or failing hoses. Any of these problems could lead to a bigger problem for your engine, with costly repairs. What TO DO: Pull off of the road to a safe area and turn off your engine Allow your engine time to cool down Watch the temperature gauge Look for steam from your engine

Your Car Has a Thermostat… But is it working properly?

03/19/2021
When you get in your car on a cold day, you expect you heat to work. And, if it’s not working, you definitely notice! There are a variety of reasons why the heat may not come on. But the most common cause is a broken thermostat which could be stuck open or closed. It also can cause problems with your engine’s cooling system. Besides lack of heat, you may notice your temperature gauge is in the “red.” Possibly, after engine idling for a bit, the car still isn’t warm inside. Maybe you notice the

How Often Should I Change My Tires

03/11/2021
Tires sold in the U.S. are rated based on the type of tire and their use. The manufacturer provides info on each tire, including its speed rating, load capacity, its expected “mileage” life based on normal driving conditions, as well as the correct PSI for each tire. But what is “normal”? Everyone drives different. Fast acceleration and quick stops can wear your tires faster. Road temperatures and the elements you’re driving in, also make a difference. The climate you live in, as well as the

Keeping you and your car safe and comfortable

02/19/2021
Here at Environmental Automotive Services we use sophisticated TryOxyclean equipment to disinfect and sanitize vehicles.  This machine uses patented technology and ozone, which is attracted to contaminants, to kill harmful organic compounds that are in your car, including suspended harmful bacterias, odor causing bacterias, mites, and viruses, and then extract the air from your vehicle. Viruses are small, independent particles, which multiply within their host cell.  The TriOxyclean

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