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What Ever Happened to the Spring Tune-Up?
The spring tune-up has not disappeared. Canadian winters give a beating to vehicles and spring is a chance to give them a good once-over to make sure everything is working and to do any recommended repairs and replacements. What has changed is...
By Tom Venetis, Editor
The Return of Rear Wheel Drive
There was a time when front wheel drive was something of a novelty. My first car, an Austin Mini 1000 (converted to Cooper S spec), was unusual at the time for its transverse engine front drive layout. Among the heavy iron of what we used to...
By Jim Anderton, Technical Editor
Chrysler Mysterious Overheating
We all have war stories to tell about ‘those cars,’ right? Here is one that anyone who works on cars and works with the owners of those cars can relate to. The symptom on the 2004 Chrysler Concorde was the engine coolant temperature...
By By Greg Montero, AAM Identifix Chrysler Specialist Certified: ASE Master, L1, Refrigerant Recovery a
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