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My Car Feels Sluggish - What Could Be The Cause?

My Car Feels Sluggish - What Could Be The Cause?

You step on the gas pedal as you attempt to merge into traffic, but your car is slow and seems to lose power. Why? This is a sure sign of problems in the fuel or emission systems. There are three major reasons for sluggishness. First, your car has fuel system troubles. It may have a clogged fuel filter. When that happens, your fuel pump needs to work harder to do its job. A clog will impede flow of fuel to the combustion chamber. Or your fuel injector may be clogged or faulty. Normally, the injector controls the rate of fuel flow properly. When it doesn't, fuel delivery becomes difficult. Or it could be a defective fuel pump. The pump draws fuel from the tank into the injectors. When it fails, gas won't get to where it needs to go. Second, you may have a worn-out clutch. When your clutch can't engage your transmission with the engine properly, you will suffer from acceleration issues. If the clutch feels loose or if your car decelerates or accelerates wi ... read more

I Am Driving Less, Do I Still Need My Oil Changed? (YES!)

I Am Driving Less, Do I Still Need My Oil Changed? (YES!)

Regularly maintaining your vehicle is essential for its overall performance, longevity, and driving experience. Regardless of how little or how much you drive your car, you'll need to change the oil regularly. Why Is an Oil Change Important? Oil changes are a crucial part of your car's maintenance. Oil changes help with: Better engine performance Improving gas mileage Less harmful emissions Extended engine life Prevention of dirt and debris buildup What Do the Car Experts Say? Mechanics recommend getting an oil change every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. Many car owners believe that changing their oil more frequently than recommended will help their car, which is a myth. Changing the oil more times than suggested will not help or harm your car. Four Common Oil Change Intervals Every 1,000 miles or every six months Every 3,000 miles Every 5,000 to 7,500 miles Every 10,000 to 15,000 miles or every six months Changing Oil FAQ Can oil go b ... read more

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