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All gas powered automobiles create some emissions as the engine burns fuel to create the power that moves your car. The hazardous fumes are sent through the exhaust system's catalytic converter, which, as the name suggests, converts these gases into less harmful emissions. In general, a healthy car will not produce visible exhaust smoke, except perhaps upon startup. If a vehicle continually produces smoke from the tailpipe then it is likely that something is amiss under the hood. Judging by the color of the exhaust you can often tell what sort of trouble is occurring.
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Cars and trucks have numerous ways of communicating issues to their drivers. When you are behind the wheel it is important to pay attention to any possible signs of trouble so that you can make your way to an auto repair shop before you end up stuck on the side of the road. The following are six of the most common ways that a car will show that there is trouble on board as you cruise down the road.
https://www.autorepairsatlanta.com/blog/these-top-signs-time-for-auto-repair.php
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Power steering is a great feature on all modern automobiles. It uses hydraulic force, and in some cases electric motors, to make turning a vehicle extremely easy, especially at low speeds. If you experience issues with the power steering system it can cause safety problems as you won't be able have the same control of your vehicle. These are the three top signs of power steering failure that will warrant a trip to the auto repair shop.
https://www.autorepairsatlanta.com/blog/three-symptoms-power-steering-failure.php
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While it seems simple enough to turn the key and be on your way, what happens behind the scenes in your car to get it moving is actually quite complex. When you insert and turn a key in the ignition it creates an electrical pathway from the battery to the starter that causes the starter motor to actuate in order to connect with the flywheel. It then turns the flywheel to get the motor to start spinning, which creates the necessary compression to keep it going on its own. If the starter motor were to fail, which can happen for a variety of reasons, including general wear and tear from high mileage, the vehicle will not be able to start. If your vehicle won't start and you experience any of the following issues as you try and start your car you'll have good reason to believe that the starter needs to be replaced.
http://www.autorepairsatlanta.com/blog/these-signs-new-starter-needed.php
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