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Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes Suspected for Fixing Radar

Posted 3/26/18

We love Volkswagen, but when will the company finally get its act together and stick to the straight and narrow? Probably long after we’ve retired from Volkswagen repair, that’s for sure. In October, European Union investigators raided the offices of Daimler and Volkswagen in an...

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½ Million Mercedes Recalled in US Over Airbags

Posted 3/19/18

Own a Mercedes? You don’t need to tell us they’re awesome cars. In fact, we have one Mercedes mechanic who owns several. Like donuts, who can stop at just one? But if you do have a Mercedes sitting in the garage, you might want to...

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New VW Diesel Engines to Test Clean

Posted 3/12/18

Nitrous oxide emissions were at the center of Volkswagen’s Dieselgate two years ago, when it was found that the car company rigged its engines to cheat emissions tests around the globe. The company has since apologized for the lie. And now it says it has...

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All New Land Rovers, Jaguars to Be Electrified by 2020

Posted 3/5/18

European car fans who love Land Rovers and Jaguars as much as they care for the environment have something to celebrate: All new Land Rovers and Jaguars will be electrified by 2020. Jaguar Land Rover confirmed the move at its inaugural Tech Fest in September....

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Signs Your Porsche Brakes Need Replaced

If the brakes on your Porsche start a high pitched squealing, you’re probably due for a new brake job. Clicking sounds are another warning sign you need new brakes. Brakes are often held together with clips, bolts or pins. When they loosen, they’ll begin to rattle. The clicking sound results from a braking mechanism that is loose. If the nose of your car pulls to one side or another, that is a sign that the pads on one wheel have worn out. Another warning sign is when your brake pedal vibrates every time you press it. It could be the resin on your brake pad has become overheated because the pad is wearing out.

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