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Hard to Find Parts and Classic Auto Repair in Cincinnati

Posted 12/6/22

If you’re the type of person who’s restoring a classic car in your free time, you know the trials and tribulations that can come with bringing it back to like-new condition. Aside from the countless hours that go into vintage car repair and restoration when...

Catalytic Converter Theft is Not Going Away: Here’s Why

Posted 12/5/22

If you live in the Cincinnati area, you’ve probably seen news reports from time to time about people having their catalytic converter stolen right off of their parked cars. Though these thefts have been happening for years both in Cincinnati and all over the country,...

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Mercedes’ 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé Is Very Expensive

Posted 11/21/22

Whenever a car is auctioned off as the newest world’s most expensive car, it is always a delight to see which incredible piece of speed and craftsmanship has now topped the bill. As former wearers of the world’s most expensive car crown include the likes...

How To Take Care of Your 2004 Porsche Cayenne Brake Job

Posted 11/14/22

Looking to fix the brakes on your 2004 Porsche Cayenne? YouTube channel Self Reliant has a great 7 minute video that walks you through replacing your Cayenne’s brake pads and rotors  step by step. If you decide to do it yourself, a video like this...

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Autonomous Driving Arrives for the Mercedes EQS and S-Class

Posted 11/7/22

Self-driving—or autonomous—cars are something that just a few short years ago seemed like they were straight out of science fiction or The Jetsons. These days, however, it is becoming more common than ever with some of the simpler forms of this autonomous technology—like lane assist...

Look Ma No Hands: The Rise of the Automatic Transmission

Posted 10/31/22

An Automatic transmission is one of those parts on your car that you just don’t think too hard about unless it’s broken. That’s the beauty of an automatic transmission; you press the gas pedal and the car goes. Anyone who has had the dubious pleasure...

Strange Engine Noise? Time for Cincinnati Car Diagnostics

Unlike the rumble of a hole in the muffler or a squeaky windshield wiper, a weird engine noise is something that you should have a professional auto shop troubleshoot ASAP. Strange engine noises could mean a bad timing belt, problems with your pistons, or something worse. If you ignore a small unusual engine noise, it can quickly become a big, expensive noise. Take your car to your local car mechanic and have them diagnose the problem. It may be just a loose heat shield rattling, or it might be a piston that’s ready to go rogue. Don’t chance it.