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Spring Cleaning -- Fluid Checks Your Car Needs Now

Spring Cleaning -- Fluid Checks Your Car Needs Now

Welcome to LK Auto Repair Blog! It’s Spring, and it’s time for spring cleaning. It’s a great time to clean our engines, change our filters, and check our vehicles’ fluids. We can drive into Spring with a clean and fresh beginning for our cars.  Spring is a perfect time to start fresh to ensure your vehicle can have the proper maintenance it needs. Checking your fluid levels and keeping your car’s appropriate fluids will keep your vehicle happy and allow it to function correctly. You should check seven fluids within your vehicle to ensure the fluids are clean and at a sufficient level. Oil Antifreeze/coolant Transmission Power Steering Brake A/C Coolant Windshield fluid It takes more than fluids to keep your car happy. A clean air filter can help your vehicle run smoothly and is designed to keep dirt and debris away from the intake. Neglecting the air filter can cause damage to your engine and decrease gas mileage. If the engine does not get th ... read more

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Brake Health: Warning Signs You Won’t Want To Miss

Brake Health: Warning Signs You Won’t Want To Miss

Welcome to the March blog! We at LK’s Auto Repair hope the Winter season has been kind to you. As we move into a new season, safety’s on our minds. March is the month that people start taking their cars out for leisure functions, more and more. Ahead of the summer, it’s wise to start thinking about the health of your brakes. Summer rains will make roads slick, and you’ll need your brakes to be at their best. If there’s any sign of them failing you, now is an important signpost to turn back and fix what’s wrong before you cause a terrible accident. Here are some of the signs to heed, from the most benign to the most urgent: Squealing or grinding noises. A high-pitched squeak is the first indicator and likely where people realize they need to get their brakes service, but it is possible in some vehicles to miss it. Pulling left or right. If you press the brakes and the car turns into the braking in one direction, one set of pads is underperforming ... read more

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10 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Your Car

It’s February! This year does seem to be rolling along much faster than last summer!   With the Super Bowl in one week and all that excitement, there’s also Valentine’s Day in two weeks. It’s going to be a very busy month, and with everything we have planned or are planning, someone deserving may sadly miss out on the recognition they deserve.   When you’re shopping for your significant other and the loved ones in your life, you might consider that loyal, loving follower who always comes through for you: your vehicle! Here’s 10 suggestions for gifts you can give your car for Valentine’s Day:   A ... read more

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Is Your Vehicle Ready for Holiday Road Trips?

Is Your Vehicle Ready for Holiday Road Trips?

December is here! We welcome you to the Holiday season and hope your and your family have a festive, joyous plan this year.  Last month, we covered the best steps to take in getting your vehicle ready for winter. There’s excellent advice there about using live Bremeton traffic updates before you leave the house, to evaluate your route. We’d like to recommend that your take the initiative to map the route out ahead of time and plan pit stops for meals, bathroom breaks, and gas, too, so that you can accurately tell your kids if they ask the dreaded question, “How long til we get there” the actual time it will take you. Equally, with a little internet research, you can determine high-traffic peaks and avoid them by managing your pit stops to go with them. If you didn’t get your car winterized last month and are planning a holiday road trip, please consider coming into LK’s Auto Repair for a tune-up. There is so much that needs to be just right be ... read more

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Getting Your Vehicle Ready for Winter

Getting Your Vehicle Ready for Winter

With fall in full gear and winter approaching, it’s time to consider what to do to prepare your car for icy conditions that will come soon to Bremerton. Are you prepared for ice on the roads? Here’s some suggestions for getting you and your car winter-ready again: Take advantage of traffic weather updates Take advantage of the resources at your disposal before you hit the road… website LocalConditions.com has live updates on Bremerton traffic that you can peruse before you leave the house. And obviously driving applications like GoogleMaps and Waze can steer you to new routes if traffic is bad or road conditions might be a problem on your trip. If you have an older Kindle or tablet in the home, it’s not a bad idea to keep it charged (preferably near the door you leave the house with) as a way to remind you to check before you leave. You can make it a habit to always look at the route you are taking before you to prepare for while still in th ... read more

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