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This Little Light Of Mine…

This Little Light Of Mine…

Have you ever been driving around, vibing to your music? Then you get rudely interrupted by your check engine light? Not only does it put you into a mini panic mode of “oh no what’s wrong” but it is also inconvenient. Want to know something super helpful? Here at Lee Myles, we check that pesky little bugger for free. You betcha, for free! Just give us a heads-up that you are headed our way so we can make sure. someone can help you right away. Sometimes it could be something as simple as your gas cap. Sounds silly, we know, but if you just put fuel in your vehicle. It could be that your gas cap just didn’t seal back…
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Brakes

Brakes

We have a lot of concerns coming our way with brake systems. With our ever-evolving culture right now, there is a lot less driving going on. Which is okay! With that being said, if you get in your vehicle and your brakes make a noise that’s not so easy on the ears. Don’t be alarmed, sometimes they get a little rusty from sitting especially if it rains or snows. Knowing the difference between when they’re making noise but working well. Rather than making noise and you notice they are NOT working the same. Typically, your front brake pads will be in need of a replacement before the rear. Since the front carries more of the weight load and has a…
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Tie Rod Ends

Tie Rod Ends

You know the ongoing joke about Pennsylvanians, about how we pretty much drive on what’s left of the road rather than the left or right side? Unfortunately for us pothole season is all year long, which isn’t funny because it takes a toll on our vehicles, one tie rod at a time. Actually, they can affect our whole steering system, but I’ll start with Tie Rod Ends. I’m sure you’ve heard the term before, most likely around your yearly inspection. Well let me tell you a little more about how and why they're so important. Tie Rod Ends are components in your steering system, I say components because you have two. You have an inner and an outer tie rod…
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Spring Maintenance

Spring Maintenance

How refreshing to know that we finally have some warmer weather headed our way? Here are a few maintenance tips to get your vehicle ready for the sunny days ahead. Let’s get started with your oil change, if you have a winter vehicle and let your other car sit the winter out it’s a good idea to have the oil changed. If you’re not sure of the last time it was changed, it might be a good idea to have it checked to see how the fluid looks. Keeping up to date on your oil change keeps your engine performance pristine. Plus it helps keep all of its components run smoothly by changing the filter getting all of that sludge…
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