Thursday, 13 July 2017

Car Service Professionals Also Restore Your Headlights to Perfection


Much has been said about engine problems and chipped body paints, but car owners have experienced problems with their headlights as well. This is because headlight covers are usually the first parts of your vehicle that will show the effects of extreme weather conditions. Headlights could turn yellow or cloudy after a prolonged time of driving and parking in a way that exposes them directly to the sun.
Fortunately, as one would hope with any High-End European vehicles, this type of issue tends to take a long time to manifest on a BMW – but it will eventually happen (as with any car under our sunny Queensland skies), even if it receives regular check-ups from a car service centre.

MODERN TECHNOLOGY

Most modern headlights are protected by a clear shielding cover safeguarded by a thin film of plastic laminate. The laminate bears the brunt of UV rays, road salt and acid rain. However, as time goes by, the protective film turns cloudy and yellow. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2uuuykN

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Mechanics Can Diagnose Compressor Troubles for Your Air Conditioner


The AC in your car may not receive the same attention as the other components until it malfunctions. A failing compressor is one reason your vehicle’s air conditioning is not performing at its optimal degree. Insufficient maintenance or delayed repairs can degrade the quality of the compressor, leading to more severe cooling issues. Being the core of the AC system, the compressor needs to remain 100% functional at all times. Hire the best mechanics on the Sunshine Coast to help you address compressor issues before they get worse.
What helps, though is finding out how to diagnose a faulty AC compressor so that you can call repair technicians in good time. Here are several symptoms.

NOISY SYSTEM

Sometimes, the air conditioning in a car can make loud clunking noises whenever it comes on. This problem arises when the driving parts of the system start failing. The compressor is connected to other components using a belt and when they break, they generate funny sounds as they move around. Your mechanic might recommend a full replacement of your compressor because it may, at times, be difficult to repair individual parts. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2tb6TSB