When they hear the word suspension, many drivers in Clio may think back to those energetic days of grade school. Well, your vehicle's suspension is actually a good thing because it keeps your vehicle up off the road and helps provide a comfy ride around Clio. Its job is to keep your wheels firml...
Posted in Shocks & Struts
on March 29, 2020
Why are wheel bearings for Clio vehicles important? It's simple: your wheel bearings keep the wheels on your vehicle. In today's Tuffy Clio post, we'll discuss more about wheel bearings and how you can make sure they can do their very job while you drive around Clio, Michigan.Wheel bearings are ...
Posted in Tires and Wheels
on March 22, 2020
People in Clio have been hearing a lot about higher oil change intervals these days. Maybe you're wondering: What are the key issues?Some new vehicle manufacturers are now recommending much higher oil change intervals than they have in the past. As much as 5,000 to 8,000 miles (8,000 km to 13,00...
Posted in Maintenance
on March 15, 2020
It's chilly outside. You flip on that switch that looks like a picture of a seat with little heat waves rising from it. You expect soon you'll feel that warmth but wait! It's not getting warmer. Oh no, what's wrong with my seat heater? There could be lots of reasons it's not working, and it cou...
Posted in Windshield Wipers
on March 08, 2020
The crankcase is the lower part of the engine where the crankshaft is housed and where the engine oil lives. The crankshaft is connected to the pistons that power the engine.When you are diving around Clio, fuel is burned in your vehicle engine, it pushes the pistons down and the crankshaft ro...
Posted in Parts
on March 01, 2020