Ford F-Series – America’s Favorite Truck

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Undeniably America’s favorite truck, the Ford F-150 is the spirit of versatility and substance. That’s why they have even crowned it as one of the ten most influential vehicles of the last decade, with its shift to an aluminum chassis really advancing the segment. The Ford F-Series is a series of trucks marketed and manufactured by Ford. Having […]

Learn About Your Car Radiator And Cooling System Issues

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Car radiators are an indispensable part of your vehicle’s cooling system. Your engine generates power through fuel combustion, a process that generates a considerable amount of heat. The engine includes many moving parts, all of which create friction and heat. Your radiator disperses heat away from the engine thus preventing your engine from overheating and […]

How Does My Car AC Work?

Angels Transmission Blog - How Does My Car Ac Work?

Automobile air conditioning systems don’t actually generate cold air. They take the heat and moisture out of the air already in your cabin, replacing it with cooler air. Your car’s air conditioning system is very similar to the one found in your home or office. Just like the home A/C, the car air conditioner works […]

Getting Your Car Ready for Summer

Angels Transmission Blog - Getting Your Car Ready for Summer

Even if you did not maintain your vehicle properly during the mild winter and early spring summer’s hot temperatures and dusty conditions can be hard on cars, and particularly during those much-awaited vacation road trips. You surely do not want to get stranded on the steamy roadside with your overheated kids in tow. The key […]

Telltale Signs of Automobile Suspension Problems

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The suspension system of your automobile is pretty complex and made up of many parts. They include shock absorbers, springs, struts, and ball joints. These parts, along with your wheels and tires, manage how your car handles on the road. Here are a few common signs that your suspension system needs some fixing: When Driving, […]

Spring Car Care Tips

Angels Transmission Blog - Spring Car Care Tips

Spring is in the air and with the warm weather, it is time to get your car in shape for road trips and fun weekend getaways. Here are some simple maintenance tips to ensure that your vehicle is ready for Spring activities. Clean the Car, Inside and Out There is nothing like a good spring […]

Types of Transmissions

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Most vehicles driven in the United States are equipped with an automatic (or manual) transmission, although, there are other types of the automatic transmission that are utilized in today’s vehicles like the CVT (constantly variable) or a dual clutch transmission. Manual transmissions have been around the longest and they require the driver to manually change the […]

What Is A Proper Tune Up Service?

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Did you ever wonder what is included in a standard tune-up? Well, it may vary from shop to shop, but generally a tune up service is made up of two parts: the inspection and the actual tune up. A tune-up consists of checking the engine for parts that need cleaning, fixing, or replacing. Common areas covered include filters, spark plugs, […]

Telltale Signs of Brake Problems

Angel's Transmission & Auto Repair Blog - Telltale Signs of Brake Problems

If there is a part of your car that should always be in tiptop working condition, it is your brake system. It is important to know the signs of failing brakes therefore you can have them serviced immediately to insure you and your passengers safely. Effective braking could be the difference between a serious accident […]

How Does an Automatic Transmission Wear Out?

Angel's Transmission & Auto Repair Blog - How Does an Automatic Transmission Wear Out?

An automatic transmission has a torque converter instead of the main clutch. The engine and transmission connect at the bell housing, which contains the torque converter for automatic transmissions, as opposed to a clutch for manual transmissions. The torque converter joins the engine and the transmission so the wheels will turn. Torque converters and clutches […]