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Can you replace your vehicle’s lights with LED bulbs? Hamilton

Can you replace your vehicle’s lights with LED bulbs? Hamilton

What are LED bulbs? LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, LED bulbs run at a low wattage but at the same time emit a lot of light. LED bulbs will use a tenth of the power of a normal bulb but will be the same brightness if not brighter. LED bulbs have a much longer...
Brake Backing Plate Inspection & Replacement in Hamilton

Brake Backing Plate Inspection & Replacement in Hamilton

What is a brake backing plate? Drum braking systems are used as the rear brakes in many modern cars as well as the front brakes in larger trucks and older cars. The backing plate forms a base or foundation for a drum brake, allowing it to slow your car down...
Rear Windscreen Wiper Replacement Service Hamilton

Rear Windscreen Wiper Replacement Service Hamilton

Rear Windscreen Wipers The rear windscreen wiper is used to clean and clear the rear window for better visibility. The stalk switch to turn on the windscreen wiper is usually located on the left-hand side of the steering wheel (for Japanese and Korean cars –...
Wire Showing in Tyre Hamilton

Wire Showing in Tyre Hamilton

In a car tyre there are wires that are located under the tread. The wires are called steel belts that are made from steel and are used to reinforce the area under the tread. The steel belts provide puncture resistance and help the tyre shape to make the best contact...
Tyre Wearing on Edge Hamilton

Tyre Wearing on Edge Hamilton

Tyres wearing is normal as they get used so regularly, the tread gradually becomes shallower and the overall tyre performance changes. Wear on your tyres are normal, but there are a variety of reasons that could be causing more wear on your tyres than needed. It is...
Windscreen Washer Fluid Leaking Hamilton

Windscreen Washer Fluid Leaking Hamilton

Windscreen Washer Fluid Leak A windscreen washer fluid leak is when the windscreen washer reservoir gets a crack in it or is damaged, and the fluid from inside starts leaking out. On most cars, the washer fluid reservoir is located at the back of the engine bay, near...