Monthly Archives: February 2015

Hanover Park Drivers: Get Fresh Air Inside Your Car

Let's talk about air quality in Hanover Park. It's a global issue, but affects us wherever we are. Many decades ago, Hanover Park motorists began to become aware of how air pollution negatively affects health. But what about the air inside your vehicle? Cabin air filters are now coming on most new pickups in Hanover Park. These filters clean the air in the passenger compartment. They can filter particles down to three microns, so that's good enough to clean out dust, pollen and most pollutants. If you suffer from allergies in Hanover Park, this is very good news. Your car can be a haven during your Hanover Park commute. Now, it's only been in the last few years that cabin air filters have become common in Hanover Park. You can look in your owner's manual to see if you have one. If you do, there'll be a recommendation for replacing it when it gets dirty. If you live in an area of Hanover Park where there's a lot of d ... read more


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Keep Your Hanover Park Car Breathing Free: Engine Air Filter

Hey Hanover Park car owners – this is something really amazing: For every gallon of gas your pickup burns, it uses 12,000 gallons of air. All of that air has to be filtered to keep your engine clean. That's like a hundred gallons of air every block! The engine air filter is just another example of a very important but inexpensive part that has to do a tremendous amount of work. And when it works, everything goes well. But, when it doesn't, well, it can lead to costly problems. Of course, your auto maker recommends how often to change your air filter. But like most service intervals, where and how you drive your car in IL affects when your filter needs to be changed. Dusty conditions around Elk Grove Village or polluted city driving means you'll need to change your filter more often. Your understanding Kamphaus AutoCare and Emission service professional can check your filter for you. In fact, it's often a routine part of an oil ... read more



Hanover Park Exhaust And Emissions Service

Hanover Park Exhaust And Emissions Service FEBRUARY 10, 2015 BY KACADMIN Many Hanover Park motorists don't realize that there is more to exhaust system maintanance than just tailpipes and mufflers. And if you can see smoke, or if it's too loud. Exhaust service at a full-service automotive center like Kamphaus AutoCare and Emission is really a lot more comprehensive these days. For example, in the U.S., the federal government required catalytic converters for all cars in Hanover Park in 1976 and on-board emission control computers in 1990. IL and federal emissions requirements have forced car makers to come up with much more sophisticated ways to comply with environmental laws. This also goes for cars sold in Canada. So, exhaust service has really become exhaust and emissions service. High-tech computer-controlled emissions ... read more



Fuel Saving Tip: Tire Pressure Saves Fuel In Palatine

Under-inflated tires waste gas for lots of folks in the Palatine area. Think how hard it is to walk in sand – you just have to work harder because of the resistance. When your tires don't have enough air in them, their rolling resistance is dramatically increased and it simply takes more gas to get from Hanover Park to Palatine. Always check your tire pressure when you gas up at one of our local Palatine service stations. If they're low – even just a little bit – bring them up to proper pressure. There's a sticker on the inside of your driver's door that gives the manufacturer's recommended tire pressure. And don't rely on your tire pressure monitoring system to alert you to when you need more air. The TPMS system is set to warn you when pressure drops twenty percent below recommendations. That's severely under inflated and you needed more air a long time ago. And if you have a slow leak – get it fixed right away at ... read more


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