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Why Is Your Car Overheating in the Winter?

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You might think that it’s impossible for your car to overheat in the winter when it’s cold out, but Pit Shop Auto Repair wants you to know that it’s actually common for people to experience overheating in colder months if there is something wrong with their automobiles. Let’s talk about the common reasons why cars…
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3 Cold Weather and Winter Driving Tips

Three Cold Weather and Winter Driving Tips

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Winters in Illinois is fast approaching. And you know that they can get brutal. That is why The Pit Shop Garage, your auto repair shop in Libertyville, IL is happy to offer you these three cold weather and winter driving tips. Your vehicle must be ready for all kinds winter traveling. Whether it’s during the…
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Common Causes of Vehicle Suspension Problems

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Suspension problems can start small and end up big and expensive. It’s important to take care of your automobile’s suspension just as well as you take care of the rest of your car. Pit Shop Auto Repair can diagnose and repair any suspension problem your car, truck, or utility vehicle might have. Here are common…
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Switch to Synthetic Oil Before Thanksgiving

Switch to Synthetic Motor Oil Before Thanksgiving

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You’re looking forward to Thanksgiving with your parents and your mother’s world-famous pumpkin pie; you aren’t looking forward to the drive. Hours in the car both ways with the kids whining is the only downside of this holiday weekend, and now is the time to have your vehicle serviced to ensure you don’t add hours…
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Things You Should Never See on Your Car’s Battery

Things You Should Never See on Your Car’s Battery

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It’s important to know your car battery’s age and to inspect it regularly. Automobile batteries only last three-to-five years on average. Take a look at the sticker on your vehicle’s battery to see when it was manufactured. Inspect the battery regularly, too, and if you see any of the following battery trouble, bring your vehicle…
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