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Car Care Tips from the Pros


Prepare You for Winter Driving

Its foolhardy to head out in a poorly maintained vehicle in


the dead of winter, of course, but even vehicle owners in temperate zones need a car care check as the days grow shorter,
note the pros with the nonprofit National Institute for
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), an independent group
that tests and certifies the competence of auto technicians.
Regular, routine maintenance can help improve your gasoline mileage, reduce pollution, and catch minor problems
before they become big headaches.
ASE offers these car care tips to give you peace of mind
during winter driving:
Before you do anything else, read your owners manual
and follow the manufacturers recommended service schedules.
Get engine performance and driveability problems hard
starts, rough idling, stalling, diminished power, etc. corrected at a reputable repair shop that employs ASE-certified
repair professionals. Cold weather makes existing problems
worse.
Replace dirty filters, such as air, fuel, and PCV. A poorly
running engine is less efficient and burns more gasoline.
As the temperature drops below freezing, add a bottle of
fuel deicer in your tank once a month to help keep moisture
from freezing in the fuel line. Keeping the gas tank filled also
helps prevent moisture from forming.
Change your oil and oil filter as specified in your manual
more often if your driving is mostly stop-and-go or consists of frequent short trips. A poll of ASE Master Auto
Technicians revealed that regular oil and filter changes is one
of the most frequently neglected services, yet one that is
essential to protect your engine.
The cooling system should be flushed and refilled as rec-

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ommended. The level, condition, and concentration of the


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cooled! The tightness and condition of drive belts, clamps,
and hoses also should be checked regularly by a professional
technician.
The heater and defroster must be in good working condition for passenger comfort and driver visibility.
Replace old blades regularly. If your climate is harsh, purchase rubber-clad (winter) blades to fight ice build-up. Stock
up on windshield washer solvent youll be surprised how
much you use during the winter months. And dont forget to
always carry an ice scraper.
Have your battery checked. The only accurate way to
detect a weak battery is with professional equipment. However,
most motorists can perform routine care: Wear eye protection
and protective rubber gloves. Scrape away corrosion from
posts and cable connections; clean all surfaces; retighten all
connections. If battery caps are removable, check fluid level
monthly. A word of caution: Removal of cables can cause
damage or loss of data/codes on some newer vehicles, so
always check your owners manual first. Be sure to avoid
contact with corrosive deposits and battery acid.
Inspect all lights and bulbs. Replace burned out bulbs;
periodically clean road grime from all lenses. To prevent
scratching, never use a dry rag. Clouded lenses can be refinished by many service outlets or by using a DIY kit found in
major auto parts outlets.
Exhaust fumes inside your vehicles cabin can be deadly.
Have the exhaust system examined for leaks and problems
while the vehicle is on a lift. The trunk and floorboards should
also be inspected for small holes.
Worn tires are dangerous in winter weather. Examine tires
for remaining tread life, uneven wearing, and cupping; check
the sidewalls for cuts and nicks. Check tire pressure once a
month, letting the tires cool down before checking the pressure. Rotate as recommended. Dont forget to check your
spare, and be sure the jack is in good working condition.
Under-inflated tires or poorly aligned wheels makes your
engine work harder and thus use excess gasoline.
Have your brakes checked periodically for safety and to
prevent costly repairs that can be caused by neglect.
The transmission is often neglected until a major failure.
Routine checks and fluid changes at prescribed intervals can
prevent very costly repairs down the line.
Always carry an emergency kit with you: extra gloves,
boots and blankets; flares; a small shovel and sand or kitty
litter; tire chains; a flashlight and extra batteries; and a cell
phone and extra car charger. Put a few high-energy snacks
in your glove box.
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
(ASE) was founded in 1972 as a nonprofit, independent organization dedicated to improving the quality of automotive
service and repair through the voluntary testing and certification of automotive technicians. ASE-certified technicians
wear blue and white ASE shoulder insignia and carry credentials listing their exact area(s) of certification. Their employers often display the blue and white ASE sign.
For more information, including seasonal car care tips, visit
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Its the beginning of fall, and time to consider your coolant.


This is a good time to think about your engine cooling system. Regular inspections and pressure tests of your cooling
system are of utmost importance, as is good maintenance by
following the vehicle manufacturers recommended coolant
change intervals.
As time passes, the protective anti-corrosive additives in the
antifreeze break down and lose their effectiveness. But antifreeze has two other very important jobs as well:
It is used to decrease the temperature at which the coolant
freezes.
It is used to raise the temperature at which the coolant will
begin to boil.
It is also very important that the proper ratio of water to
antifreeze is always maintained. Unless specified otherwise
by the vehicle manufacturer, the coolant in most vehicles
should consist of a mixture of 50% water and 50% antifreeze
before being added to the cooling system. This 50/50 solution
not only prevents freezing, but also preserves proper cooling
properties.
Also concerning the antifreeze to water mixture ratio: adding more antifreeze to the mix (once again, unless otherwise
specified by the vehicle manufacturer) to increase its percentage in the mixture is not better. Generally speaking, after the
ratio exceeds more than about 65% antifreeze to 35% water,
freeze protection can actually diminish, but even worse, heat
dissipation can radically decrease, since the water is the primary substance used for this purpose. Antifreeze itself actually has fairly poor heat transfer characteristics. Having too
much antifreeze in the mixture can actually cause engine overheating.
When having your mobile A/C system professionally serviced, insist on proper repair procedures and quality replacement parts. Insist on recovery and recycling so that refrigerant
can be reused and not released into the atmosphere.
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ABOVE: Oxbow goaltender Kaysea Neil makes a great save to
stop a shot by Exit 5s Courtney Amell (left, #6 in white) during last Wednesday afternoons
Girls Division III rst-round
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Amell would go on to score the
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MIDDLE RIGHT: Courtney Amell


(left, #6 in white), of Exit 5
and Oxbows Mason Tomlinson
(right, #17 in purple) duel down
in front of the Oxbow net during last Wednesday afternoons
Girls Division III playoff game
in Williamstown. Amell later
scored the game-winning goal
in overtime, to give Exit 5 a 2-1
win. Photo by Bill Croney
BELOW: Alyssa Morande, of
Exit 5 (left, #8 in white) and
Oxbows Natalie Barton (right,
#6 in purple) follow the bouncing ball during the rst half of
last Wednesday afternoons
Girls Division III playoff game, in
Williamstown. Exit 5 defeated
Oxbow 2-1 in overtime. Photo by
Bill Croney

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Last Friday afternoons Boys Division III soccer quarternal game in Williamstown was postponed because the ofcials deemed the eld
unplayable, but the players from Peoples Academy (left) and Williamstown lined up on their respective sides of the center line and had a
good natured, impromptu, snowball ght. Nobody was hurt, a lot of pent-up energy was expended, and everybody had fun! The game was
rescheduled for Saturday morning and Williamstown defeated Peoples Academy to advance to the Boys Division III seminals. Nobody
said who won the snowball ght. Photo by Bill Croney

Williamstowns Brandon Carrier (#3, in white) wins the battle


against Peoples Academys Lou Angione (right, #6 in green) during last Saturday mornings Boys Division III quarternal game in
Williamstown. The Blue Devils defeated Peoples to improve to 15-1
and advance to the Division III seminals. Photo by Bill Croney

Joe Yando, of Peoples Academy (left, #12 in green), heads the ball away from the Wolves net as
Peoples goaltender Joe Buonanna (right, #00) looks on during last Saturday mornings Division III
boys soccer quarternal game in Williamstown. Williamstown defeated Peoples to improve to 15-1
and move into the Division III seminals this week. Photo by Bill Croney

Williamstowns high scoring forward Nathan Poulin booms a shot toward the Richford net during last
Tuesdays Division III rst-round playoff game in Williamstown. The third-seeded Blue Devils defeated
Richford, 6-1, to advance to the quarternals against Peoples Academy. Photo by Bill Croney

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