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    FALL CAR CARE A Special Supplement to the

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    2 THE NORTHEAST SUN FALL CAR CARE • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 Prepare your vehicle for harsh weather As the seasons change, motorists must take steps to safeguard their vehicles, especially when the season changes from fall to winter. Each winter, many vehicles are subjected to sub-zero temperatures, snowfall and icy roads, and such conditions can take their toll on vehicles over time. Taking steps to prepare vehicles for winter weather is a vital step that can make cars and trucks safer for drivers and their passengers. Battery Old batteries should be replaced before winter begins. Without a strong, properly functioning battery, engines cannot turn over. Most batteries last between three and five years. However, extreme cold can compromise batteries, especially those that have been around awhile. Batteries are made up of acid and water, and cold temperatures can freeze the water, thereby affecting battery performance. According to AAA’s Automotive Research Center, at 32 F, the average battery loses 35 percent of its strength. Newer batteries can be protected by starting the vehicle each day to warm up and recharge the battery. Let the car run for at least 10 minutes if you cannot take an extended drive. Exterior maintenance Keeping a car waxed and sealed can help maintain a durable exterior finish. This includes not only the paint, but the rubber and vinyl parts of the car’s exterior. Winter is a good time to switch to a heavy-duty synthetic wax that can shield against water and road salts. High-quality sealants can be used on bumpers, trim and rubber door seals as added protection. Speak with an automotive retailer or even the car dealership if you are unsure which products will make your car’s parts most durable for winter weather. Do not stop washing your car just because the weather is cold. Slushy, wet roads and snow-melting salts can speed up the formation of rust or other decay on the undercarriage of the vehicle. These materials will need to be periodically cleaned off. Flush the underside of the vehicle whenever possible, taking advantage of any dry, slightly warmer days. Tire pressure According to the automotive retailer Pep Boys, vehicle tires lose a pound of air pressure for every 10-degree drop in temperature. Many modern cars will alert to changes in air pressure, and drivers should be diligent in maintaining the proper tire pressure. Fuel economy as well as handling ability can decline when tires are not inflated properly. Tires can be refilled at many gas stations for little cost. Wipers Visibility is key in hazardous weather conditions, and keeping the windshield clean is a priority. This means ensuring there is enough windshield wiper fluid in the car and that it is a product that will not freeze. Wiper blades can freeze and crack in the winter. Older blades may be more susceptible to damage. It’s a worthy investment to replace existing wiper blades at the start of each winter. When vehicles are parked, pull the wipers off of the windshield to safeguard them from sticking and cracking. Cold weather requires drivers to amp up their vehicle maintenance routines. Consult with a mechanic or automotive retailer for more ideas and products that can help your vehicles operate safely and efficiently this winter.

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    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 • THE NORTHEAST SUN FALL CAR CARE 3 Why clean air filters are important to your car Vehicle owners likely know up and impede engine performance the fuel pump, replace filters will restrict air flow. In such to check fluid levels and get or cause erosion of regularly. According to Gear- instances, drivers may notice their cars’ oil changed, but air parts under the hood. Heads, for older cars, studies a lack of power during acceleration. Replacing the filter filters may not be at the top It is much more cost-effective to routinely change air ing a dirty air filter, one can can easily restore that pep. have indicated that by replac- of their maintenance checklists. Despite being a relatively inexpensive part, air filsive engine parts. Rather than much as 14 percent. Environmental concerns are filters than replace expen- improve gas mileage by as · Reduce vehicle emissions. ters often go overlooked. ignoring air filters until the · Reduce stress on the a priority for many people. By Air filters have an important job in a vehicle, prolong- steps to keep filters clean and to-fuel mix in engines, even a properly, with the advantage last minute, drivers can take engine. Because of the air- keeping the engine working ing the life span of engines functioning at peak performanceance can affect what is going entering the chamber, a vehi- mixture that is slightly off bal- of clean, unobstructed air and helping cars run more smoothly and efficiently. · Improve fuel efficiency. on under the hood. That cle may produce lower emissions. Purpose of vehicle air filters flow to engines, resulting in harder to get enough clean air Replacing air filters is an Clogged air filters reduce air means the engine must work Vehicle combustion an improper ratio of air to into the chamber to complete easy fix that many drivers can engines operate with a mixture of fuel and air. Without can be negatively affected Automotive Training Center. mechanics to do during oil fuel. As a result, spark plugs the combustion cycle, says the do themselves, or ask their oxygen, gasoline or diesel and the engine may idle · Enjoy more power. A filter that is saturated with dirt visits. changes or other repair shop fuels cannot burn properly roughly or misfire. These scenarios can greatly affect and power the engine. The air filter’s job is to prevent dirt, fuel efficiency as well dust and other debris from as cause engine deposits from rich fuel. To being sucked into an engine. Otherwise, grime can build save money and trips to Prevent breakdowns with battery care Many drivers have experienced the misfortune of getting into their vehicles only to realize their engines won’t turn over. Although there may be plenty of reasons why a car will not start, quite frequently a dead battery is to blame. Car batteries can last for five years or more when properly cared for, but many batteries wear down and become inefficient within three years of daily use. According to the UK-based company Warranty Wise, car batteries deteriorate with every charge from a vehicle’s engine. Naturally, drivers who are stranded by dead batteries wish they had done more to prevent their battery dying while they’re on the road. Certain factors might offer clues as to how much life vehicle batteries have left. · Longer start time: A dying battery may cause the engine to crank, but it can be slow to start or not seem to exude a lot of power. · Cranks but doesn’t start: You may turn the key to hear the engine trying to turn over, but it won’t. Even if the vehicle eventually starts, have the battery checked and, if necessary, replaced by a mechanic. · A jump start has been necessary: Batteries that have required a jump or multiple jumps are on their last legs and should be replaced immediately. · Dim lights or check engine indicator: Batteries powers the electric components in a vehicle, so dim lights could be indicative of a loss of power. Having the “check engine” light come on also can be a clue. · Extreme temperatures: According to Firestone, hot or cold temperatures can shorten a battery’s life. If you live in an extreme climate, your battery may not last as long as the manufacturer suggests it should. · Short driving trips: People who take many short trips (less than 20 minutes each) may find their batteries do not have enough time to fully recharge, shortening their life expectancy. · Pungent aroma: Leaking and corrosion around the battery terminals can cause battery issues. If there is a rotten egg smell under the hood, it may be a leaking battery on its way to dying. Drivers can have their vehicle batteries tested by mechanics. Batteries can be replaced at home or at a garage. Servicing the vehicle frequently can prevent performance inefficiencies and help determine if any components are straining the battery and causing premature loss of battery life. NEW STATE OF THE ART HUNTER BALANCER +TIRE CHANGER HUNTER REVOLUTION Don’t pay more than you have to. FOR ALL YOUR BRAND NAME TIRES. Certified Service 2110 SASK Drv. S. 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    4 THE NORTHEAST SUN FALL CAR CARE • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 How to tell if you need a wheel alignment GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION Gas Bar & Convenience Store Come celebrate with us Tues. Sep. 19th Ribbon Cutting @ 10:30 am .10¢ of every liter sold donated to the SPCA Cooperative Coffee Sample Booth Try Our New State of the Art Car wash 2 Bathrooms Pay at the Pump Dyna Pro Water Jimmy Dean Breakfast Car Wash Reg Wash $6.99 Prem. $8.99 Exreme. $10.99 $3:00 OFF 10AM - 2PM BBQ Burgers Pop - $5.00 Join Cooper Bear for a cupcake Fresh Deli made Sandwiches F’real Milkshake Machine Slush’s Confectionary Items Lottery Propane 402 Sask AVE. E • 306-752-5515 Open 7 - days a week 6am-10pm • 14 Pumps to Serve You By Brian Turner Postmedia You’ve just dropped off your ride at the shop to have your new winter tires installed and balanced, when you get a call from your mechanic suggesting a wheel alignment to “protect your new tire investment.” But how do you know you really need that service? First, a little background is helpful. No matter how advanced, expensive or run-ofthe-mill your ride is, the wheel alignment (not to be confused with wheel balance) is basically related to three settings: Toe – front and rear wheels are never adjusted to track perfectly parallel paths. If they were, then you would constantly have to adjust the steering wheel to stay in a straight line. Instead, the front wheels are pointed slightly together or away from each other to provide a solid feel to the steering. The amount of this toe-in or toe-out varies from model to model and is set to tolerances of less than a half-inch. Camber – this represents the vertical angle of the wheels; with most vehicles, the top of each tire is slanted inward. As with toe settings, this provides a more solid feel to the steering, while giving each tire maximum grip on the road. Caster – this is commonly referred to as the crouch angle, and it relates to the position of each wheel within the wheel well, as in whether it’s “crouched” forward or rearward. Of these three, only one – the toe setting – is truly adjustable on most vehicles. The others are factory set and if they’re severely out of tolerance, it means something is bent. Usually the first thing a driver notices when wheel alignment goes awry is a steering pull to either the left or the right. There is a fine line between a steering pull and a normal drift. All roads are crowned in the centre to provide water drainage; the centre line is slightly higher than the outer paved edge. This means if you’re driving in the right lane and let go of the wheel, you will drift to the right. An easy way to test if your vehicle really does have a steering pull (rather than a drift) is to drive on a smooth straight section of an empty parking lot. If the vehicle still pulls to one side, you need to get things checked out. The second most common symptom of an alignment issue is uneven tire wear. This is also an easy DIY inspection: Crank the steering wheel so that you can easily view the tread faces of the front wheels. If they are worn more on one side than the other, chances are good you have an alignment problem. Don’t forget to check the rear wheels, as many vehicles have steering angle adjustments for them as well. Many shops will recommend an alignment inspection based simply on a vehicle’s age. Few customers know that there is no difference in fee between an inspection and the actual alignment adjustments. The lion’s share of the work in a wheel alignment is setting up the vehicle on a specialized lift and connecting the measurement equipment to each wheel. After that, performing the adjustments is a matter of unlocking and rotating the metal sleeves that are attached to the steering linkage. So before you agree to an inspection, ask about the fee first.

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    Get the right kind of oil Fall is a very busy season for garages and mechanics as there are still many people who like to service their vehicle before the winter. While some people will make an appointment with their dealer, many others with older vehicles still rely upon their trusted mechanics to have a look at their car or truck before the cold season. Among the many points to be checked is the engine oil. For many people, oil is oil and that’s all there is to it. But for car specialists, oil is a very technical matter to handle and choosing the right oil for their customers’ cars and trucks becomes a science for them. As a matter of fact, there are so many types of engine oils on the market, that today some knowledge is required in order to keep up with all that is offered. As a motorist, you might be surprised to learn that even older engines will start and even run better with lighter oils during the cold months of winter. That’s why many car manufacturers will suggest a 5W-30 engine oil during the cold season. The number 5 identifies the lightness of the oil when it is cold, the W indicates it is designed for winter use and the 30 means that when the engine has warmed up, the oil will have thickened to a 30 weight capability. The engine will then start more easily with the light oil and will be well protected at speed as the oil thickens slightly. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 • THE NORTHEAST SUN FALL CAR CARE 5 Did your brakes get cleaned? One of the most recommended auto services, just after oil changes and tire rotations, has to be routine brake maintenance without replacing the linings (pads/ shoes) or surfaces (rotors/ drums). If you want to get any quiet, reliable performance out of this vital safety system, making sure rust and corrosion hasn’t taken its toll, on most daily, yearround driven vehicles this needs to be done annually in many cases. With the popularity of open-style, spoked alloy wheels, wheel brakes with their abundance of untreated steel and cast metal, attract rust like it’s a cure for noisy brakes, instead of being one of the causes. Only a proper inspection of wheel brakes will tell a tech and his/her customer if a cleaning and lubrication service is needed for the moving mechanical components of either a drum or disc brake system. While any shop above a straight oil change oil facility will readily offer a brake cleaning service, there’s a world of opinions exactly how it should be done hence the wide variety of differences between techs’ applications. These range from a cursory spray down with a specialized cleaner and verification that the brake pads aren’t hung up by corrosion in their slider tracks to a full-blown disassembly of each wheel’s brake to thoroughly remove any rust, grit, and grime build-up from all brake pad tabs and tracks and a liberal application of a specific heatproof lubricant on these areas. Anything less isn’t worth the time and money. Good techs will also take the time to remove any rust scaling on the edges of the brake rotors or drums. This total job usually takes two hours on the average vehicle for a fourwheel service. Very thoughtful mechanics will remove the brake rotors and clean the surface on both the rotor and the wheel hub where they meet at the rotor’s centre hole. There can be a Pandora’s Box downside to removing some rear brake rotors. A lot of vehicles have their parking brake system (a small set of brake shoes) housed in a raise portion of the rear rotor; known as drum in hat design. These shoes and their associated hardware are impossible to view with the rotor in place and the act of properly removing the rotor for inspection can break or damage any rusted springs or hold-down clips. This can leave a customer in the lurch if he or she isn’t made aware of the risk before the removal takes place. But once the wheels are back on and your vehicle is out in the parking lot, how can you tell what type of brake service your ride received? If your vehicle is equipped with open-style wheel rims you can see most of the calipers and rotors through the wheel spokes. Check the area where the metal tabs at the end of the brake pads ride in their tracks. These areas should be free of rust and have a visible amount of grease-type lubricant on them. You can view the inner sides of the brakes by means of a mirror on a long handle or with a cellphone camera on a selfie stick. Custom Cleaning Packages Starting at $49.95 Call Now We Will Soak Up All The Summer Fun Relax After Harvest Let Us Get Your Vehicles Looking Like New Call: 306-873-2150 With The Purchase Of 4 New Tires - No Charge Seasonal Change-Overs - No Charge Tire Storage Contact Service For Details Call: 306-873-2633 406-100A St. Tisdale • www.bowmargm.ca

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    er, out arm ws as eep ice loss of grip on cold, wet roads. Winter tires however, remain flexible and can still grip at low temperatures thanks to 6 THE NORTHEAST SUN a FALL higher CAR CARE percentage • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER of natural 15, 2017 rubber. Cleansnow - Repair on rubber. - Recore Auto - Farm - Industrial Close-up of sipes Steve Willan biting edges that greatly improve "Best Placetraction in Town in snowy, toicy Take conditions. a Leak" 295 - 16 th St West Prince Albert, SK Always install ur winter tires! talling only two will inconsistent traction Owener/Operator SEMI-ANNUAL requirements. MULTI-POINT MAINTENANCE INSPECTION e end of the vehicle react the same as the r, meaning you could htail or spin out of control. Gripping treads Close-up of grooves ONLY $39.95 + tax (Regular rate $89.95 + tax) Only until Sept 30th, 2016 Winter tire tread patterns, which are much deeper than all-seasons, are designed to dig down and bite into snow and ice. Snow sticks in wider tread grooves, as snow-on-snow traction is better than Biting edges Sipes, the thin slits cut across the surface of winter tires, create tons of Tel 763 - 3139 Always check for paradiatorshop@live.com this symbol when buying winter tires. Fax 764 It signifies - 1560 the tires meet the Rubber Association of Canada’s severe snow performance Let us check your: • Transmission • Suspension • Steering • Exhaust • Fuel System • Coolant • Throttle • Brakes • Tires • Engine Air Filter & More. Call Jeri, Dana or Neil in our Service Department today to book your appointment! 306-862-4621 www.murraydunngm.com Below 7 C Below 7 C Around 7 C Above 7 C Winter tires 38.3m Minivan All-season tires Winter tires 35.7m AWD All-season tires 42.8m A closer look at winter tires Wet Rough Soft Hardpack asphalt Wet ice ice snow snow (5 C) Comparing types of tires Winter studded For harsh snow, ice and freezing water. Soft rubber designed to grip ice. Winter For harsh snow. Soft rubber designed to grip snow. All-weather For rain, slush and snow that melts quickly. Designed to stay flexible in milder conditions. All-season For warm, dry and mildly wet conditions. Hard rubber designed for a longer tread life. AUTOMOBILE DETAILING SERVICES CUSTOM DETAILING PACKAGES AVAILABLE SUSAN BATSFORD, GRAPHICS EDITOR, TWITTER @SBATS1; INFOGRAPHIC BY MEGAN DINNER/QMI AGENCY Vehicles & Boats From a simple wash & vac to a complete clean! Call now for your fall cleanup by appointment only! 306-752-9403 • Hwy. #6 South Open Mon. - Fri. - 8am - 5:00pm www.kencampbellsales.com 51.1m Asphalt stability Winter is coming make sure your car is ready

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    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 • THE NORTHEAST SUN FALL CAR CARE 7 Improper winter storage can be an expensive lesson By Alyn Edwards Postmedia The retired Vancouver architect was excited to get his prized 1956 Thunderbird out for a drive after nearly five years of garage storage. He hadn’t touched the car in all those years because of a busy life. He knew enough not to try to start the engine with old fuel in the tank. In fact, moisture inside the tank had eaten through the metal and the tank needed replacing. With that done and some fresh gas, the car was started. He thought a drive would smooth out the engine that ran poorly. But the engine got worse during the drive as the years of poor storage with moisture in the air caused the valves to stick. The result was a series of bent pushrod, a bent valve and a twisted connecting rod. Once the heads were removed, it was determined that a complete engine rebuild was necessary. Years of storage without the car being given the proper attention proved to be an expensive proposition. “The worst problem is leaking gas from tanks that rust because of moisture on the inside,” says Vern Bethel of Vancouver’s False Creek Automotive that repairs and stores classic vehicles. “Drain the tank for longterm storage and make sure the vehicle is stored in a dry environment.” He points out that fuel stabilizer additives don’t prevent moisture buildup and corrosion inside gas tanks. Art Carty, co-proprietor of Fawcett Motor Carriage in Whitby, Ontario – arguably Canada’s oldest restoration shop – has seen all the horror stories. He once bought a beautiful yellow 1959 Cadillac convertible as part of a large collection in Washington State. The decision to drive it away proved to be a challenge when the old gasoline in the tank caused the valves to stick. Being a seasoned mechanic, he poured some transmission fluid down the carburetor with the engine running which eventually cleared up the problem. But he could have easily been sidelined seeking roadside assistance with severe engine problems. “If gas has been in the tank for two years or longer, we always dump it,” he says. His tips for proper storage of classic vehicles deal with two situations: heated indoor storage and unheated indoor storage. Of course, valuable classic vehicles should never be left outside over the winter. And the big killer is outside storage with a car cover trapping moisture which eats the vehicle. “Owners should assess their storage situation and take appropriate measures to protect their investment in collector vehicles,” Carty says. “Each situation will be different and will warrant a specific list of precautionary steps.” With heated storage, gas tanks should be filled with premium fuel that contains no ethanol. Ethanol is notorious for damaging gaskets and rubber parts in fuel systems. The tank should be full to limit moisture buildup. A gasoline stabilizer product should be added to the full tank of gasoline and run through the engine for a few minutes so the stabilized gas remains in the entire fuel system including the carburetor. For longer term storage, Carty recommends pouring a small amount of engine oil or transmission fluid down the carburetor to fully lubricate the valve train. This will go a long way to preventing sticking valves when the engine is started. He recommends engines be started once a month and run for approximately 10 minutes to get any moisture out of operating components. Move the car back and forth to exercise the clutch and brakes to prevent sticking from lack of use. Vancouver’s Vern Bethel recommends plastic over cars stored in parkades, even with car covers to prevent paint damage from dripping overhead pipes or leaks through concrete. He also recommends coating chrome surfaces with Vaseline to prevent corrosion. Additional tips from the experts: Change the oil and filter before storage to reduce harmful contaminates damaging engine parts Use only breathable car covers to prevent moisture build up Don’t cover a vehicle in unheated storage Don’t allow direct daylight as UV rays fade upholstery and carpeting Drive the vehicle onto plywood squares to prevent moisture buildup from concrete floors Plastic under vehicles stored on dirt prevents moisture buildup Plug exhaust pipes to prevent critter entry Open baking soda containers in vehicle interior and trunk to catch moisture VEHICLE NEEDS A GOOD CLEANING? BOOK NOW FOR A PROFESSIONAL DETAILING! Packages Ranging From $24.95 to $299.99 Use a rodent repellent in trunks and interiors – mice love to eat upholstery and wiring Check antifreeze for unheated storage – cracked blocks and batteries could be the result of inadequate antifreeze Unhook battery and use a battery tender or remove battery and place in heated storage on a shelf – not on concrete For long-term storage, place the vehicle on jack stands under the frame to prevent tire flat spots, but keep the tires touching the ground to avoid drying out “I see the problems of poor storage every year,” Art Carty says from his Whitby restoration and repair shop. “Everything from pimpled paint because poor storage has allowed moisture to get into the primer under the paint to engine problems that are one hundred per cent preventable. It’s all about an ounce of prevention being worth a pound of cure.” VEHICLE NEEDS SERVICING? Your trusted Factory Trained Certified Technicians are here to help! 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