Posts filed under: demeny’s tips

People often say that you should add dry gas to your fuel tank when you live around here in the winter.  It is NOT necessary to do that.  The gas that you buy at the gas station already has ethanol...
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Your tire is filled with gas, which in the cold doesn’t take up as much volume, so the pressure drops. Some mornings you will wake up and you’ll have a couple pretty flat tires. This isn’t time to freak out!...
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Your car has 4 tire pressure sensors, one per tire, and when they detect that your tires are getting low on air, there is a symbol that will show up on your dashboard.  It’s sort of an upside down horseshoe...
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Demeny explains how, as an emergency repair to a car, an egg can be added to a leaking radiator when it is beyond repair....
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If you do nothing else for your car, change the oil religiously. We have seen more than one engine completely ruined by infrequent oil changes. The oil in your engine is the only thing that prevents metal on metal friction...
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If you are planning on keeping your car for more than a year, use premium parts. We always recommend them because they last longer, have fewer problems and failures and save you more in the long run on labor....
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Many headlight and taillight bulbs are relatively easy to replace yourself (although some are hard even for us and these should be done by us to prevent damage to your car). If you want to save a few bucks, stop...
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Vermont State Inspection is a safety and emissions test, proscribed by the state....
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