How Do I Maintain My Car Battery?

car brokenCar Maintenance Ensures Safety

Well, the fist question really to ask is, “Why should I maintain my car’s battery?” Simply put, you don’t want to be left stranded at work, at home, or, heaven forbid, on the side of the road because your automobile electrical system stopped working. It’s not just a convenience matter, it also a matter of personal safety.

It’s not a good feeling to sit behind the wheel of your car to discover it won’t start. Even worse if it’s late at night in a not well populated area. To avoid the potentially scary scenario, here’s a few ways to take better care of your vehicle.

Five Ways To Maintain Your Car Battery

  • Visually inspect regularly
  • Keep the terminals clean
  • Top off the battery fluid when needed
  • Keep a set of jumper cables
  • Secure your battery

Visual Inspection - If you observe any bulges, cracks or vents in the battery’s case, it is an indication that the battery is failing and that you should replace it.

Minimize Corrosion - Terminal connections should be corrosion free and tight at the point they connect to the battery. If the battery cable ends or clamps have accumulated a white powdery substance, they can be cleaned with a solution of water and baking soda.

Top Off Battery Fluid – Battery fluid is simply distilled water. That is water that has been treated to contain no foreign chemicals or contaminants. Some older batteries have cell covers that can be removed, where distilled water can be added. Newer batteries are self-contained and required no fluid maintenance. If you’re unsure, ask your auto mechanic.

Keep a Set of Jumper Cables – If in the event you do need a boost due to a low (left lights on) or weak battery, having jumper cables makes it easier to ask for help for a jump. Not everyone carries jumper cables, but most peoples cars that are functioning can lend you the use of their working electrical systems, via a jump.

Secure Your Battery – If your battery is jiggling around, it could tip over. A loose battery bashing against other parts of your engine is bad. Battery acid spilling all over your motor is also bad. Keep the battery tray clean. Make sure the battery sits correctly.

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Raleigh NC 27609

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Why Doesn’t My Car Start In The Cold?

Man with broken car in winterThere you are, up early in the morning, frost is on the ground, and you’ve got an important meeting first thing at the office. You insert your key in the ignition, turn it, the engine ‘whirs & chugs’ a few times, and nothing; your car won’t start. Bummer, “What’s the problem now?”

There are a number of reasons for your car not starting when it’s cold, in the winter months, especially when you live in harsher climates. Why do car problems seem more pronounced when there’s a chill in the air? Or more specifically, why doesn’t my car start in the cold? Let’s explore a few reasons for these mechanical troubles.

Thicker oil

During cold, whether the oil becomes thicker so when a person tries to start a cold engine, it has first to try pushing away the cold. One solution to this problem is to use synthetic, or a lighter weight, motor oil because it will stay more fluid in the cold weather. Engine block warmers are common up north; keeping them plugged in overnight ensures easy start ups each morning. If available, keeping your car in a warm garage overnight helps too.

Weak or Dead Battery

In cold temperatures, the battery chemical reaction take place more slowly, making it produce fewer electrons, especially for older batteries. This leads to the starter motor having less energy to work with causing an insufficient rotation of the engine for starting. Keeping a trickle charger on the battery can pose an interim solution, but replacing the battery with a stronger newer one can help prevent other mechanical failures, including damage to the starter diodes and voltage regulator.

Lack of fuel or bad fuel mix

Having run out of gas, well, what else can be said? :) A bad mix of fuel can be another reason for your car not starting; this makes your fuel line to be clogged up. If your car does not have the right mixture of fuel to air, it will not ignite properly leading to your car not starting. Using ‘gum out’ in your carburetor and ‘dry gas’, or high-octane, gas additives can also provide a helpful solution.

Why doesn’t my car start in the cold? – Other Possibilities

Distributor failure

The distributor is responsible for passing out voltage to the spark plugs and engine cylinders. It is possible for them to wear out or fail overtime naturally; older distributers, with rotars, can get gunked up as well. Therefore, regular maintenance and tune ups are the best preventatives for this concern.

Worn out Water Pump & Bearings

Water pumps and engine crankshaft each have bearings that can wear out, specifically with older vehicles. If this happens to your car, your only remedy is to have the bearings or water pump replaced immediately.

Lack of Compression

Your car needs a certain amount of compression to enable the fuel mixture to ignite. Worn out piston rings as well as intake and exhaust valves that are not sealing the proper way bring about lack of compression. The solution to this problem is to replace the worn out piston rings and ensure that the intake and exhaust valve are properly sealing.

Extreme cold weather wreaks havoc on any car making it difficult to start. However, by following the above tips, starting your car during the cold weather will be greatly minimized.

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North Hills Exxon
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Raleigh NC 27609

919 787 2432

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What is a Good Car Maintenance Schedule?

woman-checking-oilYou must make sure that your automobile is taken care of the right way. However, it can be confusing to get your vehicle treated right because of all those parts. You might even become real confused if you look under the hood because there are so many things to keep track of.

This doesn’t mean that you cannot get your car maintained with a smart maintenance schedule. You’ll find that you can take care of all sorts of things in your car if you just create a schedule for car maintenance. It gives you a better idea of what you can do to maintain your car.

What to Regularly Schedule For Your Car

How can you tell when it’s time to take care of some things in your car? Just use your schedule! It’s easy to create one but you have to space everything out at the right times.

Be sure to repeat these procedures on a monthly or occasional basis; some inspections take longer than others based on how long ago it’s been since certain things were done.

Monthly Car Maintenance

Check all lights on the front and back of the car to see if they’re working. Check each tire’s air pressure and add new air as needed. Examine all belts and hoses for wear.

What To Check Every Three Months

Replace the engine’s oil and filter every three months. The air filter may also need to be treated. Test the battery and its cables; the battery must have a positive readout. Check and replace all brake and transmission fluids.

What To Check Every Six Months

Inspect the overall chassis to see if it’s lubricated. Clean off or replace the wiper blades; be sure to look at their rubbery parts to see if they’re sturdy and flexible.

What To Check Every Twelve Months

Replace the antifreeze or engine coolant. Inspect the brakes to see if they are worn out or if they need to be polished. Replace any spark plugs that may not be working. Replace the air filter for the cabin. Don’t forget your annual car inspections.

What To Check Every Two Years

Replace the fuel filter next to the fuel tank.

car-checklistYour Car Maintenance Checklist

Every inspection has a few staples to it. You’ve got to use these ideas to keep your car running:

  • Oil level
  • Fluid Containers (antifreeze, brake fluid, washer fluid, transmission)
  • Belts
  • Filters (air, fuel, etc.)
  • Tires
  • Tune up (wires, cap, plugs)

Look at the oil level on the dipstick inside your car. The oil level has to be at an appropriate height; this means that the oil is moving fun. If you don’t have much then you have to add oil. Take a look at any fluid containers inside your car. Even if you don’t have a need to replace any fluids, you should still check to see if they’re pure. Your car could be harmed by contamination in some fluids. Any contaminated fluid must be emptied. See any unusual colors under your hood? The odds are they’re from your belts wearing out. Sometimes a worn-out belt might have a lighter or darker look. Test your tires for air; most cars will list the appropriate air amounts for each tire within a space on the inside of the gas cap lock.

Car Maintenance Tips

An ounce of prevention is always important like they always say. You can use these maintenance tips to protect yourself:

You may need to take your car out to a professional oil change place with more professional tools to help replace the oil in your car.

Your tires must be thick. Always see if there are any problems relating to the tires on your car wearing out. They must be fixed soon.

Are you use the right fuel? Detonation can occur if you don’t. This is where heat and pressure levels in the car can change. Always use the right fuel to maintain your engine.

Don’t touch any glass materials as it can cause small bits of oil or grease to build up in them. Hold all glass items at their non-glass bases.

Check everything as soon as the check engine light goes off no matter how long ago it’s been since you last did certain things with your car.

Get a Car Maintenance App

Don’t forget to keep yourself in tabs with what you have to do. An app like aCar or Car Maintenance Reminder can take in information based on what you do with your car. You need an application if you want up to the minute info on what you have to do. It’s easy in today’s busy world to forget about what you need to do. A good app can remind you of it so you won’t be lost.

QUESTIONS??? - Contact us at North Hills Exxon if you’re in the Raleigh area and your vehicle needs help. We believe in not only providing you with good auto care but also in providing a great value. We want you to take care of your car and to avoid spending more than necessary. After all, taking care of your vehicle the right way is critical to keeping it safe and to keep repair costs down.

North Hills Exxon
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Raleigh NC 27609

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Car Repair Costs Must Be Checked

Car RepairThe unfortunate part about owing a car is that it will definitely struggle with mechanical issues over time. The worse part is that it can cost more to repair a car than what you might want to spend. Fortunately, you might not have to pay too much to get your vehicle repaired at North Hills Exxon.

In fact, you might be surprised at how the average cost of repairing a vehicle has declined over time. It’s estimated by CarMD that the average person who owns a car spent $334 on car repairs in 2011. This is in spite of how individual car parts have started to increase in value. The fact is that today’s cars are more reliable and don’t wear out as easily. Still, there is always a potential for a car to break down. With that in mind, you’ll certainly have to prepare for such a case.

 It’s also easier to afford car repair costs because the procedures used for repairing cars are easier to perform these days. The parts for repairs are easily available and what used to be hard for some mechanics to do is now routine work. CarMD estimates that the cost for repairing an inverter assembly in a hybrid vehicle has gone from $7,000 in 1996 to around $4,000 these days.

Regular Maintenance Helps Reduce Car Repairs

Of course, there is the hypothetical concern that some people might not spend much on car repairs because they feel that they cannot afford it or that their cars can keep working just fine with one or two minor issues. This is not recommended as it can put your car at the risk of suffering from serious damages. This could make repairs even more expensive once your car stops working altogether.

The threat that comes with your vehicle being damaged or likely to wear out over time can be a real burden. You have to take a careful look at car repair costs just to see what can be done for your vehicle and how taking care of a problem right now may end up being better to do than if you just let it go free without repairing it.

Contact us at North Hills Exxon if you’re in the Raleigh area and your vehicle needs help. We believe in not only providing you with good auto care but also in providing a great value. We want you to take care of your car and to avoid spending more than necessary. After all, taking care of your vehicle the right way is critical to keeping it safe and to keep repair costs down.

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4359 Six Forks Road
Raleigh NC 27609

919 787 2432

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Got Truck Repair?

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Your car’s so important to your life in Raleigh: when it breaks down, you need it back on the road as soon as possible – with the problem fixed right the first time. If you’ve ever check into some of the training technicians at North Hills Exxon receive, you may be surprised at how much knowledge and skill goes into diagnosing and repairing a modern car in Raleigh.

Our vehicle engines are more and more powerful, fuel efficient and reliable. This is all due to engineering. But the advances come at the price of simplicity. Modern cars in Raleigh are so much more complex from a mechanical and electronics standpoint that it makes your head spin. Vehicles have several networked computers controlling most of the engine functions and many other vehicle functions as well. Raleigh motorists take all of this sophistication for granted – but somebody has to fix it when it breaks.

It requires a high level of commitment on the part of the technician and North Hills Exxon as well. In addition to the training, there’s the financial commitment by North Hills Exxon to purchase the diagnostic and repair tools as well.

The ability to repair your car or truck requires a strong combination of training and resources. So try to relax next time you bring your vehicle in to North Hills Exxon. You’re in good hands.

At North Hills Exxon in Raleigh NC (27609) we install quality NAPA replacement parts. Give us a call at 919.787.2432. To learn more about NAPA AutoCare, visit www.NAPAAutoCare.com.

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Guide To Selecting Tires & Wheels

The North Hills Exxon Guide To Selecting Tires And Wheels

Tires & WheelsSome Apex, Cary & Raleigh motorists love driving, love their vehicles: To them, picking out the right tire is just as important – and just as much fun – as finding the right shoes is to a runner.

Now not everyone in the Triangle is like that. Many NC people have found that shopping for tires is overwhelming because there are just so many choices. So let’s break it down: there are four main categories of tires, depending on the kind of driving you do.

First, there are summer tires. You would buy summer tires if you’re looking for maximum summertime performance. The rubber is a little softer to help you stick to the road in fast corners. The tread has wide blocks at the shoulder to stiffen the tire in turns. The tread design can handle rain, but really isn’t set up for snow and ice.

Next comes winter tires. You would buy winter tires if you still like performance driving when it’s cold and slippery out, so you need a tread design that’ll really bite into ice and snow. The rubber compound is formulated to stay pliable when temperatures drop below 45 degrees so you get great traction even on dry roads. On the other end of the winter tire spectrum are tires designed to handle severe ice and snow conditions.

The third category is all-season tires. Now, most new cars come with all-seasons in Apex. The idea is a tire that you can use all-year round in NC. Naturally, the tread design and rubber compound is a compromise that won’t give you the extreme capabilities of summer or winter tires, but if your driving and weather conditions aren’t at the extreme ends of the spectrum, all-season tires might suit you just fine.

The last category is all-terrain tires. These tires are designed for both Raleigh interstate and off-road use. If you need a tire that gets good traction in the dirt and is tough enough for rocks and ruts and stuff, but still performs well on the road, an all-terrain tire might be just what you need.

Do you have low tread on any or a few of your tires? Talk with your cheerful North Hills Exxon tire professional in Raleigh about how and where you drive and get his suggestions for tires that’ll work for you.

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How to Find the Best Car Auto Repair Station

Best Auto RepairWhen disaster strikes in the form of an automobile accident, then you will need a good auto repair shop to save the day. When you need regular maintenance or tune-ups, you need the best car auto repair station again. Your car is a value possession that likely cost a lot of money. You don’t want to trust your vehicle with just any shop that you run across. There are a couple of key pointers to keep in mind when you are looking for the best auto repair shop.

Whether you know it or not, you put a lot of trust into your local auto repair shop. This is your vehicle that you use to get back and forth from work, drive your friends or loved ones around, and get to all of those important meetings. If you don’t find the best auto mechanic shop, then you are taking a risk. Each time you visit your mechanic, you are trusting that they are doing the best job they can.

Best Auto Repair Servies Require Certification

To guarantee that they are doing the best job, you should look for ASE certification. All of the best and most professional auto mechanics will be certified. Without certification, you are taking a risk every time that they touch your car. If you want to know you are safe when you are on the road, then look for that certification first.

If you know anything about vehicles, bring your car in for a tune-up and watch them perform their job. Check the tools they use and how well they handle your vehicle. If you find that they are capable of handling this job properly, they might be a good candidate for your new auto repair shop. However, if you don’t like how they handle your vehicle, you can always try the next guy.

Best Auto Repair Services Uses Best Tools & Technology

The best car auto repair station will keep up with the best tools and the best technology. This may be harder for small businesses, but there are still some necessities. A powerful diagnostic machine for examining your car is an absolute must. Without this, the mechanic may as well be working in the stone age. Ask your local mechanic if they use the newest and best diagnostic tools.

Finding the best car auto repair station isn’t as difficult as you might think. Most mechanics can do their job well and it is a difficult job. Don’t be too hard on them as you look for your new favorite.

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Annual Car Inspections – Emissions & Safety In NC

Car Safety InspectionMost states in the US have requirements for motorists to meet car emissions & safety inspection standards. The rules and laws differ from state to state in specific requirements but the main thread is similar in all states. The thought is to cut down on emissions from automobiles that cause smog and harmful contaminants in the air and to maintain cars in some sort of working condition that keeps them safe to operate.

In North Carolina, car emissions & safety inspection is required annually. Inspection items include headlights, taillights, wipers, brakes, horn, and tires. The working order of the exhaust & catalytic converter is the part where the emissions testing come in. Specialized equipment that connects a hose to the exhaust pipe will show whether there is an admissible amount of particulates in the exhaust gasses meets regulated levels. If not, the car will fail and a tune-up, or more involve emissions system repair, may be necessary.

In the early years there was somewhat of a conflict of interest if a repair shop was also the testing facility. It would be fairly easy for a repair shop to fail a motorist for brakes, as an example, and then render the vehicle inoperative until the brakes were fixed. Many times the repair shop would pad the repair job with a little more fixing than was necessary. That has been pretty much eliminated as tighter controls have been implemented on the repair shops.

Meeting car emissions & safety inspection standards do have an impact on safety on the roads and environmental control with the emissions inspections. Concerning safety, the most important mechanical items are the tire inspection and the brake inspection. Undoubtedly lives have been saved by the requirement that these two items be up to speed and working properly. Even though car safety laws could be changing in NC, it doesn’t mean that you still shouldn’t maintain your car regularly.

Is your car due for an inspection soon, or are you concerned with a safety item on your car that doesn’t appear to be working properly? Get your car serviced soon; preventative maintenance makes good sense and can save you from more expensive repairs in the long run. Have further questions, ask your trusted mechanic, he won’t “steer you wrong”.

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How Does a Car AC Act When its Low on Freon?

Car AC MaintenanceAnswer: Your car interior doesn’t cool down, and your temperature rises!

Here across the Triangle, we are all tuning up for the long summer season. The pollen is almost gone and we are ready.

We are tuning up at the gym. We tune up our tennis game. We are cleaning up the porch and planting flowers.

It is late April / early May in North Raleigh!

North Hills Exxon Customers are the Coolest in North Raleigh

But there are some things we put off on occasion that can cause us the greatest issues. We might ignore a burnt out light bulb. Maybe there is a small leak in the bathroom faucet. Or we have a small crack in the windshield. The old adage is true: small problems, if ignored, become big problems.

Yet we often ignore that yearly A/C tune up for the house. But when it hits 90 degrees in early May and that air is not cold any longer, the panic sets in and quick calls are made to fix it.

The same thing applies to your vehicle’s air conditioning. We often ignore the air conditioning units in our vehicles and hope that it cranks cold when we first use it this spring. A working A/C unit is the car is indeed an important investment in the hot months we experience here in Raleigh and the Triangle. Heading out for the weekend without air conditioning in the car is simply unacceptable. It just makes sense and cents to get your car, truck, and SUV to us at North Hills Exxon for us to evaluate the system for current and potential issues.

At North Hills Exxon, your Raleigh Auto Repair service center, we will check the following six areas in and around the unit to make sure you and your family are indeed the coolest people in North Carolina:

  • Refrigerant: Do you have enough?
  • Blower motor: Is it working right?
  • Condensation drains: Are they plugged up in any way?
  • Air Filter: Is it clean with good breathability?
  • Coils and connections: Are they looking normal?
  • Thermostat: It is functioning correctly? It has a high fail rate. 

Schedule your A/C tune up with us at 919 787 2432 and enjoy the cool breezes when it hits 100 degrees this summer! Call us today. Our automotive service guarantee makes us your local choice for everything from tire rotations to oil changes and everything in between.

How to Fix Your Car’s Air Conditioner

Are you a do it yourselfer? Here’s a short guide to how car air conditioning (AC) works, why it might not work, and what you can do about it.

Realize that auto AC is basically a refrigerator in a weird layout. It’s designed to move heat from one place (the inside of your car) to some other place (the outdoors)…

To learn more, check out the following, “How to Fix Your Car’s AC” on WikiHow…

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Car Battery Stress – 6 Causes

Car Battery Cables for JumpingEven though the weather around North Hills Exxon usually offers a mild climate most of the year, your vehicle’s battery can really take a beating over time no matter what month we are in on the calendar. With the average age of an automobile here in Raleigh and across the Triangle well over 10 years, there are many   running on borrowed time with their charging system. In just three short years after buying a new vehicle, the average vehicle battery is in its final days under your hood. Although well- maintained vehicles can easily roll over 100,000 miles, many of them can have three or more battery replacements during that mileage period.

Six Causes for Battery Stress:

  • Low mileage: Fuel is still near four dollars here and around North Raleigh. Many vehicles now go only to and from work. This is very hard on battery life.
  • Garage storage: A vehicle that sits in a damp and cool or a hot and humid shelter (good old North Carolina weather) can create battery issues.
  • Short stops: Batteries do partner with your alternator and the rest of your charging system. But it takes more than a mile or two to fully recharge a battery. To and from church, work or the grocery store is tough on the system.
  • Over use: Every time the kids wash the car in the driveway, they probably turn the radio up the whole time. The use of a battery when the car is not running is a big factor in battery failure.
  • Cracked casing: Make sure that the battery always stays in place. Accidents and abuse can crack the outside casing. Battery acid needs to be contained at all times. It is very damaging if it leaks.
  • Posts and corrosion: Even in well maintained vehicles, corrosion of the post and cables will happen. Prevention is easy with a monthly visual inspection and regular attention.

Batteries will fail permanently with little or no warning. A good rule of thumb is to have your battery inspected with every North Hills Exxon oil change and have us test it (yes we do this) on a yearly basis.

A fresh battery will always give your day a great start. We are there to help.

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4359 Six Forks Rd. Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-787-2432