Tag: travel

Tire Care

                                               Corny’s Sales & Service Inc Tech Question:  Hi, My name is Dan. My vehicle tires wore out early and I had to replace them. What can I do to make my tires last… Read more »

How Far Can You Run A Belt Pulley??

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Click on the first picture – see the rusty brown part under the engine belt, Also notice the belt is grooved. Do you see what needs to be replaced?  The car made it to our shop because we towed it in. The lesson learned here – this person had an Angel… Read more »

No risk to jump starting a car/truck? Think again.

Helping your buddy jump start his car? Are you sure you know how?? Caution: Even when following the proper connection procedure, damage to the electronics in both cars can occur. Use this procedure at your own risk. Quick tip: Most of the time, battery connections can be found under the hood of the car/truck you… Read more »

Gasoline – Does which one really Matter?

Our cars have changed from end to end. No chrome bumpers, thinner side glass, and “smaller” every where you look. These are just the facts to improve fuel economy and emissions. So what does this have to do with gasoline?  If your car has the little green leaf, E85 compliant, flex fuel., or indicates ethanol… Read more »

Gas powered car and Diesel Fuel – You did What???

On my plane ride home from Texas, I met a nice gentlemen from Pittsburgh. It didn’t take long to discover he too was a car guy. As we exchanged stories, one of his caught my attention. His daughters / boyfriend had filled her gas powered car with diesel fuel.   This is the Diesel Fuel… Read more »

Another trip and another issue – I should just stay home.

Have you ever wondered “Why me”. Thousands of people fly every day with little or no issues, not a home boy like me. I won’t go into the details of the trying day, but each issue was solved as it occurred. Some wringing of the hands here and there but, I made it to the… Read more »