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About Automobilexyz

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    Toyota
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    Bangladesh
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    Hi, I am Rakibul, Automotive Mechanics, I love Car!

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  1. High engine oil consumption is an unexpected but a typical scenario for everyone who drives automobiles. Many of us have to deal with this situation quite often, especially when the vehicle is aging. And this time we guess, you’ve got the situation opting in and looking for a quick and long-term solution. Details in the Below : High Engine oil consumption? Causes, symptoms, consequences, and solutions
  2. Moving around in your new or old drive is so much fun until you start leaving a trail of colored smoke everywhere you go. Imagine causing air pollution every time you are on the go, frustrating, yeah? Black, gray, blue or white smoke from exhausts takes away all of the fun. This signifies various car problems, depending on the color, when it started, and how dense it is. As a driver, it is pertinent to pay attention to your car and spot out any unusual behavior as early as possible. This is why we have compiled this guide to give you a complete understanding of the various smokes from the exhaust, what they signify, how to fix them and other related problems. Details in below ::: White Smoke from Exhaust-Causes and Solutions
  3. If you want to know about how do spark plugs work, then you have landed on the right page. Spark plugs are a necessity as you cannot start your car’s engine without spark plugs. They are small insulated plugs with the threaded structure on the end that look like a bolt and are fitted on top of the engine’s cylinder head. Details in the bellow: How Do Spark Plugs Work: All That You Need to Know
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