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Your truck, car, SUV, or any other vehicle, needs to go through a complete service routine and maintenance check in order to keep on running strong. Sometimes, however, car issues may arise. Every vehicle will show some sort of warning signs. Here we will talk about the most usual car problems that any owner can go through and about ways they can be fixed.


One of the most common issues are breakdowns that trigger check engine light. They illuminate when the vehicle’s engine control unit, or ECU for short, detects a code that is triggered by the sensors. Hiring a professional mechanic here would be the best option. He can complete the warning light inspection with ease and finds the best possible way on how to solve the problem, especially since there are more than 200 possible warning codes.


Speaking of the check engine lights, in several states in North America if an emissions test that is required in order to register your car lights up, it is considered an instant fail. The majority of emission centers will let you know what exactly is a problem. In the case of EVAP, or evaporative emission control, the system prevents the fuel vapors from escaping into the atmosphere. That means that the EVAP system does not maintain the pressure and ECM recognizes an evaporative emission control leak.

Different types of leakage come in the form of codes. For example, code p0456 would mean that there is a small-sized leak that is smaller than 020” in diameter. Even if it is a small leak, in order to fix it, you would need the mechanic and make the necessary repairs. That way you can ensure passing your registration.


Let us talk about car batteries. In most of the cases, they last for 50,000 miles (ca. 80,467 km) or approximately three years. Their demise is caused by reduced electrical currents or amps. It naturally decreases over time, thus the battery is losing its ability to maintain a charge. This issue may be sped up in case if battery temperature, alternator, or any other car charging system is damaged. The best solution is to replace a battery every three years, even if there are no signs of problems. That way, the potential troubles may be avoided.

Flat Tires

After being punctured or after striking a sharp object on the road, most tires become flat. They can tear and become completely useless. That is rather inconvenient, although you can extend their lifespan. If you keep them properly rotated they can last longer and that is recommended by any vehicle manufacturer. So basically, just like in the previous case, after 5,000 miles you should change their positioning.

Is It Getting Hot In Here?

It is rare for something like this to occur but, it is still possible so this is why it is on the list. As we know, the car cooling system is very complex. It has many different sensors that pay attention to temperature, airflow, and other components. By changing the water pump and by the regular usage of a coolant flush, you can stop the issue before it even happens.

What Have We Learned?

In order to stay operable, all cars need maintenance. Changing oil, tire rotation and other things that you need to constantly check will keep your vehicle at its best. Some problems are more complex and harder to fix than others, but regardless, there is always a solution.