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Six Signs That Your Alternator Is Going Bad

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A dead battery isn’t necessarily a problem with the battery; it could be your European automobile’s alternator. The alternator is tasked with keeping the battery charged, and it can’t do its job if it’s going bad. A bad alternator means a dead battery regardless of the battery’s health. 610AutoHaus lists six signs that you’ve got…
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Reasons Why Your European Automobile’s Engine Is Sputtering

Reasons Why Your European Automobile’s Engine Is Sputtering

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European automobiles are known for their performance; a sputtering engine just shouldn’t happen. In any vehicle, whether European, Asian, Domestic, engine sputtering signals an internal problem stemming from the exhaust system or combustion chamber most likely. It can also be a fuel-related problem. If your vehicle’s engine has started sputtering recently, bring it into 610AutoHaus…
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The Difference Between Leaking and Clogged Fuel Injectors

The Difference Between Leaking and Clogged Fuel Injectors

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Germany’s Mercedes-Benz introduced and fuel injectors the fuel injection system into automobiles in 1954. The European automobile manufacturer took advantage of fuel injection to power its W196 Formula 1 racer. Mercedes-Benz used the Bosch direct injection engineering found in aircraft engines for the race car and made the technology commercial in 1955 with the 300SL.…
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Why Is Cold Weather So Hard On Car Batteries?

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With the average winter temperatures in the 20s, 30s, and 40s here in beautiful Pottstown, PA, it’s no wonder many drivers end up with a dead car battery, but what is it about winter weather that kills car batteries? It doesn’t matter what you drive – Asian, Domestic, European, car, truck, or SUV – cold…
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Don’t Skimp on a Used Car Inspection

Don’t Skimp on a Used Car Inspection

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You’ve finally found it! Your dream Porsche. It’s used but it is in mint condition and doesn’t have a ton of miles on it. You can just buy it, right? It’s dealer-certified and it’s only had one previous owner; no worries. Well, to be honest, 610AutoHaus recommends you dig a little deeper before you purchase…
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What Is Scheduled Auto Maintenance?

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Purchasing a new European vehicle is exciting, but being a car owner comes with responsibilities. If you want your car to last for hundreds of thousands of miles, it will require routine auto maintenance. Look inside the vehicle owner’s manual and you will find a detailed calendar of when and what needs to be done…
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Getting Your Car Road Trip Ready

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Now that warmer weather is upon us, it is time to start planning that perfect summer road trip. Whether you decide to take a much-needed summer fun trip to the Jersey Shore or opt for a relaxing drive to the Poconos, you want to know that your car road-ready. The European automotive experts at 610AutoHaus…
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4 Signs Your Carburetor Needs Cleaning

4 Signs Your Carburetor Needs Cleaning

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Your European automobile is a high-performance automobile no matter the make and model you drive. As we discussed in a previous blog, European manufacturers design their vehicles with performance in mind. As such, there will be times when your carburetor needs cleaning and/or an adjustment. We can handle that for you at 610AutoHaus, so bring…
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