Car Care: Engine Tune-Up and Fluids
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

Your car is important, you likely depend on it daily and it’s one of your most costly investments. This is why understanding your cars needs and maintenance schedule is so important. With the help of CareCar.org, here’s some tips to help you become more car aware....

The Right Bilstein Shocks For Your Car
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When you are looking to replace or upgrade your suspension, consider putting on a set of Bilstein shocks for superior ride quality and performance. Utilizing monotube gas pressure absorption, originally developed with Mercedes-Benz, Bilstein’s are suitable for any vehicle, from rally racers to dai...

Car Care Guide: Brakes
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

  April is National Car Care Month. So today we follow along with CarCare.org, to take a look at braking systems....

How a Little Girl Influenced Mercedes-Benz
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

Before there was Mercedes-Benz, there was just two independent car manufacturers in the world. Benz and Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG) were both producing cars in the early 1900’s and were eager to distinguish themselves from the other. Benz used the trademark of simply the name “Benz” sur...

Car Care Guide: Belts and Hoses
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

Do you keep a record of when all your belts and hoses have been changed? Are you inspecting them regularly? If not, you should be. Serpentine belts power the water pump, alternator, power steering and AC compressor, meaning that a snapped one will cause a break down. A blown hose could cause engine ...

Oscaro Now Carries Synergy Tie Rod Ends and Ball Joints
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

The specialists at Synergy have been engineering the highest quality vehicle components for over ten years. All parts go through rigorous testing and are proven on some of the toughest terrain from all over the world. They then take this rigorous testing to ensure your vehicles replacement parts las...

Why Do We Become Attached To Cars?
Blog | By Oscaro Staff

We love our cars, in fact, in a recent Autotrader survey, 70% of drivers feel “very attached” or “somewhat attached” to their car. We don’t become this attached to our other possessions. We don’t name our smartphones or talk to our houses so why do we become attached to cars?...

How To Replace An Oxygen Sensor
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The oxygen sensor’s (or lambda sensor) main purpose is to keep the engine running as efficiently as possible in order to reduce emissions. For a gas engine to run optimally, it needs a specific ratio of gas and oxygen. Too little air and there will be left-over, unburnt fuel causing the engine to ...

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