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Lexus GS F: Five Reasons Why You Should Buy

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Lexus is known for its safe and dependable luxury vehicles. However, don’t underestimate this automaker’s ability to develop fun-to-drive cars. If you’re seeking a high level of performance, take a look at the Lexus GS F. It ranks among the most exciting sports sedans on the market. With 2020 being the last year of this car’s production, now is the perfect time to go shopping for one. Here are five reasons why you should consider buying a GS F. Top...
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Pandemic Motoring: How to Keep Your Chevy Running Strong

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Although we’re in the middle of a serious pandemic, not everyone has the luxury of being able to stay at home. If you commute to work, it’s important to keep your vehicle in top-notch condition. Here are some important maintenance tips for Chevy owners. Change the Oil Regularly If you want to keep your Chevy running strong, make it a point to have the oil changed regularly. Most Chevy vehicles built in the past 15 years come equipped a convenient...
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Getting Your Money’s Worth: Five Things That Can Hurt Toyota Resale Value

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Toyota vehicles tend to maintain their value better than other models. If you decide to sell or trade-in your Toyota for a newer model, you want to get the most possible money back. Here are five things that can lower Toyota resale value. Poor Maintenance Poor maintenance often results in low Toyota resale value. Although Toyota makes some of the most reliable vehicles on the market, routine servicing is still important. Make it a point to have your oil changed...
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Summer Car Problems – Watch Out for These Common Vehicle Issues

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Many people look forward to enjoying the summer. It’s the perfect time of the year to take an epic road trip. However, the hot weather can put a lot of stress on your vehicle. This is the reason why top mechanics stress the importance of routine maintenance, Let’s take a look at the most common summer car problems. 1. A/C Won’t Cool When the weather starts to heat up, the cool breeze from an A/C makes life on the road...
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Car/Truck Care Blunders You Should Avoid – As Per Top Raleigh Mechanics

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You could unknowingly be hurting your car/truck performance and reliability. While some vehicles are simply built to be more reliable than others, many problems can be blamed on the owner. According to expert mechanics, here are some of the biggest car care mistakes blunders you can make. Going Without an Oil Change For good reason, automotive mechanics stress the importance tune ups. One of the most important services on the routine maintenance car/truck check list is getting an oil change....
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Creech import repair NAMED CARFAX TOP-RATED service shop

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  Creech Import Repair Named CARFAX TOP-RATED Service Shop Verified Customer Ratings Used to Name the Inaugural CARFAX Top-Rated Service Shop of 2019   Creech Import Repair is being celebrated as a CARFAX Top-Rated Service Shop based on verified reviews from actual customers. The exclusive list of service shops being recognized in the inaugural CARFAX Top-Rated Service Shops received an average of 4.77 stars out of five on CARFAX Car Care (formerly myCARFAX). “Our goal is to help people make...
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The Everyday Grind: Best Import Sports Cars for Daily Commuting

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Some sports cars make great weekend toys. Unfortunately, they may not be reliable and comfortable enough to drive on an everyday basis. Here are six of the best import sports cars for daily commuting. Subaru BRZ The Subaru BRZ is highly recommended for commuting. Although the BRZ may not offer the performance of a Ferrari, it’s still incredibly fun to drive. Under the hood sits a strong four-cylinder engine, which develops up to 205 horsepower. Meanwhile, a low center of...
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Don’t Forget to Check These Things Before Buying A Jeep Wrangler

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The Jeep Wrangler is among the most popular SUVs for serious adventure seekers. Many people love its superior off-road capabilities. If you want to avoid the expense of a brand-new Jeep Wrangler, considered buying a used one. However, you must make sure it’s in great condition. Here are a few of the most important things to check when shopping for a pre-owned Jeep Wrangler. Look Underneath the Vehicle Are You Buying A Used Jeep Wrangler? Even if the SUV’s exterior...
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Enhance Honda Civic Performance By AVOIDING These 5 MODS

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The Honda Civic is one of the best-selling import cars in history. It’s definitely popular among younger “tuners” who desire a fun and efficient ride. Affordability is another reason why this car is so well-liked. While there are plenty of MODS to customize your Honda Civic. However many of the MODS that are available actually decrease Honda Civic performance. Therefore, many options are simply not worth it. Here are the worst modifications you can make to a Honda Civic: 1....
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Pre-Purchase Inspection: Top Five Components That Need to Be Checked

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Before spending your hard-earned money on a used car, be sure to first get a pre-purchase inspection. Even if the vehicle seems to be in good condition, you shouldn’t take any chances. To avoid becoming the owner of a lemon, always allow an experienced mechanic to check out the vehicle beforehand. Here are the most important components that need to be examined for potential problems. #1 Pre-Purchase Inspections Include Thoroughly Inspecting The Vehicle’s Engine During a pre-purchase inspection, your mechanic...
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Affordable, Fun, and Reliable: Five Vehicles for Drivers on a Budget

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Many of today’s new cars cost a small fortune. The high cost of maintenance makes some vehicles even more expensive to own. Luckily, there are some affordable options to consider. Here are five great rides for folks on a tight budget. Honda Fit If you aren’t looking to spend big money on a new vehicle, take a look at the Honda Fit. This affordable hatchback offers a lot of driving fun for the money. You’ll enjoy its nimble handling and...
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7 Key Tips for Safe Driving in Bad Weather

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Driving a motor vehicle requires your complete attention. Bad weather makes your job even more challenging. Even if you momentarily lose focus at the wheel, the chances of you being involved in an accident will increase. There are plenty of ways to improve you safe driving habits, including having your vehicle inspected by an experienced auto repair technician. Here are a few tips for handling inclement weather. 1. Reduce Your Speed When the weather starts to turn bad, your best...
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Performance Issues: What’s Causing Your Car to Lose Power?

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Performance Issues: What’s Causing Your Car to Lose Power? Poor performance will make your vehicle far less entertaining to drive. It’ll also make merging onto the highway and passing a lot more challenging. A lack of maintenance is often the culprit. Here are some of the most common reasons why your car could be losing power. 1. Dirty Air Filter According to auto repair experts, a dirty air filter is one of the biggest reasons why your car owners experience...
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Technology in Cars Making the Roads Safer

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New Technology in Cars Making the Roads Safer Cars and technology have been fantasized about for decades now, between James Bond and Batman, people have imagined all sorts of gizmos and gadgets to make their vehicle cooler. In the last few years, there has been a huge rise in the technologies that are implemented in automobile design. The following are the top 5 coolest uses of technology in automobiles. Audi TT Spoiler Spoilers function by redirecting wind flow to increase...
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Save Money Maintaining Your Vehicle’s Appearance During Cold Weather Months

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Challenging Seasonal Driving Conditions With the arrival of the holiday season, some residents of Raleigh will journey to visit family and friends in distant places. Roadway travelers may even anticipate challenging weather conditions along the way. If you find yourself in this situation, taking steps to maintain your auto’s attractive appearance becomes important. It could help you save money later! If you study automotive values in consumer reference guides, you’ll notice condition matters during the evaluation of secondhand vehicles. A...
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Car Alignment….. A Simple Overview…..

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If you let your hands off the wheel of your vehicle and it starts to pull in either direction, you may have an alignment problem. A vehicle that maintains the correct alignment will track straight on its own without any need for the driver to correct the input. At times, the steering wheel itself may be off-balance because the weighted-balance in it is not pointing downward when the vehicle tracks straight. In some cases, it may even be the tires...
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Inspect Your Vehicle for Maximum Safety

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If you spend a lot of time in your vehicle, you know when things don’t feel quite right. You may feel some pull in the steering or hear noises that weren’t occurring before. The vehicle may feel like it is losing power or not braking as well as it should. Any number of issues can compromise the safety of your automobile. Which is why it’s of the upmost importance that Creech Import inspect your vehicle for maximum safety on a...
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Prepare Your Vehicle’s Brakes for the Coming School Year

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It won’t be long before it’s back-to-school time, which means drivers will need to be extra cautious approaching school crossing zones and flashing red school bus lights. One of the most important ways to prepare your vehicle for school traffic and pedestrians is to ensure the brakes are in tip-top shape. Your car’s braking system is more complicated than it might seem. Every component, whether it be brake pads, lines or rotors, undergoes wear and tear with everyday driving. Various...
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What Are The Best Repairs For A Used Vehicle?

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As your vehicle ages, the wear is accumulative all over the vehicle. There are practically endless investments that you can make to keep it looking and running like new forever. Yet, when it comes down to it, it is only practical to address major wear issues. Most vehicles will start to develop a little bit of play in the steering wheel as they age, for example. This dead spot will make the steering unresponsive until you move it a little...
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Why Do You Need Your Timing Belt Replaced?

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Timing belt replacement is one of the most critical maintenance services that you’ll ever have to perform on your vehicle. The timing belt is a large belt that is used to keep the synchronicity of your valves and pistons. In nearly every late-model vehicle, one small slip of the timing belt will result in the destruction of engine valves. Also, possibly a pinched piston. This toothed belt is made out of vulcanized rubber and is pretty durable like your tires....
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Key Things To Know About Oil Changes

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Why You Need to Change Your Oil Your engine requires oil in order to run smoothly. It is responsible for lubricating the engine. It also stops the car from overheating. Additionally, if you replace your oil on a regular basis, then your car will last a lot longer. When to Change Your Oil You may have been told that you need to change the oil every 3,000 miles. However, this will depend on the type of car that you have....
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Things to Consider for Your Next Seasonal Road Trip

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If you are like many Americans, you love the scenic treats of nature that are all around us. The U.S. is full of relatively untainted nature preserves sitting just a few minutes away from all the conveniences of civilization. The warm weather invites travelers to take those road trips to national parks. Also, they can stay overnight in most of them for free if they have an RV. Experiencing nature up close and personal without having to pay huge resort...
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Common Toyota Repair Issues

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Common Toyota Repair Issues. One of the many makes of vehicle we repair is Toyota. If you are having problems with your Toyota vehicle, Creech Import is Raleigh’s trusted Toyota repair service shop. We can handle both common and unusual automotive problems. Creech Import is Raleigh’s premier automotive repair and servicing shop. We pride ourselves in quality service to all makes of Toyota vehicles. Overall, Toyota vehicles have an excellent reputation as one of the most reliable brands on the...
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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Car 

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Maintenance Tips – After many of us suffered through an unusually long, harsh winter, we now eagerly anticipate spring. The winter hasn’t only taken its toll on our backs from shoveling snow, but our vehicles have paid a price as well. As we look forward to warm-weather driving free of ice and snow, it’s time to check our vehicle maintenance to prepare them for the coming season of relaxed cruising. Here are some steps you can take to get your...
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Engine Repair and Servicing Experts

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Are you looking for a reliable and reputable service provider to repair and service your engine? If you are, you can trust us at Creech Import to repair and service your engine regularly for optimal functionality. Some of our engine repair and service specialties include: Roadside Assistance Did your engine fail while on the road? Contact us and we will dispatch our technicians to come and fix your engine. If our technicians recommend further engine diagnostics, we will tow your...
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The Importance of Using a Reputable and Trustworthy Body Shop

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Body Shop – When your vehicle incurs damage because of an accident or incident, some sort of repair work will be needed in order to restore your vehicle back to its original condition. With not everybody shopping performing high-quality work, you’ll need to do a bit of research in order to find what your best option is. Find the trusted auto body shop in your area that has the knowledge to work on a wide variety of makes and models...
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Emergency Breakdowns and Roadside Assistance

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We all take good care of our vehicles. However, there are many situations where you may need emergency roadside assistance. Anyone could lock their keys in their car or run over some hazards that blowout a tire. In some cases, people have chased after the savings of pennies at the pump in areas where gas is sparse. Running out of gasoline is a real possibility if you are in remote areas and gambling with gas prices. For others, it is...
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The Importance of Pre-Purchase Inspection

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Are you are in the market for a new or used vehicle? Have you considered the value of a pre-purchase inspection? A pre-purchase inspection is when Creech Import performs a comprehensive inspection to appraise the value of a vehicle and to ensure that you are making a solid investment. Pre-Purchase Inspection Your Next Inspection Having an automotive expert in your corner to determine the real value of a vehicle and not a lemon. Also,  this process can help you obtain...
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11 Things to Check Prior to Your Vehicle Safety Inspection

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Currently, 17 states in the U.S. require Safety Inspections. If you reside in one of these states, it is important to know what they are looking for prior to the inspection. The list below will highlight the common items that are checked during an inspection. It is highly recommended that this inspection is performed by a reputable shop such as Creech Imports. Lights This may seem obvious, but all of your exterior lights should be working. Also, there should be...
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Popular Types of Transmissions and Their Progressive Development

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Transmission/Transaxle The transmission is on your engine to transfer the rotational force of your crankshaft to the drive axles. The MINI brand was the first to transversely mount the transmission to maximize interior space in their front-wheel drive (FWD) subcompact cars. This transversely on the transmission is a transaxle. The transaxle has become the standard for many FWD vehicles today. Role of the Differential A transmission has a drive shaft that connects to a differential gearbox. The differential transfers varying...
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It’s 95 Degrees Outside and My Car’s A/C Doesn’t Work 

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Just 50 years ago, only around half the cars in the country were equip with air conditioning. If you didn’t drive a convertible, a leisurely Sunday cruise meant opening the windows wide, often letting in the hot, humid air. Also, there was even less relief on rainy or sticky days. Today, we’ve become so accustomed to A/C in our vehicles that it’s hard to believe we actually survived without it. If your A/C system fails, it’s not only uncomfortable but...
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Car Maintenance Tips and Hacks

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What maintenance entail? Is it merely getting an oil change, a tune-up, and tire rotation? What else is there? There are plenty of things on a car that need some TLC to keep working. A well-maintained car keeps the air and environment clean and protects other drivers on the road. Here are a few maintenance tips and hacks car owners should know. Inspect With owner’s manual in one hand and a pen and pad in the other, inspect your car...
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How to Ensure a Long Car Lifespan

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Most drivers on the road want to keep their car running as long as possible. This is to ensure that they don’t need to replace the vehicle too soon. Not all car brands are not created equal. There are still ways to keep the car running for a longer period. When you want to increase your car lifespan, there are a few important steps to take. Here are some tips to keep your car’s maintenance up to date. Drive with...
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My Car’s Air Conditioner is Not Blowing Cold Air. What’s The Cause?

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Air Conditioner – If your car’s air conditioner stops working on a hot day, then the ride to your destination can be quite uncomfortable. A ride can be even more uncomfortable if you are stuck in traffic. Fortunately, there are things that you can do if your air conditioner is not blowing cold air.     It Needs to be Recharged Your A/C system may not be blowing cold air because it needs to be recharged. You can charge your...
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Should You Warm Up Your Engine Before Driving?

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Why Warming Your Engine Up is not a Good Idea Many people wonder whether they should warm up their engines before they drive on a cold day. Some people choose to warm up their cars because they think that it will prolong the life of their engine. However, experts have stated that this is not true. Gasoline is less likely to evaporate when the engine is cold. The best thing that you can do to warm up your engine is...
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Signs You Need A Vehicle Maintenance Inspection

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Vehicle Maintenance Inspection – We all count on our cars to help us get through our daily lives. It is very important that you take care of any problem happening in your car. Also, catching it early on before it becomes a much bigger problem. There are certain signs you can look for before your car’s problems become too big of a deal. Noticing these signs early on will help you prolong the life of your car by attacking the...
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Maximizing Fuel Economy

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With the recent gas shortages, you want to make sure your vehicle is getting the best fuel economy possibly. Here is a quick common sense checklist to keep in mind, especially when fuel is in short supply. 1) Tire Pressure This is the number one killer of fuel economy. Under inflated tires will destroy gas mileage and if the pressure is too low can even be dangerous. 2) Driving Habits I definitely consider this the number 2 cause of poor...
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3 Simple Things To Improve Your Car’s Performance

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Car’s Performance – Cars are incredible innovations, but this does not extend to just the performance of the car. The durability that most cars are designed to have allows them to continue being driven for as long as they are maintained properly. The problem is that many drivers fail to maintain their cars. They simply fuel their cars and drive as they desire. Minor tune-ups can help the lifetime of your car. Let’s examine some things you can do to...
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Car Air Conditioning Problems: Understanding Why They Occur and Tend to Get Worse

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Car Air Conditioning Car air conditioning problems are present year-round, but they seldom come into focus until you really need to stay cool. That’s why so many drivers notice that their air conditioning isn’t performing up to par during hot months. The problem is that there are many problems that can result in inefficient air conditioning in a car. Pinpointing these problems and fixing them is something that is best left to an experienced mechanic. Let’s explore why you should...
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5 Warning Signs You Need New Brakes

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Brake pad problems should never be ignored. There are many warning signs you need new pads. When your car starts making strange noises or you feel vibrations in your steering wheel or pedal, it’s just a matter of time before your pads fail completely. About 5% of car accidents and nearly 30% of commercial truck accidents are caused by pad failure. Your pads are one of your vehicle’s most important safety features, but the good news is your brake system...
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Hyundai Recall On 300,000+ Cars for Brake Light

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Hyundai Recalls Brake Lights Above all else, Hyundai is probably best for its affordability and reliability. Upon further auto inspection of one model though, the South Korean car manufacturer is going to issue a Hyundai repair recall on almost 305,000 vehicles. This is according to NBCnews.com and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Hyundai repair recall is for 2011-2012 Sonata vehicles between Dec. 11, 2009, and June 30, 2011. The issue at hand is to replace the brake pedal...
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If You Have a Driver’s License, You Need to Have These 5 Skills

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Everyone with a driver’s license and a car knows auto repair costs can be high: the average repair bill in the U.S. comes to $305.56. But the reality is that not keeping up with auto repairs and maintenance can turn out to be even more costly. The longer you put off a repair, the more the problem is likely to grow. Plus, the bill for accidents caused by unperformed maintenance tops a whopping $2 billion every single year. It’s important...
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Creech import has first Car Blessing!

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Creech Import Repair has been a proud partner garage for Wheels 4 Hope since 2006. We provide labor to assess, repair, and prepare vehicles for service for approved recipients. Here’s more details from Wheels 4 Hope’s website…….. “Program Overview The primary mission of Wheels4Hope is to sell Program Cars to qualified recipients who are referred by Partner Agencies. Program Cars are vehicles that are in sound mechanical condition and are valued in the $2,000-4,000 range. Believing in the principle of...
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The 7 Signs You Need A Brake Inspection

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Brake Inspection – It should be pretty obvious to all drivers that brakes are an essential factor in making sure your car is safe to drive. But for some reason, all too many drivers are complacent about keeping up with brake repairs and preventive maintenance. Brake pads wear down relatively quickly (especially in automatic transmissions, which are far more common — on the used car market, they outnumber manuals 10 to 1), and they need to be replaced before more...
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5 Popular Beliefs About Tires That Simply Don’t Hold Air

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Your tires are arguably among the most important components of your car. They ensure good traction on the road, of course. However, they also have to do with everything from smooth handling to maximum fuel economy. Despite this, some drivers have quite a few misconceptions about car tires. If you’re among them, you’re putting yourself at risk for accidents and car trouble. With that in mind, let’s bust some common myths: Myth #1: Tire Rotations Aren’t Worth the Cost Some...
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What You Need to Know About Generic and Brand-Name Auto Parts

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All vehicles need maintenance or repairs at some point in time. Your car might even need some now without your knowing it — one recent survey showed that 77% of cars need some type of fix. At the more expensive end of these fixes are engine and transmission repairs. Another low-cost but still vital repair is replacing brake fluid. One way to lower such auto repair costs is to purchase generic replacement parts. These are parts not made by the...
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Auto Body Repair and Maintenance

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You may have maintained your car well and have it running optimally. However, the body work may be less than perfect. Maintaining your car’s body in good condition is just as important as ensuring that all the vehicle’s systems are operating optimally. You need to know how to keep your vehicle’s body looking good. You also need to know what to do in case your paintwork is faded beyond the level where routine cleaning cannot revive its gleam, or if...
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3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Auto Repair Investment

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As we’ve mentioned before on this blog, 77% of cars are in need of maintenance or repairs, according to one recent survey. Some of these might be big, expensive repairs such as engine and transmission fixes (the two most expensive repairs in the U.S.), while others might be simple adjustments costing under $50. Regardless, there are a few things you can do to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth out of a repair: Be Honest With Your Technician When...
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When and How to Maintain and Replace Your Car's Tires

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You know, of course, that your tires are important. But are you giving them the attention that you should? According to a recent car maintenance survey, 77% of cars need maintenance or repairs. So how do you know when to get new tires — and which ones should you use? Here are the basics of what you should know about your tires: Getting Tires Rotated Especially among young drivers, tire rotation is commonly neglected. But it’s important for several reasons....
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3 Ways Regular Maintenance Can Lower Brake Repair Costs

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One of the most common worries about car repairs is what they will end up costing, which has people looking for cheap oil changes, cheap tires, cheap brake service and more. But being unwilling to spend reasonable amounts of money on maintenance and repair for essential car parts like brakes can lead to your car being completely broken down or unsafe to drive, so sometimes it’s worth shelling out a little to pay qualified auto repair shops (you might be...
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Class Action Lawsuit Leads to Reimbursements, Free Service for Many Honda Owners

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There are a lot of cars out on the roads in need of maintenance, and many are due to recent automaker recalls. A recent study found that 77% of cars required either maintenance or repairs, and among them are a number of vehicles from automaker Honda. The car company recently settled a lawsuit pertaining to allegations that engines may misfire due to the excessive burning of oil. This has also caused spark plugs to degrade faster than they should. Affected...
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Window tint laws in North Carolina

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This blog is intended to help simplify the laws in North Carolina regulating window tint on motor vehicles. First, since windshields are ALL the same regardless of the type of vehicle we’ll cover it first. No windshields can be tinted below the AS1 line, or 5 inches down from the top edge to less than 32%.  Most windshields already have some type of tinting in that 5-inch area, and you can add additional tinting is desired.     However, the...
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Help! My Check Engine Light Won’t Shut Down!

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The check engine light (aka the malfunction indicator light) normally lights up as you start your car and then promptly turns off once it has settled down. If it refuses to go off then it means that something’s wrong with your car. The problem, however, is the check engine light is awfully vague about what’s wrong. Some of the factors that could lead to it being left on include: A faulty oxygen sensor is not providing accurate data to the...
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Texting And Driving Our Teens Are At Risk

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Smart phones are wonderful but present the opportunity to be distracted. In fact you’re 23 times more likely to be involved in a accident while texting, 2.8 times for dialing, talking or listening 1.3 times, or just reaching for your phone 1.4 times . Teens are at the highest risk. 13% of 18 to 20 year old’s involved in an accident admitted to using a phone at the time of crash. 34% of people polled say they have text while driving in the past....
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Three Top Import Sites for Used Japanese Cars

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Not all imports have to be the latest sporting or luxury models. Some folks like the efficiency and reliability of older Japanese models, even if they already have a few miles tucked underneath their hoods. Then again, some other folks like shopping around for the last generation of sports and luxury models when their latest incarnations hit the markets. So without further ado, here are three great import sites for finding used Japanese cars: TradeCarView TradeCarView is not restricting itself...
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Parallel Imports vs. Authorized Dealership: Know What You’re Getting Into

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If you’ve been poking around the import market for a while now, you have no doubt encountered a few lesser-known agents with offers that undercut the main dealers around you. It sounds like a great deal, but you do have to understand what you’re agreeing to before you fork over your cash. First off, parallel imports involve buying an import from a country, independently bringing it home and reselling it at a mark-up. Dealers negotiate with the manufacturer of the import and...
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Breaking In Your Car: Why it Matters

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A brand new car engine, or a brand new car for that matter, is composed of hundreds of parts that must all work in perfect harmony to get things going. The problem with this setup is that just the perfect harmony of these parts takes a while to set up. This is where break-ins come into the picture. Simply put, breaking in your car involves running your car at low throttle for the first thousand miles or so. You’ll want...
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Customer Appreciation

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To celebrate our 20th year in business we hosted a customer appreciation day/ free cook out. We were humbled by such a great turn out. We truly have the best customers any auto shop could ask for.  All of us here  at Creech import look forward to another 20 years of serving the triangle area! Customer Appreciation was last modified: October 17th, 2019 by creechimportrepair

The Facts About Brake Pads …

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All brake pads are not created equal. When buying brake pads it’s very true that you get what you pay for. Cheap pads are noisy, can create lots of brake dust on your wheels, and have a short service life. The best brake pads on the market are unquestionably a brand called “Akebono”. For years they’ve been manufacturing brake pads for many Asian manufacturers like Toyota, Honda, and Isuzu for production line assembly, just to name a few. They also...
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Manufacturer’s recommended maintenance intervals

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Every car manufacturer has specific service items they recommend to perform at certain mileage intervals.   Some are very minor, while some are more involved and can be rather expensive. We always wonder “is this really necessary?”. Before a vehicle is put into production, one of the things engineers calculate is what type of maintenance will be needed and approximately how much will all of it cost over the expected life span of the vehicle. The goal is to reduce or...
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5 Reasons To Switch To Synthetic Oil

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Get an Oil Change in Raleigh There is no doubt that every engine will suffer wear and tear from daily use.  How much abuse it takes depends on many factors, including the kind of oil you use.  It doesn’t matter if you take your vehicle to Valvoline Instant Oil Change, Jiffy Lube or if you get an oil change at Walmart, you should consider using synthetic oil. Conventional oil is crude oil that has simply been pumped out of the...
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