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February 2020

Smart Neosho Drivers Protect Against Overheating

Engines get hot when they run. This heat can build up and damage vital engine parts, so engines need a cooling system to keep them running. Cooling system failure is the most common mechanical failure in vehicles. This is unfortunate... Read More

Finding Vehicle Recall Information in Neosho, Missouri

No matter how well they're made, vehicles in Neosho, Missouri, will have design or manufacturing problems. And when the government thinks a problem is really serious for people in Neosho, Missouri, they require the manufacturer to iss... Read More

Neosho Air Conditioning Service

Working up a sweat is a great thing to do in a gym around Neosho, but not in your vehicle. When Neosho residents' vehicle AC Systems have a problem, they'll often feel it right away. The question is, how long do you put up with it? You know, the old comfort versus cost dilemma. But a more comfort... Read More

The Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center Guide to Custom Wheels

If you're interested in customizing the wheels and tires on your vehicle, there are a few things you should know first.Most importantly, the wheels you buy need to fit your vehicle. Not all wheels are created equal. Too many Neosho d... Read More

Differential Service in Neosho, Missouri - What You Need to Know

Scratching your head? Don't worry, if you don't know what a differential is – you will in a moment. That fact is that if you drive a car anywhere in Neosho, Missouri, you have a differential. Whether your vehicle is front-wheel drive... Read More

Why People in Neosho Hesitate to Get Their Vehicle Serviced

A recent report stated that over 80 percent of the vehicles on our Neosho, Missouri, roads have one or more service or repair that's needed but hasn't been taken care of. Now that's a lot of undone service. That translates into someth... Read More

Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center Often Asked About Premium vs. Regular Gas

Neosho residents often ask the question: "Will using premium gas make my car run better?" The answer is simple. But first, let's talk about what exactly premium gasoline is.Different grades of gasoline have different octane ratings. ... Read More

Fuel Injection Keeps Getting Better for Neosho Motorists

Neosho residents know that engines burn fuel to operate. Fuel is pumped from your fuel tank to your engine where it is squirtedor injectedinto your engine's cylinders. This is the function of the fuel injectors.There are two ways to inject fuel into an engine. Fuel needs air to burn, so in the fi... Read More

The Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center Guide to Caring for Your Transmission

Most vehicles have automatic transmissions, yet a lot of Neosho drivers only have a fuzzy understanding about what a transmission does. Think back to the last time you rode a bike in Neosho. You started out in a lower gear and shifte... Read More

TPMS: Tire Pressure Monitoring for Your Neosho Vehicle

Neosho drivers may know that all 2008 model year and newer cars, mini-vans and light trucks in Missouri come with a tire pressure monitoring system. Many slightly older vehicles around the Neosho area have these systems as well. A ti... Read More

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