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Brand Spotlight: MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust Systems

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When you purchase a vehicle, you are getting the exhaust system that the manufacturer chose and outfitted. While some performance makes and models come with serious hardware– most make do with standard components. These are adequate, but they often do not give a vehicle the edge some might hope it would have. This is where […]

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Vehicle Spring Cleaning Checklist

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Spring cleaning doesn’t end at the doorway of the home– carry that refreshing mentality straight out to the driveway or garage. Taking pride in your ride is the first step to ensuring it looks good and works well for years to come. If your vehicle’s upkeep has fallen behind, spring is could be the perfect […]

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Know the Difference: 4×4 vs AWD vs RWD vs FWD

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We all see the dealership flyers and private ads– they are full of acronyms and shorthand to get across as much information in as little room as possible. Things like A/C and V6 are straightforward and familiar, but it can get confusing when it comes time to describe how the vehicle delivers power to its […]

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Mileage-Saving Maintenance: 4 Essential Tips

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Changing your driving habits and lightening your vehicle’s load are surefire way to increase efficiency. A more efficient automobile means better fuel mileage– another way to achieve this is by completing some very basic maintenance. If you want to save more at the pump, follow Park Muffler’s tips below to keep your ride running in […]

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Road Trip Checklist

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Heading out on a summer road trip? Park Muffler has the perfect checklist below to keep you and your passengers safe, happy and comfortable. Read on for more! OIL & OTHER FLUIDS If you take road trips a couple times per year, it is very sensible to schedule your oil changes just before you usually […]

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4 Signs Your Wheels Need Alignment

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As any Western Canadian driver knows, our vehicles experience all kinds of bumps and bruises in day-to-day operation. Since daily driving is more of a requirement than a choice, it’s important to invest in the proper maintenance and upkeep of your automobile. Keeping your wheels aligned is one such task that will pay off in […]

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AUTO MOD 101: What Is A Muffler Delete?

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When it comes to mufflers, the team at Park Muffler is the place to go– after all, it’s in our name! Modern vehicles boast highly advanced exhaust systems, meaning mufflers are sleeker, more durable and more efficient than ever. Many current vehicle owners may have not even considered their muffler or their exhaust systems. Whether […]

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Benefits of Installing a Lift Kit on Your Truck

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A lift kit lifts your vehicle’s body by a couple of inches through the use of a spacer placed between the body and the frame. Many truck owners will tell you there’s no better feeling than riding in a lifted truck – riding above the majority of vehicles. Read on to learn about some of […]

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What Does My Vehicle’s Exhaust System Do and How Does it Work?

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Your vehicle’s exhaust system is comprised mainly of a series of pipes. Most people know that an exhaust system removes the harmful gases produced in your engine; however, exhaust systems do a lot more! Your vehicle’s exhaust system has four main functions: control noise, carry away gases, improve engine performance and improve fuel consumption. Read […]

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How Does My Vehicle’s Cooling System Work?

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A vehicle’s engine produces a lot of heat while running. In order to avoid damage, your engine must be cooled continuously. Enter your vehicle’s cooling system, whose job is to cool and maintain your engine’s temperature. There are two types of cooling systems, liquid and air. You don’t find too many air cooled vehicles anymore, […]

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