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CRC QD Electronic Cleaner

Debris, dust, flux, oil, grease and corrosion build up on electrical contacts and can lead to contact failure and malfunction.  The problems show up as electrical contacts sticking or welding, overheating of contacts, shorting, excess current or voltage, and overall poor performance.  QD Electronic Cleaner from CRC Industries is a precision cleaner for your sensitive electronic equipment and parts like circuits and computer components and it improves the electrical connections in your vehicle.  It’s plastic safe, dries quickly and leaves no residue.

CRC Brakleen

Part of doing a brake job right is making sure that all brake surfaces and components are clean.  Brakleen brake parts cleaner, from CRC Industries, quickly and easily removes brake dust, grease, oil and road grime.  The original aerosol brake parts cleaner; Brakleen has been the number one choice of automotive technicians and do-it-yourselfers for more than 40 years.  CRC Brakleen is easy to use and does most of the work for you!

CRC Throttle Body Air Intake Cleaner

The throttle body in the air intake system controls the air that flows into the engine.  The amount of air depends on the position of the gas pedal.  If you press the pedal harder then the throttle plate opens wider to give the engine more air, resulting in more power and increased speed. 

CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner

It’s a fact that deposits form in every fuel system, but the amount and how quickly they form depend on the quality of fuel and oil used, on personal driving styles and on engine type. 

CRC Silaramic

To be certain that your brakes are functioning properly, it’s important to maintain and clean all brake surfaces and components and make sure that they stay dirt and grime free.  After using CRC Brakleen Brake Parts Cleaner, the original aerosol brake parts cleaner, it is recommended to apply Silaramic Brake System Grease from CRC to protect critical brake system components.  Use Silaramic on all moving caliper hardware, backing plates and any mating surfaces.  It protects these components from dirt and corrosion, extending parts life and improving performance. 

CRC Battery Cleaner & Protector

Battery Cleaner with Acid Indicator from CRC Industries, helps quickly identify acid leaks, and cleans and removes corrosion on car batteries.  Clean battery terminals improve the connection and maximize a vehicle’s electrical system performance.  You may or may not see visible corrosion as whitish or bluish deposits on the battery posts, and you can experiences rough starts, or the vehicle won’t start at all.

CRC 1-Tank Power Renew® Instructional Video

Fuel quality will vary from pump to pump and over time, contaminants in fuels will cause carbon deposits to build-up throughout your car’s entire fuel system.  Even in a new vehicle, deposits can start to form in as few as 5,000 to 10,000 miles.  Engines today are so finely tuned, that even minor deposit formations can cause performance issues.  If you’re experiencing a decline in gas mileage, hesitation, stalling, and other problems, chances are you have carbon build-up in your fuel system.

CRC FREEZE-OFF® Super Penetrant

Suspension parts on the underside of your vehicle are exposed to all the harsh elements of weather.  This is where salt and road grime accumulate.  Over time, corrosion can eat away at components and hardware in the underbody, causing them to rust, corrode or seize.

Daylight Savings Time is This Weekend, Time to Change Your Wiper Blades

Many drivers procrastinate when it comes to changing their wiper blades for them, it’s just not a priority. But the American Optometric Association reports that 90 percent of driving decisions are based on visibility. With that statistic in mind, It is critical it is to change wiper blades regularly.

Installing a new pair will immediately improve the level of visibility and control – a benefit for both the driver and for those sharing the road. It is recommended that wiper blades or refills be changed every six months to maintain maximum driving safety.

Drivers Beware! The Perils of Potholes Are Upon Us

As the ravages of winter subside and temperatures rise, there is probably a pothole out there with your name on it, cautions the Car Care Council. Record cold temperatures, snow and rainfall in many parts of the country have created the perfect storm for the motorists' dreaded “perils of potholes period.”

Drivers know immediately when they hit a pothole. The heart-stopping, teeth-jarring noise is hard to mistake. However, it’s not always immediately clear if hitting the pothole caused damage to the vehicle, and to what extent.

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