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It’s been another great year for us at Parkside. This New Year’s Eve, we have taken a look through the website analytics for 2019 to see which posts resonated most with our readership. Below we have listed the top 5 most-read posts of 2019 – in total, these posts were read over 150,000 times!
We appreciate all of the support we receive from our customers and fans, and are looking forward to another awesome year. Happy New Year!
Top 5 from 2019
1. Why does my car squeal in reverse?
Is your car squealing at low speeds or only in reverse? There is a simple explanation. Our technicians are on the case in this week’s Q&A.
Read More Q&A: Why does my car squeal in reverse?
2. How does a hammer fix a starter?
In this series of Q&A posts we are using google’s autocomplete function to find the most commonly asked questions about cars and giving them each a definitive answer. This week we answer the question “how does a hammer fix a broken starter?”
Read More: How does a hammer fix a starter?
3. Why does my car keep blowing fuses?
You will know is you blow fuse because any of the components on that circuit will stop working, like the radio, the interior lights, or the electric side mirrors. There are a few reasons why you might continually blow the same fuse. This article takes a look at the usual culprits.
Read More: Why does my car keep blowing fuses?
4. Why is black smoke coming out of my exhaust
Black exhaust smoke means the engine is burning too much fuel. The first think you should check is your air-filter and other intake components like sensors, fuel injectors and the fuel-pressure regulator.
5. My car sounds like an airplane
In this series of Q&A posts, we are using google’s autocomplete function to find the most commonly asked questions about cars and giving them each a definitive answer. This week we answer the question “why does my car sound like an airplane?”
Read More: My car sounds like an airplane. Why?