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#1953 #Chevy 3100 #Pickup in for overheating problem. We are the radiator repair shop for all classics!

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1953 Hudson Hornet Sedan. I had a two door Hudson Hornet -- the sport model. Bought it on a Friday for 75 bucks. Sold it on a Monday for 100. (I put 25 into a radiator repair.) I still remember the name of the old guy who sold it to me: Samuel Atlas Harrison!

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Brake Inspection: Age, mileage and wear and tear on your vehicle all contribute to brake inefficiency. Our ASE Certified brake experts will evaluate the entire braking system and will restore your vehicle's system and braking performance to your satisfaction.

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Clean transmission fluid is reddish-brown in color and has almost no odor. Burnt transmission fluid is dark brown or black and has a strong smell. Check out this infographic from San Jose’s Allied Transmission Co. to learn more about maintenance. Original Source: http://www.alliedtransmissionsanjose.com/635771/2013/01/30/common-transmission-troubles-infographic.html

Clean transmission fluid is reddish-brown in color and has almost no odor. Burnt transmission fluid is dark brown or black and has a strong smell. Check out this infographic from San Jose’s Allied Transmission Co. to learn more about maintenance. Original Source: http://www.alliedtransmissionsanjose.com/635771/2013/01/30/common-transmission-troubles-infographic.html

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My transmission fluid looks pink. Is this still okay? That depends. If it is light clear pink, it’s perfectly fine. There are some ATF that look that way, especially if you have just recently had it changed. However, if it is foamy, there’s something wrong. One common problem is your radiator. The coolant was mixed on your ATF, therefore, it has to be flushed immediately and have your radiator replaced or repaired (depending on the severity of the condition). #transmissionrepair #shop #eagle

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