147 Daniel Webster Highway
Directions Nashua, NH 03060

  • Sales: (877) 466-1556
  • Service: (866) 645-2915
  • Parts: 603-888-0550

Posts by this Author: Blog Admin

The Mazda MX-5 Miata Boasts Upgraded Technology

The engineering technology is one of the reasons why the Mazda MX-5 Miata remains one of the top roadsters available today. The sleek European design offers eye appeal. However, the roadster is now lower to the ground and lost nearly 150 pounds in overall weight to heighten responsiveness and handling. The windows have also been re-engineered to remove excess weight.

Many enjoy putting the Mazda MX-5 Miata through the paces using the traditional 6-speed manual transmission. However, potential owners also have the option of selecting a 6-speed automatic transmission, which 

 
read more
Categories:

The Mazda CX-9: A Detailed Design


The Mazda CX-9 is an SUV that has three rows of seating, and it is designed to accommodate up to seven passengers comfortably. There is plenty of legroom in this vehicle. The designers at Mazda have included the extra details that make the Mazda CX-9 a vehicle that you will want to own.

The CX-9 is designed with the driver in mind. In this year's model, the CX-9 has console controls that are a little higher than before. This puts the controls more easily within your reach. The Mazda CX-9 is equipped with heated seats to keep you warm…
read more
Categories:

Keep Minor Issues From Becoming Major Ones with Regular Transmission Service

You can keep minor transmission issues from turning into major ones with regular transmission service in Nashua, NH. Every vehicle needs transmission fluid changed at intervals recommended by the manufacturer. The fluid cools and lubricates the transmission, helping to extend its life. Over time, the fluid and the transmission filter become dirty, necessitating replacement.

Regular transmission flushes and fluid changes can prevent a variety of problems. Sometimes transmission problems do occur, especially in older vehicles. This can include grinding or shaking of gears...

 

read more
Categories:

Signs Your Tires Need to be Replaced Soon


Driving your vehicle with tires that are below the recommended tire pressure can be doing more harm than you might even realize. Here are some of the signs that the tires on your vehicle are experiencing issue and need to be replaced.

The side of the tire wall is now in contact with the road. That added friction is wearing away a weak part of the tire and could lead to a blowout.

If the tires are low in air pressure, too much tread touches the road and makes it harder to maneuver the vehicle. This can be increasingly challenging…
read more
Categories:

What Does the “W” on a Multi-Grade Motor Oil Mean?

Motor oil is a necessary ingredient in your engine. Motor oil provides the lubrication necessary to keep metal parts separated from one another, reducing wear and heat. To successfully lubricate connecting parts, motor oil must be thick enough to cling to the parts and thin enough to flow freely throughout the engine.

The thick/thin ratio of motor oil is called its viscosity. You find your manufacturers motor oil viscosity in your owner’s manual. Multi-Grade motor oils are oils capable of lubricating at different temperatures. The “W” stands for...

 

 

read more
Categories: ,

Important Tips When You Need to Jump Start a Car

It’s stressful finding your vehicle has a dead battery, especially if you’re on the road. Knowing how to jump-start a car can make the situation a little less stressful. Stop at Tulley Mazda and let us check out your battery and offer a few tips.

Here are steps for jumping a vehicle with another vehicle:

If you’re battery needed to be jumped once, you’re probably in need of service. Visit us in Nashua, NJ and let our mechanics service your vehicle and show you our full selection of batteries and other automotive supplies.

 

read more
Categories: ,

You Can Restore Your Headlights With Simple DIY Tricks


Many cars, trucks, and SUV's suffer from sun damage related headlight "fog" over their housing lenses. This is caused both by age and from prolonged exposure to the sun. Fortunately, if you do not want to have the housings replaced completely then there are some steps that you can take to get them cleared up so that you can see safely again.

Most of the time this can be done with any number of polishing compounds that are on the market for this purpose. It is usually a pretty simple process involving applying the compound to the affected lens…
read more
Categories:

Roadside Emergency Kits: A Few Items to Always Carry


It is a good idea to make an emergency kit for your car. You can put together a package at home or purchase a premade one.

A common roadside mishap is a flat tire. Having a can of a tire inflator, like fix-a-flat, can help get you off the side of the road and to a service department. Fix-a-flat aerosols attach to the tire's valve stem and spray in a solution that will temporarily repair the tire.

A dead battery might be able to be jumped. Carry a pair of jumper cables in your car, and learn how to…
read more
Categories:

Reading Your Tire Size Isn't As Difficult As It May Seem

When buying a new set of tires it is important to know and understand what it is that you actually need. Your tire size will be printed on the sidewall of your existing tires, but that code can be confusing to read unless you know how to break it down.

So as an example, if you have a tire size showing as P235/75R15 then that breaks down as follows:

read more
Categories: , ,

Don't Let Your Engine Overheat

Your car's engine operates at extremely high temperatures. In order to keep the engine protected from the heat, there is a cooling system that includes the radiator, thermostat and water pump. The water pump delivers coolant throughout the engine. The radiator dissipates heat, and the thermostat regulates the temperature.

If you notice that your engine is running hotter than normal, it's time to get your radiator and cooling system checked. Each car manufacturer will have a set schedule as to when the necessary maintenance should be performed. This can include flushing out the radiator,

read more
Categories: ,
Page 1 of 16
true true true true true true true true true true true true true true