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3 Symptoms Your Ferrari Needs An AC Recharge

3 Symptoms Your Ferrari Needs An AC Recharge

The Florida heat can be rough on our vehicles every year. If you want your Ferrari's air conditioning system to keep you cool in West Palm Beach, FL, please consider having it serviced at least once every 1-2 years. The luxury maintenance program involves removing the old freon, changing filters, inspecting the system's crucial parts, and adding new refrigerant.   Freon is a gas or liquid substance that circulates throughout the automobile's AC system. Over time, this pressurized system is susceptible to leaks. When this occurs, the performance of your air conditioning system will weaken or fail altogether. This impacts your comfortability, but it can also lower your fuel mileage.    3 Symptoms Your Ferrari's AC Needs To Be Recharged AC blowing warm air - The most frequent and obvious problem that your car needs new freon is when you only get warm air blowing through your vents. When the refrigerant levels are too low, you won ... read more

How to Change Your Windshield Wipers on Your Ferrari

How to Change Your Windshield Wipers on Your Ferrari

If you’re the typical Ferrari owner, you are probably hesitant about taking your prized possession out in rain. But, the weather can turn around and surprise you on the road. And when this happens, you don’t think twice to switch your windshield wipers on. Over time, your windshield wiper blades will wear down and be no longer effective at clearing off your windscreen. Most automakers, like Ferrari, suggest swapping out your wiper blades every 6 months to 1 year to ensure optimal visibility. Read on to learn more about how to change your windshield wiper blades.   What You Need Replacement Wiper Blades that match your Ferrari’s specific make/model A soft cloth, preferably microfiber Minutes to spare!   Step 1 - Park your car and make sure you turn the car off. Step 2 - Raise the old wipers’ arms up and away from the windscreen Step 3 - Unhook the locking clip with your finger. It can be found at the joint where the rubber wiper blade meets the ... read more

Ferrari Leaks & What To Do About Them

Ferrari Leaks & What To Do About Them

Your Ferrari may run better and faster than other cars, but it still requires the same type of fluids as any other vehicle. Over time, some seals may age, or parts may corrode, causing fluids to leak. Some vehicle fluid leaks are more of a concern than others; nevertheless, leaks should never be shrugged off. If there's a puddle around your Ferrari, it could be one of these fluids: Coolant Coolant is often dyed a bright green, orange, or pink. Besides color, you can usually tell whether your leak is coolant by the smell. Coolant has a distinct syrupy smell that takes little to no effort to detect. If your Ferrari is leaking coolant, please bring it to a professional, or else you can risk overheating your engine. Motor Oil  A dark brown or black pool underneath your parked car is usually a sign of an oil leak. Broken oil pans, clogged filters, or damaged gaskets are generally culprits behind oil leaks.  Transmission Fluid If you notice a pink or red puddle around you ... read more

How to Check Your Motor Oil in Your Rolls Royce

How to Check Your Motor Oil in Your Rolls Royce

Without the right amount of oil, the engine in your new or pre-owned Rolls Royce will have to face negative consequences. Of course, this is accurate for all other makes and models of cars. Motor oil safeguards the motor's moving parts, absorbs the excess heat, and preserves the engine's cleanliness. Besides getting your oil changed on time, it's essential to know how to inspect the oil in your Rolls Royce.  How to Check the Oil Level While your Rolls Royce might have an oil level sensor, it can never hurt to check the old-fashioned way. Plus, sensors can malfunction over time. To check it the traditional way, you will need first to locate the dipstick under the hood.  Step #1 - Remove the dipstick and wipe away the oil on the dipstick with a clean cloth or paper towel. Step #2 - Reinsert the dipstick into the tank and extract it again. Step #3 - Read the engine oil level on both sides of the dipstick. If the oil sits in between the two indicated markings, th ... read more

​​Why Does The Brake Pedal in My Ferrari Feel Soft?

​​Why Does The Brake Pedal in My Ferrari Feel Soft?

Even when driving around in your speedy Ferrari, you will find yourself stepping on the brakes from time to time. Each time you apply pressure to the brakes, the force you exert is should immediately be transferred to the calipers to decelerate and/or stop your vehicle.   If you suddenly notice a soft or spongy brake pedal in your vehicle, you should know it's telling you something is wrong and needs inspecting soon.   If any of your brake parts, such as the master cylinder, brake calipers, brake fluid, brake lines, or hoses, are defective, it can cause your brake pedal to go frail. You can refer to your Ferrari's owner's manual to check when your last brake service was. Below are some of the most common causes behind soft brake pedals that we've seen and cured at JFM Motors.  Hydraulic Problems The most popular explanation for a spongy brake pedal is air within the brake system. No matter what car make or model you drive, the brake system relies he ... read more