Reasons You May Need To Take Your Car In For Service Or Repair

2 May 2022
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Most cars eventually need repair at some point in their lifetime. Parts in the vehicle will eventually wear, and you may need to have an auto repair shop inspect and repair the car to ensure it is safe to drive and remains dependable. Normal Service Every car on the road will eventually need service of some form. The tires and brakes wear as you drive, the oil will become dirty and lose its viscosity, and suspension and steering parts will eventually start to break down. Read More 

Keep Your Truck Fleet Fuel Efficient And Your Drivers Comfortable With Help From A Truck Fleet A/C Service

1 April 2022
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Do you manage a large fleet of trucks or other commercial vehicles? You likely already have maintenance performed under the hood of these vehicles on a regular basis, but don't overlook another important system that can play a role in your fleet's fuel efficiency and overall driver comfort within the cabin. Here's how working with a firm that specializes in truck fleet AC services can benefit your fleet, your drivers and your company. Read More 

Vehicle Oxygen Sensor Going Bad? Look For These Signs

25 January 2022
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Your vehicle has many sensors that help your car operate efficiently. Unfortunately, a bad sensor can cause problems that have a ripple effect across the entire vehicle. Your vehicle has several oxygen sensors that measure how much oxygen is in the exhaust system, which help control the amount of oxygen and fuel that the engine has. Here is what you need to know about this part going bad.  Engine Error Codes Read More 

How To Tell If Your Transmission Solenoid Is Going Bad

25 January 2022
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There are many different things that can go wrong with a transmission. One of those problems is a solenoid that has gone bad and requires replacement. Since this part allows fluid to go into the valve body of the transmission, a bad solenoid can cause problems with automatic gear changing, which is a key part of your transmission. Here are some signs to look out for to identify that there is a damaged transmission solenoid in your vehicle. Read More