Unexpected and expensive car repairs can unnecessarily drain your bank account. While you cannot completely avoid car repair expenses, it is possible to reduce the probability of having to deal with the more expensive car repairs. The key to reducing car repair expenses is to maintain and replace parts before they fail. By regularly maintaining your vehicle, your mechanic will be able to let you know when something needs to be replaced. In this blog post, we will identify the 7 most expensive car repairs, what to look for if there’s a problem and how to maintain those key vehicle components. Read on to learn more.
Are you interested in buying a used car, either for yourself or your teen driver? If you want to make sure you are buying a vehicle that is safe and will be reliable, you will have to do some homework. We have a list that will help you through the process. Read on to learn more.
Whether it’s a “different” feeling when you drive, an odd smell, or a strange noise, your vehicle is trying to tell you that something is not quite right. That’s certainly the case when you notice a knocking sound in the engine. Many problems under the hood can lead to major engine damage if you don’t do anything to take care of them. This article is going to identify the problems that can cause engine knocking and what you should do about them. Read on to learn more.
With so many dashboard lights, it’s sometimes difficult for vehicle owners to know which light means what. When it comes to your car’s brake warning light, if it’s on, you need to bring it in to have your braking system checked out. If there is a problem with the brakes, it may be unsafe for you and your passengers. This blog post discusses what causes the brake warning light to come on and what you should do about it if it is on.
Without the catalytic converter, your car would be emitting noxious pollutants into the environment. It’s a small muffler-like component that is part of your vehicle’s exhaust system. It works by creating a chemical reaction that converts the gases coming through your vehicle’s exhaust into emissions that are less harmful. When a catalytic converter is faulty, you will begin to notice certain symptoms.
A cold winter day is no time to find out your car heater isn’t working. There are any number of reasons cold air or no air is coming through the vents. This blog post will give you a good idea of what might be causing the problem with your car heater. I’ll also talk about how you can maintain your heating and cooling system to minimize future problems.
Buying a car is a significant financial investment, and if you’re like many of our customers, you’ll want to keep your vehicle on the road for as long as possible. What if I told you that you could easily double the time your vehicle is on the road? Imagine not having a car payment. Sweet, right? By following a regular auto care maintenance schedule, you will make it so your vehicle lasts longer, and you will save money at the gas pump and when it comes to your car repair expenses. The 8 things I’m about to list will help you keep your vehicle on the road longer.
When it’s blistery cold, we make sure we are prepared for going outside by bundling up with appropriate clothing. If we didn’t, we would have to face some pretty bad consequences. The same thing goes for making sure our automobiles are prepared for handling winter weather. There are a few things you can do to make sure you avoid some of the more common winter car problems.
When it comes to servicing and repairing cars, communication plays a vital role in the customer experience. As an auto repair shop owner, it’s my responsibility to make sure all our customers are completely satisfied with the work we do on their vehicles. To you, that means fixing it quickly and the right way, the first time you bring it in to our shop for car repair. When it comes to the car repair experience, customers have certain common questions they ask.
What would you do if your engine oil warning light came on while you were driving? Would you safely pull over to the side of the road or would you keep on driving? Some lights, like the “red-colored” engine oil light, are critical warning lights that indicate a potentially serious problem with a vehicle’s engine. Read on to find the answers to all the questions you may have about your engine oil warning light.