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                        What's New Here at Johnny's!                          

                           We are now smog certified!

                         We smog all gas vehicles from
                                   2000 - present

                      Diesel Vehicles   1998 – Present

                              Also now available!
We are now offering gift certificates. They make great
gift’s for the upcoming holiday season as well as everyone’s favorite stocking stuffer!

For a little fun this year, the staff at Johnny’s Auto service will be passing out candy for your little ones for Halloween during business hours!

       For our holiday hours we will be closed the following holidays:
            Thanksgiving Day,Christmas Day, and New Years Day

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We are now offering gift cards for all occasions! Get yours today!

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As part of the 21st century tune-up on today's modern vehicles, the f...ollowing systems should be inspected:

Oil: It really should be changed every 5,000 miles, so check the mileage written on that little sticker in the upper left corner of your windshield.
Tire pressure: Monitor tire pressure, wear and tread depth regularly.
Coolant or radiator fluid: Check before summer and again before winter.
Brake pads, discs and brake fluid: Check every 30,000 miles.
Wiper fluid and blades: They need regular attention. Greasy windshields can become opaque in a wicked thunderstorm and lead to accidents.
Power-steering fluid: Check it at major service intervals.
Air-conditioning: If you live in or plan to travel to areas of extreme heat, be sure to have this checked and charged if needed.
Spark plugs: Replace plugs every 50,000 to 60,000 miles for optimal performance and change wires along with the plugs.
Oxygen sensor: It is the brain that tells the computer how much fuel to send to your engine. Have it checked during tune up.
Fuel pumps and filters: Most manufacturers recommend replacement every 3 years or 36,000 miles. If you have a high mileage vehicle you should replace your car's fuel filter once a year.
Oil filters: You should have your oil filter replaced every time your oil is changed.

So before you set out for adventure this summer, check your vehicle's owner manual for your maintenance schedule. Major services are generally due every 30,000 miles. If your odometer reading is a multiple of 30,000, it's time to make that service appointment.

Before you embark on a long trip it's worth an extra check to make sure all is well with your car. Make sure you have your vehicle serviced before those trips.
If you're towing a heavy trailer or caravan with a car that has an automatic transmission it's worth having the transmission fluid changed.
Have the radiator hoses checked for leakage and have them replaced if they show cracks and signs of a leak.
Check engine drive belts for condition and tension. If they appear worn or damaged have them replaced, if they appear loose have them checked and adjusted.
Check the inflation pressures and reset them to the recommended pressures, which might mean setting them higher if you're loaded up with holiday gear or towing a trailer.
If you're towing a trailer or caravan check that the lights on the towed vehicle are working correctly.
Having a trouble free vehicle on the road is the start of a great trip.

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