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Scott has finished up bending and installing brand new brake lines on the Chevy Silverado
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2016-04-13
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Here we have Scott replacing rusty brake lines on a Chevy Silverado.
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2016-04-11
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Head gasket replacement on 2004 Mitsubishi Galant.
Pictures show top side of engine disassembled and Dave reassembling the head
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2016-03-31
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Dumb Engineering....
So this Toyota Sienna came in and was overheating. After an inspection was found that the water pump was bad. the repair for it requires removing the engine just to get access to it.. To replace just the water pump is a 17 hour job..... Apparently the engineers thought that this thing would never go bad or something. Such a stupid design....
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Here we had a Lincoln MKZ come in with a check engine light on. Scott hooked up the computer to it and showed a rear solenoid bad. Scott tested and confirmed it was bad.
Picture shows how stupid of a design this is.... the solenoid is attached to the rear shock and is not serviceable... so you got to replace the shock even though its not bad.
The purpose of this solenoid is to adjust the valves in the shock according to the readings the ride adjust computer is getting.
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Here we have a 2008 VW Passat turbo that needed a water pump. What a fun job this was. Everything on the front of the engine has to pretty much come off to access this thing.
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1/18/16
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Craig performing a D.O.T inspection on a Boer's Transfer Truck.
Picture showing the Cummins ISC engine.
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Tech Tip of the Day!
The Most Common Reasons Your Car Breaks Down:


1) Check engine light – You may not notice any car trouble when your check engine light comes on, but you should never ignore this important warning light. This one little light is used to indicate between 400 and 500 different problems your vehicle may be experiencing! When your car’s check engine light turns on, it’s important to take your automobile to a trusted auto repair mechanic as soon as possible so they can read the code, fix your car and prevent further damage from occurring.

2) Drivability Concerns – Misfires, plugged air filters, EGR Systems not working, these are just a few examples of small things that can cause your vehicle to not run as well as it used to. Many times when one of these issues occurs, you will be able to feel that your car is not running right. Car breakdowns occur when you ignore the fact that your car is driving different. Instead, bring your automobile in to be properly diagnosed and repaired and save yourself the hassle of being stuck on the side of the road.

3) Cooling System Issues – When your cooling system isn’t working properly it causes your car, truck, SUV, minivan or hybrid vehicle to overheat. If your car is overheating DO NOT CONTINUE TO DRIVE. Driving while your vehicle is overheating can cause more damage that requires more expensive auto repairs.

Sometimes people come into the shop with an overheated vehicle and say they just drove the car home rather than pulling over and calling a tow truck because they felt safer. What they didn’t realize is if you drive an overheated vehicle, you can destroy the entire engine! That small drive home ended up costing them a $7,000 engine replacement, rather than a $700 cooling system repair. If your car is overheating, stop driving and get it off the road to a safe area as quickly as possible.
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There are times when you think you've seen everything then you get one like this.
This car was towed in and not running and upon inspection found that there was about five pounds of sugar in the gas tank and throughout the fuel system. Literally the fuel tank to the injectors and everything in between that fuel goes through is going to have to be replaced because it has been contaminated. No amount of just flushing the system will get it fully cleaned out.
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We will not be open on new years day.
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