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Holmes Automotive & Performance In Franklin
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The new year has gotten off to a busy start, keeping the momentum going straight into the Spring ahead. Call us today to get an appt to have your car serviced and prevent major problems from slowing you down in the months ahead. Preventative maintenance can keep minor problems from becoming major headaches!
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2/23/17
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Just some different photos of cab-removal work that we've done here at Holmes Automotive & Performance
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2/1/17
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As our vehicles become more technologically advanced and so very well engineered, maintenance intervals have gotten further and further apart. One of the dangers that factor into this is that means owners go longer and farther without trained eyes and hands being laid on their cars and trucks. Tires can still lose air, brakes and suspensions do still become worn and fluid leaks can still develop. While we all have busy lives and enjoy the benefits of not having to stop as often and carve time out of our schedule to visit the repair shop, it also means that small problems have time to become big ones before they're caught by trained personnel. Give us a call to schedule your next preventative maintenance check-up, it could be best thing you do for your vehicle this new year!

With the extreme temperatures we experience in Hampton Roads, it is imperative to properly maintain our vehicles. With the traffic, temps and road conditions, it is the normal in our area that our driving habits and environment will classify the driving conditions in which we operate our vehicles in the "severe" or "extreme" category. Make sure you're getting your vehicle maintained as often and regularly as you should, not the bare minimum in the factory guidelines that have become just as much, or more, of a sales tool as it is an instructional booklet on how to get the most life out of your investment. Give us a call to schedule your next routine maintenance.
Holmes Automotive & Performance
(757)304-9824

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Sometimes we have to get creative and even enlist some help from a friend's up the street to get the job done. 1200 lbs of Diesel engine are one of those situations!
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9/9/16
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Just because the summer is winding down (hopefully, this heat has been brutal for the past month!) doesn't mean you can put off your air conditioning repairs.  Not only does it stay warm and humid in our area for another three months, your air conditioning is used in more than just a cooling capacity.  The air conditioning compressor in your car's climate control system is utilized when the defrost is needed to help dry the air being blown on the windshield to get rid of fog and frost.  Attempting to clear a foggy windshield, even in the dead of winter, can be very challenging if the air conditioning system isn't working properly so give us a call and schedule an appointment to get your system checked and/or repaired before it fails you when you need it most!

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We've got 'em double-stacked in here on Mustang Friday!
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4/22/16
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Bringing a 300,000 mile truck back to life this week with a new injector, repealing a few oil & coolant leaks and a turbo servicing. Then there is the heart transplant! A new high pressure oil pump (HPOP), which is the heart of the injection system in a 6.0L diesel Powerstroke engine. A new billet aluminum Adrenalin HPOP from Dieselsite will bring your high mileage 6.0L back to life or wake up your low mileage daily driver. Delivering a higher volume supply of oil to the injectors means quicker starts, smoother idling and more power when needed. It can also lead to better mileage, depending on driving habits. Call for a price on one for your 6.0L today!
Holmes Automotive & Performance
(757)304-9824
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Something isn't quite right with this VCT solenoid. It might be the same poor lubrication that caused excessive wear on the timing chain guides
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4/5/16
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