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You would think it would be fine to do this and it is as long as you follow the directions on the bottle. More is not always better, if you add to much solvent it turns into a sludge that clogs the complete washer system, usually damages the pump and you…

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WE will be here Monday all day in case you need that last-minute service or fix for you car before your trip. Closed on the fourth to be with our family’s and celebrate our great country, and back at it on Wednesday. Please be safe and have a great 4th.…

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One thing that is very common would be whats called cupped tires, this can happen from low air pressure, misalignment,or a lack of rotating the tires at the proper time. Unfortunately once this starts it’s very hard to correct and ultimately you will have…

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You could have a noise between the brake pad and rotor, this happens many times if the brakes were replaced and the rotors were not resurfaced. If this is the case you may need to redo the complete job correctly to fix it.  The other common reason is that…

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Most of the time when we get this complaint the problem will be an engine miss fire. This will make the engine light flash and make the engine very rough running. It’s important to get this repaired as soon as you can because the miss fire can cause other…

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Yes it could be a battery getting ready to fail, as soon as you hear a different sound then you are used to you should get into your local service center for a battery, alternator,and starter check. Before you are stuck on the road. #battery #starter…

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We had a question from yesterdays post, a customer asked about a timing chain not a timing belt and when a chain needed replaced. Well there is no real maintenance on timing chains they last the life of the engine in most cases.  There have been times…

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Timing belts do have a working lifetime limit and there is a recommended service time by the manufacture. You can check your owner’s manual for the service interval. This can be one of the most important maintenance items you do, If the timing belt breaks…

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The main reason for this to happen is low air pressure.  When a tire is run low on pressure the center gets soft and all the weight the tire carries is put on the edges, that,s why the edges get worn much faster. Just the opposite happens with too much…

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You know it used to be there were two or three different kinds and that was about it. Not so any longer there are conventional types, stealth types, some that have wind reflectors on them and even some that are made of different kinds of materials as well…
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