Category: Maintenance Services

When should I set my parking break?

August 16th, 2018 by

Most people think you only need to use your parking brake (also called the emergency brake) when parking on a hill or if your car has a manual transmission but this is incorrect. In this article, we’ll talk about why you should use your parking brake every time you park. It’s Called The Parking Brake

Everything You Need to Know About Tune Ups

August 5th, 2018 by

Just like you should make frequent visits to your doctor for your health, your car needs regular check ups at the auto shop. Tune ups are like annual physicals for your car’s engine to take a look at the important parts that keep it moving everyday. If you are unsure about how a tune up

Why are my tires worn on the edges?

July 27th, 2018 by

It’s normal for tires to become worn over time, but irregular wear may force you to replace a tire sooner rather than later. Regularly checking the tread depth and wear condition of each tire on your car can help you maximize the value of your tires and help you detect other maintenance needs. Here are

What is my CV axle shaft seal and why is it leaking?

July 11th, 2018 by

The CV axle shaft seal is what keeps fluid from leaking out of the transmission or differential housing as the CV axle rotates when the vehicle is in motion. In some vehicles, the axle shaft seal also helps to keep the axle shaft in proper alignment with the transmission. This small part serves a simple

My car’s AC just stopped working! What should I do?

July 7th, 2018 by

Air conditioner systems, like the one above, require regular maintenance and monitoring. And with the July heat blazing down on us, it can be tempting to use a cheap, store-bought fix if your AC needs some work. But one-size-fits-all solutions, like AC Pro and other self-repair kits, usually do more harm than good. Here’s why:

Common Symptoms of a Failing Brake Rotor or Disc

July 6th, 2018 by

Similar to gas mileage, the wear and tear on your brakes will vary depending on where and how you drive.. Disc brakes tend to wear out faster because they slow the vehicle by creating friction with the brake pads, and will eventually need to be replaced. Maintaining your disc brake rotors is critical to the