Common Symptoms of a Failing Brake Rotor or Disc

May 21st, 2020 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

Is it safe to drive a car with ABS light on?

May 19th, 2020 by

The ABS light a dashboard warning light that is tied to sensors in the anti-lock brake system. These lights are usually yellow or orange or even red in some vehicles. They typically look like the letters ABS in a circle and flanked by two parentheses, or just letters ABS. What is ABS? The anti-lock braking

Time For An A/C Check

May 11th, 2020 by

Summer is almost here! And it’s time for an A/C check. Getting your AC examined and recharged now– in the early summer before the heat gets unbearable– is the best way to ensure it will work properly all season long. Starting Things Up Starting your A/C up for the first time after the winter can

Failing Heat Shield? Here’s what to watch out for.

May 6th, 2020 by

While most heat shields will last the life of the vehicle, they can still be susceptible to failure. Heat shields wrap around the exhaust manifold; they’re designed to direct heat out of the engine the exhaust and protect vulnerable engine components from under the hood and potentially causing damage. With the extreme stress they’re under,