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Brake Flush scam or good maintenance?

Brake Flush scam or good maintenance?

Braking systems aren’t indestructible. Parts, like the rubber in the valves in the master cylinder, calipers and wheel cylinders deteriorate. All of those nasty little bits that flake off end up in your brake fluid. Plus, the fluid itself can get old and worn...
Digital Vehicle Inspections See What We See

Digital Vehicle Inspections See What We See

We are now preforming a Digital Vehicle Inspection for our customers. This new program lets us show you exactly what we are seeing when we are looking over your vehicle to address your concerns. Inspection results are broken down into 3 categories. Passed inspection,...
Wiper Blades, seeing thru the choices.

Wiper Blades, seeing thru the choices.

With so many wiper blades out on the market we thought we would take some time and explain the the primary types available for your car, truck, or SUV. Let’s take a look at what options are out there on the market. Metal Frame Wiper Conventional blades use a...
Is your car prepared for a Winter Wonderland?

Is your car prepared for a Winter Wonderland?

Winter is quickly coming up on us. Are you ready to trade in your flip flops and swim shorts for thermals and waterproof boots? Even if you are nor prepared for this change it’s a good idea to make sure your car is. As the weather changes it can affect your car in...
A/C blowing warm? What is next?

A/C blowing warm? What is next?

It seems every year when the temps outside rise many people find out that the Air Conditioner in their car has quit working properly. When the A/C gets turned on warm air blows out of the vents that cool comfort we were looking for is not there. The beloved car has...
What is my TPMS light telling me?

What is my TPMS light telling me?

TPMS sensor break down In the United States, TPMS is mandatory for all vehicles produced after September 2007. TPMS is an acronym for Tire Pressure Monitoring System. This system is designed to alert the driver when one of their tires is underinflated by 25% of the...
Ball Joints and Tie Rods the Inside Scoop

Ball Joints and Tie Rods the Inside Scoop

At the shop there are some questions we get on a regular basis. One of the most common parts of a vehicle we end up explaining to customer is the how their Ball Joints and Tie Rod Ends get excessive play and why they need to be replaced. The ball joints and Tie Rod...