Looks - Sounds - Feels Like Trouble? Bring it in!

Have you heard the phrase "If it looks, sounds, and feels like trouble it is"?  In the case of vehicle trouble, the more you know about your vehicle, the more likely you'll be able to head off repair problems. You can detect many common vehicle problems by using your senses: eyeballing the area around your vehicle, listening for strange noises, sensing a difference in the way your vehicle handles, or even noticing unusual odors. 

There is a list put together by the Federal Trade Commission on vehicle auto repair basics that we would like to share with you.

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Stop Your Car Windows from Fogging Up

If you grew up in a snow-belt state, you know the drill - and if you just moved to one, you're about to learn. Once temperatures get down around freezing or below, the glass in your car will attempt to spend the rest of the winter encased in fog and snow. No, not really; we're sure your glass has only the best intentions. But the road to miserable winter visability is paved with them, so give yourself a leg up this year with our guide to cold-weather clarity.

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October is Fall Car Care Month!

Here are 10 steps to keep your car up and running from our team!  Getting your vehicle ready for winter while temperatures are still mild is a proactive approach to preventive maintenance that helps ensure safety, reliability and fewer unexpected repairs when severe winter weather strikes. Whether you do it yourself or take your car to see our professional service technicians, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends 10 basic maintenance procedures during Fall Car Care Month in October to keep your vehicle operating at its best.

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What Does The Check Engine Light Mean?

One day, this might happen to you, you glance down at your vehicle's dashboard only to see the check engine light turned on. You burst into a cold sweat wondering just how badly your car's engine needs to be checked.

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Funny Sounds? May be a CV or Drive Axle

Do you hear a funny clicking sound when you turn the wheels of your vehicle? It could be your car or truck CV or Drive Axle, and it may be in need of repair. Safety is the number one priority for our customers, and it is our goal to keep your vehicle running smoothly to avoid any complications. Driving around with a damaged CV Joint or Drive Axle problem can be extremely dangerous. The axle is a structural component that bears the weight of the vehicle, any cargo and the acceleration forces between you and the ground, so it is important to have your vehicle inspected regularly by a trained automotive repair professional to ensure its safety.

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