We often get questioned if we work with aftermarket warranties and the answer is yes! We try to be your one stop shop and make it as easy as possible as we know vehicle repairs can be stressful. All we need when you drop your vehicle off is your warranty companies name, phone number and your contract number. This can all be found on the service agreement you receive from the aftermarket warranty. Call us today to schedule an appointment. We service all makes and models, domestic or foreign.
Coolant is very important when it comes to keeping the engine on your vehicle cool. There can be a few reasons on why your vehicle is losing coolant. It can be caused by a slightly cracked hose, a hole in the radiator or issues with the water pump. A faulty coolant cap can also cause your coolant to disappear. The cap helps control the pressure within the cooling system by redirecting the coolant into the overflow tank. When the cap goes bad, it releases the coolant at a quick rate to the overflow reservoir. If you feel you may have cooling system issues give us a call and we can inspect the cooling system
Most vehicles have a recirculation button with the air conditioning controls in their cars. You may be questioning on when to use it; let's tell you when! The best time to use the circulation button is during the summer on very hot days. The circulation button takes the air from inside the vehicle and recirculates it in the cab of the vehicle instead of pulling the hot air from outside. When it is very hot outside and the recirculation button is not on, it is pulling the hot air from outside and trying to cool it. When the recirculation button is on, it pulls the cooler air from inside. Using the recirculation function will help keep the car cooler and keep the wear and tear down on your air conditioning system. If the vehicle has been sitting in direct sunlight it is b ... read more
What is my car not starting? When a vehicle does not start, it can be due to a few reasons. It can be due to a dead battery, lose or corroded battery cables, a bad alternator or even issues with the actual starter on the vehicle. If the vehicle is not starting due to a bad battery it will very slowly try to turn the vehicle over. If the battery is drained down to low, you may notice that there's no sounds or interior lights that illuminate. You can try jump starting the vehicle. If jump starting the vehicle is successful there is a good chance that you have a battery issue. Signs of a bad alternator can be things such as dimming lights and possible stereo issues. If the vehicle starts but stalls out, your battery may not be getting charged due to the faulty alternator. If the battery light pops on the dash, that can also inform you of a faulty al ... read more