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We Welcome All Domestic and Asian Vehicles

The trust that you have with your European vehicles will be the same with any Domestic or Asian vehicle. We have trained technicians specifically for your vehicles. We are adding General ASE techs to our team and more lifts to accommodate more cars and trucks.

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Tag Archives: Cooling System

My car is overheating!

We've all seen the driver stranded on the highway with their vehicle stalled and smoking. Many factors can cause your car to overheat. It may be a problem that requires extensive repairs, or it could be a quick fix; whatever the issue, you should make it a priority to get down to the problem as soon as possible.  If your car is currently overheating: 1. Pullover safely, park your vehicle and turn off the car. 2. Turn off your air conditioner and open your windows. If your car doesn't cool and continues to overheat, turn on your heater. The heater will redirect as much heat out of your engine that it can. 3. Exit your car when it's safe to do so and pop the hood to allow the engine to cool off.  4. If you are stuck in traffic and your vehicle's temperature is indicating that it's overheating, shift your car in neutral gear or park and rev the engine.  5. Reach out to a professional automotive specialist in your area. If your vehicle is overheati ... read more

Trouble Free Summer Travel

Trouble Free Summer Travel

Summer is here and we love to travel to ‘hot’ places with our families. For example; there is much desert to be crossed to get to the Grand Canyon. No one wants to get caught with the hood up on the side of the road. This tends to raise the temperatures of more than the vehicle. Before your trip we suggest checking your vehicle with a pre-trip inspection. Ideally do this a week or two before your scheduled departure date. Special attention should be made to the Cooling System and the Air Conditioning System. Quick Factoid: Summer heat can send parts of your engine to nearly 200 degrees F – some engine bits can even reach 500 degrees, literally oven hot! NEVER open the radiator cap on a hot engine! Over- heating or not, the system has a lot of pressure in it. (Old Faithful is best viewed from a distance.) The easiest way for you to determine if your car is cooling properly ... read more

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