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Bay Auto Care is a full service preventative maintenance and automotive repair center. We provide 1st Rate Service and repair to all foreign and domestic vehicles.

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  • Does this look like a complex and expensive repair? It is both complex and expensive. So, is it worth it? If a vehicle needs a major repair but is in generally good condition otherwise, than yes, it may very well be worth it, EVEN IF the cost of the repair exceeds the value of vehicle. Yes, you read that right. How does that make sense you might ask? A major repair like this, while potentially costing thousands, can add many more years of dependable service life to a vehicle. Compared to the alternative (buying another vehicle), this may be the best decision ECONOMICALLY speaking. That being said, there is a time when the overall condition of a vehicle warrants replacement, and we can help you understand which direction is best to go.

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  • Dash warning lights are NOT to be ignored. When one comes on, it’s your car’s way of telling you that something needs to be checked. Here’s a list of common dash warning lights and what they mean. If you have any questions or concerns, call us, stop by, or message us through our FB page. We want you ON the road, not stranded alongside of it this winter.

    Car Dashboard Warning Lights - Understanding What They Mean & How To Act | Visual.ly

  • Do your windshield washers need more power? We have an answer for that!

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  • Do you know your movie cars?

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  • You’ve put in a long week, so go ahead, indulge :o) Have a great weekend!

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  • GO EASY IF YOU GET STUCK!!! GENTLY rock in an attempt to free your vehicle. However, if rocking doesn’t help and you’re really stuck, STOP! Throwing your car from forward to reverse repeatedly, as well as spinning the tires at high speeds, can generate a lot of heat and spell trouble for transmissions, clutches, and differentials. It may be cheaper in the long run to call a tow truck rather than risk big repair bills. It’s a good idea to carry a traction aid in the trunk such as an old piece of carpet.

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  • An example of what can happen when running with bald tires. It's important to promptly address concerns with tires, brakes, steering, and suspension. These components/systems are critical to your safety and the safety of everyone that shares the road with you.

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  • TRUE OR FALSE... It’s a good idea to let your car idle for several minutes to warm up on cold mornings. FALSE! It takes longer to warm up an engine at idle. Furthermore, combustion at idle when the engine is cold produces gasses that shorten oil life and are harmful to engine seals and gaskets. The best thing to do is drive gently right away. Your engine will warm up faster and last longer.

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  • We’ve seen data that states that over 52% of car breakdowns are due to a dead or faulty battery, and winter is the most common time of year for a battery issue. Your vehicle's battery loses 33% of its power when the temps dip below freezing, and over 50% of its power when it falls below zero. We suggest giving serious consideration to replacing any battery that is over 5-years old. Call us or stop by if you have any questions.

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  • Have a Happy New Year celebration tonight, and be sure to DRIVE SAFELY!

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  • No one likes spending money on car repairs and maintenance, but anyway you slice it, money spent keeping a car on the road for the long-term is money in the bank compared to the payments of a new car. If one of your resolutions for the New Year is to make progress toward being more financially secure, having a long-term vehicle ownership goal is a big step in the right direction.

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  • Cook Christmas dinner WHILE you drive. :o) Merry Christmas!

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  • Knowing how to change a tire can save you time and money. Consider that a road service club is only as good and as fast as the next tow truck that happens to pass by. Having the skills to change a tire can make or break your day.

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  • I asked my wife if she’d like jewelry for Christmas. She said nothing would make her happier. So I got her nothing. OUCH! :o)

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  • Can you name this modernized version of a very popular tool? (We have several models on hand to help us get the job done!)

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  • Okay, who gets it? If you do, just “like,” don’t post the answer.

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  • Roxie Lou says .....Merry Christmas!!

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  • As we approach year’s end we want to take this opportunity to THANK YOU for liking our FB page. We hope you enjoy the car care tips and other postings. If at any time you have questions about your car, we invite you to post your questions to our FB page or send us a private message.

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  • Most people think that the cold of winter is what kills batteries. That’s a logical assumption given that batteries often fail in the winter. However, hot summer days and overcharging are the two main contributors to shortened battery life. Why, then, do so many batteries die in the winter? It takes more cranking energy (amps) to start a cold engine than a warm one. In other words, a battery may have enough cranking amps to start your car when it’s warm, but when the temps get cold and the oil in the engine thickens and internal engine parts get tight, it may not have enough energy to “turn-over” the engine. If your battery is over 5-years old we recommend coming in for a battery/electrical system check-up.

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