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A good reminder from the Car Care Council on the importance of fall car care.
We will draw a winner for the free wiper blades and Rainex treatment next week. If you're not yet entered, there's still time. Visit our FB page and "like" our video post from 9/17. Have a great weekend!
Are your windows fogging up on these cooler mornings? This may help… Raise the hood and clear away the dead leaves from the air grate at the base of the windshield. This is where fresh air is brought into the vehicle for your heater/defroster. Damp leaves = damp air = foggy windows.
HAPPY FALL to you on this first full day of autumn! Twice per year (spring and fall) it’s a good idea to replace the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors at home, AND ALSO a good time to replace the wiper blades on your vehicle. And we can help you with that – just drop in, it only takes a few minutes.
I've seen reports stating that more speeding tickets are written between Friday and Sunday. Slow down and drive safely this weekend!
Like and/or share this post for a chance to win a FREE set of standard wiper blades (installed) and a Rainex windshield treatment.
This picture is an example of why our technicians inspect Cabin Air Filters. We may find what a customer of ours had in his Mazda: a mouse nest. What he didn't realize is - this filter is what keeps dirt out of his blower motor circuit. In this case, material from the nest got past the cabin filter and caused his motor to quit working. After all, you don't want to breath this through your air vents - do you?
Up to this point it was a really nice day for a ride with the top down.
My wife sat down next to me as I was flipping channels. She asked, "What's on TV?" I said, "Dust." And then the fight started. Have a great weekend, and don’t start any fights!!!! :o)
Camping enthusiasts, how about this?
We even work on figure 8 cars!! T.K. Builders car is going to be in the Final Munger Figure 8 races next Saturday. Quick note - our son Jared's 1st car was the same model - 1988 Cavalier Z24 (could this be his?).
Yeah, I know, you’re not ready for this, BUT it’s coming, and now is a good time to prepare your car. Cooling system, battery, starting & charging, tires, brakes, heater system…. A few of the biggies that you want to make sure are in good working order. We want you on the road, never stranded alongside of it!
Are you checking your oil? Many manufactures say it’s normal to use up to 1-quart of oil per 1,000-miles. With today’s extended intervals it’s important to check your oil (and other fluids too) between visits to the shop. You should be checking your oil AT LEAST once each month and before any major trip. If you have any questions, give us a call. Also, do your friends a favor and SHARE this post.
To our valued customers - if gas prices seem even higher to you lately, buyer beware!! Make sure to check where the 87 octane is located before you pump your gas. I had to do a double-take. Pass this on...sneaky buggers!!
Have you seen pumps like these? BUYER BEWARE!!!! Notice how the 87 octane is in the middle, NOT to the far left. Look carefully when you’re at the pumps. Don’t be misled into paying more for gas than you need to. BTW, unless your car specially calls for premium, don’t waste the money. It won’t help.
Do your windshield washers need more power? We have an answer for that!
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It's still August, and still Brake Safety Month. Remember, it's one thing if your car doesn't start or run properly, but quite another if it doesn't stop! We invite you in for a brake inspection, especially if you're experiencing any of the signs spotlighted by the Car Care Council.