Florida heat can be tough on cars and drivers. If your car’s air conditioner isn’t blowing as cool as it used to, or if it takes longer than usual to cool off your car, you may need to have your system serviced. Our team of qualified service technicians are standing by to help you stay cool through the hot Florida heat.
Does your car need a jump start to get running? You may have an issue with your battery. Replacing or recharging batteries can often times fix issues your car may be experiencing when starting. Relieve the stress of needing to jump your car every time you start it and replace or recharge your battery with us!
Your car’s ability to stop when necessary could the difference between an accident and a safe arrival at your destination. Car brakes can age and become word down. If your car doesn’t stop as fast as it used to, it may be time to come see a specialist. Car brakes are always best to leave to the professionals. Call us today for more information about getting your car’s brakes checked.
The Electrical System is your car is a complex system of wiring, switches, relays and actuators that keep your car running properly. The failure of any of these systems can lead to everything from poor engine performance to complete lack of operation. If you are experiencing trouble with your cars electrical system, it may be time to come see a professional.
Today’s cars have an elaborate fuel delivery system to maximize performance while using as little fuel as possible. This system has very tight tolerances, and must be maintained to assure it’ll deliver fuel when your engine needs it. Whether your car uses a carburetor or a fuel-injection system, our ASE Certified Technicians can maintain your system, and troubleshoot any problems should they arise.
Does your car run hot sometimes? The cooling system in your car is essential to the engine’s proper operation. A temperature gauge in excess of 250 degrees or steam from the hood of your car could both be signs that your car’s radiator is not functioning properly.
What good is a car without steering? Power steering fluid assists with the functionality of your vehicle’s steering capabilities, but can often times become contaminated. This can result in excessive noise, hard steering, leaks and even complete steering failure. Unfortunately, by the time symptoms appear, some damage has probably been done. This can result in very expensive repairs. We recommend flushing the power steering fluid every 37,500 miles to avoid costly repairs.
Is your ride getting bouncy? It might be time to replace your shocks or struts. When these suspension essentials begin to go bad, you may also notice uneven or choppy tire wear or bouncing when you apply then release weight from the front bumper. Depending on the type of shocks and struts, they may also leak oil or air. The bouncing from failed shocks and struts could cause you to lose control of your vehicle, so don’t wait for this problem to go away, because it won’t.
Regular transmission fluid flushes reduce the chance a very costly repair will be needed and the chance of an unexpected breakdown. Heat is the nemesis of transmission fluid – it causes the fluid to oxidize reducing the lubrication capacity which accelerates the wear on internal components. Manufacturers have engineered methods that reduce heat, but this fluid still gets extremely hot every time you drive. Flushing every 30,000 miles is usually sufficient.
Changing your car’s oil is not only a good idea, but necessary to avoid costly repairs. It not only reduces the risk of needing repairs, but also improves your car’s gas mileage. We recommend changing the oil and filter in your car’s engine every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Depending on the age of your vehicle, your oil change frequency may need to be higher, or you may need a higher quality oil.
Is your car running poorly? Is it hard to start? Does it hesitate on acceleration? Your car could need a tune-up. We will diagnose your cars air, fuel and ignition system to make sure it’s performing at optimum capacity.
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