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Some ways Automotive Repair

Are you afraid to take your vehicle to an auto shop because you end up spending money on things that really didn’t need fixing? Is the automotive repair on your vehicle performed on a trial-and-error basis, hoping that the problem will go away? Is there any way you can figure out what is wrong if your car doesn’t start, or if you stall out in the middle of an intersection? Correct diagnosis of the problem is the first step in receiving the best automotive service possible at your automotive service center.

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Eliminate the extra costs of repairs trying to pinpoint the problem, but didn’t fix it! Consider these two easy tips for helping your automotive repair technician know where to start looking for a problem:

• Know Your Vehicle – Pay attention to what you see, hear, feel, and smell. If you know how your vehicle normally responds, you will be able to notice when something isn’t right.
• Write it down – So you can describe the symptoms clearly, write them down. Relying on your memory may not be the best thing to do.

Pay special attention to these common problem areas, including,

  • brakes (worn out pads, drums, or rotors),
  • no-starts (bad battery, starter, fuel filter, etc)
  • suspension (failing shocks and axles, lost wheel alignment or balancing)
  • strange noises (rattles, ticks, grinding, and crunches)
  • dashboard warning lights (check engine light flickers or stays on)
  • transmission (jerky or stiff shifting, fluid leaks, odd smell, lack of response)
  • muffler and exhaust system (loss of power, smoke from the muffler)
  • A/C system/heating unit (air coming into the vehicle is either too warm or too cold)
  • electrical system (bad spark plugs, combustion problems)