You should bring your car into AA Auto Tech for routine maintenance. There are a few key areas that need ongoing attention to ensure that they are working properly.
Few things are as perplexing or unnerving as a sudden failure in your car’s system while you are driving down the road. Your vehicle depends on specific components to operate. If the parts break down, your car will suddenly cease to work, and you may find yourself on the side of the road or in a hazardous situation.
The computer network in your car performs a wide range of critical operating functions. As a driver, everything may seem simple, but underneath is an incredibly complex system of software, wires, and controllers. The automotive experts at AA Auto Tech in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota can help you with all your vehicle computer needs. We employ certified technicians that understand maintenance and service of the common components and utilities of your car’s computer system. Let’s examine this technology in more detail.
A car's engine will tell you if it needs a tune-up by the way it acts or sounds. For instance, if the engine misfires, hesitates, stalls, gets poor mileage or doesn't want to start, you'll want to bring your car to AA Auto Tech for an inspection and an engine tune-up. With proper maintenance, your engine will operate in peak performance mile after mile.
Cars make lots of noises as you’re driving down the road. While some of the sounds are perfectly normal, others should warn you that there is something wrong. A trained AA Auto Tech car mechanic can identify any weird noises in your car and tell what is wrong with it. If you hear any odd sounds, bring your vehicle to our shop and let our experts find the problem and fix it right away. Below is a list of 10 familiar car noises and what they mean.
If you are trying to fit in one last road trip before your kids head back to school, or are planning on sneaking off to enjoy the cooler weather that fall brings, preparing your car for the road trip is important. Often times, a car breaks down on the side of the road due to items that are completely preventable if the proper precautions had been taken. Here at AA Auto Tech, we can quickly, yet thoroughly get your car ready for a road trip, helping to ensure your car doesn't delay or ruin your plans. Here are a few of the ways we can help to get your car ready.
Summer is here, and that means that your car can get very hot inside. Fortunately, there is an air conditioning system to help you stay cool while driving home from work or taking your kids to their activities. However, if your car's air conditioner is not working as it should, there are numerous reasons why. One of those reasons is that the unit has a leak. Here are a few of the warning signs that your automobile's air conditioner may be looking refrigerant or Freon.
It's easy to take the brakes on your car for granted. We all do it. You have faith that your brakes will be there when you need them. In fact, the only time most people even think about their brakes is when they're not performing properly. Brake noise is one of the most common complaints repair shops receive.
And while brake noise may be annoying, it's a sign that something is not right and should be looked at immediately. If your brakes make a noise when in use, schedule an appointment today.
Oil changes are a routine and important part of car maintenance. The oil helps to lubricate your engine and keep it running smoothly. However, over time, that oil becomes dirty thanks to all of the dirt and sludge in an engine. An oil change is needed to remove the dirty oil and replace it with clean oil. Unfortunately though, there are many myths surrounding oil changes, mostly based on older models cars. Here are a few common myths about oil changes and the truth surrounding them.
If your car is not running how it should, you will typically take it in to the repair shop to have it repaired. However, if temperatures are extremely cold, you may find yourself wondering if you should hold off on taking your car in. You may think the cold temperatures are contributing to your car running poorly, or that certain repairs cannot or should not be made in the cold. Here is some information that you should know if you find yourself in need of car repairs in the dead of winter.
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