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.
It is never a good idea to assume your car’s heating system will automatically work when you turn it on the first time. By taking precautions, you can keep yourself and your family warm and safe on the road.
With winter on the way, now is the time to schedule a heater inspection and maintenance with AA Auto Tech. We can assess your heating system’s performance and the make adjustments or repairs. We can also replace your vehicle's entire heating system, if necessary.
If you drive your vehicle long enough, you will eventually need to bring in for a comprehensive tune-up. Although tune-ups are different today than they were 20 years ago, vehicles still require some type of maintenance to keep the systems in their car operating well.
Your car’s radiator is responsible for keeping your car’s engine cool while it’s in use. The radiator is part of a cooling system that also includes the thermostat, water pump, and liquid coolant. The radiator distributes the coolant and keeps it at an optimal temperature during operation. An AA Auto Tech car mechanic can inspect your car’s radiator to ensure that it is in top working condition. We can also repair or replace the radiator if necessary.
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.
During both the winter and summer seasons, you need to bring your car into the AA Auto Tech service center so that a car mechanic can inspect your cooling system. It’s during both the hot and freezing periods of the year when your cooling system is most vulnerable. By keeping current with fresh coolant and undergoing any leak repair, we can help you avoid significant auto repair issues such as transmission replacement or engine replacement.
You depend on your car every day to get you to and from your many destinations. AA Auto Tech also cares about your car and wants to help you keep it running all season long. Whether you need an AC Recharge, an engine repair, or an oil change, we suggest that you bring your car in for routine maintenance. Typical maintenance issues you should be concerned about include the following items below.
During the winter months, it can be cold in your car. So in order to stay warm, you turn on your heater. But if it is cold out and you turn the heater on and no hot air comes on, you may find yourself wondering why and what you should do. Here are a few reasons why the heater in your car is not blowing warm air.
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.
Everybody knows how important it is to maintain a great relationship a good mechanic. Hopefully, . you only need the mechanic to conduct oil changes and routine maintenance on your car rather than repairs because the car is broken down. Unfortunately, cars can and do break down and when they do it's going to be an inconvenience for the driver. When it happens, the process is a little easier if you already have a mechanic lined up who you know and trust.
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