Automotive Service Excellence

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Gas Saving Tips
    Turn off the AC. If you don’t have to use air conditioning, don’t. (City driving will save you more with AC off.
     Travel at the speed limit. Stick with the speed limit and shift to the higher gear. Every 5 mph over 60mph will cost about 21 cents per gallon, so if you spent 2.83 per gallon, it will be as if you paid $3.04 a gallon at 65mph or $3.25 at 70mph, etc.
    Get the junk out of your trunk. The rule of thumb is for every extra 100 pounds you consume an extra 1 mpg.
     Tune it up, fix it up. Get regular tune-ups and change your oil. An improperly tuned engine hurts gas mileage by an average of 4.1 percent Changing the oil could save you up to three percent and something as simple as replacing a faulty oxygen sensor can boost gas mileage up to 40 percent!
    Fresh air. A clogged air filter can decrease gas mileage by up to 10 percent. The air filter helps protect the inside of the engine from impurities. The potential gas savings from keeping a clog-free air filter can be up to 31 cents per gallon.
     Watch your wheel alignment. Going in a straight line, instead of wobbling will save gas.
State Inspection: Smog test & repair, Brake & Lamp
Engine Diagnosis & Repair
Computer Diagnostics
Electrical System Diagnosis & Repair
Brake System Repair
Tires: Sale, Mounting & Balancing
Suspension & Steering Repair
Tune-ups & Oil Changes
Cooling System Service & Repair
Factory Recommended Maintenance
Clutches & Transmissions
Engine Repair & Replacement
Pre-Purchase Inspections
Safety Inspections
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When should I rotate my tires?
A. Rotating your tires should be done every 6,000-9,000 miles. This will ensure proper wear and extend the life of your tires while keeping you safe.
Q. My engine light comes on, what should I do?
A. When you first start your car, all the dashboard lights will come on as a safety test. These lights will go off when the test is complete. If the engine light comes on after a test or sometime later, you need to have your checked. The check engine light is a warning from the on-board computer system. It could be a simple problem to fix, left alone it may become major, don't ignore this light!
Q. What dashboard lights should I worry about and which are just precautions?
A. Every dashboard light is responsible for notifying the owner of issues that need to be addressed. If any of the following lights are lit you need to have your vehicle looked at: Engine light, Oil light, ABS light, Traction light, Tire Pressure light.
Q. Why are there different types of oils?
A. Synthetic oils are premium , high concentrated lubricants. They are for all vehicles and provide higher mileage. Regular oil works just as well as synthetic oils when it is changed on a regular basis (every 3,000-5,000 miles).