Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area Auto Repair

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Arlington North
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(817) 459-4004
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Arlington Southwest
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(817) 465-9955
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Colleyville
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(817) 788-2489
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Coppell
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(972) 304-6206
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Dallas Carrollton
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(972) 713-6666
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Dallas Beltline
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(972) 716-0696
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Duncanville
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(972) 780-2501
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Euless
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(817) 571-5700
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Fort Worth Southwest
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(817) 292-5700
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Fort Worth Fossil Creek
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(817) 427-1800
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Garland North
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(972) 530-2886
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Grand Prairie East
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(972) 262-9090
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Lewisville
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(972) 434-4340
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Plano
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Yearly Archives: 2021

Signs You Need Suspension Repair

Signs You Need Suspension Repair

The secret to a smooth and fully controlled drive lies in the effective suspension system of your vehicle. Failure of this crucial system not only damages the vehicle components but also results in driving safety issues. The Suspension System comprises multiple components, including shocks, struts, and other joints, linkages, and springs. All these parts work harmoniously to support the vehicle body, provide controlled handling, and bear the impact of uneven driving surfaces. Since the shock absorbers, struts, springs support the immense weight of the vehicle, they wear off after functioning for long periods. This damage in the suspension system components becomes evident when the vehicle starts showing signs of impaired driving control and bumpy rides. To detect any issues in the suspension parts, it is essential to look out for the following signs and symptoms. Your Vehicle needs Suspension Repair if: Your drive is not smooth anymore. The shocks in the susp ... read more

What is a Car Radiator?

What is a Car Radiator?

What exactly is a car radiator? A radiator is a block or assembly of materials that function to cool down and dissipate heat generated in a closed system. Cars, being very complex machines, have many parts that need to work in unison to keep the car cool during operation. Cars need their radiators to cool down the engines and lubricate the moving parts to ensure that the car performs properly. Radiators are basically heat exchangers, utilized for cooling the internal combustion engines in cars, mainly in hot engines but also in motorcycles, stationary generating plants, railway locomotives, or any other application using such an engine. The most important benefit of radiator systems is that they maintain excellent value for money. Car radiators come in two types; open and closed. In the case of a closed radiator, the cooling system is enclosed within the unit. This type of car radiator has a single pipe that is connected to the engine. This pipe is connected to a cooling system or a ... read more

Is it Safe to Drive With Your Check Engine Light On?

Your car's engine light is part of the onboard diagnostics system. When it lights up (in yellow), it mostly indicates internal car problems which cannot be ignored. Here is what your engine light might be telling you; The oxygen sensor needs a replacement Damaged, missing, or Loose Gas Cap A failing catalytic converter Your vehicle's mass airflow needs a replacement Need for spark plug and wires replacement Whether it is safe to drive with the engine light on depends on the main cause of illumination as well as your vehicle's functionality. Regardless, ensure you contact a professional, trained and certified mechanic to inspect your car as soon as the engine light comes on. What are the Potential Risks of Driving with my Engine Light On? It Can Make You a Nuisance on the Road When your car's check engine light is on, it might be indicating that the engine is overheating or misfiring. Engine misfires could be mechanical, fuel, or sat related in nature. In most ca ... read more

Can Car Brakes Overheat?

Can Car Brakes Overheat?

Just like in any other car parts such as the engine, radiator, and pistons, your car brakes can also overheat. While any brakes can overheat if used for a prolonged period, always beware that overheating may lead to partial or complete loss of braking power, which may put your life at significant risk. How Brakes Overheat Brakes often heat mainly due to the friction generated when you apply pressure to the brake pads. Though this friction remains essential for the car to slow down or even stop entirely, remember where there exists friction, there is heat too. However, depending on the friction between the brake pads rotors, the breaks may overheat, causing a braking problem. Main Signs Of Overheating Brakes Here are the signs you must watch out for to know when your brakes overheat: · Brake Fade You can detect brake fade when your pedals start to feel soft. Brake fade occurs when water collects within the car's brake fluid reservoir. Often, t ... read more

How Often Should I Check My Tire Pressure?

How Often Should I Check My Tire Pressure?

As a car owner, we're sure you're aware that you need to maintain all aspects of your vehicle in order to keep things running smoothly. This means not just keeping your fuel tank capped and windshield clean, but also ensuring your vehicle's internal mechanisms are working smoothly. This is especially true for the wheels on your car, which are some of the easiest parts to damage on your vehicle. Do You Have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System? So, how often should you check your tire pressure? As you may know, any vehicle made in the US after 2008 is required to possess a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) of some kind. These can either be direct or indirect systems. In other words, they may tell you when a specific tire has lost air pressure, or tell you that one of your tires has lost air pressure - in the latter case, you're going to have to check yourself. So with modern monitoring systems, you don't really need to check your tire pressure yo ... read more

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