Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area Auto Repair

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Arlington North
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(817) 459-4004
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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: 2022

How Long Do Windshield Wipers Last?

How Long Do Windshield Wipers Last?

Proper visibility is extremely important when it comes to driving safely. There’s nothing that goes more hand in hand with that than having clean windshield wiper blades. The truth is you don’t want to be caught in a major storm with poor-performing wiper blades. Read on to learn more about how you can perfect windshield wiper maintenance.   It is an industry-standard to replace your windshield wiper blades every 6-12 months. The sun’s UV rays, pollution, debris, and other natural conditions can cause them to wear sooner. When your wiper blades wear down, you may notice the following signs: Cracks or tears in the rubber  Skipping  Squealing and squeaking Streaky appearance If you notice any of the above changes in your windshield wipers, it is a clear indicator that you need new ones.   You may think all windshield wiper blades are universal; however, that is not the case. They come in different sizes, features, and types. Even after pickin ... read more

When Should I Change My Transmission Fluid?

When Should I Change My Transmission Fluid?

Your vehicle holds many different fluids, and transmission fluid is one of them. This red solution is responsible for lubricating your transmission components to keep them operating smoothly. Over time, this fluid collects dirt and grime, making it less effective. That is why it is important for drivers to regularly change their transmission fluid. How Often Should I Change My Transmission Fluid? It's hard to define how often you need to change your transmission fluid because it is typically set by your automaker. However, most manufacturers claim that you should flush your fluid every 30,000-60,000 miles for manual vehicles or every 50,000-100,000 miles for automatic cars. Other factors may influence the quality of your transmission fluid as well. For example, if you drive in the city and have to stop and go frequently, it can accelerate the degradation of your fluid. Furthermore, towing and hauling large loads will cause quicker deterioration of the lubricant.  What To L ... read more

How To Prevent Pollen From Damaging Your Car

How To Prevent Pollen From Damaging Your Car

Spring is settling in, and along with it comes an abundance of pollen. If you've recently noticed the yellow substance covering your car, you should know that it is a bigger problem than simply looking unappealing.    Pollen is nature clinging dust, and its problem stems from its acidity. The acidity of various pollens is commonly activated when it comes in contact with water, so waiting for the rain to "wash it off" can do more harm than good. In other words, the acidic pollen can damage your car paint and lead to the formation of rust. Now you know why pollen can be a huge problem for many drivers this time of year. Let's take a look at some preventative tips!   Ways to Prevent Pollen Damage to Your Car Wash your car frequently - Running the hose isn't enough to minimize the risk of pollen damage. It's important that you use soap to contain the pollen before washing it away safely. Furthermore, be sure to use light motions and a non-abras ... read more

Essential Car Items to Check Before a Road Trip

Essential Car Items to Check Before a Road Trip

If you're planning on going on a road trip with friends and family this spring, you and your passengers' safety should be at the forefront. The last thing you want to do is to run into vehicle troubles, like having a breakdown or getting into an accident. To ensure your car is up to safety standards, please take your time to assess these areas for your car before hitting the road. Fluids & Filters - Your vehicle relies on many fluids to run properly, including coolant/antifreeze, motor oil, power steering fluid, brake fluid/DOT fluid, transmission lubricant, and windshield wiper washer fluid. Don't forget about their corresponding filters too. A leak or lack of some of these fluids can lead to damage and immediate breakdowns. Hoses & Belts - A brief check on your vehicle's belts and hoses can significantly reduce your risk of a breakdown. When checking your belts, look for signs of fraying or cracking. It is important that you replace your timing belt and serp ... read more

What Happens When You Accidentally Drive With Your Parking Brake?

What Happens When You Accidentally Drive With Your Parking Brake?

Nowadays, most vehicles will send out an audible signal to alert you that your parking brake is still engaged. However, if your car doesn't have this feature, you can tell by how your vehicle drives. Driving with the e-brake on will make your car feel sluggish and prevent you from accelerating properly.    If you're the type of motorist who always puts their parking or emergency brake up when they park, you may have forgotten to disengage it at one time or another. The parking brake or emergency brake is a secondary brake that is used as a backup just in case your primary braking system fails. This cable system locks your rear wheels and prevents them from spinning rather than using fluid to stop your vehicle. As a result, the stop from your e-brake is more abrupt and quick.   If you have a newer vehicle, the emergency brake may look different. Modern cars nowadays have an electronic parking brake that you can engage with a push of a button, rather than the s ... read more

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