Battery Failure

March 28th, 2016 by

BATTERY FAILURE While summer temperatures build up the heat under the hood that damages the internal structure of an auto battery, winter cold thickens the engine oil, causing batteries to work harder to get engines to start. Signs As a result, the first indication of impending battery failure may be a slow cranking engine when

Air Conditioning

March 20th, 2016 by

Air Conditioning in Cooler Months Check the system Not only should you check to see that your vehicle’s air-conditioning (AC) system is in good operating order before the summer heat sets in, but you should also be running your AC during the colder months. Coolant does more than cool Even though it may be cold

Radiator Leak

March 14th, 2016 by

RADIATOR LEAK Today’s vehicle radiators are composed of two plastic tanks that attach to either side of an aluminum core consisting of metal tubes and fins. While the plastic tanks are lightweight, they are also susceptible to cracking and leaking over time. When this problem arises, the engine will overheat and sustain severe damage, if the radiator is not immediately