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2240 W Bell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85023
(602) 548-0901
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See Mike for an honest opinion! The Best Automobile Advice You'll Ever Hear From a Certified Mechanic If you care about your automobile, you'll maintain that vehicle regularly with the help of a certified mechanic. Sure, you can do many things on your own. DIY vehicle repair is incredibly common these days, especially now that we have tutorial videos on YouTube and How-To articles on various websites. Even a person who doesn't know a thing about cars can take a crash course in changing their own oil by watching a video or two, and they just might manage to pull it off. But follow the below advice, please, when it comes to maintaining your car. Your auto mechanic will thank you. Trust Your Auto Mechanic It's frustrating when a customer comes in claiming to know exactly what's wrong with the vehicle and exactly what's required to fix it, only to find out that the customer is dead wrong. While the internet is great for teaching DIY vehicle maintenance, it has also created an army of armchair auto mechanics. We have sophisticated machines and techniques that we use to diagnose the problems your vehicle may be facing. Trust us when we give you advice. That's what you pay us for, after all. Maintain Your Vehicle Regularly You can't change your oil once every ten years and expect your vehicle to make it to 100,000 miles. Your car needs its oil changed regularly, the brakes should be checked twice per year, you should flush your coolant at least once per year, and that's just some of what's required when it comes to keeping your vehicle on the up-and-up. While the cost of maintaining your vehicle regularly may seem like a lot of money, you have to consider that not maintaining your vehicle will only cause serious and very expensive problems later on. Spend your money wisely on proper vehicle maintenance and you'll save much more money in the long run, promise. Get Multiple Quotes You may think that you're getting one over on a shop by going out and getting multiple quotes. But most auto shops want you to feel completely comfortable with the establishment, the service provided and the cost of that service. If going out and getting multiple quotes will prove to you that you're not being gouged, then so be it. You'll find that most shops want you to go out and get multiple quotes. If you have the time, it's extremely recommended. We want you to trust us when we work on your vehicle and shopping for quotes can help to solidify that trust. Follow this advice to keep your vehicle running and your auto mechanic happy.

Get Your Vehicle Ready for Any Length Road Trip Driving across the country can be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience, but are you sure that your car or truck can take the punishment? To be sure, you should contact your local auto mechanic and ask him or her to give your vehicle a nice once-over. Of course, if you want to save money, you can do the checkup yourself. The following six items should be checked before you take your car out on the open road. If you don't, you may find yourself stranded in the middle of nowhere with no ride and no luck. Flush The Radiator You should replace your coolant at least once per year. Over time, the radiator coolant can break down and it can begin to corrode your radiator. This can lead to very expensive problems later on. It's best to just flush it and fill it when it comes to preparing for a long road trip. Check Your Tires If you're going to be traveling in the summer, that likely means rain. Make sure the tread on your tires will accommodate wet or otherwise hazardous roads. You wouldn't want to find yourself in a ditch or worse. And while you're down there, make sure you also check your tire's pressure. Look in the vehicle's instruction manual for the proper psi. Replace Windshield Wipers During the winter months, your windshield wipers can become warped and useless. It's best to replace them so that you never have to worry about not being able to see in torrential downpours. Replace Your Air Filter This should be done at least twice per year. It takes five minutes and it will save you loads of headaches in the future. How Are Your Brakes? You shouldn't attempt a brake job unless you're specifically trained to do so. That being said, your brakes should be inspected twice per year to make sure that everything is up to par. You never want to take chances with your vehicle's brakes, especially when you're traveling a long way on unfamiliar roads. Check Your Battery If your battery is corroded or the connections appear loose, try cleaning it and tightening the wires and cords that connect to the positive and negative ports. Use a voltmeter to test the connections. If you're getting adequate power and you've managed to clear the corrosion, you should be good to go. But if your battery isn't working adequately, it's better to change it now rather than later. You never know when it'll die, and it'll probably happen at the least opportune moment. If you are heading out on a road trip, contact Auto Air & Electric where we will make sure you get to and from your destination safely with expert automotive services.