Route 1 Auto Service

Route 1 Auto Service
Route 1 Auto Service is listed in the Muffler Repair category in Peabody, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Route 1 Auto Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Route 1 Auto Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Route 1 Auto Service offers Muffler Repair services in Peabody MA.

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If a “system too lean” code comes up with your vehicle, this is usually due to a vacuum leak, faulty injector driver, bad injector, or necessary software update. Your mechanic will be able to scan the system, identify where the malfunction exists, and then repair it.

We'll pay special attention to your spark plugs during regular maintenance of your vehicle. Spark plugs that need to be replaced can cause problems with your vehicle's catalytic converter, one of the most common car repairs, according to

A car purchase, even if it's a used vehicle, is a major purchase. We can let you know whether there are some minor repairs needed so you can offer a fair price for the vehicle you are considering.

While many modern cars do not need full tune-ups until after 75,000 miles, this is not set in stone. Your driving habits play a big role in how soon a tune-up is needed. If you have noticed a significant drop-off in vehicle performance, a tune-up may be in order.

This weeks newspaper article, Enjoy friends Q: Hi Larry I have an oldie 1993 Toyota 4 door sedan. I cannot figure out how to reach the wiring harness to get at the connector that I need to take the old wire from the rear door’s jamb switch. It looks likes it is solid metal around the cavity the switch sits in. How do I get to that wiring harness to change it? A: Remove the pillar trim. In most cases there are no screws holding it in place. Pinch clips keep it all nice and neat. Once the pillar cover is off, the wire harness will be available. Q: I listen to you guys on WBZ and you guys are brilliant, so I figured I would reach out to you. My son has a 1994 Volvo 850 wagon, when it is in any gear except neutral, at a stop, the engine shakes and almost stalls but doesn’t. It is at its second mechanic, both are baffled, they have checked everything fuel related, egr valve, plugs, coils, main computer, motor mounts, idle, and air/vacuum leaks. None of these seem to be the problem. He is now leaning towards valve issue, waiting to hear on this. Have you guys any idea what may cause this. Between the 2 shops, the car has been gone for 2 1/2 months, each mechanic has worked on it in between other vehicles at their shops. I appreciate any feedback. Thank you, A: Glad you enjoyed the WBZ show. I would venture a trip to the transmission shop will resolve this issue. Most likely the torque converter is staying engaged. Compare it to a vehicle with a standard shift. You are at a stop light, vehicle in first gear. You put your foot on the brake, and start letting up the clutch. As you are coming up the vehicle engine is going to slow down and run rough. The same thing will happen with a torque converter that is not slipping properly. If the fluid is burnt, you may want to gamble on a transmission flush to repair the problem. Q: I have a 2005 Chevy Malibu with 60,000 miles on it. My gas gauge dropped to empty. The mechanic tells me that the float in the gas tank has to be replaced at the cost of $1200. What I want to know is if there was ever a recall on this problem. Thankyou Don. A: A search through my AllData repair subscription brings up Technical Service Bulletin #09-06-04-007A. This concerns the gas tank float getting stuck in position because the evap hose that runs next to the float gets caught against the float. This will stop the float from going up when you fill your tank. There is no guarantee that your float is stuck, however step one is to remove the sending unit and examine it for the aforementioned problem. This is a very expensive fuel pump assembly. However the estimate of $1200 Is a bit high. If your mechanic needs some guidance on this problem have him contact me at my email address listed below. Car Care Tip: Warm weather is finally here. Use a helper at dusk to check all your exterior lights, including headlights, stop lights, license plate lights, turn signals, and back up lights.