Yearly Archives: 2015

Brake Booster Replacement

Brake Booster Replacement

Brake Booster Replacement in San Antonio The brake booster is a vacuum assist system that ensures the brake system has the correct amount of pressure. This pressure is what allows you to press the brake pedal and engage the brakes. Without the brake booster, it would be extremely hard to press your brake pedal and stop your vehicle. You may need to replace your brake booster if you are experiencing a hard or stiff brake pedal, lack of braking power, or a hissing noise when pressing the brake pedal. All services associated with your brakes are important and should not be put off to ensure your safety when on the road and ignoring some repairs can quickly lead to more serious problems with your brake system. To have your brake system inspected call us or schedule your appointment online. How it’s done: Check brake fluid level and condition (not pictured in video) Check complete brake system for any leaks in the system (not pictured in video) Inspect the brake master cylinder (not ... read more

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6 Key Vitals to Check Before Hitting the Road!

6 Key Vitals to Check Before Hitting the Road!

Tis the season for family gathering and joy! Before you hit the road this holiday season make sure you have these 6 key car vitals checked! Tires: It is important to keep an eye on your tread wear year round. So, if it has been awhile you may want to give your tires some extra attention. You also want to ensure that all of your tires are properly inflated including your spare. Coolant: Coolant plays an important role in your car's function. Without the proper manufacture specified coolant and the correct level of coolant, you may see some tough road ahead. Oil: Oil is like blood for a car so it is important to keep it up to par. Check your engine oil level and the condition of the oil. Brand new oil will appear a caramel color while old oil will be almost completely black. Belt(s) & Hoses: To avoid overheating the car and your family make sure to check those belt(s) and hoses. When inspecting them you will want ... read more

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Oxygen Sensor Diagnosis and Repair

Oxygen Sensor Diagnosis and Repair

How To Know if You Have A Faulty O2 Sensor A common cause for your check engine light to come on is a malfunctioning O2 (Oxygen) sensor. Your vehicle’s O2 sensors perform tests on your vehicle’s exhaust to determine how much oxygen is in it. The data from these test it sends to your car’s computer which uses the data to make the perfect air to fuel mixture to ensure that your vehicle is working at optimum performance. At some point, your vehicle’s O2 sensor will need to be replaced. Here are the two most common signs that one of your O2 sensors needs to be replaced. The first sign that your vehicle has a faulty O2 sensor is poor gas mileage. The reason poor gas mileage can be a good indicator of a faulty O2 sensor is because the sensor goes bad it can cause problems for the fuel-delivery system. When there are problems with the fuel-delivery system it could cause too much fuel to be injected into the engine's cylinders. The excess fuel being injected will in return diminish your gas ... read more

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