We offer auto repair tips, advice and help on many repair and maintenance projects. Many minor auto repair jobs and vehicle maintenance schedule items can easily be done by most DIY’ers with a little bit of auto repair experience.
Our Blog section provides case-by-case list of different vehicle’s common problems. We try to provide the best way to accurately diagnose and make the correct repair. In most cases, the repair is fairly easily. You can save yourself a ton of money on your next auto repair bill. Many Auto Repair Blog posts will contain a link to the correct part for that vehicle to make the auto repair go more smoothly. No guessing at part numbers or hoping you got the correct item! Ready to check out the Blog? Click to the Auto Repair Blog page and do a search to see if your vehicle is listed. Or browse the entire list.
Check out our articles page. Whether you are trying to diagnose an automotive problem or looking to complete a scheduled maintenance interval we have an article for you. You can find tips, advice and insight into common problems and basic repair techniques. Read articles that explain common car problems like the Check Engine Light and many OBD-II “p-codes”. If you need more help, consider talking to a certified, professional mechanic, live 1-on-1. If you’d like to see an article written to address a common problem, contact us!
Some auto repair jobs will require the use of some special tools to correctly identify and diagnose a problem. These tools aid in easily and efficiently making a repair. When doing a diagnosis, the basics are a test light, a multi-meter and a code reader to obtain a Diagnostic Trouble Code (aka “p-code“). If your Check Engine light is on a scan-tool will be needed. If you do not have access to a code reader, you can have the p-codes read FREE (except in California). Most local “big chain” parts stores like AutoZone or Advance Auto Parts scan your vehicle in their parking lot. If you are a beginner in the auto repair field, you should familiarize yourself with the tools of the trade and learn some of the basics.
With a little basic automotive knowledge and some auto repair tips, advice and help, you can get that next job done! No problem!
*NEW* – Check out our all new Performance Chip Install Section! This section will feature the correct wire colors and IAT locations for installation of a performance chip. Like the popular G-Force Chip! We’ll be adding vehicles on a regular basis.