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Auto & Fleet Mechanic

5160 Pentecost Drive #C
Modesto, CA 95356

The use of computers has been one of the most beneficial advances in the automotive industry. Because of these technological advances, your mechanic can run an engine diagnostics that scans the operating systems in your vehicle with a specialized computer. This is not only necessary when the check engine light comes on, but also as a yearly checkup that can determine if your car is in need of a tune up.

This diagnostic computer can find problems associated with the transmission, oil tank, gas tank, exhaust system, and other components. It can also indicate ignition timing issues, level of buildup in the combustion engine, fuel injector performance, whether the ignition coils are firing, engine rpm levels, air, and coolant temperature, crankshaft and camshaft position, and throttle opening. In other words, it will let you know when its time for a tune up!

So just what are the signs that your car needs a tune up? If your car isn’t driving as well, as usual, it is probably time for a tune up. Look for these signs:

What are the signs that your car needs a tune up? The automotive experts at Auto & Fleet Mechanic can run an engine diagnostics to see if it’s time for tune up.
08 Jul, 2020

The use of computers has been one of the most beneficial advances in the automotive industry. Because of these technological advances, your mechanic can run an engine diagnostics that scans the operating systems in your vehicle with a specialized computer. This is not only necessary when the check engine light comes on, but also as a yearly checkup that can determine if your car is in need of a tune up.

This diagnostic computer can find problems associated with the transmission, oil tank, gas tank, exhaust system, and other components. It can also indicate ignition timing issues, level of buildup in the combustion engine, fuel injector performance, whether the ignition coils are firing, engine rpm levels, air, and coolant temperature, crankshaft and camshaft position, and throttle opening. In other words, it will let you know when its time for a tune up!

So just what are the signs that your car needs a tune up? If your car isn’t driving as well, as usual, it is probably time for a tune up. Look for these signs:

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With the long days of summer here, many drivers may not think about their headlights and brake lights. But, it’s important to keep an eye on them as they can burn out or stop working without noticing. All of a sudden, you may start to wonder, “Why is my brake light not working?” It’s still important that you have working lights (headlights, brake lights, turn signals) so that other drivers know you are there or in which direction you plan to turn.

So what causes lights to not work or seem extra dim? There could be several reasons, including:

Wondering Why is my brake light is not working? For help with burned-out headlights & brake lights, schedule an auto electric repair at Auto & Fleet Mechanic.
23 Jun, 2020

With the long days of summer here, many drivers may not think about their headlights and brake lights. But, it’s important to keep an eye on them as they can burn out or stop working without noticing. All of a sudden, you may start to wonder, “Why is my brake light not working?” It’s still important that you have working lights (headlights, brake lights, turn signals) so that other drivers know you are there or in which direction you plan to turn.

So what causes lights to not work or seem extra dim? There could be several reasons, including:

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There is still a lot of debate going on in the automotive industry today on how often should you change your oil. If you’re confused, the best place to look is your owner’s manual. This little book will give you guidelines on how often you should change the oil as well as what type of oil to use. The age and make of your vehicle is often a determining factor.

There may be two different schedules listed in your manual—severe and normal. Actually, very few drivers may fall under the normal category. Severe driving conditions include stop-and-go driving, idling in traffic, towing a trailer, driving in extreme heat or cold, or frequent short-distance driving in which the engine cannot reach full operating temperature. In this case, most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the oil more frequently than normal.

Wondering how often should you change your oil? Ask the mechanics at Auto & Fleet Mechanic about their oil change coupons.
05 Jun, 2020

There is still a lot of debate going on in the automotive industry today on how often should you change your oil. If you’re confused, the best place to look is your owner’s manual. This little book will give you guidelines on how often you should change the oil as well as what type of oil to use. The age and make of your vehicle is often a determining factor.

There may be two different schedules listed in your manual—severe and normal. Actually, very few drivers may fall under the normal category. Severe driving conditions include stop-and-go driving, idling in traffic, towing a trailer, driving in extreme heat or cold, or frequent short-distance driving in which the engine cannot reach full operating temperature. In this case, most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the oil more frequently than normal.

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5160 Pentecost Drive #C, Modesto, CA 95356209-543-7575info@autoandfleetmechanic.com
Mon:07:30am - 05:30pm
Tue:07:30am - 05:30pm
Wed:07:30am - 05:30pm
Thu:07:30am - 05:30pm
Fri:07:30am - 05:00pm
Sat:Closed
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