Before the blazing sun of summer leaves you sweating and feverishly rolling down the windows, consult a mechanic to inspect your air conditioning system for leaks, cracks or other malfunctions. There is no greater summertime discomfort than peeling yourself out of a scorching vehicle. Beat the heat with air conditioning repair. Like most auto repair an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of good. Never allow a tiny problem turn into a disaster; as a minor air conditioning repair is often relatively quick and inexpensive, while a larger fix may not be.
As the air conditioning system in a vehicle ages, constant check-ups and addressing small problems will save both time and money in the future. If the air conditioning system in a vehicle is not offering the cooling power it once did, there are several preventative measures which can be take ...[more]
by: Mike Najjar
Do you like to save money? In this economy we do almost anything to save a dollar. Generic groceries, matinee movies and even skipping routine auto repair. It might seem harmless now, but skipping auto repair and routine maintenance could be a death sentence for your vehicle. Let this put into perspective what missing routine auto repair will actually cost you- the average American will spend $120 per year on oil changes, while the average engine costs about $4,000.
Save pinching pennies for the grocery store. The staff of Master Auto Repair understand their frugal customers and want to help their thrifty customers of the St. Louis area out with current promotions always clearly listed on their webpage.
Anywhere from tire servicing to brake c ...[more]
by: Mike Najjar
Master Auto Repair has recently purchased the General Motors MDI, the same diagnostic testing equipment used by GM dealers. Master Auto Repair can now perform ANY diagnostic test and any reprogramming function that a GM dealer can provide. Scott Ramsey, ASE Certified Master Technician, says, “This system will be more convenient for our customers. Now, there is no reason for them to be forced to go back to the dealer for any repair. We can do everything in-house.”
The MDI system is designed to read a vehicle’s computer trouble codes, read live data from all system sensors, and enable the shop to perform software updates on any GM vehicle. With the latest technology and information, it’s no hassle for Master Auto Repair’s ASE Certified Technicians to fix problems right the first time. Not only does this save time, but it saves the community from the high prices of the dealership.
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