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Monthly Archives: May 2021

Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

Is Your Vehicle Showing Signs of a Leak?

Knowing Your Vehicle: Are There Signs of Leaks? Did you know that fluid leaks are a common issue for many people? Fluid leaks can happen for many reasons. However, it mostly happens in older vehicles. it is a good idea to get your car checked out if you have signs of a leak. All leaks are not the same, and there are several fluids that keep your car in top shape. Commonly, there are eight types of fluids that keep your car going. The following are examples of the type of fluids that may be in your vehicle. Vehicle Fluid Types • Automatic-Transmission Fluids • Coolant Fluid • Oil for The Engine or Engine Oil • Transmission fluid • Brake-Fluid • Power-Steering Fluid • AC or Coolant fluid Professional Leak Identification There are several signs that your vehicle will show if it has a leak. It is particularly important to seek professional help from our auto repair shop if you do notice a leak. This is bec ... read more

Vehicle Air Conditioner Not Working?

Vehicle Air Conditioner Not Working?

5 Most Common Problems with Car A/C Units   There’s perhaps no more disheartening feeling to discover that your car’s air conditioning isn’t working properly, especially on a hot day stuck in traffic. Overheating in the car can be frustrating, and can even lead to problems like road rage.  Especially when you’re on the beltline in Madison, WI. What’s going on with the a/c unit when it’s acting like this? Below are 5 of the most common things that go wrong with the air conditioning in your car. 1. Blocked or Broken Condenser The condenser’s job is to use air intake from the front of the car as you’re driving along to re-cool refrigerant after compression. The condenser can get blocked by various buildup and debris, after which it won’t be able to do its job. Clearing it out should fix this problem. Alternatively, the condenser might actually be broken. If the condenser is impacted particularly hard by ... read more

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