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Tire Pressure

Tire Pressure

How to check your tire pressure On the inside of your driver's side door, you will find the tire pressure levels recommended for your front and back tires. You can check your tire pressure using either a small tire pressure gauge (around $10) that you can keep in your car or at the gas station and check using the air pressure pump there. Making sure your tires are the appropriate fill will save you money in gas, and in new tires. If they aren’t inflated properly they can cause your tired uneven wear, costing you, and not keeping you as safe on the road. How to put air into your tires. If you notice that your tires are low on air, you need to fill them ASAP. Make sure you’ve read the first tip above about how to check your tire pressure and adhere to the recommended settings. Head over to your closest gas station and fill the tire(s) with the recommended amount of air, or if you're close by stopover to Aeschbach&nbs ... read more

What is a digital courtesy inspection??

What is a digital courtesy inspection??

What is a Digital Courtesy Inspection? Tire Wear Your tires are what keep you moving safely down the road and get you to wear you need to go. Our service technicians check to make sure your tires are properly aligned, balanced, and in top shape. This will help ensure the and safety of your vehicle on our roads in Madison, WI. Wiper Blades and Glass Condition Your wiper blades are crucial, especially when it’s raining or snowing- sometimes at the same time! The condition of front and rear wipers are checked to make sure they will work well when you need them.  In Madison, Wisconsin especially with in the salt in the winter, we need to have windshield washer fluid and wipers on point at all times. Fluid Levels Fluid levels are checked at each inspection. Visual Brakes During our courtesy inspection, we do a quick visual of the brakes through your tires.  If our Mechanic’s notice wear, and suspect you may be getting low, they will recommend further evaluation- a ... read more

My Check Engine Light Is On, What Should I Do!?

You're driving along the Beltline, singing to the radio, and longing for being on the beach. Out of the blue there it is … the orange shine of the check engine light (CEL). What do you do now? Do you drive straight home? Pull off? Go Into A Frenzy?! Just please, don't disregard it! The best thing to help keep away from an huge repair is to have it analyzed and repaired immediately. Not at all like your Maintenance light, which is set to go off at particular mileage intervals, the check engine light will go off when the vehicles PC distinguishes an issue. While there are literally dozens of reasons your check engine light might be set off, however there's normally no compelling reason to freeze. There are a couple of things to remember when your check engine light goes on. No one likes to see their car's “Check Engine” light come on. The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a lo ... read more


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