Auto repairs are services that are necessary when a problem exists in your vehicle or when a part may be worn down to the point where replacement is necessary to maintain the performance of your vehicle. Often times, it’s nearly impossible and/or dangerous to operate your vehicle when repairs are imperative.
Repairs on your vehicle are often necessary for a variety of reasons, such as battery issues, overheating, engine or transmission failure and brake failing. Such repairs should not be overlooked and it is important to get your vehicle looked at by a professional as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the higher the chances of your vehicle having even more problems. At Clem Tire in Alabama, we offer repair services to keep your vehicle running smoothly.
Routine maintenance is another aspect important to keeping your vehicle at its best. Services include inspections, parts replacements based on what your vehicle manufacturer recommends and scheduled services. The schedule for performing these maintenance services depends on your vehicle and you can find this information in your owner’s manual. Following a routine schedule is the best way to make sure your vehicle runs at its best.
Symptoms your car may need service:
- Check engine light or other warning lights are on
- Dash gauges are not at their normal position
- Any unusual noises, vibrations, or ride problems
- Loss performance - acceleration, brakes, steering, fuel mileage, etc.
Our expert technicians will:
- Test drive (as necessary) to confirm customer concern
- Inspect vehicle for broken, worn, or malfunctioning parts
- Replace or repair as needed
- Confirm problem has been solved
If your vehicle is showing symptoms of problems, we can help with a complete auto service inspection. Contact us today to set an appointment.
Why is preventative auto service important?
In order for the combustion and power necessary to move a heavy vehicle to be initiated by the spark plug, clean gas and air needs to be driven to the vehicle's cylinders. Clogged fuel injectors, dirty air, soiled fuel filters, and corroded spark plugs all contribute to decreased engine performance and poor gas mileage. It is important to have your vehicle's air filter inspected regularly, and to follow the manufacturers' recommendations for replacing components as fuel filters, PCV valves, and spark plugs when they are no longer working at maximum efficiency.