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Five Preventable Auto Repairs

By Weber Automotive
June 12, 2019 Category: , Auto Services, Tips And Tricks, Transmission, Engine

There are many preventable issues that people experience with their vehicles. People often dont know why the problem has occurred, and they dont know that there are steps they can take to prevent these issues. The Five Most Common and Preventable Auto Repairs: Engine Failure Engine failure is one of the most expensive repairs or replaces that we see with vehicles. However, many times, engine failure can be prevented with simple routine maintenance like oils changes. Change the oil in your vehicle every three to five thousand miles. In your vehicles manual, the manufacturer will give you a suggested timeline for oil changes, but we suggest you shorten that time by 20 to 30 percent. The manufacturer doesnt want your engine to last forever so they can sell you more, but we want to see your engine last as long as possible! Oil changes are cheap; engine repairs are not! Transmission Failure Transmission failure is often caused by neglect, as well. Some of the manufacturers nowadays are

It Takes an Experienced Tech to Identify and Repair Issues in Your Vehicle

By Weber Automotive
May 02, 2019 Category: Engine, Vehicle Inspections

There are a few signs to look for when it comes to your vehicle and when it needs to be looked at by a specialist. The first sign is pretty obvious, the check engine light. But sometimes there are other ways of knowing something is wrong with your car. Sometimes you hear a creek or another weird noise coming from your vehicle that shouldnt be happening. Either way, if you suspect something is wrong with your vehicle or there is a clear sign, like the check engine light, we recommend taking it into our shop to be looked at by our experienced technicians. Diagnosing car troubles requires a lot of knowledge of how the system works and sometimes some tenacity and creativity to actually narrow down and pinpoint where the problem is. Electronic Issues We use Pico brand scopes as theyarethe best brand of electrical lab scopes in the industry. We use this scope to help us diagnose why the check engine light comes on. In many cases, an engine malfunction is far beyond what a check engine

What to Do When Your Check Engine Light Comes On

By Weber Automotive
April 18, 2019 Category: Engine

Many car owners believe that they can take their cars into any shop when their check engine light comes on and the shop will scan the vehicle and immediately identify the issue. However, the scan does not tell you what the problem is; it only tells you that there is an issue. What Happens When the Check Engine Light Comes On? When the check engine light comes on it means the computer that operates the power train sees something out of its programmed parameters, and that generally indicates theres a problem with the vehicle. At Weber Automotive, we offer a free code scan in order to provide our customers with more value. If your check engine light comes on, we will run our code scanner which gives us direction to tell you where the problem is. From there we can tell you what tests have to be done beyond that scan to determine exactly whats causing that light to come on. The code is not a diagnosis as it does not tell you what needs to be done to solve that problem. Car Doctors It

Engine Repair Experts

By Weber Automotive
March 21, 2019 Category: Auto Services, Engine

Weve all seen it before:youre driving home from work, and the dreaded check engine light comes on. At that moment you fear how this is going to affect your wallet. After all, the most expensive repairs in the automotive industry involve car engines. However, our people at Weber Automotive have unique talents that most auto repair shops do not possess. Bryan Weber has been tinkering with all type of engines since he was a child, which has rendered him well equipped to fix any engine problems you may have. For example, at our shop inNorth Olmsted, we recently had a 2013 x3 BMW with 79,000 miles when the check engine light came on. The owner was following the manufacturers maintenance schedule and recommendation to a T, and yet they still had an engine malfunction. The owner of the BMW then took their car into the manufactures shop, and they said the engine needed to be replaced, as they did not have the knowledge or experience to fix the issue. This would have cost the owner 10-15-thousand

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