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Frequently Asked Questions

  • If my car is under warranty, am I still able to bring it in to be serviced?"
    Yes! The Federal Law - Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. 2302) protects your right to take your car to any auto repair mechanic for routine service. It will have no effects on your warranty at the dealership.
  • Why is my car's check engine light on?
    The check engine light is your cars most important way of letting you know of potential problems. It means a system in your vehicle such as: Ignition Fuel injection Emission control is not properly working, even if your vehicle may seem to be running just fine.
  • Why are my brakes squeaking?
    The sound of your breaks squeaking can be caused for a variety of reasons. The most common being that its time to change your break pads and/or rotors. Brakes that are worn out to thin can cause squeaking and longer stop distances.
  • Why do I need a wheel alignment?
    Wheel alignments make sure your wheels are facing in the same direction. Overtime while driving your car, things like: accidents potholes curbs everyday driving can cause you wheels to become unaligned. This can lead to poorer handling and excessive tire wear.
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