Here at Good Works Auto Repair Tempe, we can repair your vehicle, but we cannot prevent bad gas from being served at your local gas stations. It may not be the most common repair issue, but when it does happen, be sure to bring your vehicle to expert technicians. To learn how bad gasoline is for your vehicle, click here.
There are many ways to increase the miles from each fill-up at the pump. But many of us don’t realize that our fuel system can play a major role in the performance and gas economy in our vehicle. To read more about fuel system maintenance, click here.
Did you know having low tire air pressure can cause a disastrous vehicle accident? We drive around on our tires all the time, day in and day out and most of us never bother to check the amount of air pressure in them. In fact most people likely don’t do any tire maintenance until a tire blows out, goes flat, or we see the tread is almost gone. We are all pinching pennies and just ignoring our tires allows us to continue to pinch them. Unfortunately we can pay a lot more than money by doing this. A new government study shows that as many as one in 20 car accidents could be linked to tire related problems. Don’t be numbered among those that ignore their tires. Get them checked out, and make sure they are properly inflated for your own safety, that of your family and everyone else driving beside you.
There is much to know about your vehicle’s transmission, but one of the most important things is that without the proper driving techniques, background knowledge, and maintenance, repair and rebuild is going to cost you a lot of money. To read more about what you can do to keep your transmission healthy and keep more money in your wallet where it belongs, click here.
Good Works Auto Repair offers so many vehicle services. Some are more common services like oil changes, air conditioning services, and brake repairs, while other services are less common (or at least not often heard of) such as air induction, and differential services. To learn more about the importance of a differential service, click here.
Here at Good Works Auto Repair, your Tempe auto repair shop, having cleaner, safer air is just a short visit and a minimal cost away. Any part of the car that takes in fluids or air from the environment should have a way of separating the good from the bad, which is why cars have air filters and fuel filters. Pollen, mold, dust, and other particles can get trapped inside your vehicle. To read more about cabin air filters, click here.
Problems will arise in your vehicle at one point or another, but with automotive service from Good Works Auto Repair, It doesn’t have to happen nearly so often. Our goal is to make them happen a little less for you. Car electrical problems can happen for a number of reasons, and can be major problems or minor ones that just cause an inconvenience. Either way, the system is designed so that many accessories and components depend on a strong, charged battery to perform optimally. To read more about electrical system issues in vehicles, click here.
Preventative maintenance at Good Works Autp Repair sure can be a lifesaver at times. (Maybe not for you, but for your vehicle.) With regular inspections and replacements of fluids, you’re vehicles most important systems can stay healthier for longer. To read more about taking care of your vehicle’s cooling system and how it works, click here.
There is a little more to it than stopping at a gas station and checking the air in your tires with the gauge. You also cannot afford to wait for the pressure to drop to a level where your tire pressure monitoring system warning lights come on. Tires are a serious safety feature and the correct tire pressure is important. To read more about your tire pressure, click here.
A recent consumer poll shows that American motorists are more concerned about the longevity of their vehicles and want to drive them to 200,000 miles. However, in order to make this happen, preventative maintenance is the key. To read more about how to help your vehicle last longer and drive better, click here.