You've probably noticed a bunch of warning lights on your dash when you start your engine. They flash on to test the circuits and then go off if everything's OK. One of the warning lights looks like a car battery. Its job is to tell you if your battery's not charging properly.
Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation’s leader in remanufactured products, announces the availability of its re-manufactured Nissan VQ40DE 4.0L engine. This DOHC V6 engine is available in exchange for the following 2006-2011 vehicles: Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, X-terra
Steve's Automotive in Southeast Marietta now offers the Nissan VQ35DE V6 Engine with our partner Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation's leading re-manufacturer of drive train components, continues expanding into the import industry. The Nissan VQ35DE, a 3.5L DOHC V6 with variable valve timing (VVT), is available for engine replacement for the following Nissan vehicle applications:
Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation’s leader in remanufactured products, announces the availability of its re-manufactured Toyota 1MZ-FE 3.0L engine. This DOHC V6 engine is available in exchange for 1994-2006 (Toyota Camry, Avalon, Solara, Sienna, Highlander | Lexus ES300, RX300) vehicles.
When your check engine lights comes on, you may be torn between utter panic and just wanting to ignore it and hope it goes away. That's perfectly understandable. That same check engine light could come on for anything from a serious engine or transmission problem all the way down to a loose gas cap.
Some people are confused by charges for diagnostic services for a vehicle repair, even though many other services in life include diagnostic fees – things like computer service and appliance repair are just two examples. Even when we go into the doctor for a medical problem, we're paying her to diagnose our ailment and of course for the tests that go along with it. So receiving a diagnostic charge for a tricky automotive problem shouldn't be a surprise.
How important is wheel alignment?
Think of it this way: Research indicates that the average vehicle is driven about 12,000 miles per year. A car with a toe angle misadjustment of 0.34 degrees (only 0.17 inches) out of specification will drag the tires sideways for more than 68 miles by the end of the year!
Brakes are pretty much the most important safety device on your car. If you’ve ever partially lost your brakes in the past, you’ll agree that it’s not something you want to experience again. Inspecting your brakes twice a year for wear and damage can protect you and your passengers. Additionally, it will also help save you money by catching any damage before it becomes too costly.