Quality Standards for Exhausts
Our estimates are based on the assumption that everything will fit like factory original components. Custom fitting; such as heating, bending, welding or hanger modifications may take longer and increase your final cost. We hope not. READ MORE
Watch & Help Policy
Many people wonder if they can watch while we inspect or repair their car. Here…you can… we welcome you into our shop where you can watch and ask questions provided you know the rules. READ MORE
Quality Standards For “No Start” Diagnosis
Our diagnostic processes were developed in accordance with standards provided by the Robert Bosch Corporation. We also apply our empirical knowledge of how cars respond to our environmental conditions and research technical service bulletins that apply to your model. READ MORE
Assortment of tips for you Beetle owners!
Problem: Wiring fault with the fuel injection system Background: The car ran great before it was parked. The battery was dead, you jumped it but still no go. You charged the battery and it now cranks fine. READ MORE
Why does my bug bog when I step on the gas?
Q: Why does my bug bog when I step on the gas? When I try to take off from a light, it just sits there and coughs. If I take off easy, it’s OK. If I slip the clutch a lot and rev the motor up, I can work through it. My clutch is smelling like burnt toast and my passengers think I am a spaz. READ MORE
Oxygen Sensor Diagnosis.
Oxygen sensors should be replaced every 60 – 90k miles. Worn oxygen sensors cause engine surging, especially upon start up, and hesitation when accelerating enthusiastically. Upon replacing your sensor, usually a 3 to 5 M.P.G. improvement is noticed along with improved smooth running. READ MORE
Ask the Master Cylinder Articles
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