2005 Nissan Titan SE 5.6L V8 Differential Problem both front and rear.
Here is an evaporative canister leak causing a check engine light on a 3.0 V6 on a 2008 Mercury Villager.
Back in 2011, National Public Radio did a nice piece about how airlines and other industries are strategically and dynamically adjusting their pricing on a continual basis.
It seems like a simple task for some, but can be quite daunting for others. Being a professional automotive technician for 25 years, and 4 time re-certified ASE Master Certified Technician, I get asked frequently “where should I take my car or truck?”
There is a variety of simple components in your vehicle that can cause complicated repairs, and the battery is one of them. Many drivers make the mistake of not replacing the battery until it won’t start the car.
It is common practice to look for an upgrade once your car has passed its 10-year mark, if it is deemed irreparable, or if you find that your needs are changing. However, it is a decision that should not be approached lightly.
I understand that taking care of your car is a responsibility, and it is not often you wake up and want to come visit a vehicle repair facility. Nonetheless, after 20+ years, servicing your car or truck is still fun. I thank you for that opportunity.
Many customers have asked us over the years, “How long should I keep my car?” and “How long should my car last?” The answer is not as complicated as it seems.