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ALIGNMENT

Price: $79.99
HUNTER DSP600 LASER ALIGNMENT MACHINE. NEWEST TECHNOLOGY FROM THE OLDEST COMPANY WHO STARTED THE ALIGNMENT MACHINES. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS

Electrical Diagnostic

Price: $50.00 off any work over $300
Have signals or fans not working or some other kind of electrical issue, try our electrical diagnostic it is the best in town. We specialize in those hard to fix issues.

DIAGNOSE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON & GIVE QUOTE FOR PARTS AND LABOR.

Price: 1/2 OFF W/ APPROVED WORK ($45.00 VALUE. REGULAR PRICE 89.99)
CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON. 96 AND NEWER CARS & TRUCKS ONLY. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS

$30.00 OFF ANY SERVICE

Price: SEE DESCRIPTION BELOW
$30 OFF ANY SERVICE $300 OR MORE. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS

Used Car Inspection / New Car Purchase Check Out

Price: $119.99
Why! Not know what kind of car your buying. let us do a 90 point punch list to see if the car or truck your buying is in good shape.

AUTO / CAR WATER PUMP / TIMING BELT WORK

Price: 10% OFF WORK.
10% OFF ANY WATER PUMP / TIMING WORK. ( UP TO $50 OFF ) CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS

Car Care Tip of the day

Be Aware of auto /car Tire Wear. Houston,Tx

While irregular tire wear is a good indication that it might be time to have your tires replaced, did you know that it can also be a warning sign that your vehicle is experiencing steering, alignment or suspension problems? Becoming familiar with these early warning signs is a good preventative maintenance tip that will keep you on the road. Steering If your vehicle is pulling to one side, make sure you first check your tire pressure. If your tire pressure is balanced, your steering problems could be due to any of the following: an uneven tire rod length, incorrect toe, unequal camber or caster, or an incorrect center link/rack height. If you are experiencing excessive steering play or hard steering, have your technician check for loose or worn struts, strut mounts, shocks, springs and/or bushings. Suspension There are many components within the suspension system of your vehicle. If you are experiencing suspension problems, have your technician check the tire alignment, bearings, bushings, strut rods, springs and/or control arms. Be sure to inspect all suspension components and repair all parts that are worn or damaged. Failure to do so may allow the problem to reoccur and cause premature failure of other suspension components. Alignment Wheel alignment is needed for proper handling and tire wear. Proper wheel alignment keeps the wheels from scuffing, dragging or slipping. It also reduces fuel consumption and strain on steering and suspension parts, and improves steering ability. There are three alignment angles that affect your vehicle; camber, caster and toe. Camber is the inward or outward tilt of the wheel at the top from a true vehicle line and is measured in degrees. The purpose of this adjustment is to distribute the vehicle load closer to the point of road contact. This makes steering easier and helps prevent excessive tire wear. Caster is a directional control angle measured in degrees and is the amount that the steering axis tilted from true vertical backward or forward. Caster affects turning ease, straight-line stability and steering wheel returnability. Toe is the difference between the front and rear of the corresponding tires at spindle height. This is easier to understand when you compare your car's wheels to your own feet. When the fronts of the tires face in toward the car, this is called toe-in. When they face out from the car, this is called toe-out. Incorrect toe will increase tire scrub and wear.
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My car was towed in by AAA for a breakdown on the freeway. The tow truck driver took my car to the nearest AAA aproved auto repair facility which was located in downtown. This place fixed my car fast and was quite courteous.

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