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Options To Consider About Auto Repair It may be a very stressful situation when worrying in regards to what company to choose


for the auto repair, but as long as you know the way to this process it may be really simple. Every company will claim that they have the very best mechanics and present the cheapest prices, but clearly that is certainly far from the truth. The best way to know you are having the best repair for that lowest price would be to spend some time to do your research. Step one to finding the best company is to consider the reviews that have been left by past customers. Most likely you possess more mechanics in your area than you are able to count. It can be hard to select which companies to even compare with others. Choose a site that gives you the choice to see their reviews at a general star level. Following that you must be able to find the top 10 companies in your area. You then should take time to look at the reviews which were left by their past clients. Realize that there definitely is going to be negative reviews, irrespective of how good the corporation is, nevertheless the vast majority should be positive. Try to find negative reviews that share the same issues, such as needing to bring their vehicle way back in a shorter length of time because it actually had not been yet fixed. Any shop should e in a position to diagnose and repair a car or truck the initial time. From your initial set of 10 you should certainly narrow it as a result of 3 different companies that are the top. You may then call each and ask if they are willing to give you an insurance quote totally free. In case they have made your top three list they should be over willing to achieve this. That way you can understand what they presume being the problem and also the things they think it can cost. When you have quotes coming from all 3 then you can decide who to work with. It can be tempting to decide simply based on the cost, but exactly how they treat you must also be regarded as. Customer care is extremely important in relation to auto repair. Should they be happy to explain everything for your needs and show you that they feel that you have value they then are truly thinking about obtaining your company and keeping it. Consider every facet of your interaction prior to you making a determination about which mechanic you think is advisable to service your automobile. Every auto mechanic will claim they have the best costs, from parts to service, but the reality is that they can all differ in many ways. Take time to investigate how others have felt with regards to their service, what their pricing is and the way you personally felt when you visited their shop. This really is the simplest way to locate a quality auto repair shop that will provide what you need and expectations.





FAQ's Auto Repair

Overheated Toyota 4Runner?
My Wife Ran My Toyota 4Runner To The Point It Was So Hot,..It Quit Running,...It Started After It Cooled A Little Bit....She Did This 3 Times!! Same Day.........Pull The Radiator Cap, And Feel The Engine Compression Just Blowing Right Back In Your Face,..I Tried The Whole Gasket Sealer Treatment, Hell Nothing Stays In The Radiator.........Am I Looking At Head Gaskets?,...Or Would I Be Better Off To Start Searching For New Heads?

Check your water pump. I had an overheating problem with an old car I had. Radiator fluid wouldn't stay in the radiator. I tried putting that sealer stuff in there, but it didn't do anything. It turned out to be the water pump. Check it!

Have I Blown My Head Gasket, Egr Valve Or Is It Something Else?
Ok, Last Night Before Heading To Work, I Started My Car(2000 Ford Contour Se Sport W/ 189K Miles, 2.5L Dohc) There Was A Rattle, Kind Of A Knock, That I'D Never Heard Before. I Thought That Because The Temps Have Dropped That Maybe It Just Needed To Warm Up. So I Decided To Just Let It Warm Up, As I Drive Down The Street. I'M Almost To Work When I Notice That My Temp Gauge Has Went Form The Middle(Normal) To Way Past Red. I Was On The Expressway, So I Took The Nearest Exit, And Got To My Mothers House. As I Exited The Expressway, It Tried To Die, The Lights Were Going Dim, But, It Kept Going. I Got To My Mothers House I Had To Use Her Car So I Parked In The Grass, To Move Her Car, Got Back In My Car, And It Started Right Up, Like It Had No Problem. As I Backed My Car Into Place The Oil Light Came On, Then It Died, I Popped The Hood Just To Listen, And There Was This Bubbling Sound. So Does Anyone Have Any Idea What This Could Be? I Hope I Haven'T Blown My Head Gasket, Or Done Anything Seriously Wrong. Here'S What I Know: I Need An Oil Change. The &Quot;Check Engine&Quot; Light Has Been On Because I Need An Egr Valve(Codes Pulled At Auto-Zone). I Used Lucas &Quot;Tune Up In A Bottle&Quot; For About A Month Until I Would Be Able To Replace The Egr Valve. **Best Answer Gets 10 Points, And Please No Insults, I Throw Them Back**

It appears everything comes back to the overheating problem. The only piece that may be out of place is why it died soon after you started it.

You could probably use some good news. I think your Contour uses the same temperature management strategy the Focus uses. It operates in three stages. In the first stage of seeing the engine is getting too hot the temperature indicator (not really a gauge, more like an idiot light with a pointer) is commanded to go into the red. In the second stage, if you do not respond to the gauge, the computer shuts down two of the cylinders. This reduces the amount of heat the engine is producing, pumps air through the other two cylinders, and gets the driver's attention for sure. I think you experienced that stage. In the third stage the engine is shut down.

I recommend you handle this as a sudden overheating problem. Get the cause identified and fixed, and see how things stand. The odds are probably in your favor. Don't worry about the EGR codes for now - they don't have anything to do with this.

Smog Check In California?
Will I Pass A Smog Check With A Cat And No Muffler It Is A Cat. Converter With A Y Pipe

The smog test does not test the muffler. However we don't recommend you take the vehicle in for testing without it. It may cause the smog technician a problem with the emissions probe.

Smog machines calibrated in California (which they all are, every three days) are designed not to allow the testing of vehicles which emit oxygen levels exceeding a smog machines preset limits. If oxygen enters the smog probe during the test, the machine may not allow the inspection to continue and/or fail the smog inspection. To play it safe have a muffler installed.

As far as no catalytic converter... automatic smog check "visual" failure. Your vehicle must be equipped with a Catalytic Converter unless it was never required by the manufacturer. Note this is highly unlikely unless your vehicle is pre-1975. Your vehicle's underhood emissions label will indicate the CAT's requirement.

We recommend you get more information at http://www.smogtips.com

Street Map Of Norfolk St In Dorchester 02124?
Looking For An Auto Repair Shop On Norfolk St

The auto repair shop on Norfolk Street
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Norfolk Auto Body & Repair Shop, Inc.‎Address:
360 Norfolk St,
Dorchester Ctr,
MA,
USA‎
(617) 436-9701‎

Toyota Camry Stalling Issue?
I Have A 1993, 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Toyota Camry. Recently I Had A Friend Of Mine Replace The Head Gasket Because It Blew. Since Then The Only Trouble I'Ve Been Having With The Car Is That It Stalls After I Floor It (If I Have To Get Up To Speed Quickly, Not Necessarily Putting The Pedal All The Way Down). After I Floor It It Will Start Jumping, Like It'S Out Of Gas, When I Take My Foot Off The Gas Pedal. Once I Stop Or Have To Slow Down The Rpm'S Just Drop And The Car Stalls. I Can'T Get It To Start In Neutral After This, So I Have To Stop The Car And Turn It Off Then Back On, Then It Will Run Fine Again. If I Let The Car Slowly Get Up To Speed Instead Of Flooring It, It Won'T Stall. I'Ve Checked The Vacuum Hoses And They Seem Fine. What Could Be Causing This?

There are a number of things that might cause this.

I suspect you should check the timing since you had a head job done it is very common that you might be a tooth off.

I would also have your catalytic converter checked it is not uncommon that they get clogged and could cause it to not be releasing back pressure properly.

How Do I Contact The Federal Bureau Of Automotive Repairs?
Hello, I Recently Asked A Question - Http://Answers.Yahoo.Com/Question/Index?Qid=20080108133737Aagcqjv And One Answer Told Me To Call The Federal Bureau Of Automotive Repairs. I Searched But I Cant Find A Contact Number. Can Someone Please Help Me.

There is no federal bureau of automotive repairs. Regulation of automotive repair facilities and mechanics is handled on a State level. Depending on which state you live in it may be the Attorney General or the DMV. Go to your State's web site and search under automotive repairs or automotive regulations. After reading your issues in the other post, I'm surprised you didn't find another mechanic after the first botched repair.