1. What kind of cars do you work on?
All makes and models, imports and domestics. We are a full-service auto repair facility.
2. What type of repairs do you do?
30, 60, & 90k services
Cooling system service & repair
Brake repair, service & overhauls
Electrical system repair
Fuel injection service
Heating & air conditioning
Poor running diagnosis
Shocks & struts
Steering & suspension
Clutch adjustment & overhaul
Transmission service & overhaul
Much, much more!
3. I rely on my car. Can I get it back today?
We realize that just about everybody needs their car back as soon as possible. Depending on the nature of the repair we can generally return your car the same day. However, if there are complications, we have arrangements with Enterprise Rent-A-Car for discounted car rental. Currently at $29.99 per day, economy.
4. Are you open on Saturday?
Sorry, we do not offer Saturday service at this time.
5. How often should I have my oil changed?
Aero Auto Repair recommends every 3,000 to 5,000 miles depending on driving conditions.
6. How often should I change my belts & hoses?
We recommend changing belts and hoses every 5 years or 60,000 miles. Belts and hoses should be checked at each oil change.
7. How often should I have my antifreeze flushed & refilled?
Aero Auto Repair recommends a cooling system service every year. Antifreeze can become acidic and cause damage to your cooling system components and your engine.
8. How much do you charge for a smog check?
$50.67 complete. Includes certificate. Most cars & light trucks 1996 & newer.
$77.51 complete. Includes certificate. Most cars & light trucks 1995 & older.
9. My brakes are squealing and the brake pedal vibrates when stopping.
Is this dangerous?
Squealing, vibration, grinding, etc. are all symptoms that your brakes may need service or repair to prevent damage to braking system and to ensure your safety.
10. How often do I need a tune up?
In general, a tune up is necessary every 30,000 miles. If your vehicle is running poorly, this may be caused by a number of factors and should be diagnosed for the poor running condition.
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