Monthly Archives: December 2022

Common Vehicle Occurences

When the weather outside is frightful, you sometimes notice our car is having multiple issues you don’t have in the warmer weather. Below is a list of some things that you may find happening during the winter months and colder weather. Losing Tire Pressure As the weather cools off, your tires will lose air pressure more rapidly. Due to the air inside the tires contracting in colder weather, your tires will become underinflated. You must regularly check the air pressure in your tires during the winter months as driving on underinflated tires can cause uneven and unsafe wear on the tires over time. Underinflation does not provide better traction on slick roads, so check your tire pressure once a week to stay prepared. Due to tires being made of rubber, the material will harden during winter months which can cause tread and gripping problems if you are using an all-season tire. To prevent this from occurring, it is recommended that you change to a winter tire during ... read more

Quoting Rebuilt Transmissions in Knoxville, TN

"Can you give me a quote on a rebuilt transmission?" Unfortunately, there's no simple answer to this question. Without having the transmission out of the vehicle and dismantled, accurately quoting a transmission rebuild is next to impossible. A transmission can have anywhere from 300 to 500 parts, depending on the year, make, and model of the vehicle. We definitely wish we had x-ray vision to see which of those parts are broken. Fortunately, even without x-ray vision, we can help you! All we ask is to spend about 30 minutes with us. During this time, we will perform a free road test and a free computer diagnostic scan. These two diagnostic steps will help us determine what issue(s) the vehicle has. These steps help us verify the issue instead of attempting to diagnose the problem over the phone. An inaccurate diagnosis could cause frustrations for you as a customer spending unnecessary time and money. You can rely on us as the experts in diagnosing your transmission an ... read more