Has Spring finally arrived?? 2013
According to Fema, floods are one of the most common disasters. Most communities experience some flooding due to heavy rains, storms, or the winter snow thaw. While your vehicle may not have been flooded, you should still consider possible water damage. Even if you drove through a little high water. You can check some things and we can do the rest.
Check carpets upholstery, and door trim panels. If they are wet the vehicle will need professional attention. If you only let the carpet dry, you will quickly be rewarded with mildew and nasty odors. Seat brackets. motors, and modules also should be checked for rust and proper operation.
Pull the engine oil and transmission fluid dipsticks and differential plug. If the fluid appears milky or beige in color,then the pan may contain water. The vehicle should be towed to us. Driving the vehicle with water present may damage internal parts and require extensive repairs.
check exterior lights for moisture and water. Replace headlight bulbs & any other that contain water.
If you have any questions what so ever about the condition of your vehicle give us a call and we can discuss your concerns.
Did you know with our full service oil changes we do a complete inspection of your vehicle. From top to bottom, our ASE Master technicians with over 40 years experience is checking over your car we know what to look for on all makes & models.
We can get your car ready for the summer road trip. Please take advantage of our Pothole Recovery Special. Check it out on the coupon page.
Have a great Spring/Summer!