Whatever you need, A to Z delivers. Our company has been successfully rebuilding engines for more than 35 years. Investing in engine repair can add life to your vehicle, sometimes hundreds of thousands of miles, so you don’t have to buy a new car.
Onboard computer systems
Today, most cars are controlled by computers. The fuel injectors, spark plugs, steering system, and many other components are all told when to engage and move by an onboard computer system. If something’s wrong with your car or engine, your onboard computer should let you know with a dashboard light.
A dashboard light should turn on if the computer senses something wrong with one of your car’s systems like the ABS brakes, tire pressure, or something less specific, like the engine light.
Some people ignore their check engine light while others go as far as disabling it which could be a costly and dangerous move. The best thing to do when your check engine light appears is to bring your vehicle to your trusted mechanics at A to Z.
Once we determine whether there is a problem, and what it is, we’ll explain the costs of the work which needs to be done. With our company, there are never any unpleasant surprises. We do our best to keep you informed every step of the way and we take pride in giving customers accurate estimates.
Engine cooling systems
We are cooling systems experts. Your cooling system plays an important role in your vehicle’s performance. Left alone, an engine would become extremely hot, overheat and even begin to melt. The cooling system helps keep your engine cool, and running with antifreeze.
Antifreeze is actually a combination of antifreeze and water which does more than just keep your car’s fluids from freezing. It has anti-freeze, anti-boil, and anti-corrosive properties. Antifreeze flows through your radiator and engine and helps keep everything working at the right temperature.
Like all automotive fluids, antifreeze eventually breaks down. Our company recommends what is commonly referred to as a “flush and fill,” where we change your antifreeze every two years or 24,000 miles.