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Happy Holiday's Utah

Posted by D on December 2, 2022 at 3:15 AM
Happy Holiday's from 
CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

If your short on last minute ideas for gifts we have a few
for that someone that loves there car.


  • Air Fresheners
  • Exhaust or Muffler                                 
  • Wiper Blades
  • Brakes
  • Oil Change
  • Tune UP
  • Diesel Repair
  • Winch straps, hooks and more.
  • Stop by CARS and let us help you think up some Idea's in you price range.
  • (435) 637-5337
    660 E. Main St. Wellington UT 84542
  • www.carsbellingham.com

CARS honors our Veterans

Posted by D on November 11, 2022 at 10:35 AM

THANK YOU!

History of Veterans Day

World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” - officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.”


CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service carbon Co. UT
660 E. Main St.    Wellington UT 84542


Open June 20, 2022

Complete Auto Repair Gift Idea's Utah

Posted by D on November 1, 2022 at 3:00 AM

The Holidays are almost here !

How about a few ideas for your Son, Daughter, Dad, Mom, Grandma or Pa. Well you get the idea.

We can help with an oil change, new brakes, new belts and hose, wiper blades. But I know, you say that isn't very exciting.

How about a new sound with some new mufflers and tail pipes.

Maybe new Head lights! We have some fancy ones you might like.

Has Mom  always wanted a lift  or a winch on that Jeep of hers!  We can help with that too.

Well, stop on by and we can talk and figure something out that you might like to get for a gift for someone.

 Happy Shopping from C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah 84542 
www.carsbellingham.com 
Hwy 191  /  6        Next to Post Office

 North of Moab  / South Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah

(435)  637-5337
Ye Old Kwik Lube and Tire


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Preventative CARS Care Utah

Posted by D on October 15, 2022 at 8:10 PM

CARS Preventative  Care
What's in a service check up?

If you're interested in extending the life of your vehicle as much as possible and keeping more cash in your pocket, it's wise to perform preventative care items such as oil changes and tune-ups. But what exactly is a tune-up these days?

During  tune-up = Automobiles have become increasingly dependent on computers to run most or all of their systems such as ignition, engine performance, fuel injection and electronics.  A reputable mechanic will want to scan the computer for any codes that may indicate an error and check the ignition system. 

 Present-day tune-up at CARS should include an inspection of the vehicle’s spark plugs to see if they need to be replaced. The same goes for the spark plug wires. The vehicle’s air filter and fuel filter should also be inspected and replaced if necessary. 

For most vehicles, these preventative care tune-ups and inspections should start at about 60,000 miles and then be checked again at 30,000- 50,000 mile intervals thereafter. ( depends on newness of car and type of driving, ask you Mechanic ) This is a big change from older, more mechanically driven cars that required technicians to change the points and distributor cap as well as adjusting the carburetor, ignition point settings and timing every few thousand miles. The reliance on computers to monitor these automotive systems has now required technicians to be proficient computer software and scanning machines in order to diagnose issues. 

Something to be aware of also, is that if you are experiencing a performance problem like chugging or slow acceleration, it may not be related to a need for a tune-up, but a symptom of the emissions system, such as a blocked catalytic convertor, or the fuel delivery system, such as a clogged fuel injector. Take it to CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service and describe the problem so they can diagnose what the car needs. 

One final note for drivers, is to be aware that when you visit CARS  repair shop and request a tune-up, this does not necessarily include an oil change or other fluid changes.  Oil changes should be done more frequently than tune-ups,  but that schedule is being extended as well to about every 5,000 to 7,500 miles ( check your manual ) - depending on the vehicle, engine size and driving - due to cleaner running engines and synthetically blended oils. Keep track of your mileage and consult with you mechanic, don't necessarily rely on the change oil light on the dash.

In any case, be sure to get an estimate for all work that is suggested and that you understand why the technician is recommending it. Working together with your trusted Mechanic, you can be reassured that you are safe on the road and keep your car running trouble-free!

 C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337
www.carsbellingham.com
660 E Main St. Wellington Utah  84542  / Carbon County
Hwy 191  / 6       Next to Post Office
North of Moab   /   South of Price , Helper,  Salt Lake City Utah

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Jeeps, Trucks, Cars - Gifts for all - CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

Posted by D on October 1, 2022 at 7:30 AM

CARS Complete Auto Repair Gift Idea's

We are now headed into the Holiday Season 

October is a good month to start thinking about what you would like to do for Holiday Gifts.

Please keep us in mind when thinking of gifts for this season. to Shop Local .

We have many options when thinking of gift to keep your loved one's safe this year and next as well as fun options for your Automobile. Why not stop by C.A.R.S = Complete Auto Repair Service and lets talk about what you could get for Gifts for that special person in your life.

How about some Oil Changes, Wiper Blades, Brakes, Tires, Alignment, or Maybe a New Muffler Set UP ! How about some New Headlights.  We can equip your 4 x 4 with winch, straps, hooks, bar light LED's  and more...

When it comes to Car Repair near Price, Helper, Carbon County Utah  we offer a lot. Stop by and let's put our heads together for some great Gift Idea's for you. Thank you for shopping Local this year, what a great old, new tradition.
        We Are Open  

www.carsbellingham.com

660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah / Carbon County
Hwy 191   /  6       Next to Post Office
North of Moab   /  South of Price,  Helper,  Salt Lake City Utah

(435) 637-5337


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Wiper blade's CARS Auto Repair Utah

Posted by D on September 15, 2022 at 12:20 PM

 

Rejuvenate Worn Wiper Blades

Nothing wears windshield wipers down faster than accumulated winter grime. The Mud and salt leave streaks that make it hard to see. An easy remedy is to pour a bit of rubbing alcohol onto a cloth or rag and use it to clean the wiper blade edges.  Now the old timers used to use tabaco bags.  

The solvents in the alcohol dissolve the dirt so your blades will make a clean sweep.
To prolong the  wiper blades, don't tug  them free from the windshield on cold mornings and don't switch them on to help scrape away the ice and frost. ( both of these tare or otherwise damage the rubber blade.  If you can put a sock on them. 

You might try 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water in a spray bottle to help break up the ice on the window.  Scrape the Window.  Let it clear off from the heat in the car. Park in the sun.

Choose the right blade for you make and model of Vehicle.

Enjoy your Winter

(435) 637-5337
www.carsbellingham.com 

Open June 20, 2022
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah  84542 / Carbon County
Hwy 191 / 6         Next to Post Office
North of Moab  /   South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah

New Headlight Utah Auto Repair

Posted by D on September 15, 2022 at 3:15 AM

Headlights

Maybe you just need brighter lights so you can see when your off road better. Try the new LED lights.  These lights last longer and draw much less energy.

Ambiance is the word when it come to camping and we have the light to help you with that. Awning lights are the easiest way to light up your RV at night. Maybe you just need some light to see where your going to get back from the campfire when your camping we have that too.  

C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337
660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah
www.carsbellingham.com
Hwy 191 / 6        Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper,  Ogden Utah

Reviews are appreciated
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Thank you for your support .  

CARS Utah Specials

Posted by D on September 13, 2022 at 5:35 PM

The Rain is upon us in carbon county Utah

Posted by D on September 13, 2022 at 4:50 PM

The rain is here.

Come by for our Fall special!

LOF, New pair of wipers and a windshield treatment!!

Belts, hoses and tires inspected too!

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337
660 E. Main St.  Wellington UT 84542

Let Us know how we are doing.   Thank You!   https://g.page/r/CVluIYctk0m4EBE/review

Winter Tips for your CARS

Posted by D on September 1, 2022 at 12:10 PM

Winterize you CARS

Out Smart the ice and snow

1) DE-ICE LOCKS

     Hand sanitizer gel  - In a pinch The simple fix for a frozen - shut car lock.  Squirt hand sanitizer onto your key, pump the key in and out of the lock, then slowly - without forcing it - try turning the key.  Repeat until it opens.  This works because hand sanitizer is at least 60% alcohol.  Alcohol has a lower freezing point than water." according to Michael Calkins of AAA.  Since the alcohol strips away the oils, make sure you spray with some WD-40 after doing this to rubricate the lock and keep it from refreezing.  You can also heat the key with a match.

2) Keep windows clean
     Shaving Cream - It has a lot of the same ingredients as commercial de-foggers. Just spray a layer on the inside of your windows and wipe it clean.

3) Prevent Frost
     Cat Litter - Just leave it in your car overnight. The litter will absorb moisture (and odor!).  This also works good for traction in the snow under the tires!  Cardboard also works fro traction.

4)  All around good Item
     Socks - Used for wiping windows,.  Put over shoes for traction when pushing car.  *Gloves, to keep kitty liter in to keep car dry.  *Keep your to put over feet make sure you keep them warm and dry if you get stuck.

 tip: Don't leave open containers of liquid or water in your car overnight, those will evaporate and turn into fog or frost.

Enjoy your Winter Month's
from
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah / Carbon County
Hwy 191 / 6      Next to Post Office
North of Moab  /  South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah

(435) 637-5337
www.carsbellingham.com
www.facebook.com/carsbellingham

Oxygen Sensors

Posted by D on September 1, 2022 at 9:10 AM

The Story of:  Oxygen Sensor
 And
 What it Does

Oxygen Sensors measure the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases and send a signal to the Engine Control Unit (ECU). The ECU monitors the signal and accordingly adjusts the amount of fuel entering the engine, keeping the air-fuel ratio closer to stoichiometric ratio. Thus, an Oxygen Sensor optimizes the performance and fuel efficiency and minimizes emissions.

High oxygen content in the exhaust gas indicates a lean mixture which affects performance and causes problems like knocking, misfire and may also damage the engine. Low oxygen content indicates a rich mixture which causes excess emissions and reduces the fuel economy.

 How many Oxygen Sensors are there in my vehicle and where they are located?

The number of oxygen sensor depends on the car make, model and mainly on the size and type of the engine. It also depends on the type of the OBD sensor: OBD-I or OBD-II.

In most cases, there are two oxygen sensors in a four cylinder engine. One is located on the exhaust manifold before the catalytic converter and another is located after the catalytic converter on the exhaust pipe. In V6 or V8 engines there are four oxygen sensors, two O2 sensors are located before catalytic converter on each cylinder bank and other two O2 sensors are located after catalytic converter on respective banks.

How Does the Oxygen Sensor Work?

 An Oxygen sensor is installed in such a way that one of its surfaces is in contact with the exhaust gas flow and another surface with the outside air. Oxygen sensors do not measure the concentration of the oxygen gas in the exhaust gas, but measure the difference between the amount of oxygen in the exhaust and in outside air.

 Based on the oxygen quantity in exhaust gases, voltage signals are provided constantly to the ECU so that it can maintain a stoichiometric air fuel ratio by regulating the fuel injection.

 What are Upstream Oxygen Sensors and Downstream Oxygen Sensors?

 The upstream oxygen sensor is located right before the catalytic converter. It is installed in the exhaust manifold or in the exhaust pipe near the engine. The role of the upstream oxygen sensor is to optimize the air-fuel ratio entering the engine. There can be one or two oxygen sensors depending on the number of cylinders.

 Upstream monitors the oxygen gas in the exhaust gas and provides a signal to the ECU whether the mixture is weak or rich. When there is a high level of oxygen in the exhaust gas, ECU assumes that the air-fuel mixture is lean - so it adds more fuel to the engine. And when there is low oxygen in the in the exhaust, the ECU assumes that the air-fuel mixture is rich and it reduces the fuel supply accordingly.

 The downstream oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter. The role of the downstream oxygen sensor is to monitor the working and efficiency of the catalytic converter. There may be one or two oxygen sensors depending on the number of cylinders.

 The ECU compares the signal from upstream and downstream sensors. If the catalytic convertor is working properly, the amount of oxygen after the catalytic converter should be near to the specified constant value.

 If the signal from the downstream sensor varies from the constant value, this tells you that the catalytic converter is not working properly. Hence, the ECU switch on the ‘CHECK ENGINE’ light on the dash.

 Why and How Often should I change my Oxygen Sensor?

 Oxygen sensors play an important role in both fuel efficiency and engine performance. If Oxygen Sensors are not performing well, it leads to lowered performance of the engine and poor fuel efficiency which ultimately decreases your vehicle's driveability. Hence, it is of utmost importance to keep the Oxygen Sensors up to the mark for the longevity of your vehicle and to receive efficient performance from it.

 Every vehicle manufacturer has different recommendations on how often the oxygen sensor should be changed. It is specified at the beginning in terms of mileage or time period depending upon expected day to day use of the vehicle. However, it is strongly advised to get it checked at regular intervals as it depends upon gas-containment, as well as local weather.

 How do I know that my Oxygen Sensor is not working properly?

 There is no particular symptom that indicates malfunctioning of Oxygen Sensors.One case would be drastic decrease of fuel economy or mileage.   Also, you need to check your Oxygen Sensors if the engine is not responding quickly or showing less power while running. Other reasons may include engine hesitation, engine stalling, increased exhaust emission, rough idling and engine pinning.

 What are possible causes of Oxygen sensors to be damaged?

 Your car's Oxygen Sensor can get damaged from the following

■By incorrect use of silicone gasket sealers.

■Oil deposits on the outer surface.

■By Antifreeze

■If the engine runs on a rich air-fuel mixture for a long time

■By natural aging or accident shocks.

 We carry oxygen sensors of many brands. 

C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service in Utah
660 E. Main St.  Wellington UT  84542  / Carbon county
Hwy 191 / 6    Next to Post Office

(435) 637-5337
www.carsbellingham.com
http://www.facebook.com/carsbellingham
North of Moab  /  South of Pirce, Helper,  Salt Lake City Utah

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Mufflers & Exhaust -Cars Carbon County UT

Posted by D on August 30, 2022 at 8:30 PM

Mufflers and Exhaust for you off Road Jeep

Nothing sets a power purist’s hair standing on end like the throaty rumble of a performance exhaust system. Low and intimidating under idle, booming and ferocious at full bore—it’s the voice of your engine warning slowpokes to step aside. But with tons of options to sift through, finding the right aftermarket exhaust system for your car, truck or SUV can leave some people speechless.

Performance Exhaust vs. Factory Exhaust

  • The mufflers used in your factory exhaust system are designed to provide quiet operation by sacrificing some exhaust flow. High performance exhaust systems on the other hand, use mufflers with less flow-restricting chambers and baffles in them
  • Performance exhaust systems use mandrel bent tubing. This eliminates the restrictive bends commonly found in OEM exhaust systems by mechanically forcing the tubing to retain its round profile around bends. This results in greatly improved exhaust flow
  • By using mandrel bent tubing and free flowing mufflers, performance exhaust systems increase horsepower, torque and if you can resist using the extra power, fuel economy
  • If you want your ride to have a powerful tone, a performance exhaust system is the best way to get it. That’s because unlike your near-silent OEM mufflers, the mufflers that come in performance exhaust systems are generally engineered to produce a race-inspired rumble
  • Some vehicles are stuck with a plain-looking muffler hanging under the rear bumper. So to improve your ride’s rear-styling, many of our exhaust systems replace your ugly OEM muffler with a beautiful performance Muffler that’s fitted with a polished tip.

Car Maintenance. Is it time? Utah

Posted by D on August 1, 2022 at 8:10 PM

The Dirty air Filter

Do You need a new Filter?

Well, 

      Sometimes, your mechanic is talking about the engine air filter, which keeps dust and debris away from essential moving parts, and sometimes the mechanic is referring to your cabin air filter, which is attached to the car's HVAC system and cleans air coming in through the vents to the passenger and driver.

     In both cases, the mechanic tells you just how dirty your filter is and then shows it to you. Inevitably, it will be black and dusty, and a few smacks loosen built-up debris.  Always make sure the filter you're seeing is the one from your car and know when your filters need replacement. Cabin air filters, for example, should be replaced every 15,000 to 20,000 miles and are usually found in the glove box or under the dash of the passenger front seat. If your windows are getting filmy or you have a cabin smell it might be time to change them.  

Finding a reputable, licensed mechanic helps you sidestep  scam's. 

The importance of good records

Most owners don't use it, but the owner's manual for your vehicle has a handy tracking sheet for recording when your oil changes were completed and at what mileage, along with reminders for other service work such as tire rotations or transmission flushes. 

Beyond the manual, it's just as critical for you to keep good records of any work done to your vehicle. This way, if a mechanic tries to overcharge you for car repairs you'll see it coming. You'll know exactly what kind of oil you need, when your air filters were changed and what type of work has been done to your car over its lifetime.

Happy record Keeping and thank you for your support from:

C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337

660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah  84542  /   Carbon County 
next to Post Office 

www.carsbellingham.com 
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North of Moab,   South of Price, Helper, Ogden, Provo Utah
ye Old Kwik Lube & Tire


FAQ - CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

Posted by D on August 1, 2022 at 11:25 AM

Complete Auto Repair Service - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Do you need an appointment for an oil change or other repair work?
A: Most of the time Yes, but give us a call or drop by and if we are not busy we will fit you in. 

Q: Do you accept drop ins?
A: For the fastest service, an appointment is recommended. You can call us at (435) 637-5337
to arrange a time. Some services such as a wiper blade or
light bulb change can be done on a drop in basis, or if time allows.  

Q: What Credit Cards do you accept?
A: We accept cash and most major credit cards Visa, Master Card, Discover, Credit or Debit cards

Q: How much does it cost to repair...?
A: We need to inspect your vehicle to see exactly what the problem is and what parts are required to properly fix the problem and provide an accurate estimate.      

Please call us to make an appointment at = (435) 637-5337

Q: Do you perform 30k, 60k, and 90k Services that a dealer does?
A: Yes, We can do all the services a dealer does. We use genuine original equipment parts or better and your factory warranty will still be in effect.

Q: How late can I pick my car up?
A: Our hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon - Fri, by Apt. on Sat. and vehicles can be picked up between those hours. Other arrangements can be made for after hours pickup.
Key Drop Off service is also available before 8 am.

Q: Do you have towing services available?
A: Yes! It would be our pleasure to arrange a tow for you, where ever you happen to be. Just give us a call!

Q: What days/hours are you open?
A: Our hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon - Fri, by Apt. on Sat. and vehicles can be picked up between those hours. Other arrangements can be made for after-hours pickup.

C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337
Formerly - Kwik Lube & Tire
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah / Carbon County 
Hwy 191 /  6     Next to Post Office

 www.carsbellingham.com 

North of Moab  / South of Price, Helper,  Salt Lake City Utah

Yes we do work on JEEP's !



 

Fuel Saving tips - Complete Auto Repair Service - Utah

Posted by D on July 30, 2022 at 8:50 AM

 

Fuel Saving Tips 

What will help you keep your mileage down?

1) Keep your engine in proper mechanical condition with
    tune ups, clean air and fuel filters, good belts & hose.
2) Change the oil and keep it filled.
3) Keep your tires properly inflated, check them frequently for wear.
   Have them properly align the vehicles suspension and steering
   ( if you notice pulling or vibration.)
4) Have your Brakes checked.
5) Body damage on a car can add drag so try to have damage
    repaired.
6) Find a gas station that uses non ethanol gas.
7) Have your gas cap checked.. (approximately. 17% of the vehicles have a
    gas cap that is either damaged, loose, or missing. This can
    cause gallons of gas to vaporize.

Driving Tips

1) Try not to idle your engine for long periods.
    ( turn engine off if you leave the car or have to wait.)
2) Stop slow, Start slow & steady.
3) Slow steady speed.  Use cruise control for long trips. 
4) Keeping windows closed helps make the car more aerodynamic.
5) Carpool whenever possible or practical.
6) Empty the trunk!  Added weight decrease fuel economy.
7) Plan your route wisely and run more than one errand in your outing.
 

Have fun on your adventure! 

C.A.R.S. = Complete Auto Repair Service
           660 E Main St   Wellington Utah  84542
(435)  637-5337
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Tune UP & Tires In Carbon County Utah CARS

Posted by D on July 20, 2022 at 9:45 PM
Tune UP and Tires

We have a great new shop and we are ready to help get you back on the road. 
Tune Up : Regular vehicle maintenance and inspections can help improve a vehicle's fuel efficiency, achieve peak performance and even help avoid major repairs down the road.
                 Check List:   Oil Change
                                       Batteries
                                       Filters
                                      Tires
                                      Belts, Hose, Brakes
                                      Suspension

Tires : Checking your tires is crucial in the summer. Long road trips with large loads and high temperatures can stress them to the max.
          The minimum acceptable tread depth is 3/32 inch. This is about the distance from the edge of a penny to the top of Abe's head. But, if you are leaving on a trip, you wouldn't want the minimum tread.

 

          While you're looking at the tire tread, keep an eye out for an uneven wear pattern. “Uneven” means the tire is more worn on one edge. This usually means you need a wheel alignment. Also, run your fingers along the tread and feel for lumps. The presence of lumps could mean that the tire is not balanced correctly.

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service encourages motorists to bring their vehicle in for a multi-point vehicle inspection this spring. The inspections help identify service items that can help vehicles run better and better, last longer, and retain their value.  We also have a diesel Mechanic on sight.

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
660  E. Main St.   Wellington Utah  / Carbon County
(435) 637-5337
Hwy 191  /  6   Next to Post Office
North of Moab  / South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah
Ye Old Kwik Lube & Tire.

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Clutch Repair at CARS Auto Repair Utah

Posted by D on July 15, 2022 at 5:20 PM

Clutch Repair  Utah

The clutch in your vehicle works by applying force against a flywheel mated to your engine using a clutch disc and pressure plate. The clutch is made of friction material and is designed to "grab" the flywheel as it turns. 

 Over time, your clutch disc will wear down and begin to slip. When this happens, you will have trouble accelerating in any gear because the clutch will lose the ability to "grab" the flywheel. At this point, the clutch disc will need to be fixed.  

 Come See the experts at Complete Auto Repair Service = C.A.R.S.  to help you diagnose your clutch problems and get your car back on the road.

660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah  /  Carbon county
Hwy 191  /  6    Next to Post Office
(435) 637-5337
www.carsbellingham.com
www.facebook.com/CARSbellingham
NOrth of Moab  /   South of Price, Helper, Ogden, Provo Utah
new Phone # and web page soon



 

CARS Carbon County UT = Happy 4 of July

Posted by D on July 3, 2022 at 3:00 AM

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service 

We would like to wish you all a safe and Happy 4th of July

Respect our flag, our people and our country.

Happy 4th of JUlY = FREEDOM!

If you didn't get a chance I hope you will take a look at our
CARS Newsletter   =       https//www.carsbellingham.com/apps/blog/

660 E Main St
Wellington Utah 84542
(435)  637-5337
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Diesel Mechanic on Sight CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

Posted by D on July 1, 2022 at 10:20 PM

Diesel Repair in Utah
Full-Service Preventative Maintenance Diesel Repair

We Specialize in Light to Medium Duty Diesel Vehicles. We Provide Performance Upgrades, Steering, glow plugs, and more.  We can help you get your Engine ready .  Open Monday-Friday.  Stop by and Talk to Andrew for service.

Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E Main St.   Wellington Utah  84542   Next to Post Office
www.facebook.com/CARSbellingham


Highway 191 / 6  
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden, UT


Tire Repair - CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

Posted by D on June 30, 2022 at 8:45 AM

Tire Repair
in Utah
We can mount and Balance 

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

You should check the condition of your tires' treads.

The minimum acceptable tread depth is 3/32 inch. This is about the distance from the edge of a penny to the top of Abe's head. But, if you are leaving on a trip, you wouldn't want the minimum tread.

While you're looking at the tire tread, keep an eye out for an uneven wear pattern. ?Uneven? means the tire is more worn on one edge. This usually means you need a wheel alignment. Also, run your fingers along the tread and feel for lumps. The presence of lumps could mean that the tire is not balanced correctly.

Make sure that you have the correct tire pressure in all five tires.

What constitutes correct tire pressure?

All Tires are different and have the recomended tire pressure on the side of the tire. You can also us what your vehicle manufacturer recommends, which should be listed on the side of the driver's door, on the glove compartment door, or in the owner's manual.

Don't confuse the ?maximum tire pressure? listed on the sidewall of the tire with the ?recommended tire pressure? provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle.

Remember that tire pressure will increase as the outside air temperature rises. In fact, tire pressure will go up approximately one pound for every 10 degrees Fahrenheit. So, tires that were at 35 PSI back in January when you drove to the slopes could easily be closing in on 45 pounds on a hot July day. Under some conditions that increase in pressure is enough to blow the tire! If nothing else, a tire that's overinflated will wear prematurely and will cause the car to handle and brake poorly.

You also have to remember friction. As you drive, there's friction between the tires and the road. Friction means heat--and heat means an increase in tire pressure. So, here's what to do about your car's tire pressure: Check the tire pressure before you start driving. If the recommended pressure is 35 PSI, for example, it means 35 PSI before you start driving. If you check the tire pressure when you stop to get gas two hours later, it will be much higher than 35 PSI. If you check it at this point?after you've been driving--there is no way to know what the correct tire pressure should be. You'll be tempted to let air out of the tires, because the tire pressure will be greater than 35 PSI. Do not do this, because the tires will be under inflated.

 

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