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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?


      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
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 

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

Yes we do work on JEEP's !


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
NOrth of Moab  /   South of Price, Helper, Ogden, Provo Utah
new Phone # and web page soon


Radiator Repair - Utah - CARS,

Posted by D on July 1, 2022 at 5:00 PM


     Most people know the green stuff in your radiator keeps your engine from turning into a block of ice in the winter, but did you know that it also helps keep things cool in the summer? All too often people are driving around with just water in their radiator because they think they don't need the green stuff until it gets cold. 

     Radiator coolant actually raises the boiling point of the water, allowing it to carry more heat away from the engine, and that means cooler running. If you're running low, things can get steamy fast.

     Luckily it only takes a second to check your coolant level. Most cars these days have an opaque coolant overflow tank right next to the radiator. It's white plastic, but you can see inside to see if there's enough juice to keep things safe. You'll also see markings on the side telling you the low and high levels to work with. Always check your coolant level when the car is cold.

     If your levels are good, no need to go any further, enjoy the peace of mind. But if you're low, you'll need to top it off. Your engine takes a 50/50 mixture of coolant and water. In the old days, you had to make measurements yourself and test the mixture to get it right. But since we live in the age of convenience, you can now buy premixed coolant that's ready to pour. For a simple topping off, I recommend going this route. It might cost a buck more, but you're in for much less mess.

:)The best way to prevent over heating is doing regular maintenance on your vehicle.

If your engine is overheating shortly after you leave, or it heats up even on short trips, you should check the following possible causes and repair suggestions.

Possible Causes:

1.Engine coolant level may be very low.

The Fix: Refill coolant to proper level.

2. Engine's drive belts may be broken or slipping.

The Fix: Tighten or replace belts.

3. The electric cooling fan may not be coming on.

The Fix: Repair or replace cooling fan. Repair wiring. Replace cooling fan temp sensor.

4. The ignition timing may be set wrong.

The Fix: Adjust ignition timing.

5. There may be a vacuum leak.

The Fix: Check and replace vacuum lines as required.

6. The engine may have mechanical problems.

The Fix: Check compression to determine engine condition.

7. The engine's thermostat may be stuck closed.

The Fix: Replace thermostat.

8. There may be a leak in the cooling system.

The Fix: Repair leak and refill coolant. Cylinder head gasket(s) may be bad.

The Fix: Replace cylinder head gasket(s).

Stay Safe and on the Road with  CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah 84542/  Carbon county
Hwy 191  / 6      Next to Post Office
North of Moab  /  South of Price, Helper, Provo, Salt Lake City Utah

Summer Time Travel =CARS Auto Repair Utah

Posted by D on June 30, 2022 at 7:25 AM

Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah 84542  /  Carbon County
Hwy 191  /  6      Next to Post Office
(435)  637-5337

Summer Time Travel

 Think about having your vehicle checked out! It does'nt matter how fast the vehicle goes if it won't stop. Stop by for a  brake inspection, we'll also check the belts, hoses & fluids, important for the long summer road trips.  
   We can help with tires, tune-up, Alignments, Off road needs, Most any car repairs including Diesel repair you might have on the road.  We know what it's like to break down on the road and we do our best to get you up and running ASAP.

Also think about checking your tire pressure often ( you can loose as much as 15% fuel milage with low tires ). Make sure your windows are clean and the wiper blades are good for those peskey summer showers.

Stop by for an Appointment today.

North of Moab  /  South of Price, Helper,  Ogden, Salt Lake City  UT

How to Choose Auto Repair Shop / C.A.R.S. Utah

Posted by D on June 15, 2022 at 4:45 PM

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Serive
Hwy 191  / 6      Next to Post Office
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah  84542 / Carbon County
(435)  637-5337

How to pick a service center.

1) Do your homework before taking your vehicle for service: I know, we all hate home work and don't have time but it will save you heart ach in the end.

So, Shop around before you need one. you will make a better decision when your not rushed.
1) Ask Friends + Word of mouth
2) Look for vehicles of equal value
3) Good equipment
4) Is there evidence of qualified technicians? diplomas, certificates, advanced training, ASE
5) Start with a simple job = oil change, wiper blades, batterie.

2) Once you choose a Repair Shop ...
1) Discribe symptoms or supply a written list of recent problems.
( sounds, vibrations, odors, lights, change in engine performance or handling, braking, steering...)
2) Don't rush for an on the spot diagnosis.
Ask to be called for costs, course of acton. ( Don't forget to leave a phone number / e-mail )
3) Understand shop policies about = Labor rates, guarantees, and payment methods.

3) Follow - up ...
1) Keep GOOD records: All Service and repair paperwork!
2) Reward good service with repeat business. This also establishes a relationship.
3) If the service was not all you expected. - Don't rush to another shop.
( discuss the problem or issue with manager or owner. Give them a chance to resolve the problem.)
A Reputable shop will value there customers feedback & try to make things right.

Happy Trails To You Complete Auto Repair Service = CARS

North of Moab
South of Price, Helper,  Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo UT


Off Road headlights - CARS Auto Repair - Utah

Posted by D on February 15, 2022 at 8:35 AM



When you are ready to fix your old headlights, CARS Utah can help.

Winter is here and Headlights help keep you safe. 

  •  If you find your head lights are too dim, you might like to add LED  lights to add brightness.
     Jeep bar lights are great for camping.
    We have lights to add your cars & camper for  Ambiance and out door lighting.  
    We would be happy to show you Idea's that you might like.

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service 
660 E Main St. Wellington UT 84542
Highway 191 / 6      Next to Post Office
(435) 637-5337 
MAP / Directions 
Other Services =  Mufflers, Brakes, Exhaust, Tune-ups & much more....

Hours: M-F 8-5, Sat By Apt. Sun. Closed

Carbon County Utah, 
North of Moab UT
South of
Price UT, Helper UT, 
Salt Lake City UT,
Provo UT
Ogden UT 

Jeep Toy's Cars = Compete Auto Repair Service UT

Posted by D on May 1, 2021 at 11:20 PM

  Jeep Toys is What we do.

Mohab is a good place to play

and you need a good toy to play with.
Why not let CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service in carbon county Utah near Price & Helper  help get your Jeep ready for play. 

Then come back and share stories with us. 
CARS= Complete Auto Repair Service 
(435) 637-6377 660 E. Wellington Utah 84542 Carbon County Highway 191 / 6 Next to Post Office

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

Spring Car Care Relief

Posted by D on April 15, 2021 at 10:40 PM

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

 Spring Car Care Relief for Your Vehicle

Winter can be tough on lots of things, including cars and trucks. Cold temperatures, snow and ice, road salt and pothole-causing freeze-thaw cycles put car batteries, tires, brakes and suspensions to the test.

 Spring is the time to rid vehicles of winter's sins in time for summer travel.

Since 1970, Americans have more than doubled their vehicle miles traveled, according to federal statistics. In summer, many of those miles are logged on driving vacations far from home, the last place motorists want to risk a breakdown.

 "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," says Peter Lord, executive director, GM Service Operations.

 Vehicle owners can follow these tips to ensure their vehicles are ready to roll:

  Batteries: They work harder when it's cold, and winter can compromise their cranking performance up to 60 percent. Test and replace old or weak batteries, especially those more than three years old. It can be cheaper than a tow and replacement on the road.

 Tires / wheels: Cold weather can reduce tire pressure, so make sure all tires, including the spare, are properly inflated and balanced, and wheels are properly aligned. Inflate tires to their recommended pressure. Under-inflated tires can reduce fuel economy by up to 3.3 percent, cause premature tire failure and are a safety hazard. Tire failures and blowouts, often a result of under-inflation, contribute to 414 deaths and 10,295 injuries each year in the U.S., according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In addition to tire pressure, check for tread wear and any obvious damage caused by potholes or sharp objects.

 Belts and hoses: Inspect and replace worn or cracked belts, as well as hoses that are blistered, brittle or too soft. Belts and hoses older than five years, even if they look intact, might need to be replaced.

 Brakes: A spring checkup can uncover any winter damage. Inspect the brake system, including lines, hoses, and parking brake. Inspect brake fluid for proper level. Low brake fluid can be an indication of excessive brake wear or fluid leak. Have the brake linings/pads inspected and measured.

  Suspension: Deep potholes aren't friendly to shocks and struts. An inspection to determine wear or leaks can alleviate bigger issues down the road.

 For extra security on the road, complete Auto Repair Service (C.A.R.S) 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.

 Here are other items vehicle owners should have inspected in the spring:

:) Inspect the antifreeze/coolant level, making sure the coolant used meets the specifications listed in the vehicle owner's manual.

:) Check oil level regularly.

:) Check the transmission fluid for correct level. Check the owner's manual or ask us, for the right type of transmission fluid to use and the proper interval for service and replacement.

:) Inspect power steering fluid for proper levels. Low power steering fluid can cause damage to the power steering system and lead to premature power steering failure.

:)  Inspect windshield wiper blades for wear and cracks, ideally each spring and fall.9C.A.R.S) recommends replacement of blades that look worn. Also inspect and replace the rear wiper blade, if equipped. Don't forget to check the windshield washer fluid.

:) Inspect and replace as necessary the engine air filter and the cabin air filter.

:)  Inspect steering components and steering linkage.

 Complete Auto Repair Service can perform comprehensive vehicle inspections to help customers keep their vehicles operating properly.

 Call today for and Appointment.
(435) 637- 5337        MAP / Directions


North of Moab
South of Price , Helper, Salt Lake City, Ogden Utah
        Local Shop with Local Employees

Brakes = Complete Auto Repair Service -Utah

Posted by D on April 1, 2021 at 3:40 AM

Your Car needs Brake's

Braking is a very important action in your vehicle. The brake pads must be maintained at a certain depth to allow the brakes to function properly. Usually people neglect the brake pads until it is too late and extensive damage has been done. There are 10 things you should know about brake pads to keep you car brakes functioning properly.

Things To Know About Brake Pads

  • Brake pads have a ware indicator device built into them that squeeks to alert the driver to change them.
  • they will squeel constantly not just when you are using them.
  • Ceramic, low-metallic, nonasbestos organic, and semi-metallic are the four general types of brake pads.
  • All brake pads come in a set of 2 for either the rear or front.
  • Cheap brake pads wear out faster and leave dust on the front wheels.
  • Expensive brake pads leave less dust but are prone to squealing.
  • Some brake pads contain asbestos.
  • Brake pads should be replaced if they are less than 1/4 inch in depth.
  • Brake pads are basically steel plates with a high friction material on the face.
  • Front brake pads are changed more often than the rear brake pads.
  • Brake Systems:

Brake Systems:
There are two kinds of brake systems: disc brakes and drum brakes. Disc brakes are the most common system in use today, and they're very much like the hand brakes on a bicycle. When you step on your car's brake pedal, the brake pads squeeze a spinning disc rotor that's attached to the wheel. The resulting friction, when applied to each of the wheels, slows the car.

The second type, drum brakes, involve brake shoes that push out against a spinning brake drum, which is attached to the wheel. This friction slows the car.

Both systems work by creating friction, so brake parts are expected to wear out. The questions then are, how worn out are they? And are they worn out enough that they need to be replaced?

That's what this service is all about — checking these components for wear and other potential problems.

Why do I have to do this?

In short, you do this service so you don't crash into a cabbage truck. So your family will be safer.

What happens if I don't do this?

If you neglect your brake pads and shoes, your brakes will ultimately fail. Even before that happens, however, you can cause damage to other, more expensive brake parts, such as rotors, drums and calipers. In other words: a stitch in time ... saves you from helping your mechanic with a boat payment later on.

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service 
Hwy 191 / 6
660 E Main St. Wellington Utah
(435) 637-5337

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

Engine Repair & Maintenance Price Utah

Posted by D on March 1, 2021 at 11:05 AM

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service  Utah
(435) 637-5337


     Every engine has different needs, depending on past use and driving conditions. That's why we offer a range of engine services, from simple checks to more involved repairs.
Engine Services:

Visual inspection of engine components

Install spark plugs

Set timing and idle (if applicable)

Fuel system cleaning

Install air filter

Oil and oil filter change

Lubrication service

Spark plug replacement

Air filters

Fuel filters

Fuel pump

Crank case vent filters

Vapor canister filters

Pvc valves

Ignition wires

Ignition module


Engine sensors including oxygen sensor

Coil packs

Distributor cap and rotor

Call today for a check up!
(435) 637-5337     Hwy 191 / 6       MAP / Directions

660 E. Main St.  Wellington Utah
Next to Post Office
Noth of Moab
South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah
Thank you for your support -    Local Shop with Local Employees

CARS time for Tune Up

Posted by D on February 15, 2021 at 3:40 AM

 Time to make sure your car is in good condition.

This is a list of some things you should check and get fixed so you will be ready when you want to pack up and head for the snow!

Batteries are much weaker in cold weather, so keep your vehicle’s battery fully charged.

Brakes should be checked and serviced if necessary. Even braking on all four wheels will lessen the chance of skids on slippery roads.

•Make sure your vehicle’s exhaust system has no leaks. Carbon monoxide is a silent killer and can accumulate quickly in closed vehicles.

•Make sure your wiper blades are in good condition. Keep the windshield washer reservoir filled with antifreeze solvent.

•Check the radiator, heater core and all hoses that carry anti-freeze solution to see that they are in good condition and free of leaks. Also check to see that the solution is good to at least 40 below zero.

•Make sure you have winter weight oil (usually 5W-30) in the engine.

Tires should have M+S or All Season tread and be in good condition.

•Emergencies can happen when you least expect them, so be sure to carry a winter survival kit in your vehicle.

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St. 
Wellington Utah

(435) 637-5337

Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City, Ogden Utah



Tune Up your CARS

Posted by D on February 2, 2021 at 1:35 AM


CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
(435) 637-5337

 Preventative Maintenance Check list: 

  1. Power steering fluid

Check your power steering fluid. If it is low, make sure to add the right fluid. Check your owners manual as to not cause a system failure by adding the wrong fluid.  If there is any doubt have a mechanic check it for you.

 2. Automatic transmission fluid

With the engine running and in park with the park brake set check the automatic transmission fluid level. Also check the color and smell. If it is dark and has a burnt odor it needs further examination. You should have the oil and filter changed every 30,000 miles or according to your owners manual.

 3. Oil and coolant leaks

Look around and under the engine and transmission area for any sign of leakage. Seepage and minor leaks may not be worth repairing, but at least you will have a good idea as to the problem if it gets worse. If you find a coolant leak, it should be repaired as soon as possible. This not only will save a breakdown but is an environmental issue as well.   If there is any doubt have a mechanic check it for you.

 4. Battery

Make sure that the top of the battery is clean. A battery can lose its charge if there is dirt between the positive and negative posts. If there is corrosion on the battery posts this needs to be cleaned off.  Baking soda is the best thing to break down this corrosion. Mix some with water and brush on with an old paint brush. Then thoroughly flush with water until all the corrosion is gone. You can buy anti corrosion rings or a battery post aerosol to help keep the corrosion from forming.  If your battery is one that you can check the electrolyte level in, you need to do so. Bring the level up to the full ring with distilled water. Most of the newer batteries are sealed and have a condition eye. This eye should be either green or blue. If it is black then this indicates a low charge. If the eye is clear or yellow, then the electrolyte is low and the battery needs to be replaced. This may also be a sign that the regulator is over charging the battery.

 5. Exhaust system

Look over the exhaust system for any lose bolts, loose mountings or cracks. Cracking around the muffler inlet or outlet is common. If caught in time this could save you from losing part of the exhaust system on a trail. Seeing a muffler on the side of a trail is not uncommon.

 6. Differential Fluid

7.. Transmission fluid

8. Transfer case fluid

In knowing what to look for, you can check the condition of your transmission and axle gears, by looking at the fluid and not just checking the levels. On the drive axles the fluid is checked at the plug hole half way up on the differential housing or cover plate. The oil level is just to the bottom of the hole. Stick your finger in to get enough on it see if there is any metal flakes in the oil. If there is any metal in the oil, this can cause the bearings to fail and also the seals to leak. If caught early this can save a lot of money as well as a break down. The metal comes from the gears put under heavy load. And since there are no filters on these gear boxes, the only way to get rid of the metal flakes is to change the oil. This is true of the transmission and transfer case as well. The oil should not smell or look burnt. If you add to or change the oils in the differentials, transmission and transfer case, make sure you use the right oil. If you have a limited slip rear end you can damage the friction plates by using regular 90 weight oil. Also be very careful of the oil in the transfer case, some take A.T.F. while others use a heavier oil. If you find that the transfer case is low and the transmission is overfilled, you might have an internal leak.  If there is any doubt have a mechanic check it for you.

 9. Brakes

From under the vehicle look at the brakes. See if there is any leakage on or around the brakes. This could be from brake fluid or an axle seal. The brake shoes should bee free of any oil contamination. You should lift up the vehicle and remove a wheel just as you would to change a flat. One at a time you should remove a front and a rear wheel.  ( Or complete Auto repair Service sould do this for you)   If you have disc brakes look at the pads to see if they need to be replaced due to wear. The pads should have even wear top to bottom and inner and outer should be the same thickness. If they do not there is a problem with the caliper hanging up. On drum brakes it will be necessary to remove a drum as well to see the shoes.

 10. Change oil and filter

11. Grease lube points

Now is the time to change the oil and oil filter and check the grease lube points if needed. Always change the oil and filter at the same time.  Make sure to check your oil  at least once a month and keep it at the right level. Not doing so can burn up the engine. 

 12. Change fuel filter

13. Change air cleaner

Change the fuel and air cleaners at least once a year. If you drive on dusty roads this may have to be done more often.

 14. Mark down service miles in owners manual

Call today for and Appointment.
660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah
(435) 637-5337  
Hwy 191 / 6    MAP / Directions
Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper,  Salt Lake City Utah
Thank you for your Support       Local Shop with Local Employees

Transmission Repair - Price & Helper Utah

Posted by D on February 1, 2021 at 2:40 AM

CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service 

660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah  

(435) 637-5337

TRANSMISSION SERVICE Repairing or replacing your transmission can be one of the most expensive repairs you may have to make on your vehicle. Maintaining your transmission according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations, not only prolongs its life but it can prevent a costly repair or breakdown in the future.

To help maintain a safe and constant operating temperature, your vehicle uses transmission fluid to cool and lubricate the moving parts. The fluid reduces the amount of potentially damaging heat inside the transmission and helps increase the life of this important system.

Because some of the ingredients in the transmission fluid break down over time due to this heat, many vehicle manufacturers recommend the fluid be replaced at specified maintenance intervals. Check your manuel or check with us to find out when to replace your fluid.

Call today for a check up!

(435) 637-5337

Hwy 191 / 6    MAP / Directions

Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah


Owning a JEEP CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service

Posted by D on January 2, 2021 at 12:15 AM


Things you should do when owning a JEEP

#1 – Find a good auto mechanic.

Jeeps are dependable,  they are. It’s just that having work done on this type of rig requires considerable knowledge and expertise — particularly for older, manual models.

Plus, as the owner of a sport vehicle, I can assure you that regular maintenance and upkeep are now part of your future

#2 – Eliminate the death wobble.

Although the attention-grabbing name (death wobble) may be a little overly dramatic, any Jeep — and, really any 4×4 — is likely to wobble at certain speeds, thereby causing a potentially dangerous situation in terms of rollover potential.

This wobbling, which occurs because of vibration in the front wheels, typically is the result of an overloaded front suspension system.  There are lot of special parts and add-ons when it comes to Jeeps. These components — such as lift kits or big tires — can easily throw off alignment.   It’s important to make sure that any stock parts are bolted down correctly and not interfering with the streamlining of your system.

#3 – Learn the Jeep wave.

As a Jeep owner, you’re part of a special club.

People who drive Jeeps consider themselves a unique band of adventurers who enjoy all things about this classic American car.   One of the most basic ways to recognize and show respect and solidarity among drivers on the road is through the Jeep wave (yes, there really is such a thing) — which involves a specific hand gesture to a Jeep driver passing you on the other side of the road.

#4 –Relax and have fun. 

 This  may go without saying, but you’d be surprised at how many Jeep owners garage their rigs or treat them as trophy vehicles — thereby missing out on the true fun of owning this type of ride.
Go out and have fun,  there is mud Bogging,  Rock claiming, camping, snow run,  Geocaching , Moab, Jeep Jamboree USA and much more.


CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St.  Wellington Urah
(435) 637-5337
Hwy 191 / 6

Keep on Jeeping!

- Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price , Helper, Salt Lake City Utah

Winch - Gotta have one!

Posted by D on January 1, 2021 at 9:00 AM

Complete Auto Repair Service = C.A.R.S. thanks you for your support.

Winch = Gotta have one! 

     Picking recovery equipment for your vehicle is a bit like selecting a 4wd.  First, you need to examine where, when and what you are going to be doing - then selecting the equipment most suitable.

I tend to overkill on the equipment I carry around, mainly because I have been stuck in situations where I had wished I had brought such and such along. But then again I go looking for it. Its my job and my hobby!!

 I carry many other Items for your Off Road adventures.

How Often and how hard will you probably use the winch?
This is an important factor in deciding what type of winch motor you will want to buy. We can help you with that decision.

What is your budget?
For many of us, it all comes down to available dollars and this is what is going to dictate what winch we are going to buy.  We have to be frugal. So for those of use on a budget, we have to decide how much money we have available. This dollar amount will have to cover the winch, the accessories and possibly a new front bumper or mounting kit, &  installation.
The battery is an integral part of of your electrical system. Without it, you're practically dead in the water, or dead on the trail miles from civilization and help, so you may choose to have a second battery.

 Winch kit
With your winch, it would be worthwhile having a ground anchor, extension strap(s) and winch kit.

We love our toy's don't we? a Winch makes it more fun. 

If your getting out on the raod or out in the wilderness we can help you build your TOY!

Happy trails to you!
 CARS = Complete Auto Repair Service
660 E. Main St. Wellington Utah 84542
(435) 637-5337
Hwy 191 / 6
Next to Post Office
North of Moab
South of Price, Helper, Salt Lake City Utah