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A vehicle is one your most valuable investments. However, even the most efficient and well made cars, SUV's and trucks don't last forever without recommended maintenance and unexpected repairs. The best way to ensure a long life for your vehicle is to maintain and repair minor components to keep from costly repairs later. Automotive Aspects is here to help. We provide roadside assistance when you are stranded or in need. Our main goal is to keep your vehicle safe and avoid those situations by performing periodic inspections and keeping an eye on all of the systems that your vehicle needs to operate. Keep in mind that it is typically a more cost effective decision to invest in major repairs than it would be incurring the expense of a new or different vehicle. Our mobile feature gives us a competitive advantage as we are able to perform repairs on the go, at your house or workplace and even on the side of the road.  We provide quality work and superior customer service, tailored to your individual needs. Read our reviews to hear what our customers are saying about us. We would love the opportunity to earn your business and trust! See below for a list of some, but not all, of the mechanical services that we provide:



A car without functioning brakes can be extremely dangerous. In many cases, warning signs will tell you if your car's brakes may need service. Some of those warning signs are squealing or grinding noises when using brakes, your dashboard's Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) or brake light turns on, your car pulls to one side, your brake pedal is hard to press down or feels "spongy," and when applying your brakes, your steering wheel, brake pedal, or entire vehicle begins to shake. If you experience any of these signs, your brakes need to be inspected immediately. Sometimes it can be a simple repair or adjustment and other times brake system components may need replaced.



When your cooling system is not working properly, it is like giving your engine a fever. This not only harms performance, but can cause major damage. Your cooling system is one of your vehicle's most vital components. The cooling system displaces heat caused by your engine in order to keep the engine cool and running correctly. A faulty thermostat can cause engine overheating. Additionally, a leak in your radiator or hoses can turn into a major and costly repair for your vehicle.  We want to make sure your cooling system will keep your engine at the optimal temperature. If you suspect overheating, let us take a look at the vehicle right away to avoid costly damage to your engine.



Gasoline engines have several moving internal parts lubricated by a thin layer of oil. Lack of oil changes and regular maintenance intervals can increase the chances of engine failure. We have all the tools and resources necessary to carry out minor engine repairs to complete engine overhauls. When engine replacement is required, timing belts and major gaskets are all replaced to ensure it's longevity.



Over time, transmissions wear and need repair.  There are a series of factors that can effect the functionality of the transmission. There are several sensors within the transmission that could cause it to operate incorrectly. The transmission's fluid level needs to be exact as well, as the transmission is powered by fluid pressure. If a transmission has internal damage, it will need to be replaced. A careful inspection will be able to give a proper diagnosis along with providing the best options available for repair or replacement of your vehicle's transmission.



Your exhaust system is a series of pipes that run under your car connecting to your muffler and catalytic converter. The exhaust system controls noise and funnels exhaust fumes away from passengers. A car's exhaust system routes gas fumes from the engine to the rear of the car, where they are released into the atmosphere. Exhaust gases contain dangerous substances, such as carbon monoxide, and can be hazardous if flowing into your vehicle's cab. The exhaust system also converts pollutants into less harmful byproducts, reduces engine noise, and directs some exhaust gases back into the engine's intake to reduce emissions. Finally, the exhaust system provides the correct amount of back pressure into the engine to improve its fuel-burning efficiency and increase performance. In some cases, the muffler and exhaust systems need repairs or total replacement. We are equipped to handle those jobs.



A network of sensors and switches convert and monitor engine operating conditions into electrical signals. The vehicle's computer receives this information and it sends commands to three different systems: ignition, fuel, and emission control. When a problem arises, the "check engine" light turns on. We'll check it out for you, free of charge, and you will know if the "check engine" is a major engine problem, a sensor or computer issue, or just a faulty reading.



Your heating and A/C systems contain many components, which can go bad over time.  Sometimes these components need replaced and other times, you may just need to evacuate and recharge the system. If you notice a change in either of your systems, give us a call and we will evaluate the efficiency of your systems and ensure you maintain comfortable temperatures as you operate your vehicle.



Your car's suspension and steering system allows your wheels to move independently of the car, while keeping it "suspended" and stable. Any play or uncontrolled motion in these systems results in deterioration of your vehicle's handling capability and can cause accelerated tire wear. Your steering and suspension system should be inspected during each regularly scheduled oil change to ensure safety.



We can repair tires but you must inspect the inside of the tire for hidden damage or you risk weakening the tire. Punctures in the tread area may damage a greater area of the tire like the inner sidewall. Without removing the tire, it's hard to see all the damage. Proper tire repair is critical and any puncture or injury to a tire will affect its performance. If you have any questions regarding your tire's condition, we'll be glad to inspect them for you. If you need new tires, we can install them as well. The front tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle accelerate, steer, and help brake your vehicle. Front tires tend to wear down faster than rear tires. Typically rear wheel tires last twice as long as front wheel tires. When replacing tires, we recommend replacing all four tires at one time. The best way to ensure even wearing among all your tire tread is to have the tires rotated and balanced at regular service intervals.



Your vehicle's belts and hoses often crack, leak, or fray due to their constant exposure to heat, vibration, and other harmful chemicals. If not promptly replaced and maintained, it could seriously affect your vehicle's performance. To ensure belt quality, we search for clear indications of damage including cracking, glazing, softening, or peeling. We will also test for correct tension and alignment. During a visual inspection of hoses, we search for leaks, cracks, hardening, or softening and test the cooling system for leaks using a pressure tester. Get your vehicle's belts and hoses inspected on a regular basis because damage to these components can leave you stranded. We inspect these items at every maintenance interval. 



All exterior vehicle lights including running lights, headlights, tail lights, brake lights and high beams are required to function while operating a motor vehicle on the road, as it is considered a safety item.  If you need a bulb replaced, give us a call and we can install it. We can also replace HID bulbs. Wiper blades should be replaced roughly every six months. If you notice a difference in driving visibility, it is time to have them checked. Many elements such as the sun, oil, airborne debris and moisture can interfere with the wiper blade's contact with the windshield, causing them to squeak, chatter, skip, smear or streak reducing driving visibility. If you have concerns with any other aftermarket accessories on your vehicle, we would be glad to take a look at them for you.



Turning the ignition allows current from the battery to pass through the starter relay, causing the starter motor to spin the flywheel. The starting system forces the pistons up and down to create enough suction that draws a fuel and air mixture into the cylinder. The ignition system creates a spark that ignites the mixture and your engine starts. If there is a problem with any of these components, your vehicle will not start and will need to be evaluated for a diagnosis.



Driving without proper alignment can put you at risk. An out-of-alignment car pulls and drifts away from a straight road and can easily cause an accident. Excessive tire wear is another result of bad car alignment and can lead to tire blow-outs and poor traction, also causing accidents. Flawed alignment decrease gas mileage and tire life, but it also adds stress to your vehicle's steering equipment and structure. Your vehicle's wheels should run perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. Adjusting these wheel angles will bring your vehicle back into proper alignment. Let us inspect you vehicle and we will make sure it drives smoothly and safely. If you have had a collision or caused any damage to the vehicle's frame, it is imperative that you have it inspected immediately.



Timing belts are a major part of your engine's internal system. The timing belt connects the upper valve train to the lower crank shaft along with the water pump. Every vehicle, make and model requires a different service interval for replacing the timing belt.  It is ideal to follow the factory recommended maintenance schedule because a broken timing belt can cause catastrophic engine damage resulting in costly repairs later down the road.



Automotive Aspects, LLC. specializes in servicing larger companies with multiple vehicles. We understand that time is money and that if your vehicle is sitting idle in a shop, it's not making you money. We offer you quick turn around times, cost effective solutions on all of your service, maintenance and tire needs and on-site repairs and maintenance. Being a mobile company gives us the flexibility to cater to your individual company needs, while making you a priority customer.  

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