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Auto Repair Questions - Free Help - Expert Mechanics

Today's auto repair industry requires more electrical equipment, training and know how to diagnose car problems than ever before. Here on this website you will find free car and truck repair help, questions answered, advice, pictures and videos.

Have you had the experience of a mechanic replaced a part, did not fix the car, then guessed at another item. Maybe you read some free repair help online? When that did not repair the car, the usual response is:  "Well, gonna have to take it to the dealer".

THAT'S WHERE WE COME IN.

We have been ASE Certified Dealership Technicians for over 20 years each.

The day to day job of auto repair has become more difficult. Our customers seem to understand that most car repairs cannot be done by the backyard mechanic anymore.

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