We have our vehicles so we can jump in and go somewhere...but once we get close, it’s important to STOP there! Your brakes are located on each wheel, and they use friction to slow the rotational energy of the wheels so you can slow down… Read more
Your “Check Engine Light” is simply a warning light that has received information from a sensor connected to your vehicle’s ECM, or “engine control module”. It can be an indicator of needed maintenance, or it could also be warning you… Read more
If our climate control system is working properly, we never give it a second thought. For some, it’s just “set and forget”. For others, if the air blowing from the vents is the right temperature, it’s all good!
But keeping the… Read more
At Dallas Car Care, when it comes to diagnostics, there’s no better technology then dealership qauilty diagnostic tools direct from the factory. Our mechanics use this diagnostic equipment, arguably the best equipment on the market, on… Read more
The electrical system in your vehicle is like the nervous system in your body…sensors generate impulses that are distributed, then processed, and those processed impulses are sent to some other area to display information, actuate… Read more