• Timing Belt Service to Save Big Bucks in .

    Your engine is like a finely choreographed dance. All the parts have to work together. If the timing is off at the ballet, dancers crash into each other and fall down. It the timing is off in your engine, it may not run at all. One of the most intricate dances in your engine, has

  • Busting Automotive Myths In Texas

    Myths passed around our community start with a grain of evidence and are then built up with a lot of imagination and very elastic logic. And the internet is a breeding ground for automotive myths. Some bloggers recall the trucks of yesteryear and declare their modern decedents to be virtually maintenance free and that anyone

  • Tire Replacement

    You know you need new tires, but you’re not sure what type. You look at a tire to get the size: 225, 50, R, 16, 92, H. All the way to the service center you keep repeating it over and over. You even say it over in your mind while waiting in line. Then you

  • Fuel Saving Tip: Car Weight And Your Texas Driving

     />   Weight is the enemy of fuel economy. Everyone knows this makes sense. Some of us in the area carry a bunch of unnecessary weight, and I’m not talkin’ what you see in the mirror. Guys; sports equipment and tools. Ladies; well, just take a look around the passenger compartment and trunk. I think

  • Keeping Your . Air Fresh When Driving With A Clean Cabin Air Filter

    What is a cabin air filter? Is it: A. A filter for your house? B. A fresh, piney scent? C. A filter for the passenger compartment of your car? Clever you, it’s C. A cabin air filter cleans the outside air before it comes into the passenger compartment. It filters out common air particles like

  • Charge It In . For Extended Battery Life

    Here’s an interesting statistic for our friends in . Texas: Only thirty percent of car batteries make it to forty-eight months. And the life expectancy varies by where you live. It ranges from fifty-one months in extremely cold areas to just thirty months in extremely hot climates. Why is that? It turns out that it’s

  • Questions To Ask Your . Service Advisor

    We find that a lot of . service and repair at Texas Express Lube & Auto are a little tentative when they talk with their automotive advisors. They want to ask questions, but don’t want to be embarrassed or to seem pushy. Cars are very complicated and there’s more to know about them than most

  • Using Proper Fluids In Your truck Or Other Vehicle

    Today Texas Express Lube & Auto is talking about the proper fluids for your vehicle. It’s become more complicated with changes in automotive design and manufacturing. It’s not that people in Texas are confused as much as they don’t realize how much things have changed in recent years. If you have questions about the fluids

  • TPMS: Tire Pressure Monitoring

    You may know that all 2008 model year and newer cars, mini-vans and light trucks come with a tire pressure monitoring system. Many slightly older vehicles have these systems as well. A tire pressure monitoring system – called TPMS – consists of sensors on each wheel that measure tire pressure. If tire pressure drops 25

  • Severe Service Requirements

    A lot of our viewers have asked whether or not they should use their severe service maintenance schedule, which is listed in their car owners’ manual. It can be confusing. Let’s clear the air on this subject. Cricket Killingsworth is from QMI/Heartland, a manufacturer of automotive products and fluids. She’s been in the automotive business

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