If you’ve ever heard a squealing sound under your hood, chances are it was your serpentine belt. Your serpentine belt is a long belt that’s driven by your engine. It winds around several accessories that power important automotive systems in your truck. Let’s go over them. First, the serpentine belt drives your air conditioning system.
Most . drivers wait for their air conditioning to fail before they service it at Texas Express Lube & Auto. That’s because many . and . motorists don’t really understand that automotive air conditioners need periodic service. Let me share some of the reasons why they fail. First, like every machine, the truck air conditioner
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Have you ever had an experience like this in . Texas? You drive through the one of those automatic car washes. When you get to the end, where the dryer is blowing, your check engine light started flashing! You fear the worst, but within a block or two, the light stopped flashing, but stayed on.
A recent report stated that over 80 percent of the vehicles on our . Texas roads have one or more service or repair that’s needed, but hasn’t been taken care of. Now that’s a lot of undone service. That translates into something over 160 million vehicles in the U.S. alone. Some of the neglected items