Sometimes, being a good auto repair technician means channeling your inner Agatha Christie and solving a mystery. This is precisely what happen to us recently when one of our customers brought in his car, complaining of smelling a strange odor.
Unless you’re are a certified automotive technician, the era of servicing and making repairs to your car on your own are over. Today’s vehicles are just too complex for DIYing.
What Does It Mean When The Check Engine Light Comes On? Brian England, Wed, Sept 5th, 2019 Sometimes it’s as easy as a gas cap that doesn’t seal properly. I can’t remember how man times I’ve told one of our customers: “You’re so lucky it’s just the gas cap not sealing.” Fixing the gas cap […]
At the beginning of the year, my daughter Sandi and I reviewed BA Auto Care’s Apprenticeship Plan to see what has worked over four decades and to design a program that would be successful in the 21st century. Our Maryland Certified apprenticeship plan has been in place for 40 years now and has been an important ingredient to our success as a top tier automotive repair shop.
You can save thousands of dollars in repair bills by properly maintaining the ventilation air intake system and keeping the trunk and hatch seals clean on your vehicle.
At BA Auto Care, our techs keep your car on the road and running smoothly by following a preventative maintenance program custom designed to the unique needs of your car. Keeping your vehicle aligned properly, flushing your power steering, and flushing and cleaning your engine are essential to maintaining the health of your vehicle.
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