How do we diagnose complex “issues” when they go wrong?
One of the scariest moments that can happen while driving is when you try to stop and your break pedal sinks to the floor.
It’s that time of year again. The days are getting hotter. In fact, here in Columbia, MD we are expecting the temperature to hit the 90’s this week. If your car’s air conditioning system is blowing hot air, don’t sweat it out. Take care of it now.
Based on the above definition, #2 to be exact, there is no doubt that we are experiencing an epidemic. Over the past year, we have seen dozens of Mini Coopers coming into our facility with a very low oil level. This is serious because it can dramatically reduce the life of a Mini Cooper engine!
So you are all set. You booked an appointment in advance and arrived on time. Everything seems like it’s going to go smoothly, and then you get ‘the call’. It’s the service adviser saying, “We need your car for another day!”
This is part two of a two-part series around the questions/symptoms that car owners experience when they think they have a dead battery. Here, in part two, we focus on understanding the causes of some of the symptoms related to a dead battery
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