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If you have driven a vehicle for very long, you know that keeping up with regular automotive service is important to keep your vehicle operating efficiently for as long as possible, while also avoiding costly automotive repair! This means that you should ask your mechanic to inspect your vehicle’s operating systems and components for normal wear and tear as well as any potential problems. You won’t have to waste your hard-earned dollars paying for automotive repair on a “trial-and-error” basis because your mechanic will be able to pinpoint specific areas that could develop into bigger problems. They can advise you as to what problems require immediate attention and which ones could wait a while longer.

Here are the most common issues that should be included in your mechanic’s inspection:

  • Worn out brakes
  • Starting problems due to a weak battery, failing alternator, or a bad starter
  • Shifting problems, such as slipping, jerking, or hard shifting
  • Check the condition of shocks, struts, and axles
  • Engine performance—idles rough, stalls, or no power
  • Strange Noises—sounds you don’t normally hear, such as grinding, rattling, or squealing
  • Warning lights and service reminders illuminate the instrument panel
  • Tires are worn out causing wobbling or drifting down the road or sliding around corners

Because of the advancement in automotive technology, most of today’s vehicles are equipped with an “On-Board Diagnostics System” (or OBD), which continuously compiles data from your car’s sensors. If a problem is detected, a code will trigger the “Check Engine” light. When you see this little light come on, head to your auto shop for a diagnostic test. These codes can be “read” with a specialized computer, pinpointing the cause of a problem so that your mechanic can determine the appropriate automotive repair.

Tip to Remember: Quality automotive service performed on a timely basis is time and money well-spent to ensure that your vehicle remains as safe and reliable as possible.

Need to find quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about automotive repair issues and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

The key to keeping your vehicle as long as possible is to keep up with regular automotive service. Drivers will be able to avoid costly automotive repair.

If you have driven a vehicle for very long, you know that keeping up with regular automotive service is important to keep your vehicle operating efficiently for as long as possible, while also avoiding costly automotive repair! This means that you should ask your mechanic to inspect your vehicle’s operating systems and components for normal wear and tear as well as any potential problems. You won’t have to waste your hard-earned dollars paying for automotive repair on a “trial-and-error” basis because your mechanic will be able to pinpoint specific areas that could develop into bigger problems. They can advise you as to what problems require immediate attention and which ones could wait a while longer.

Here are the most common issues that should be included in your mechanic’s inspection:

  • Worn out brakes
  • Starting problems due to a weak battery, failing alternator, or a bad starter
  • Shifting problems, such as slipping, jerking, or hard shifting
  • Check the condition of shocks, struts, and axles
  • Engine performance—idles rough, stalls, or no power
  • Strange Noises—sounds you don’t normally hear, such as grinding, rattling, or squealing
  • Warning lights and service reminders illuminate the instrument panel
  • Tires are worn out causing wobbling or drifting down the road or sliding around corners

Because of the advancement in automotive technology, most of today’s vehicles are equipped with an “On-Board Diagnostics System” (or OBD), which continuously compiles data from your car’s sensors. If a problem is detected, a code will trigger the “Check Engine” light. When you see this little light come on, head to your auto shop for a diagnostic test. These codes can be “read” with a specialized computer, pinpointing the cause of a problem so that your mechanic can determine the appropriate automotive repair.

Tip to Remember: Quality automotive service performed on a timely basis is time and money well-spent to ensure that your vehicle remains as safe and reliable as possible.

Need to find quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about automotive repair issues and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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Rebel AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Henderson, NV

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975 American Pacific Dr, Ste 105, Henderson, NV 89014702-834-8134service@rebel-auto.com
Mon:8:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:8:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:8:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:8:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat:Closed
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