Modern Omaha vehicles have several computers on board that control all kinds of things like engine functions, transmission shifts, traction control, anti-lock brakes, stability control, emissions – and on some vehicles, even steering, braking and the throttle.Think about that for a minute – thing...
Posted in Diagnostics
on December 17, 2017
All Omaha service advisors know that without the alternator, the battery will go dead in a few miles.
The serpentine belt may also run the pumps for both the power steering and power brakes. And on many vehicles, the serpentine belt powers the water pump. The water pump circulates coolant throu...
Posted in Maintenance
on December 10, 2017
Remember snow tires? They were basically just regular tires with big, knobby lugs to get them through deep snow. They were loud and rode hard, and Omaha drivers couldn't wait to get them off the car. Then along came television advertisements for “all-season” radials. NE drivers ran out and bough...
Posted in Tires and Wheels
on December 06, 2017