Nobody knows your vehicle better than you; if you suspect it isn’t driving the way it used to, there’s a good chance you’re correct. The truth of the matter is there are countless reasons and remedies for such a broad subject, but A1 Automotive Auto Repair Center in Gadsden, AL has compiled a list of a few common problems that can cause a vehicle to drive poorly.
Whether you drive a Chevy, Ram, or Ford diesel pickup, we have you covered. At A1 Automotive Auto Repair Center in Gadsden, AL, we can do it all - and a big part of that is done by employing ASE certified technicians.
Your vehicle's radio and headlights, plus a slew of other important functions, are powered by an electrical current generated by your vehicle’s engine. A vital part of generating electricity is having a place to store it while it’s not being used, which is where a car battery comes into play. The battery holds electrical energy while a car is off in order to help the engine turn over and create a spark to start internal combustion. Without a working battery, your car will not be able to start. If you perform proper maintenance, however, an average car battery can start your car reliably for roughly four years.
At some point or another, it’ll happen to you. You leave your headlights on, your battery finally fails, or for some other reason, you don’t have enough juice to start your car. Don’t call a tow truck just yet, though...A1 Automotive Auto Repair Center in Gadsden has the info you need to properly jump start your car.
Automotive windows are one of those things that you take for granted, until something goes wrong. One of the more irritating issues a window can develop, is dislocating from its track while attempting to roll it up or down. Why does this happen, and how do you fix it? At A1 Automotive Auto Repair Center in Gadsden, AL, we’ve got answers to your questions and solutions to your problems.
At A1 Automotive Auto Repair Center in Gadsden, AL, we service all types of transmissions, on any car, truck, or SUV. This includes both All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive vehicles, but you may be wondering...what’s the difference? Both types of vehicle supply power to all four wheels, so why use two different terms? Due to the increasing demand for AWD and 4WD vehicles over the last decade, equipped on everything from sports cars to pickup trucks, more and more people are asking these same questions.