We would like to take this opportunity to say Happy Fathers' Day to all of the wonderful fathers out there. Our team here at National Brake & Muffler understands how integral fathers are in the lives of their children, so we want to show our appreciation for those in our community. If you are a father, take some time to give yourself a pat on the back for all that you do. We hope that you enjoy this Fathers' Day weekend.
When driving around town, your vehicle's engine needs clean air to burn the fuel – and it needs a lot. In fact, a typical vehicle needs about 216,000 gallons of air for every tank of gas. All that air passes through a filter that catches the dust and dirt. Eventually, the filter gets completely full, and because the filter can only hold so much, dirt starts getting through. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, we want to help you get the best air quality in your vehicle, but first, we want to explain the process of where this dirty air is going.
Transmissions are complicated and intricate pieces of equipment. Many general mechanic shops won’t touch a transmission, if it’s anything more than simply installing a new one. Transmissions are one aspect of a vehicle that even experienced mechanics often don’t dare delve into, and is easily the most mysterious and misunderstood system in the automotive world. You need a shop that you can trust to perform the best work on whatever your transmission may be in need of.
Keeping your fuel system maintained will prevent premature parts failure and poor running conditions. Here are some important aspects of diesel fuel system maintenance, to keep your fleet running smoothly. While your system and components should typically be serviced by a professional technician, there are some things you can be conscious of that will go a long way toward keeping your engine in good shape.
When you get in your car, truck, SUV, or minivan to drive and the A/C does not work what could be wrong? Here at National Brake & Muffler, we have some simple answers to help you understand how your vehicle A/C system works. The first question we are asked is "Why isn't my air conditioner blowing cold air?" Let's talk about what could be happening.