Has that one dreadful symbol come on your dash? Yes the one we all never want to see…Check Engine Light!! I know one of the first reactions we all have when that dreaded symbol comes on in our German automobiles is ” Oh gosh! How much will this cost me!”
It's SUMMER!!!! That’s right!! Summer has officially started! And let's be honest, it is H-O-T-T HOT!!! Summertime is a great time for most families to be able to take some time away from the everyday hustle and bustle.
It feels just like yesterday we were decorating the Christmas tree and now we are already in Spring?? Where has the time gone? Before we know it the stores will be filled up with Halloween decorations and tiny trick or treaters will be knocking on our doors in frightful attire.
One item that should be checked at every service is your serpentine belt. Why do you ask? That’s simple. Your serpentine belt is an important function of your automobile. It is used to keep your power steering pump, alternator, water pump, and air conditioner running.
Happy Holidays! That’s right! Another year has come and gone right before our eyes! We here at Autohaus Frankfurt would like to personally thank all of our valued customers for allowing us to service their fine German luxury vehicles.
You’re in the repair shop having an oil change done on your German automobile. One of the replacement items that are being recommended to you is a replacement for your engine air filter. Engine air filter???
With rising prices in practically everything, we all are constantly looking for ways to be able to save a buck or two. One of the biggest resources we use is also one of the biggest “burn a hole in my wallet” purchases. GASOLINE.
Do you hear a loud grinding or squeaking noise when you apply the brake pedal at every stop? When was the last time you had your brakes checked? Stopping your vehicle is one of the most important functions that is has!
Summertime is one the most wonderful times of the year for most Southern California residents. There is nothing better than a warm summer day with the sun shining down while you're hitting the warm sandy beaches. But don’t get ahead of yourself.
The tire tread provides the gripping action and traction that prevent your vehicle from slipping or sliding, especially when the road is wet or icy. Tires are not safe and should be replaced when the tread is worn down to 1/16 of an inch.