Gauges are your first, and often only, line of defense in catching a major problem before it’s too late. At Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer, we know that sometimes a faulty gauge is overlooked when the truck is still running fine and there’s a busy day ahead. However, gauges are extremely important, and are typically easy to repair.
Transmission work is a world of precision and attention to detail. Transmission specialists, like the technicians at Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer, FL, chose to specialize in transmission work partly because they have a knack for both. It’s just one of the things that make us the best in the business.
The transmission in your truck works harder than any other on the road. A fully loaded semi weighs about 40 times as much as a normal passenger vehicle, and racks up twice the mileage. As such, it’s essential to keep your transmission in good shape and regularly maintenanced. Fortunately, Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer has you covered.
Tire pressure may seem innocuous enough, but at Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer, we know how much of a difference correct tire pressure makes. Tire pressure checks are just one of many regular service items we check when you bring your truck in for servicing, but it’s one that’s more important than you might think.
At Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer, FL, we know how annoying a faulty fuel gauge can be. Never knowing how much gas you have in your car, truck, or SUV, and constantly running the risk of stranding yourself on the road somewhere, takes its toll after a while. Luckily, we can fix that.
Turbochargers are intricate and precise components, but not all that complicated or difficult to understand. By knowing the parts of your car’s turbocharger and its functions, you’ll have a much better idea of how one works and here at Archer Automotive & Diesel Repair in Archer, FL, we feel it is important that our area drivers know more about their vehicles! Starting with your turbocharger, we which is powered by pressure from the exhaust.
Vehicle belts aren’t that different than the belts that hold up your trousers. They need to fit properly and stay in place, and if they break, sag, or wear out, you’ll probably wish you were wearing a different belt that day. The same goes for the belts in your car. Your engine compartment is a punishing environment, and while all auto belts are made of materials designed to be both flexible and tough, even the toughest materials will eventually wear out due to the extreme temperatures under the hood.