As usual the service was very good, good to the point they had one of their employee to take me home to get my spare car key/remote because my car would not start again after I arrived. My car/start is keyless but they solved the problem, which was within the remote. "I only went in for an Oil change." I have been going to Murry;s...
Dealing with a broken-down vehicle is a stressful situation for even the most seasoned drivers. Fortunately, by properly maintaining, repairing, and servicing your vehicle, you can help prevent a breakdown from ever happening to you. For a closer look at how our mechanics in Silver Spring can help keep you safe out on the road, here is a look at some of the most common reasons why cars break down.
Overheating is one of the top causes of vehicle breakdowns, and is a particular issue during the hot summer months. When your engine overheats, this issue could be a result of low coolant levels, a broken radiator, or other faults in the system. To ensure that your engine does not overheat, you should check your coolant level and radiator on a routine basis.
Flats can be caused by tires that are improperly inflated or by tires treads that are excessively worn. To ensure that your tires are inflated to the appropriate level, you should regularly check your tire pressure using a tire pressure gauge. Also, be sure to check your tire tread wear on a routine basis. At the first sign that your tires are overly worn, you should have them replaced.
Dirty Air Filter
A dirty air filter can cause your engine to stall, surge, or break down. When your air filter is not properly maintained, your engine will not receive the air flow it needs to run smoothly. Before you head out on a long road trip, you should make sure to inspect your air filter to see if it is in need of replacement.
Explanations are clear and concise. Showed me how a part was installed incorrectly by another service shop and caused the problems with my car. Prices are reasonable, especially when compared to a dealer.
Whether you are having trouble passing your emissions test or you are simply looking for a way to reduce your carbon footprint, there are a number of easy steps you can take to reduce your vehicle’s emissions. Talk to your mechanic about possible services available for your catalytic convertor, which is the part of your exhaust system that helps to control your emissions. Your mechanic may be able to recommend services that will help to boost the performance of your catalytic convertor, and thereby reduce the overall emissions generated by your vehicle.
If you need help passing your emissions test, contact Murray’s Auto Clinic by calling (240) 450-2478. Our technicians offer a full range of diagnostic and repair services for all of your auto repair and emissions needs. We look forward to helping you achieve the best possible performance from your vehicle. To learn more about our services, click on the link to our website.
Murray's was extremely helpful to my elderly father when he experienced problems with his car. They took care of it right away while he waited. It's very comforting to know that we can rely on them when we have a problem.