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What is the key to avoiding costly automotive repair? The answer is fairly obvious—keep up with basic automotive service at the appropriate mileage and time intervals. You will be helping your vehicle keep operating efficiently for as long as possible.

How do you do this, you ask? First of all, regular inspections (possibly at every oil change), have your mechanic check your vehicle’s operating systems and components. They will be able to advise you if there are any potential problems in addition to normal wear and tear that should be taken care of immediately, or if there are some issues that can wait a while. Taking care of small problems will prevent them from turning into bigger and more costly automotive repairs later on.

Your mechanic should include the following issues during an inspection of your vehicle:

  • Condition of the brakes
  • No-Start or hard-starting problems
  • Shifting problems, such as jerking, slipping, or hard shift
  • Suspension system—the condition of the shocks, struts, and axles
  • Engine performance—such as stalling, rough idling, lack of power, or overheating
  • Strange Noises—unusual noises that you haven’t heard before, such as rattling, growling, or screeching sounds
  • Warning Lights—service reminders and warnings signs illuminate the instrument panel
  • Worn out tires causing wobbling and drifting down the road or sliding around corners

With today’s advanced technology, most of today’s vehicles are equipped with an “On-Board Diagnostics System” (or OBD), which continuously compiles data from your car’s sensors. If a sensor detects a problem, the “Check Engine” light is triggered to illuminate. When you see this light come on, head to your auto shop for a diagnostic test. This test will “read” the codes and help your mechanic determine the cause of a problem and perform the appropriate automotive repair.

Tip to Remember: Quality automotive service performed on a timely basis is time and money well-spent to ensure you are driving a safe and reliable vehicle!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Clausen Automotive, The Hybrid Shop, for more information about our automotive services and to schedule an appointment. Since 1975, our family-owned auto shop has proudly served vehicle owners in Madison, WI, and the surrounding communities.

Many drivers want to keep their car as long as possible while avoiding costly automotive repair. The key is keeping up with quality automotive service.

What is the key to avoiding costly automotive repair? The answer is fairly obvious—keep up with basic automotive service at the appropriate mileage and time intervals. You will be helping your vehicle keep operating efficiently for as long as possible.

How do you do this, you ask? First of all, regular inspections (possibly at every oil change), have your mechanic check your vehicle’s operating systems and components. They will be able to advise you if there are any potential problems in addition to normal wear and tear that should be taken care of immediately, or if there are some issues that can wait a while. Taking care of small problems will prevent them from turning into bigger and more costly automotive repairs later on.

Your mechanic should include the following issues during an inspection of your vehicle:

  • Condition of the brakes
  • No-Start or hard-starting problems
  • Shifting problems, such as jerking, slipping, or hard shift
  • Suspension system—the condition of the shocks, struts, and axles
  • Engine performance—such as stalling, rough idling, lack of power, or overheating
  • Strange Noises—unusual noises that you haven’t heard before, such as rattling, growling, or screeching sounds
  • Warning Lights—service reminders and warnings signs illuminate the instrument panel
  • Worn out tires causing wobbling and drifting down the road or sliding around corners

With today’s advanced technology, most of today’s vehicles are equipped with an “On-Board Diagnostics System” (or OBD), which continuously compiles data from your car’s sensors. If a sensor detects a problem, the “Check Engine” light is triggered to illuminate. When you see this light come on, head to your auto shop for a diagnostic test. This test will “read” the codes and help your mechanic determine the cause of a problem and perform the appropriate automotive repair.

Tip to Remember: Quality automotive service performed on a timely basis is time and money well-spent to ensure you are driving a safe and reliable vehicle!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Clausen Automotive, The Hybrid Shop, for more information about our automotive services and to schedule an appointment. Since 1975, our family-owned auto shop has proudly served vehicle owners in Madison, WI, and the surrounding communities.

Steve Clausen
Clausen AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Madison, WI

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2118 S. Stoughton Rd., Madison, WI 53716608-221-8321Service@ClausenAutomotive.com
Mon:7:00am - 5:30pm
Tue:7:00am - 5:30pm
Wed:7:00am - 5:30pm
Thu:7:00am - 5:30pm
Fri:7:00am - 5:30pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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