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Mon: 07:00am - 5:30pm

Tue: 07:00am - 5:30pm

Wed: 07:00am - 5:30pm

Thu: 07:00am - 5:30pm

Fri: 07:00am - 5:30pm

Sat: Closed

Today: 07:00 am - 5:30 pm Closed Now

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Most vehicle owners understand the key to keeping their vehicle operating as efficiently for as long as possible is to keep up with regular automotive service. This means that the operating systems and components should be inspected on a regular basis for wear and tear. This will help prevent more costly automotive repair issues later on.

Newer vehicles are equipped with an “On Board Diagnostics System” which continuously compiles data from the car’s sensors. When one of these sensors detects a problem, a code triggers a warning light, such as the “Check Engine” light, alternator, battery, low oil, or others. When any of these lights come on, head to your auto shop and ask for a diagnostic test. With the use of a specialized computer, your mechanic can pinpoint the cause of the problem and make the appropriate automotive repair. This means you won’t be spending your hard-earned dollars on repairs performed on a trial-and-error basis!

If you are experiencing any of the following car problems, your mechanic should check the following systems:

  • Sliding to a stop—The brake pads and rotors may be worn out and need to be replaced.
  • Car won’t start or is hard to start—The distributor may be failing, the spark plugs are bad, or the solenoid has gone bad.
  • Shifting problems (slipping out of gear or jerking)—The transmission fluid may need to replaced.
  • Your car bounces down the road—The shocks or struts have gone bad, which could also be affecting the car axles
  • The engine stalls or idles rough—A diagnostic on the engine can pinpoint the cause. A tune up may take care of the problem.
  • Strange noises—The engine may be low on oil, the muffler may have a hole, or the suspension system is failing.
  • Warning lights illuminating—These warning lights on the instrument panel are service reminders and should not be ignored.
  • Wobbling or drifting down the road—The tires are worn out, the wheel alignment may be off, or the tires may be out of balance.

Remember: The key to a safe and reliable vehicle is quality automotive service performed on a timely basis!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Puleo’s Auto Clinic for more information about automotive service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Washington, NJ, and the surrounding areas.
The key to keeping your car for as long as possible is being sure to take care of all automotive service. This will also help prevent costly automotive repair.

Most vehicle owners understand the key to keeping their vehicle operating as efficiently for as long as possible is to keep up with regular automotive service. This means that the operating systems and components should be inspected on a regular basis for wear and tear. This will help prevent more costly automotive repair issues later on.

Newer vehicles are equipped with an “On Board Diagnostics System” which continuously compiles data from the car’s sensors. When one of these sensors detects a problem, a code triggers a warning light, such as the “Check Engine” light, alternator, battery, low oil, or others. When any of these lights come on, head to your auto shop and ask for a diagnostic test. With the use of a specialized computer, your mechanic can pinpoint the cause of the problem and make the appropriate automotive repair. This means you won’t be spending your hard-earned dollars on repairs performed on a trial-and-error basis!

If you are experiencing any of the following car problems, your mechanic should check the following systems:

  • Sliding to a stop—The brake pads and rotors may be worn out and need to be replaced.
  • Car won’t start or is hard to start—The distributor may be failing, the spark plugs are bad, or the solenoid has gone bad.
  • Shifting problems (slipping out of gear or jerking)—The transmission fluid may need to replaced.
  • Your car bounces down the road—The shocks or struts have gone bad, which could also be affecting the car axles
  • The engine stalls or idles rough—A diagnostic on the engine can pinpoint the cause. A tune up may take care of the problem.
  • Strange noises—The engine may be low on oil, the muffler may have a hole, or the suspension system is failing.
  • Warning lights illuminating—These warning lights on the instrument panel are service reminders and should not be ignored.
  • Wobbling or drifting down the road—The tires are worn out, the wheel alignment may be off, or the tires may be out of balance.

Remember: The key to a safe and reliable vehicle is quality automotive service performed on a timely basis!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Puleo’s Auto Clinic for more information about automotive service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Washington, NJ, and the surrounding areas.
John Puleo
Puleo's Auto ClinicAuto Repair Shop in Washington, NJ

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239 Route 31 South, Washington, NJ 07882908-835-8488autorepair@puleosauto.com
Mon:07:00am - 5:30pm
Tue:07:00am - 5:30pm
Wed:07:00am - 5:30pm
Thu:07:00am - 5:30pm
Fri:07:00am - 5:30pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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