Listen to Your Car — It “Talks” to You
Modern materials, design, manufacturing process and engineering today provide a beautiful, comfortable, impressive ride. But it can also make it hard to “hear” if your car’s engine is telling you something, like misfiring, or difficult to hear brakes squealing or the suspension system rattling.
Oftentimes, when a car is having a problem, it will make specific sounds and those are sounds a mechanic needs to know when you take your car to the shop. From time to time, turn everything off in your BMW, Mercedes or Mini Cooper and drive with the windows down, and listen to your car. And always keep your regular check-up appointments with us here at EAS. We may be able to spot a potential problem and get it fixed before you get stranded.
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