ASE Certified Mechanics Bellevue Washington

 

 

Family Owned & Operated Since 1989

18018 Redmond Way #19 Redmond, Washington 98052

Ph: 425-882-0630

 

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"Thank you so much to everyone at Autosys for all of the expertise and patience with me and our cars. It is very comforting to know that if I ever have a question about one of our cars I know that I can ask you. When I panic over the lights on the dash you always tell me to just bring it in and you take care of it, even if it is just tire pressure. Thank you for the peace of mind."

 

 

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Autosys, inc

18018 Redmond Way #19

Redmond, WA 98052
Ph. 425-882-0630

 

Business Hours:

Mondays: 8:00am-5:30pm

Tues-Fri: 8:00am-6:00pm

Sat: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Sunday: closed

 

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Car Talk By: Mike Baermann
ASE L1 Master Certfied Technician

 

Do You Have a Check Engine Light That’s On? It’s not necessarily bad. Here’s what to do…

Check Engine Light Redmond WashingtonIf you're not a mechanic - or mechanically inclined - when your car starts doing something "funny" it can be pretty scary. Sometimes, it's something to worry about - but maybe not. How to know the difference?

Here are a few commonly occurring problems that aren't big deals - usually - but have been known to make some people freak out.

The "check engine" light - Typically, this is a service reminder that illuminates when your car's computer senses a problem with the engine's emissions control system. While it's important to have a tech look at the car at some point in the near future (in addition to possibly producing higher-than-usual exhaust emissions, a fault in the system, if left uncorrected for too long could lead to more expensive repairs, eventually) it's not a "pull over now!" situation as long as there is no change in the way the vehicle operates or sounds. If the light should come on, you can keep on driving. Just make a mental note to have the car in for service when as soon as you can.

Caveat: If the "check engine" light is red rather than amber it could be something serious that requires immediate attention, such as low engine oil or low oil pressure. If the red light comes on, at minimum, you should stop as soon as it's safe to do so, open the hood and check the oil level and look for signs of overheating, such as steam coming out from around the radiator. Check your car's other instruments, too - especially the water temperature gauge, if so equipped.

Look in your vehicle's owner's manual to see precisely what the "check engine" light means for your specific car - and respond accordingly! Ideally, do this now, before the light comes on - so you'll know what to do (and how to react) when it does! If you are still not sure about any light that comes on the dashboard don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll be happy to make a recommendation on what action you should take!

 

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By: Mike Baermann

Certified ASE L1 Master Technician

LEAKING?

 

Coolant leaking from the radiator may be due to anti-freeze that has not been changed according to the recommended schedule and has become corrosive. Otherwise, it may be that normal shaking and vibration has led to an eventual separation between parts connected by solder, epoxy, or mechanical crimps. In addition, thermal forces arising from extremes in engine temperatures may have caused cracks in stressed areas. Regardless of the cause, a radiator leak must be checked as soon as possible because loss of coolant can spell disaster for the engine. Remedies can range from clamp tightening or hose replacement to radiator replacement. So, don’t assume the worst until you have had the problem checked. “Our Car-diologists are experts and diagnosing and treating your automotive ailments”

 

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State Certified Emissions Specialist

 

 

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18018 Redmond Way #19

Redmond, WA 98052
Ph. 425-882-0630

 

Business Hours:

Mondays: 8:00am-5:30pm

Tues-Fri: 8:00am-6:00pm

Sat: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Sunday: closed

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