Your modern vehicle's engine is a highly sophisticated piece of equipment. Our factory-trained technicians are here to make sure your engine is in peak operating condition.
The days of your father's gas-guzzler are long gone—instead, Federal Exhaust Emission and Fuel Economy regulations demand that today's vehicles be equipped with electronic engine control systems, to curb carbon emissions and increase fuel efficiency. With technically-advanced control systems taking the place of simple engine components, common maintenance services such as tune-ups are also a thing of the past. Regular services (such as spark plug and filter replacements) are still required, as well as a computerized analysis of your vehicle's control computer. Our factory-trained technicians are here to provide these basic services.
In the auto repair industry, where you choose to get your car or truck fixed can make a big difference in the service, quality and price you receive, and choosing the wrong company can lead to a costly drawn-out project that only fixes the problem in the short term.
Andy's Auto Service, Inc. in St. Cloud now is able to provide GM front axles for 4WD & AWD vehicles solving the issues of many vehicles ranging from 2002 models to 2009 models. Our supplier, Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation’s leader in re-manufactured drive train products, is offering complete re-manufactured GM front axle actuator assemblies for 4WD and AWD late-model SUVs.
These actuator assemblies fit the following vehicles:
Car Exterior care tips include:
1. Protect car paint from the sun: Paint does more than make your vehicle look great. It’s also the first line of defense against rusted body panels. Of course, the best way to protect the paint is to park the car in a garage. If that is not possible, park in the shade or purchase a car cover. The sun’s ultraviolet rays break down paint and cause it to fade. Some car covers protect your car from more than sun, moisture, bird droppings, and dust — they also have a thin layer of cushioning that will guard against light impact, such as from a tipped bicycle or small falling tree branch.
2. Touch up nicks sooner rather than later Touch-up paint won’t adhere well to rust. So be sure to keep some matching touch-up paint on hand so you can touch up any minor nicks, often found around door edges, before rust has a chance to form.