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What’s New at Integrity Automotive?

Today at Integrity Automotive we are talking about the importance of regular car maintenance. We know this winter has been brutal, and you have been putting off as much as you can. But it is warming up and time to take care of your car.

Like the example in our video, this customer brought their car into Integrity Automotive because of a small coolant leak. This problem turned out to be a warped thermostat housing. Luckily for this customer they brought it in right away. If they had waited this small fix could have been a larger fix with a new serpentine belt and possibly more!

Remember, just like we have to go to the doctor for a checkup, we have to make sure we get our cars checked out so they keep going strong. Call us today to ensure your next trip doesn’t end before it begins because of car trouble!

15% OFF Pre-Summer Service and Inspection Sale Services include:

• Check and top off all fluids
• Tune-Up
• Belts
• Engine Performance
• Brakes

Offer good for any above mentioned services performed in the month of March. Please mention you saw this on Facebook for discounted price.

What’s New at Integrity Automotive?

Today Integrity Automotive wants to explain a little bit about the importance of wheel bearings. In this example we are using a 1999 GMC Sierra with over 300,000 mile on it. Yes that’s a LOT OF MILES but this is a common issue in pretty much any car.

What’s New at Integrity Automotive?

Today, we here at Integrity Automotive want to explain a little bit about how your automatic windows work. The example we used came from a 2002 Ford Explorer. With it being cold outside and you never know when the next blizzard is coming. You don’t want to get stuck with your window wide open in this weather.

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The Importance of Checking Your Brake Pads

Everyone knows that awful screeching sound, like nails on the chalkboard, we have all heard it on our own car or on someone else’s driving through a parking lot. But, what does that sound really mean and should you be worried about it if it happens to your own car?

The simple answer is yes.

That scraping sound or “squealing” as some call it is not a noise to ignore and believe it or not your car is designed to make that noise.

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