Your engine is one of the most important parts of your vehicle. If you think your engine is in need of repair, contact 19th Auto Repair. We provide engine repair services, big and small, for a variety of vehicle engines. You can trust us to properly repair your engine so you can get back on the road!
Rebuild or Replacement?
Can save you a whole ton of cash, depending on the root of the problem and the parts required to fix it. You can save from 20 to 50% of the cost of replacing the engine completely. Depending on the parts needed and the amount of man hours required doing the job.
We know that our skills to fix your problem cost effectively is one of the most important things to our customers. Often, repairing the engine will also give you a good opportunity to replace a few parts that would have otherwise been neglected.
Sometimes simply replacing the engine is one of your better choices. It will add years to the life of your engine and turn a problematic vehicle into a reliable car you require as a driver. By replacing the engine you remove the potentially annoying miscellaneous parts such as belts, filters, hoses and coolant.
Our wheel alignment services will readjust your wheels and the vehicle’s suspension so that all wheels are adjusted to the vehicle’s unique specifications. This will provide you with a smoother, and safer ride. If you live in Phoenix, AZ or the surrounding areas, reach out to us today to get started!
Complete aligment services:
- Four-Wheel Alignment.
- Front-End Wheel Alignments.
- Suspension Inspections.
- Steering Inspections.
- Thrust Wheel Alignments
CAMBER, TOE, AND CASTER
This is the inward or outward angle of the tire when viewed from the front of the vehicle. Too much inward or outward tilt, also known as negative and positive camber, respectively, indicates improper alignment and will need to be adjusted. Worn bearings, ball joints, and other wheel-suspension parts may contribute to camber misalignment.
Distinct from camber alignment, toe alignment is the extent to which your tires turn inward or outward when viewed from above. If that’s confusing, just stand up and look down at your feet. Angle them inward toward the center of your body. When the tires on your car are angled the same way (remember, we’re thinking in terms of birds-eye-view), we call this toe-in alignment. Angle your feet outward and you have toe-out alignment. Both require adjustment.
Your caster angle helps balance steering, stability, and cornering. Specifically, it’s the angle of your steering axis when viewed from the side of your vehicle. If you have positive caster, the steering axis will tilt toward the driver. Negative caster, on the other hand, means the steering axis tilts toward the front of your vehicle.
Why tire aligment matters?
Improper wheel or tire alignment can cause your tires to wear unevenly and prematurely.
Tire balancing is the same?
Distinct from tire alignment, tire or wheel balancing refers to compensation for any weight imbalances in the tire/wheel combination and is often performed in conjunction with wheel alignment.
19th Auto Repair offers brake repair services for a variety of different braking systems. Whether you need us to run diagnostics to determine the problem that needs repair, or you want a new braking system entirely, we’re here to help. You can trust us to get the job done right and on time. Call today!
If you hear grinding, chirping, or Squealing noises might be time for brake repair. At 19th Auto Repair we recommend checking your brakes at least once a year.
At 19th Auto Repair we provide you brake service and diagnosis and of course a complete Auto Care.
- Inspection of front and rear brake pad wear
- Inspection of rotor wear
- Inspection of drum wear
- Inspection of Brake fluid test
- Inspection of Parking brake inspection
Also we provide the following services for brakes:
- Installation of new brake pads or shoes with 1 year of guarantee
- Resurfacing or replacement of brake rotors or drums with 1 year of guarantee
- Brake fluid exchange
- Replacement of brake lines, hoses, or other brake components with 1 year of guarantee
With the usage and times brake fluid can become contaminated. Most brake components contain copper. As brake components erode particles can begin to contaminate the brake fluid. Contaminated fluid can affect the performance of your brakes and potentially damage your braking system.When we test and detect impurities it is time for a brake fluid exchange.
Tune-up services for your vehicle are a great way to ensure your car is regularly maintained and functioning properly. Ensuring that your vehicle receives a regular tune-up can prevent further, more expensive damage down the line. Contact us today for tune-up services if you’re in the Phoenix, AZ area!
What is a tune up?
A tune up service is made up of two parts: the inspection and the actual tune up. The inspection includes a visual check of the engine’s fuel-system components to ensure that the fuel filter is clean and unclogged, that no damage has been caused to the fuel pump, and that fuel injector is also clean.
The inspection also covers spark plugs appearance and performance, checking the engine’s PCV valve, ignition timing, air filters, as well as oil and coolant levels.
The tune up car service depends on the results of the inspection, but in order to ensure your engine receives the right proportions of air, fuel and spark, this may include replacing the cap, rotor, spark plugs, wires, and PCV valve. It can also include replacing air, oil, and fuel filters.
Common Signs that Your Car Needs a Tune-Up
- Trouble starting the car
- Bad Fuel Mileage
- Warning lights on dashboard
- Odd sounds
- Unusual Vibrations
How much does it cost a tune up?
The cost of an auto tune up depends on many factors, the procedures vary by the vehicle’s make, model, age and mileage, but a tune-up typically involves replacing the air filter. The results of the initial inspection. We need running computer diagnostics, and checking the condition and other basic engine parts. Total costs generally depend on the parts needed as well as the hourly labor rate. You can visit us at 19th Auto Repair for a price estimate for your car.
How often should you have a tune-up?
It depends, on older vehicles with non-electronic ignitions should be every 10,000-20,000 miles or every year, then in newer vehicles can go from 25,000-100,000 miles without a tune up needed.
Schedule your tune up by referring to your manufacturer's recommendations.
Are tune-ups necessary?
It’s an important part of your car performance. Don't overlook it. Otherwise these are potentially expensive problems. Prefer running smoothly and comfortably, the tune up is key to improve fuel economy and the engine performance, you are saving money in the long term.
We understand that having functioning A/C in your vehicle is incredibly important in our Arizona heat. If you’re A/C is giving you trouble, reach out to us. We offer professional vehicle A/C services so we can figure out what’s wrong and repair it as soon as possible. Give us a call today to get started!
Repair Services That We Offer
No matter what type of damage your vehicle has, the team at 19th Auto Repair can help. Our repair services include everything from: suspension work, transmission service, coolant service, oil change, exhaust system repair, and much more. Call us today to learn more!