Auto Locksmith Services You may never know that you will need automotive locksmith services until the day that you’re standing in the rain locked out of your vehicle, or when you’re running late for an important meeting, but DML Locksmith Services will be there! There is no need to smash a window or call a…

Fuel Injection Service Over time, carbon deposits from burning gas can cause a layer of build-up on your fuel injectors and fuel system. A FIS cleans all the nasty build up and flushes it out of your fuel system. Think of this service as using vinegar and baking soda in the dishwasher to remove grease or going to the dentist for a teeth…

FLUID CHANGE SERVICE Power steering works by way of hydraulic pressure. Fire up some hydraulic pressure in something like a backhoe, and moving giant rocks around becomes as easy as pulling a few levers. A forklift uses hydraulic pressure to lift pallets full of concrete blocks high onto this shelf or that. This miracle of…

The Car Maintenance Schedule You Should Follow Routine car maintenance is mandatory in order to keep a car running properly. The following guidelines are the approximate intervals many car manufacturers suggest auto maintenance service be performed. However, always refer to the owner’s manual, dealer or authorized service professional for the particular service and intervals required. Car…

Our Shorewood Illinois ASE certified technicians can properly inspect the following brake system components: Disc brakes consist of a Disc Brake Rotor, which is attached to the wheel, and a Caliper, which holds the Disc Brake Pads. Hydraulic pressure from the Master Cylinder causes the Caliper Piston to clamp the Disc Brake Rotor between the…

What is a Tune-up Exactly? Regardless of its brand or age, every car needs regular tune-ups. Their behind-the-scenes nature means some drivers don’t see their value, but investing in preventative measures and routine checkups can save you future headaches! Here’s what goes into an average tune-up. Regular engine tune-ups bring power and efficiency back to your…

Engine Overheating is a Recipe for Disaster In order to stabilize the heat an engine produces when it’s running, different components work together to make sure that heat is properly absorbed and maintained at a constant (maximum) temperature. Maintaining the proper temperature of your engine’s coolant is accomplished by 1) making sure the thermostat, water…

6 Signs Your Car Needs Suspension Repair Our vehicle’s suspension system (i.e., shocks or struts) is something we often take for granted. However, after supporting several tons of metal year after year, eventually the shocks will wear out and suspension repair will be necessary. Some people mistakenly believe the suspension is mainly about having a smooth ride,…

7 Symptoms of a Bad Ignition Coil and Replacement Cost An ignition coil is a part of the vehicle’s ignition system. It converts 12V battery power into high voltage in order to create a spark at a spark plug. The spark ignites the air/fuel mixture in the engine cylinders. Most of the modern cars have…

Timing Belt Replacement If you’re vehicle has more than 70,000 miles on it, there’s a hidden danger you should know about. It’s a fairly small part that’s wearing out, and if it breaks before you replace it, it could destroy your engine. We’re talking about the timing belt. On most modern cars there is two kinds…

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