Stamps Auto-Gilbert/Higley(480) 988-5600
2450 S Higley Rd  Gilbert, AZ 85295
Stamps Auto-Gilbert/Lindsay(480) 497-6272
711 S Lindsay Rd  Gilbert, AZ 85296
Stamps Auto-Queen Creek(480) 655-6101
18705 E Business Park Dr  Queen Creek, AZ 85142
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40815 N Ironwood Dr #A106  San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

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AUTO REPAIR AND THE ARIZONA SUMMER PART 2

AUTO REPAIR AND THE ARIZONA SUMMER PART 2

Part two of our series on auto repair in Mesa explores why you have to make sure that you take care of your tires this time of year. Get New Tires in Mesa Auto Repair in Mesa and Your Tires Unless you have your car stored in an air-conditioned garage somewhere, odds are, your car will be sitting in either a warm parking garage, or a hot parking lot sooner or later. If you’re parked in a parking garage, you’re lucky. You don’t have as much to worry about, but even so you need to be aware of one key thing about living in Arizona: hot temperatures are bad for your tires. In our last article, we covered the effect that high summer temperatures have on car batteries, however, this also holds true for tires as well. In fact temperature extremes at both ends of the spectrum are bad for your car tires. Cold temperatures can cause your car tires to contract, though obviously that’s not as much of a problem at this time of ye ... read more

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AUTO REPAIR AND THE ARIZONA SUMMER PART 1

AUTO REPAIR AND THE ARIZONA SUMMER PART 1

Auto repair in Mesa isn’t just about fixing problems. It is also about stopping problems before they start. Part one of a three part series explores some steps to take during the hot summer months. Call your Auto Mechanic in Mesa and Replace Your Car Battery High Temperatures and Your Battery Life Arizona has one of the most unique environments in the US. Summer temperatures here can easily top 120 degrees. That alone is hot, however, the surface temperature can easily reach temperatures hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk or the asphalt. If you’ve been here long enough, you know better than to walk around barefoot outside after 6am, as even the ground can hurt your feet. But have you ever thought about the effect the sun has on your battery? You may need to replace your battery sooner than you think Your car battery isn’t just battery acid. It also has a bit of water inside of it. Even if you have a garage, your car is ex ... read more

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WHAT DOES A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT MEAN PART 2

WHAT DOES A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT MEAN PART 2

Part two of a series on the check engine light explores some more meanings of this enigmatic system display. The Check Engine Light and Your Car’s Emission System Get Emission Repair in Mesa Like it or hate it, emissions testing is part of life in the Phoenix area. By Arizona law, you can’t even egister your car unless you pass emissions. And during emission testing, the check engine light is an instant fail, and you’re out $35 for the inspection fee plus any repairs. One major source of problems where the check engine light is concerned is your car’s catalytic converter. As auto parts go, this part is essentially worthless. All it really does is allow your car to pass emissions. What causes a catalytic converter to fail? Well, usually when they go it is a result of other scheduled maintenance not being done, such as replacing oxygen sensors and spark plugs. In fact, you do regular scheduled auto maintenance, your catalytic co ... read more

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Emissions

WHAT DOES A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT MEAN PART 1

Part one of a series on the check engine light explores some of the meanings of this enigmatic system display. What Does the Check Engine Light Mean? What does the check engine light mean? When this light comes on, it is one of the most annoying lights that your car has. Why? Because it tells you virtually no information. However, there are according to LIFEHACKER.COM only a few causes of this light. The second part of this article will explore the rest of them, but here are the first two causes: Like it or hate it, emissions testing is part of life in the Phoenix area. By Arizona law, you can’t even egister your car unless you pass emissions. And during emission testing, the check engine light is an instant fail, and you’re out $35 for the inspection fee plus any repairs. One major source of problems where the check engine light is concerned is your car’s catalytic converter. As auto parts go, this part is essentially worthless ... read more

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