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
Stamps Auto-San Tan Valley(480) 987-5873
40815 N Ironwood Dr #A106  San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

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VISIT YOUR AUTO REPAIR SHOP IN QUEEN CREEK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (CONTD.)

VISIT YOUR AUTO REPAIR SHOP IN QUEEN CREEK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (CONTD.)

Visiting an auto repair shop in Queen Creek is about so much more than just fixing your car. It can be a wonderful source of information for between visits. Visit Your Professional Auto Repair Shop in Queen Creek Why Go to An Auto Repair Shop In Queen Creek A Queen Creek auto repair shop can do a lot more than fix your brakes or battery. They can also offer you free advice on other issues involving your car maintenance practices. For example, they can tell you how often you should change your engine oil as sometimes the manufacturing companies might give a longer period than it should take. This goes a long way in assisting you to take care of your car and thus getting the most out of it. It is not every day that we get expert advice on how to take care of our cars. Therefore, while we still can, we should take advantage of such offers. Another thing to thing about with professional auto repair is that you are likely covered under warranty ... read more

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WHAT DOES A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT MEAN PART 3

Part three of a series on the check engine light explores some more of the meanings of this cryptic display… Get auto repair in Mesa How Can I Reset the Check Engine Line? How can I reset the check engine light? First off, be aware that this light doesn’t come on on some mysterious whim of your engine. It means that there is a problem somewhere. Resetting the light itself isn’t the best idea until you know what is behind it being on in the first place. As your auto repair shop we don’t recommend resetting the check engine light. You want to have a mechanic do that in the best way he can, by fixing the root problem behind the check engine light. Resetting the check engine light by unplugging the battery will also wipe out all of the data in the computer and merely pause the check engine light, not reset it permanently. Then you will have the double whammy of having the check engine light on and no data as to why. CAN YOU ... read more

SCHEDULED AUTO MAINTENANCE PART 3

SCHEDULED AUTO MAINTENANCE PART 3

Part three of a three part series on scheduled auto maintenance explores some situations that may require you to get your car in sooner than the timetable in your owner’s manual. Get your Scheduled Auto Maintenance Done Scheduled Auto Maintenance: What If You Drive More? Did you know that just driving around town is actually worse for your car as far as wear and tear than just driving on the freeway? Why? Well, the sudden starts and stops for example. This affects your tires and brakes obviously, but because your engine goes from high revving to low revving and back up to high again, it can affect the performance of your engine. That’s why when you look at your owner’s manual, they don’t just have mileage, they have years as well. So example 50,000 miles or five years whichever comes first. This is when you should scheduled auto maintenance. If the myth of the little old lady who just drove her car to church on Sundays is true ... read more

SCHEDULED AUTO MAINTENANCE PART 2

SCHEDULED AUTO MAINTENANCE PART 2

Part two of a three part series on scheduled auto maintenance explores some situations that may require you to get your car in sooner than the timetable in your owner’s manual. Get your Scheduled Auto Maintenance Done Scheduled Auto Maintenance: What If You Drive More? Did you know that just driving around town is actually worse for your car as far as wear and tear than just driving on the freeway? Why? Well, the sudden starts and stops for example. This affects your tires and brakes obviously, but because your engine goes from high revving to low revving and back up to high again, it can affect the performance of your engine. That’s why when you look at your owner’s manual, they don’t just have mileage, they have years as well. For example 50,000 miles or five years. If the myth of the little old lady who just drove her car to church on Sundays is true, oddly enough, she is more of a candidate for auto repair than someone who dri ... read more

SCHEDULED AUTO MAINTENANCE PART 1

Part one of a three part series on scheduled auto maintenance explores factory recommended timetables. Autor Repair in Queen Creek Do I Have to Follow the Factory Recommended Maintenance for My Car or Truck? Do you have to follow the factory recommended maintenance schedule for your car or truck? Well that depends on you. We can’t recommend following the maintenance schedule that is in your owner’s manual enough, however. Why? Well, if you follow the recommended schedule you reduce the likelihood of having what can often be a completely free repair, particularly if you have a good warranty, turn into an enormous repair bill. Look at an automatic transmission for example. Transmission fluid is usually at or around $10 for a one-quart bottle, and obviously the labor charges would be small as well. The bill for the fluid and the mechanic to put it into your car or truck is pennies when you compare it to a transmission repair bill that can easily top $2000 or more, yet we s ... read more

All About Tires Part 3: What Tires Should You Get?

Part three of a series on replacing your tires explores what tires you should get for your vehicle, as well as common mistakes that consumers make. Should I Buy a Set of Tires or Just One? Tires don’t wear out at the same rate. In addition, when it’s time to replace your tires, you want to make sure that you be careful of mixing and matching tire types. For example, you don’t want to mix in non-radial tires with radials. You also want to match your tread as closely as possible. Otherwise, you will likely have a bumpy ride when you drive. One of the best ways to match your tread across your car is to buy a set of tires each time it is time to replace just one. A lot of people will sputter and squawk at this idea. Buying a set of tires is too expensive! I just need one! As an auto repair shop, we’ve heard these sort of objections a lot. However, for one thing, the bumpy ride we mentioned above can have a bad effect on your car. If your wh ... read more

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