Posted by:  1:06 PM CST

Shock absorbers and struts last a long time for Wisconsin drivers and wear out pretty slowly for most vehicles. They're easy to take for granted, but your shocks and struts do a very important job so you need to pay attention to them. They keep your tires on the road; (more)

Posted by:  10:52 AM CST

Almost every driver has had to deal with vehicle noises, sometimes annoying, sometimes alarming sounds from your vehicle alerting you that something unusual might be going on. Whether it’s a bang, ping, clunk or a rattle, anytime your automobile makes an unusual sound, it’s time for you to pay a (more)

Posted by:  3:55 PM CST

It means that one or more of your tires has low air pressure. The dashboard warning light, which looks like a cross-section of a tire with some lines in it, comes on when the tire pressure is 20% below what the vehicle manufacturer recommends. So, if your recommendation is for (more)

Posted by:  12:39 PM CST

Your radiator hoses carry coolant between your engine and radiator. It’s an important job. If a hose fails, you could lose your engine coolant which might lead to overheating and very expensive engine damage, so you want to make sure you always have good hoses. Radiator hoses are very resilient, but (more)

Posted by:  12:10 PM CST

If you have a vehicle with an automatic transmission, you probably rarely think about gear shifting. When motor vehicles were invented, all of them had to be shifted manually. But that wonderful self-shifting transmission, referred to these days as simply an “automatic,” changed everything. Automatic transmissions have a lot of moving parts, (more)

Posted by:  9:22 AM CST

It can be tempting to try to perform your own car repairs to save money. To make matters even more tempting, there are a seemingly infinite number of online videos that can walk you through just about anything when it comes to even the most complex car maintenance tasks. In (more)

Posted by:  2:27 PM CST

When one of your vehicle’s warning lights comes on, the first thing that comes to mind is, “Oh, no, what’s wrong now?” When it’s the battery light, it means there’s something wrong with your vehicle’s battery or charging system. And because both are important for your vehicle to work properly, (more)

Posted by:  12:43 PM CST

Scheduling your vehicle for service at the dealership is getting harder and taking longer. Service departments are booked out 3 – 4 weeks. At Auto Select, we understand being without your vehicle, waiting for an appointment can be frustrating. That’s why our highly skilled, fully staffed teams work hard every day to (more)

Posted by:  8:14 PM CST

Most people have heard the vehicle maintenance schedule advice of getting your oil changed every 3,000 - 6,000 miles or 3 - 6 months along with factory maintenance recommendations at 30,000/60,000 & 90,000 miles, however there are many factors that contribute to your schedule, including driving habits, mileage, oil type, (more)

Monday 1 January 2024
Posted by:  9:48 AM CST