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)

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Posted by:  8:41 AM CST

At Auto Select, We are celebrating 23 years in business this month, and 23 years of Giving Back! We could not have done it without supporting each other! We know our success comes from the great client relationships we have built over the past 23 years. We continue to work (more)

Posted by:  11:04 AM CST

You may have noticed your tires have a pretty long number on them. Yours might start with a letter, then a 3-digit number, followed by a few more numbers and letters. That string of letters and numbers is very important for your vehicle because it contains useful information on what (more)

Posted by:  12:45 PM CST

According to Consumer Reports’ testing, a tire’s tread depth is essential to disperse rainwater, slush, and snow. As tires wear, this ability to hold the road confidently diminishes. In Consumer Reports tire tests, they started to see a decline in the performance of tires with half their tread depth still left—well (more)

Posted by:  4:36 PM CST

The last thing any driver needs is a vehicle that breaks down in cold, harsh winter weather. The Car Care Council recommends that car owners follow its Fall Car Care Month checklist and inspect their vehicles before the temperatures drop and severe weather hits. Heating, Wipers & Lights Make sure heaters, (more)

Posted by:  3:09 PM CST

What is a TSB also referred to as a Technical Service Bulletin? Once a new vehicle is introduced and starts being driven by thousands of actual drivers, weaknesses in parts or design are revealed. So, automakers send out TSBs, so service technicians will know to look for those problems. A TSB can be (more)