We think it is important for Southampton, PA drivers to know what drives their vehicles and a big part of that is your fuel system. The fuel system contains several components but here are a couple of the main ones: Fuel Filter, Fuel Intake and Fuel Injectors. Below are their functions of these parts and why they are important to your overall Fuel System.
Fuel Filter: Much like the name suggests, your fuel filter cleans your fuel of dirt and other contaminants before it makes its way to your engine.
Fuel Intake System: The purpose of your Fuel Intake System is to store and provide a steady supply of fuel to your engine. This relies heavily on your Fuel Pump and Fuel Injectors.
Fuel Injectors: This component delivers the precise amount of fuel at a precise time to keep your engine operating at its peak level of performance. Allowing your Fuel Injectors to get clogged will most likely cause them to be replaced before factory recommendations.
Be sure to read your owner’s manual, in there will be maintenance suggestions as to when you should have your Fuel System cleaned or have various components checked and/or replaced. If your filter becomes saturated it can no longer separate contaminants from your fuel. This will cause your engine to become gummed up with harmful deposits that will negatively impact your engine performance.
If your Fuel System does happen to become clogged or compromised for whatever reason, we can help you with a professional fuel system cleaning. This will help remove harmful gummy deposits from your combustion chamber and off your intake valves. Once the cleaning is completed your engine will be operating far more efficiently.
Therefore anytime you have questions about how to improve your Fuel System or if it has been a while since you have had your filter, injectors or fuel pump inspected. Let us know here atFrank’s Servicenter and we will be happy to help!
Question: What is power brake service and why do Southampton drivers need to have it done?
Frank’s Servicenter Inc. Answer:
Think for a second: if you poured a tablespoon of water in your hand and tried to throw it as hard as you could, how far would the water go? If you suck up a tablespoon of water with a syringe, push the plunger and squirt it out, how far do you think that would go? In which scenario does the water go further?
Without question, the answer is the water leaving the syringe! The reason why is because there is so much pressure behind the water. The power brake system in your vehicle works just the same. Each time you step on the brake of your vehicle, the master cylinder adds pressure to the brake fluid. This activates the brakes and allows you to stop your vehicle. Drivers in Southampton who lack pressure from the master cylinder won’t be able to stop their vehicle.
If your brake system had sprung a leak, this would reduce and even potentially eliminate the stopping power of your vehicle. This can happen because brake fluid attracts moisture which leads to corrosion, and eventually leaks. A fantastic way for Southampton drivers to avoid these situations, and keep their brake fluid clean is to get their brake fluid changed as it is recommended.
There needs to be enough brake fluid for the correct and proper function of traction and stability control systems, and anti-lock brakes. Your Frank’s Servicenter knowledgeable and friendly professionals will always check your brake fluid level during a full-service oil change. If the brake fluid is low, your Frank’s Servicenter service advisor may recommend a thorough brake inspection. Worn brake pads can be the cause of low brake fluid.
You may notice some signs of a potential leak. If the brake pedal feels hard or like a sponge, or if you notice reduced stopping power when you brake, you could have a leak. Come into Frank’s Servicenter straight away if you feel as though there might be an issue for a brake inspection.
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“How much will it cost to fix my”….This is the very first question that everyone wants answered when their car is in need of service or repair. I am here to help answer that very question! Here at Frank’s Servicenter we fix thousands of cars and trucks every year. With that vast experience I can surely tell you that the answer is; We do not YET know what your particular issue will cost to remedy. Every single vehicle and every single situation is DIFFERENT! There is no one size fits all answer to this question. This is why at Frank’s Servicenter we take the time to explain exactly what needs to happen with your vehicle BEFORE starting any repairs or diagnosis. After a gathering all of the necessary data, with your approval, our ASE trained technicians will perform a thorough evaluation of your vehicle. After analyzing the information our service team will take the time to determine the best method of repair and selection of parts for your situation. Finally after all of these steps we will contact you to discuss repair options and precise cost estimates. Any attempt to skip these steps and merely guess at a price would be impossible and a huge disservice to you.
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Looking for 6.0 “Diesel engine Repair near me”? Frank’s Servicenter has the tools, knowledge and experience needed to repair your “6.0 Ford” issues. Something as simple and innocent as this torn high pressure oil feed o-ring can cause starting and running issues.
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Something as simple and inexpensive as a clogged engine “air filter” can be robbing you of fuel economy and your hard earned dollars. Air filters generally last 15,000 miles depending on the area that you drive in. Save yourself by by regularly checking the filter and replacing as needed.
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Everyone has heard horror stories on the news about aging tires and safety blow outs, so how can YOU tell how old your tires are? The week and year of manufacture are stamped on the side wall of the tire. We can liken a aging tire to an aging rubber band, the elasticity breakdown and the rubber begins to crack. Tires do not have a specific “expiration” date, although 7 years is an industry breaking point. It is suggested to check the tires thoroughly throughout their lifespan.
Looking for an “oil change near me”? Featuring Castrol motor oils and lubricants we have the trained technicians and supplies to take care of your vehicle. We also make sure to reset that pesky reminder on your dashboard!
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The check engine light is your vehicle can come on for thousands of different reasons. From something as minor as a loose gas cap to something major such as internal engine or transmission failure. Frank’s Servicenter will scan your check engine light for free to let you know what area the issue lies in. After this free scan we will let you know if further work will be required and what the next step will be.
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In Pennsylvania the sticker on your front windshield indicates when you need to have your inspection completed. In this example of 6/17 the “PA inspection” needs to be completed by 6/31/17. You can have this completed as early as 4/1/17. There is a 90 day window prior to the expiration date that you can complete the “inspection”. There is NO grace period in PA. If you drive when your car has expired inspection you could be subject to a fine from the police.
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Improperly inflated tires are nearly impossible to detect with your eye. To properly check tire pressure you must use a gauge. Leaks and temperature change are the most common reason for tire under inflation. Additionally all tires will lose pressure over time. Underinflated tires can’t maintain shape and become flatter than intended while in contact with the road. If a vehicle’s tires are underinflated by as little as 6 psi it can lead to tire failure. Additionally, tread life could be diminished by as much as 25%. Lower inflation pressure will allow the tire to deflect as it rolls. This movement will create internal heat, increase resistance and cause a reduction in fuel economy. The difference could be up to 5%. You will experience a significant loss of steering precision and cornering stability. While this minor amount of pressure doesn’t seem excessively low, remember, it usually represents about 20% of the tire’s recommended pressure.
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