SURVEY TIME! At the end of September TB Repair will be moving locations and will most likely be a couple miles out of the city. We want all our customers to be as happy with our service as possible. I have noticed that most of you have no problem arranging a ride for drop off and pick up. However, My Question is: Would you be more likely to book an appointment if there was a courtesy car available or does it make a difference? Please comment below
Hey everyone! I will be away from the shop all week. If you have a problem and want to call don’t forget to leave a message, I’ll be checking my messages periodically. Thanks and have a great week.
Well it’s that time of year again! These nasty little things can be very damaging to your vehicles suspension. Please try to avoid them but if you do find yourself with some unfamiliar noises that weren’t there before, Give us a call! 204-724-9494 #potholes #clunkclunkclunk #suspension #greasemonkey #bigorsmallwefixthemall #tbrepairbrandon
It seems to be all about timing at the shop lately, Engine timing that is!!! This one was stretched out so far it wouldn’t hardly start. First picture is the old chain tensioner fully extended. #nissanfrontier #2point5liter #4cylinder #timingchain #bigorsmallwefixthemall #wrenchordietrying #tbrepairbrandon
Here’s a little Tid bit of information for everyone if they didn’t already know. It’s always a good idea to keep your fuel tank on the full side and here is a few reasons why... Condensation Condensation can form in the empty part of your gas tank, and in the winter, that condensation can freeze, ice your fuel lines and cause no-start conditions. You might think the ethanol in your gas is enough to act as an antifreeze and prevent freezing in your fuel tank. In Canada, federal law requires gas to contain an ethanol content of at least five per cent, with regular grade sometimes containing as much as 10 per cent ethanol. Since you can’t control the ethanol content or how your vehicle’s engine will respond to it, the best way to minimize condensation and avoid problems caused by freezing fuel lines is to keep your tank more than half full in the winter. You’re going to need that gas eventually anyway. Fuel pump failure The motor of your electric fuel pump needs your gasoline to act as a coolant. When your gas tank is getting low, the pump sucks in air, generating heat. Over time, that heat can cause your fuel pump premature wear and even failure. Fuel pump repairs aren’t cheap, but in this case, they’re preventable. Dirt in fuel tank Sometimes dirt can get trapped in your fuel tank. When you’re running low on gas, that dirt can block your fuel filter, possibly leading to expensive repairs.
Well folks.... here’s what happens when you leave your vehicle sitting for way to long and the fuel goes bad and eats the fuel strainer inside the tank!!!! #fuelstabilzer #dontneglectthejems #fuelpump #badthingshappen #wrenchordietrying #greasemonkey #bigorsmallwefixthemall #tbrepairbrandon
So this happened today!... If anyone is Interested in snow removal this winter give me a call!! 204-724-9494
When you change out the temp sender and oil pressure sender on a 454 and climb in to check to make sure it's working. The music just makes the victory that much better 🎶🎶🎶 #gmctopkickc7500 #oilpressuresensor #tempsensor #bigblock #454 #topgun #dangerzone #mechaniclife #mactools #wrenchlife #tbrepairbrandon