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Get Back Give Back - Help the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund

Get Back Give Back - Help the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund

It’s the perfect time to save big and give big at Morris and Comanche, your local NAPA AutoCare Center. You’ll get a $20 prepaid Visa card for every qualifying purchase of NAPA and AAA batteries and NAPA starters and alternators. Plus, you’ll have the option to donate a portion to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. But hurry — Get Back, Give Back ends August 31st. Visit Morris and Comanche Auto Service today

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Now Hiring ASE Certified Technician

Now Hiring ASE Certified Technician

We are currently looking for an ASE certified automotive technician. They will perform general automotive repairs and service. Work independently & professionally. M-F Full time work week. Must have own tools. 5 yrs experience in the automotive field preferred. Health insurance available. Send resume to [email protected] or 3701 Morris St. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111Come by and fill out an application.

They wont be stealing this catalytic converter

They wont be stealing this catalytic converter

CATALYTIC CONVERTER THEFT PREVENTION It is amazing that we have to even be discussing this, but catalytic converter theft is up over the past couple years. However, it is the real deal and we have had to make catalytic converter repairs on vehicles that have received this abuse. That’s why we investigated the products out on the market and found this solution that we can install for our customers to reduce the chances of this kind of theft happening to them. We found the Cat Strap and the Cat Eye. The Cateye is an intelligent, SMART controller that senses human motion under your vehicle. It activates a 130dB computer-generated multi-pitch siren and then automatically deactivates when they leave. While it draws attention like a traditional alarm, its additional purpose is to turn the confined space beneath your vehicle into a painful echo-chamber by intensifying the ... read more

How do disc brakes work?

How do disc brakes work?

Your brakes are extremely important. Having good brakes just keeps you out of trouble. You’ll want to carefully maintain your brakes. With disc brakes, brake pads rub on a disc – or rotor – to slow the wheels. The pads are attached to a caliper that squeezes the pads against the rotor. It’s kind of like how squeezing the handbrake on a bicycle pushes the brake pads against the wheel of the bike. Now pads just wear away with use – kind of like a pencil eraser wears out. The good news is that replacing brake pads is a straight-forward repair. If you hear squealing or grinding when you use the brakes, have your service advisor check them out. He’ll have a technician perform a thorough brake inspection to see what needs to be done. He’ll check for signs of brake problems and go over other brake components to see that they’re working properly. He can tell you if it’s time to replace the pads or if there are other issues with your brakes that should be add ... read more

Frosty Windshield

Frosty Windshield

Cold weather tip. There are some easy solutions to help with the morning frosty windshield. Replace your windshield wipers with a premium blade that can stand up to the frost and snow. Use a washer fluid with anti-freeze properties or Rain-X. Give the windshield a Rain-X treatment to reduce water’s ability to bond with the glass. NAPA Wipers for a frosty windshield

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3701 Morris St NE Albuquerque, NM 87111 (505) 293-1091