At some point or another, it’ll happen to you. You leave your headlights on, your battery finally fails, or for some other reason, you don’t have enough juice to start your car. Don’t call a tow truck just yet, though...Bowles Automotive in Mooresville has the info you need to properly jump-start your car.
Your bumper covers are always in danger. Between other drivers, obstacles in the road, flash floods, or any other hazard you may encounter, at some point it’s likely your bumper covers will accrue some damage. At Bowles Automotive in Mooresville, NC, we can fix that.
Whether we’re talking about your engine, transmission, differential, suspension, or otherwise, correct specifications are necessary to keep your car, truck, or SUV reliable, drivable, and running smoothly. From our team here at Bowles Automotive in Mooresville, NC, here’s what you need to know.
For obvious reasons, air brakes are an essential part of your rig. They also add a level of complication to the braking system that a conventional vehicle doesn’t have. At Bowles Automotive in Mooresville, our mechanics have the knowledge, equipment, and ability necessary to keep your air brakes in top shape.
At Bowles Automotive in Mooresville, NC, we understand the importance of being on top of the latest in automotive technology. That’s why we invest heavily in top-notch diagnostic and programming equipment, and why we have technicians that know how to use it.
Fleet cars, vans, and trucks see a lot of wear and tear. If your engine has already called it a day, then it’s obviously case closed - you need a new engine or a new vehicle. However, there are many times when an engine is about to go down, and you can get it taken care of before it kicks the bucket for good - saving you time and towing in the process.
Is your car, truck, or SUV experiencing transmission failure? At Bowles Automotive in Mooresville, NC, we’re here to help. You have a variety of options as to how to handle your failed transmission and knowing your options will help you to make an informed decision.
Tires may be the only part of a vehicle that physically meets the road, but your shock absorbers are next in line. Working with the suspension springs, they absorb shocks from bumps and cracks in the road, while simultaneously controlling bounce and body roll.