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Why is My Vehicle Running Rough?

Why is My Vehicle Running Rough?

A properly running engine should run and start smoothly without excess noise or vibration. If you being to notice that your vehicle is “running rough”, meaning that you start to notice loud noises, vibrations, and an overall decline in performance, you are likely dealing with an engine problem. As soon as you notice a change in your vehicle’s drivability, it is important to have your vehicle inspected. Engine problems should never be ignored and the sooner you fix the problem, the more money you’ll save yourself over time. At Nerger's Auto Express, our ASE certified technicians are experienced working on all makes and models of vehicles. We can help determine the exact cause of the issue and get you back on the road quickly and safely.  As soon as you start to notice drivability issues, be sure to note down the symptoms you are experiencing. Do you notice that your engine is “running rough”? Is your car idling rough? Does your car stall be ... read more

Do Modern Cars Still Need Tune-ups?

The tune-up - an age-old term that is still around today. Back in the day, cars needed be tuned regularly. There weren't sophisticated computers in cars to monitor things likes fuel mixture, idle speed control, and timing. A tune-up was needed to replace spark plugs, distributor points, and fuel/air filters. There were also adjustments that needed to be done to the ignition timing and idle mixture.  Back in the day, a tune-up was recommended every 20,000 miles or so. However, today's cars run on complex computer system. So the questions becomes, do I still need to have a tune-up performed? If you look at a tune-up as preventative maintenance, then yes - a tune-up is still needed. It may not be the same services as performed when a tune-up was first used in auto repair, but certain maintenance items are still very much required.  So, considering a tune-up as a check up of your vehicle's major systems and taking care of important maintenance items - a tune-up is s ... read more

Practicing Social Distancing? Take Care of Your Car’s Overdue Needs!

Practicing Social Distancing? Take Care of Your Car’s Overdue Needs!

  Our government has just announced that our shelter in place order will be expanded through the entire month of April, leaving many wondering what they will be able to for the next month to keep themselves busy. Social distancing is extremely important at this time, because it helps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep hospitals from becoming overcrowded and without supplies.  What exactly does social distancing mean? Social distancing and shelter in home orders require us to stay home as much as possible. We can go to the store or to work, but when doing so, avoid large crowds and keep at lest 6 feet between you and other people. This also means no gathering with friends or family who aren't living in your immediate household.  While you may feel that you are fine and aren't sick, many COVID-19 carriers aren't feeling symptoms, but can still spread the virus. This is why it is so important for everyone to follow CDC regulations regarding ways to p ... read more

How Nerger's Auto Express Is Helping To Combat The Spread Of The Corona Virus!

How Nerger's Auto Express Is Helping To Combat The Spread Of The Corona Virus!

We are open and CONTINUING TO SERVICE VEHICLES and SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS. We are committed to keeping our customers safe. The following are a few of the action steps in place at Nerger's Auto Express! If you want to drop your car off and do not want human contact you can drop your keys in our night key drop even if it’s during normal business hours. We can also make arrangements for you to pick up your car after hours. We can even accept payment over the phone. If you would like your vehicle serviced and need it picked up or delivered we are offering a pick up and drop off service to our customers, at NO ADDITIONAL COST to you! Our technicians wear rubber gloves when they work on each vehicle and change them frequently. We will also sterilize your key, steering wheel, center console and door panels before you get your vehicle back. Our employees will be staying home if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms, shortness of breath, fever or cough. Employees will be symptom fr ... read more


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Is Suspension System Lubrication Necessary?

The suspension system is your vehicle is very important, because it allows for your car to move smoothly and with ease. It is made up of many different working components that absorb energy from the road and keep you and your passengers comfortable. Many of these parts are shafts connected to different arms or joints, such as the arm bearings and ball joints. It is important to keep this system working at its best to maintain proper control of your steering.  You may have heard the term suspension system lubrication and wondered, is this necessary? Just like many other systems in your vehicle, lubrication is necessary to keep parts moving easily and to avoid metal to metal contact. Proper suspension system lubrication will ensure that your vehicle moves without issue and that you are able to steer your vehicle quickly and accurately.  If you're unsure of how often your vehicle needs a suspension system lubrication, the best source for this information is your vehicle ... read more

How to Prevent Car Fires

Car fires are an occurrence that luckily is very rate, but can be deadly. You may be familiar with a car bursting into flames after an accident, but cars can also catch fire due to mechanic or electrical issues. While we know this can be a scary thought, being prepared and knowing how to prevent fires from happening is the best way you can avoid these types of situations.  If you smell gasoline or see a puddle underneath your vehicle that you think may be gas, don't take the situation lightly. Do not drive your vehicle with a gas leak and make sure that your car isn't anywhere near a flame. We recommend a tow to Nerger's Auto Express to address the leak quickly and safely. When a car has a fuel leak and you continue driving, the fuel can drop onto a hot engine or exhaust and can ignite a fire.  Knowing gas station safety can also help avoid car fires at the gas pump. Always ensure that your vehicle's engine is turned all the way off before pumping gas. Also ... read more

Car NYE Resolutions for 2020

It’s that time of the season when we start thinking about what changes or resolutions we plan to make for the upcoming year. 2019 has ended and we all hope that 2020 will bring us health and good fortune. Many people will think about what resolutions to make such as going to the gym more often, eating healthier, and waking up earlier. These are all fantastic resolutions, but have you thought about any changes you will be making when it comes to your car?  Nobody is a perfect vehicle owner, but there are many ways in which the regular car driver can not only take better care of their vehicle but save money on car repairs in the new year. It is a great idea to think of a vehicle resolution that you can make going into 2020 that will help you protect your car investment and save you money on repairs. Here are some of our top vehicle changes to make for 2020: Try to keep your car clean and free of garbage Clean out your trunk - it will give you much better fuel efficiency Ha ... read more

Happy Thanksgiving from Nerger's Auto Express!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Nerger's Auto Express! We hope that you had a wonderful holiday with friends and family. With all the holidays comes lots of travel, so if you are planning a road trip in the near future, we recommend that you check off some important travel measures before you hit the road.  Be sure to have your vehicle inspected by the experts here at Nerger's Auto Express before you hit the road. You never want to be caught in a situation where you are stuck without a working vehicle, so guaranteeing that your vehicle is ready for any road trip will keep your family safe and bring you peace of mind on the road.    Pack ample blankets and coats for the road to keep warm if you’re traveling in the cold this winter.    Have an emergency kit on hand in your trunk to help out in cases of emergencies. Some things to make sure you have with you include a spare tire, jack, wrench, flashlight, flares, cell phone charge ... read more

The Importance of Fall Car Care

October is Fall Car Care Month, and although it has come to end, fall car care doesn't stop here. October Fall Car Care Month was created to remind vehicle owners about proper preventative maintenance for your vehicle. October and November are weather changing months, which is the perfect time to get your vehicle in shape for Winter driving and holiday road trips. The Car Care Council reminds car owners during the fall season not to ignore issues with your vehicle and to have your car inspected before going on any road trips or long drives.  Winter can bring lots of rain, ice, and snow, so it is important to check your vehicle’s tires, brakes and windshield wipers to ensure that your car is prepared for the rainy weather. Bald tires can cause your vehicle to lose traction on the road in wet weather conditions. Getting stuck in rainy weather with windshield wipers that aren’t working properly can be extremely dangerous. Windshield wipers need to be r ... read more

Symptoms to Look Out for When Applying Your Brakes

You are probably well accustomed to the way that your vehicle's brakes work. Brakes are one of the most important safety features of your vehicle, so understanding when a problem may be occurring is vital to your safety on the road.  If you notice anything strange when applying the brakes, don't ignore it! Be sure to make a mental note of what you experience, when it is a lack in performance, strange noise, or something feels off. Then bring your care into Nerger's Auto Express as soon as you can. You never want to continue driving on a brake issue because the problem could progress and become worse over time.  Here are some symptoms to look out for when applying your brakes: Strange noises such as grinding or squeaking sounds A spongy brake pedal The pedal going to the floor Noticeable lack in how your brakes perform Vibrating brake pedal Burning smell after you brake As soon as you notice any of the symptoms listed above, give us a call here at Nerger ... read more

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