at 44135 Division St, Lancaster, 93535 United States
Experts in transmission repair and complete car care
Transmission Rebuild, Clutches, brakes, factory scheduled maintenance, electrical, check engine lights, radiators, overheating problems, A/C and more.
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Get ready for summer. A/C Systems check for $39.99. Check for leaks. Most Cars.
Congrats to all graduating students. Good luck in your journey if its high school or college or life!
Are you going on a road trip? Have AAMCO check your car.
Is your car making a noise. Have AAMCO check the noise out.
Happy Memorial day everyone!
LOOKING FOR!!!!!!!! Position: Promoter Duties: Promoting/advertising AAMCO Requirements: Must have communication skills, reliable, presentable, reliable transportation, and Spanish speaking is a plus. Hours: Part time. Work weekends. Please email your resume to email@example.com. Please don’t call. Company: AAMCO Transmission and Total Car Care, 44135 Division Street Lancaster CA 93535
LOOKING!!!!!! GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN As a General Automotive Technician you will be called upon to service a broad range of vehicle repair issues and quickly identify the cause of performance problems. You will handle challenging diagnostic problems and leverage your expertise and experience in helping our customers. Job Responsibilities Inspect, diagnose and repair automotive systems Explain discovered problems to service team as well as recommended repairs and course of action Continuously seek out and learn new technical information, equipment, tools and techniques Professionally record findings Job Requirements Minimum of 5+ years' experience working in the industry as a general automotive technician Hold a valid driver's license Own appropriate tools necessary for services performed Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certifications preferred Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a summary of your work history and your compensation requirements.
Come by and see our new location. We work on all makes and models of vehicle.
I want to welcome our new employee Alan Wilson. He has many years of experience with all makes and models of vehicles.
What was the top selling vehicle in the U.S. in 2013? A. Honda Civic B. Nissan Altima C. Ford F-Series D. Toyota Camry
IF YOU THINK YOUR FELLING HOT UNDER THE COLLAR, IMAGINE HOW HOT IT IS INSIDE YOUR ENGINE COMPARTMENT. THESE ARE THE DAYS THAT REALLY TEST A CAR. COME TO OUR SHOP AND WE WILL MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR CAR ARE PROPERLY CARED FOR.
GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN As a General Automotive Technician you will be called upon to service a broad range of vehicle repair issues and quickly identify the cause of performance problems. You will handle challenging diagnostic problems and leverage your expertise and experience in helping our customers. Job Responsibilities Inspect, diagnose and repair automotive systems Explain discovered problems to service team as well as recommended repairs and course of action Continuously seek out and learn new technical information, equipment, tools and techniques Professionally record findings Job Requirements Minimum of 5+ years' experience working in the industry as a general automotive technician Hold a valid driver's license Own appropriate tools necessary for services performed Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certifications preferred Please email email@example.com with a summary of your work history and your compensation requirements.
We will be open for business at our new location 44135 Division Street Lancaster Ca 93535 today!
We will be open for business at our new location 44135 Division Street Lancaster Ca 93535 on Monday July 14
Do you need a 2nd opinion on your vehicle?
Aamco of Antelope Valley will be moving to a better location and bigger faculty. We will be on Division and the cross street is J5. This move will happen Mid July.
DID YOU KNOW ITS ABOUT 4 TIMES LESS EXPENSIVE TO KEEP ONE CAR IN GOOD SHAPE FOR A LONG TIME THEN TO REPLACE IT EVERY 4 OR 5 YEARS. NUMEROUS LONG TERM STUDIES HAVE CONFIRMED WHAT SOME PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW. CONSTANTLY DOING ALL THE SMALL THINGS YOUR CAR SHOULD HAVE DONE WILL MAKE IT A SNAP. PUTTING THINGS OFF ONLY MAKES FOR A LARGER BILL LATER. COME SEE THE FOLKS AAMCO Lancaster AND WE WILL TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU AND YOUR CAR.
Happy Mother's Day!
What was your best vehicle?
Fill in the blank! "My first car was _____________."
More and more cars don't have a transmission dip stick to check fluid. It's a sealed transmission.
Happy Valentines day everyone.
We take extended warranties. Please call for details.
Happy New Year!
Here is the holiday schedule for the next week. 12/27 Saturday 8-5 pm 12/28 Sunday Closed 12/29 Monday 8-5 pm 12/30 Tuesday 8-5 pm 12/31 Wednesday 8-5 pm 1/1 Thursday Closed 1/2 Friday 8-5 pm
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from AAMCO.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone. Wednesday 8-5 Thursday.Closed Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-5
Here are some tips to maintain your vehicle: 1. Wash your car 2.Prepare for the season 3. Check engine light (Check it ASAP) 4.Follow the Manuel on maintenance 5. keep tabs on oil,coolant levels and air pressure
Rotating your tires is something you don't have to do but it will get you a few more miles out of your tires. First check your tires to see if they are rotational (an arrow on the side of the tire). If they are not rotational then rotate them front-to-back and also from side-to-side.
I want to welcome our new technician Victor. Welcome to our family.
NOT SURE IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE THE TRANSMISSION FLUID?? A transmission service varies by manufacturer and vehicle on how often it should be performed. For many automatic transmissions, The manufacturer's maintenance schedule does not need fresh fluid until 100,000 miles, Although its recommend at about 50,000. The way you drive and the amount of driving you do, such as frequent stop and go city driving hauling heavy loads may accelerate the deterioration of the oil. That kind of driving raises the operating temperature of the transmission, and heat puts more strain on the transmission and the fluid, which helps facilitate gear shifts, cools the transmission and lubricates moving parts. If you have not changed the transmission fluid in your vehicle and have more than 100,000 miles on the odometer. Come in to the Pros at AAMCO! We will gladly take care of that for you!
A car’s engine is always the most expensive part to repair. Don’t ignore warning signals (stalling, rough idling, and strange noises) that your engine may be having trouble. Get your car checked out immediately. Paying for a minor repair now could save you a huge expense down the line.
!!!!!!!JOB OPENING!!!!!!! AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN We are seeking a skilled and knowledgeable AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN to join our growing team of professionals at AAMCO. Tech will primarily focus on the diagnosing, repairing and maintenance of automotive systems. Job Responsibilities As a Tech, you will be working in a total car care repair center, with jobs ranging from standard maintenance to transmission R&R, to electrical diagnostics and everything in between. This position will be responsible for explaining technical diagnoses and needed repairs to service staff and team members. JOB REQUIREMENTS To be qualified for the Tech position, you must have at least 7+ years of automotive mechanical diagnosis, problem-solving, and repair experience. The Tech is also required to provide strong leadership skills and a customer-focused attitude to go along with a high level of motivation and energy. Other requirements include: Must provide own tools Current driver's license Ability to communicate solutions to others Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dig out your car owner’s manual and review the recommended maintenance schedule. Record on your personal calendar what services needs to be performed, and when, and stick to that schedule. Regular maintenance inspections can identify small problems before they become expensive ones.
WHAT "THE LIGHT MEANS"? The check engine light can mean many different things from a loose gas cap to a seriously misfiring engine. Ignore the warning, and you could end up damaging expensive components. If your check engine light is blinking, it is recommend not to drive your car. Its best to have it towed. Let AAMCO inspect your vehicle to determine what may be the cause of your check engine light to ease you mind. Come on by!
Vehicle maintenance schedules vary on how often the air filter should be changed. On most Chevrolet engines, for example, the recommended interval is every 45,000 miles, but Ford says it should be done every 30,000 miles on many of its engines. Hyundai also says every 30,000 miles but shortens it to 15,000 for "severe" driving conditions, which includes heavy traffic in hot weather and frequent driving on unpaved roads or dusty conditions. You might be able to tell by looking when a filter needs replacing, such as finding black areas on the section through which outside air enters. Air filters on most engines are fairly easy to access, and you can check the location in your owner's manual if you need help. If you can't tell by looking, but it's been more than three years or 30,000 miles, you probably should get a new one (especially if you can save money by doing it yourself). However, you should be leery if every time you get an oil change the repair shop says you also need a new air filter. We would expect most drivers can go more than a year, at least, and probably more than two years. A clogged air filter won't significantly affect fuel economy, according to a 2009 study conducted for the U.S. Department of Energy, but it can hurt acceleration by 6% to 11%. Acceleration is harder to measure than fuel economy, so you may not notice a gradual performance loss. For that reason, it's a good idea to periodically visually check the engine air filter.
!!!!!!!JOB OPENING!!!!!!! ASE MASTER TECHNICIAN We are seeking a skilled and knowledgeable ASE Master Tech to join our growing team of professionals at AAMCO. The Master Tech will primarily focus on the diagnosing, repairing and maintenance of automotive systems. Job Responsibilities As a Master Tech, you will be working in a total car care repair center, with jobs ranging from standard maintenance to transmission R&R, to electrical diagnostics and everything in between. This position will be responsible for explaining technical diagnoses and needed repairs to service staff and team members. Other responsibilities of the Master Tech will include: Diagnose and repair automotive systems -- brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, air conditioning and computer systems Transmission Removal and Installation Assist other technicians in performing technical activities Continuously learn new information and techniques Keeps store management aware of mechanical repair problems and inventory supply needs Maintain an organized work environment JOB REQUIREMENTS To be qualified for the Master Tech position, you must have at least 7+ years of automotive mechanical diagnosis, problem-solving, and repair experience. The Master Tech is also required to provide strong leadership skills and a customer-focused attitude to go along with a high level of motivation and energy. Other requirements include: Must provide own tools Current driver's license Ability to communicate solutions to others Must be punctual and bring a positive attitude to work everyday Strong knowledge of electrical systems Multi-tasking ability ASE Certifications Please email your resume to email@example.com
Changing brake fluid can be a slippery subject. Some manufacturers include it in their maintenance schedules and others don't. Mercedes-Benz, for example, says brake fluid should be replaced every two years or 20,000 miles, and Volkswagen says that should be done on most of its models every two years regardless of mileage. Subaru recommends fresh brake fluid every 30,000 miles. More Car Maintenance Coverage On the other hand, most Chevrolets can go 150,000 miles or 10 years, according to Chevy's maintenance schedule, and many Ford, Chrysler and Toyota vehicles don't list brake fluid as a regular maintenance item. Check your car's owner's manual to see what the manufacturer recommends. You might also want to discuss the slippery subject of brake fluid with a trusted mechanic if the manufacturer doesn't give any guidance. Don't be surprised if a mechanic suggests replacing the brake fluid periodically, because mechanics probably have seen what can happen if you don't. What can happen? Even though brake fluid dwells in a sealed system it still can absorb moisture over time, and that can lead to corrosion in the brake system. Moisture also lowers the boiling temperature of brake fluid, and that can reduce braking effectiveness in repeated hard stops. If the manufacturer lists a 10-year interval or none at all for replacing brake fluid, how often should you have it done? Every two or three years is probably too often, though if it helps you sleep at night, then go for it. Just be aware that some service shops, especially those that make their living by replacing fluids, might try to scare you with dire warnings that disaster is imminent unless you flush all your vehicle's fluids long before it is necessary. Unless the manufacturer calls for it sooner, we would wait four or five years and have it done at the same time as other brake work, such as replacing pads or rotors. Replacing brake fluid is cheaper than replacing brake lines or a master cylinder that has corroded, so don't automatically dismiss the recommendation of a mechanic as just salesmanship. And no matter who suggests fresh brake fluid, make sure they're replacing it with the type that is called for by the vehicle manufacturer. Some vehicles require DOT 3 fluid, others a different variety, such as DOT 5, so consult your owner's manual before you give the go ahead.
Save Your Clutch Don't ride your clutch in anticipation of shifts. You'll accelerate quicker and your clutch will last longer if you use it like expensive cologne—sparingly.
Look Left, Then Right Forty percent of car crashes occur at intersections, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, as do 22 percent of all fatal crashes. HOW TO...HANDLE ANY DRIVING SCENARIO
Stop a Spreading Crack If a rock has chipped your windshield, you can act fast and to avoid the $200 to $500 cost of a replacement. So long as the chip is smaller than a dime, a glass shop can fill the crevice with an optically matched resin that should forestall the spread of cracks. Most insurance companies waive the deductible and cover this cost-saving procedure. But anything larger and you might need a new pane of glass.
Limit Passengers "Statistics show that the more kids there are in the car, the higher the chances of an accident," says Jeff Payne, founder and CEO of Driver's Edge, a Las Vegas-based nonprofit that teaches kids defensive driving. The risk of having an accident increases fivefold with two or more teenage passengers, so make that the cutoff.
Ford a Stream Do not drive in water higher than the air intake, which is typically on the front side fender. Pick an area where the flow of water is slow and enter at an angle to cut down on the surface area of the vehicle being pushed against by the stream. Enter gently but with enough speed to cause a bow wave, which pushes the water forward, creating a shallower area, and ford at a constant speed.
Don't forget to drop off your new unwrapped toy at AAMCO. Thank you.
We will be Closed on 11/26/15-11/27/15, We will be open Saturday 11/28/15 8-5pm. Happy Gobble Gobble day!
Don't forget to drop off your new unwrapped toy at AAMCO. Thank you.
We will be closed: Thanksgiving 11/26 and Friday 11/27. We will open Saturday 11/28
Have a brake light out? We can change light bulbs.
KEEP YOUR FUEL TANK FULL Although it's never a good idea to run your fuel tank low, the damage you might inflict on your car with a near-empty tank during winter is worse. Cold and constantly shifting temperatures can cause condensation to form on the walls of a gas tank in the red, leading to water dripping down and into the gas. Since water is heavier than gas, it will eventually sink to the bottom. If water finds its way into the fuel lines, it may freeze up, blocking any flow of gas to the engine. Repairs can be costly. Despite high gas prices, keeping your tank full will help both your car and potentially save you money down the road.
Does you’re A/C need to be checked after this long, hot summer?