at 1018 Harrison Ave Suite 502, Arlington, 76011 United States
Dynamech is a family run corporation . We focus on one customer at a time, you! Our company strives on the best customer service we can offer.
We have been under the hood of anything that’s needed repair for over four years with an A rating from the Better Business Bureau. We know the ins and outs of auto repair and stay up to date with the latest in the auto industry. We bring our shop to you and guarantee all services. We will repair your vehicle quickly and for a price that is right. Exceeding the expectations of our valued customers is what we do.
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DYNAMECH Has been blessed with a new shop please come by and see us we are now located at: 1018 Harrison Ave Suite 502 Arlington TX 76011
We are still offering Decembers Brake Special in January and February. Also If you mention this ad when you call for you auto needs we will give you 10% off of your quotes Labor. Ask For Christopher or Matthew 682 286 8529
For The Month Of December here Is Our Special BRAKE SPECIAL $80 Brake Service (Front OR Rear pads, lifetime parts warranty on defects, check brake fluid levels and inspect other brake components) Now Offering Oil Changes: Conventional: $60 (Conventional oil change (up to 5 quarts) Washer and Brake fluid check, Engine coolant check, Visual inspect wipers, belts, and air filter) Full Synthetic: $80 (Synthetic oil change (up to 5 quarts) Washer and Brake fluid check, Engine coolant check, Visual inspect wipers, belts, and air filter) Most Vehicles Diesel Engine: $130 (Diesel oil change (up to 15 quarts) Washer and Brake fluid check, Engine coolant check, Visual inspect wipers, belts, and air filter)
Today take the time before you jump in your Car/Truck and speed off to do a walk around and listen. 1. Check the Tires do they look low in pressure? Do You have enough tread on the tires to grip the road? The reference for how much pressure should be in each tire can be found in the owners manual or on a sticker located around the front door. Remember for tread you can place a penny into several tread grooves across the tire. If part of Lincoln's head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32" of tread depth remaining. 2. Take time to look at your brake pads and rotors how do they look? In Most vehicles its harder to notice brake wear based on rotors alone you need to see if threw your spokes on your wheel you can see your pad thickness does it look like you are getting close to the wear sensor or backing plate. On Most imports (for example BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar etc.) The pads and rotors wear together so if your rotor has a big lip and grove on the inside then most likely you are due for a brake service and both pads and rotors need to be replaced. 3. For the first ten minutes of your commute today drive without the radio and leave the air on low or off if you can. Listen to your car/Truck and the sounds it makes while driving. Look for noises in the suspension, brakes, or motor compartment that sound out of place. Most of the time the radio or air can drown out these noises and you may never notice a problem until its too late
7 tips to help winterize your vehicle: 1. Get the right kind of oil change. Oil tends to thicken as it gets colder, and if it’s too thick it won’t do the best job of keeping your engine lubricated. Check your owner’s manual for guidance about which oil to use in different climates and temperatures. 2. Make sure you can see. When’s the last time you replaced your windshield wiper blades? They usually work effectively for about one year, so be sure to invest in some new ones if you’re due. Here’s another important step to take before you find yourself struggling to see in a blinding storm: Fill up your windshield washer reservoir with windshield washer fluid. (Plain water won’t do the trick at this time of year because it freezes.) Also check to see that your heater and defroster are working properly so you can keep the windshield nice and clear. 3. Give your battery a little TLC. This is an ideal time of year to make sure your battery’s posts and connections are corrosion-free and that your battery has all the water it needs. If your battery is more than three years old, have a certified repair shop test its ability to hold a charge. Granted, you might be able to find a Good Samaritan to help you jump-start your vehicle in the cold, but wouldn’t you rather avoid such a scenario altogether? 4. Examine your belts and hoses. When you have that full service done on your vehicle, make sure the belts and hoses get checked for wear and tear, even if you’re driving a modern car. Cold weather can do a number on belts and hoses, so they deserve attention. 5. Check your tire pressure. Your tires must be properly inflated to ensure you’ll have the best possible traction as you drive along, and traction is often severely jeopardized in wet, snowy or icy conditions. The air pressure in your tires has likely dropped as the weather has gotten colder, so it’s important to see where things stand now. (You can generally expect that you’ll lose 1 pound per square inch whenever the temperature drops by 10 degrees Fahrenheit.) Again, your trusty owner’s manual will tell you what your target tire pressure should be. 6. Do you have four-wheel drive? If so, it’s important to check the status of your four-wheel-drive system and be sure it’s working correctly, especially because most drivers don’t use their 4WD systems in the pleasant summer months. Be sure that the system engages and disengages easily, and that all drivers in your household know how and when to activate the system. 7. Get the antifreeze mixture just right. Aim for having a 70-30 mix of antifreeze (coolant) and water inside your radiator. This will prevent the mixture from freezing even at ridiculously cold temperatures. It’s easy to check the status of the mixture with an inexpensive antifreeze tester, which you can pick up at any auto parts store. If the mixture is off, your cooling system should be drained and refilled or flushed. Be sure you’re equipped to dispose of your old antifreeze properly if you do this job yourself. It can’t just be poured down the drain.
Dynamech LLC is based out of Arlington, TX, but we are expanding. Visit our website to learn more about us!