Hall's Auto Tech

at 5025 Huntington Dr N, Los Angeles, 90032 United States

Hall's Auto Tech


Hall's Auto Tech
5025 Huntington Dr N
Los Angeles , CA 90032
United States
Contact Phone
P: (323) 224-1883
Website
www.Hallsautotech.com

Description

In 1984 Hall's Automotive opened for service by a father and son and since then Hall's Automotive has grown into a business that strives on perfection with every job. At Hall's Automotive we not only repair your vehicle's current problem, but we also provide any preventative maintenance necessary, to ensure that your vehicle runs as well as it should as long as it can. Through our preventative maintenance program, we know your vehicle will run longer, which means more money in your pocket.

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Car care tip #12 Belts and hoses: A broken belt or ruptured hose can cause costly engine damage and travel delays check for weathering on the belts by seeing if cracking is visible on the underside of the belts. Also note if you can see any thread coming off the belt.. For hoses see if the hoses have expanded almost looking like a blimp or feel very soft. These are simple signs that will tell you when its time to change your belts and hoses. -Hall's

Published on 2012-04-11 22:25:37 GMT

It's the beginning of the week, and as fall is here and winter is approaching you can't forget to check your windshield wipers for drying, cracking and normal wear and tear. the three worse things that can happen with a worn widow wiper blade are scratching of your window, smearing of dirt, and having low visibility during a rainy day. Be prepared for this rainy season and save your self an accident by just checking your window wiper blades and getting new ones if necessary. Drive Safe -Hall's

Published on 2011-09-26 17:25:22 GMT

Tip Of The Day - If you happen to see a gasoline tanker filling the tanks at your local gas station, use another station. while the underground tanks are filled, the turbulence can stir up sediment. Sediment in your gas can clog fuel filters and fuel injectors, causing poor performance and possibly necessitating repairs.

Published on 2011-09-22 17:01:04 GMT

How did every ones weekend go? Here at Hall's we celebrated three birthdays Joseph hall, Joe Hall, and Martha Hall. What a weekend, tell us about yours.

Published on 2011-09-19 15:57:11 GMT

-Rainproof Your Windshield Manufacturers recommend replacing your blades every three months. Keep a spare set in your trunk. A product such as Rain Clear can also help minimize the work of your wipers; spray it onto the glass every few weeks. In some light rains, it makes the wipers almost unnecessary. Check your wipers.

Published on 2011-09-16 15:58:54 GMT

Tip Of The Day: If battery terminals are heavily corroded, the quickest and easiest way to clean them is to pour carbonated soft drink over them. It will eat the corrosion away. Baking soda mixed with water will also do the trick.

Published on 2011-09-14 17:40:28 GMT

Tip of the day: Here are some things you will want to CHECK EACH MONTH! oil level -- add oil if low and check for leaks hoses -- replace if bulging, rotten, or brittle belts -- replace if worn, frayed, glazed, or cracking tire pressure -- add air if low coolant or antifreeze -- add more if low air filter -- replace if dirty inspect tires for leaks, damage, bulges, or uneven wea

Published on 2011-09-12 19:44:32 GMT

Tip of the day: A quick tuneup before a long trip is a good idea -- especially because it could improve your fuel economy by 4% to 12%. When was the last time you had a tune up?

Published on 2011-09-07 20:20:34 GMT

Tip of the day: Always remember to get regular maintenance done to your vehicle, such as oil changes, transmission flushes, and coolant flushes. this will ensure your car runs better and lasts longer. For information on when to have these things done check out your owners manual or you can stick with a 3000 mile base for oil changes. 30000 for transmission flushes, and 25000 for coolant flush.

Published on 2011-07-14 19:53:37 GMT

Tip of the day: The summer is here and it is hot especially for you car. make sure you have sufficient coolant, and oil. Also make sure to check to see if your hoses are cracked or have expanded and are weak these are signs that you will need a new hose, before it breaks and your stuck in this weekends carmagedon.

Published on 2011-07-12 19:15:23 GMT

Tip of the day: Here are some things you will want to CHECK EACH MONTH! oil level -- add oil if low and check for leaks hoses -- replace if bulging, rotten, or brittle belts -- replace if worn, frayed, or glazed tire pressure -- add air if low coolant or antifreeze -- add more if low air filter -- replace if dirty inspect tires for leaks, damage, bulges, or uneven wear

Published on 2011-07-05 17:26:31 GMT

Tip of the day: Avoid driving at high speeds and accelerating quickly, especially when it’s very hot or very cold outside. Such driving behavior will result in more frequent repairs. Also Please spread the word on Hall's Auto Tech facebook page. Once we get a bigger fan base we can start to do promotions and discounts.

Published on 2011-07-02 18:44:45 GMT

Tip of the day: Don't carry unneeded weight in your vehicle. Excess weight puts a heavier load on the engine, causing greater fuel consumption.

Published on 2011-07-01 21:16:35 GMT

We will soon be offering discounts and more, as well as installing a referral program so you can get even better deals, so start spreading the word - When was the last time you checked your engine?

Published on 2011-07-01 01:39:05 GMT

Tip of the day: getting regular Every 30000 miles help ensure your transmission will last above 140000 miles. Most people who don't have there transmission flushed will have thief transmission replaced at approximately 140000 miles

Published on 2011-06-30 21:30:52 GMT

Tip of the day: The hot summer sun that makes the inside of your car feel like a sauna also zaps fuel from your gas tank. "If you let your car bake in the sun there's going to be a greater amount of evaporative emissions that take place than if you park in the shade," says Jim Kliesch, research associate at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy and vehicle analyst for GreenerCars.com.