Tag: car mechanic

How to Become an Auto Repair Mechanic

Posted 9/2/19

What’s it take to be a car mechanic? We get asked that a lot at our Cincinnati auto repair garage—sometimes by high school or technical students learning about careers, sometimes by customers who are just curious. To put it simply, becoming a Cincinnati car mechanic...

The Path to a Certified Master Mechanic in Cincinnati

Posted 4/29/19

Ever wonder what it takes to be a professional car mechanic? First, you need to be passionate about cars, live and breathe them. To be a mechanic at our Cincinnati auto repair shop, you need to have a specialization in European vehicles, particularly Porsches, BMWs,...

Cincinnati Radiator Flush: 3 Myths that Can Kill Your Car

Posted 1/21/19

Our Cincinnati car mechanics hear it all. The truth is, most car owners are very ill-informed when it comes to radiator flushes and heating and cooling systems. Myths abound, and many of them can be highly destructive if believed. Let’s take a look at some...

Why You May Need a Brake Flush Service

Brake systems break down overtime. The rubber in the valves in the master cylinder, calipers and wheel cylinders deteriorate. These pieces break off and can contaminate the brake fluid. Plus, water, oil and other dirt and debris can get into your brake fluid. This can cause rust. That’s why many mechanics will recommend you flush your brake fluid every 30,000 miles or so. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, but you should have the brake fluid inspected. If the fluid is translucent, you should be fine. When it gets to be dark brown, you may be due for new brake fluid. Brake flushing removes all the old liquid, cleans out your brake system and replaces it with fresh.