Auto Repair Services Blog

Welcome to the Joyce Automotive auto repair blog! Check back regularly for new posts that will give you important information about how to take care of your vehicle, including topics such as towing, tires, commercial vehicle repair, transmissions, oil changes, vehicle tune-ups, wheel alignments, engine repair, and much more!

Tires Wearing? Car Difficult to Steer? It is Time for a Wheel Alignment!

Tires Wearing? Car Difficult to Steer? It is Time for a Wheel Alignment!

Most vehicle maintenance issues can be planned based on time or miles, but the need for wheel alignment doesn’t follow any set schedule. It could be months before your vehicle needs one, or it could be tomorrow. The reason for this is that there are so many things that can throw off the alignment in(…)

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How to Tell if Your Vehicle Needs Brake Repair Services

How to Tell if Your Vehicle Needs Brake Repair Services

While many vehicle maintenance and repair issues, if ignored, will only cost you in terms of higher repair bills later, brake issues can cost you dearly if ignored because brake failure can result in a very serious accident. Luckily, with only a couple exceptions, there are telltale signs that brake repair services are needed. One(…)

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Can Your Truck Reach 200,000 Miles? With Regular Truck Maintenance, It Is Possible

Can Your Truck Reach 200,000 Miles? With Regular Truck Maintenance, It Is Possible

Oddly enough, most people get really nervous when the miles on their truck, or car for that matter, climb over the 100k mileage mark without realizing that at that point, the vehicle could just be going through middle age. There are plenty of vehicles that are still kicking past 200k and the main key to(…)

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Top Reasons for a Regular Vehicle Tune-up

Top Reasons for a Regular Vehicle Tune-up

A discussion about the reasons for a vehicle tune-up must begin with what that really is. In the old days, a traditional vehicle tune-up included new spark plugs and filters. Older non-electronic ignition vehicles will still need this type of service regularly. Newer vehicles have electronic ignitions and fuel injection systems, so routine vehicle maintenance(…)

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