Hamburg Auto Repair

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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Winter Car Care Tips from Schultz Auto and Truck Repair

Winter Car Care Tips from Schultz Auto and Truck Repair

Winter is almost here. Throughout Buffalo and Upstate New York, the weather will just continue to get colder, bringing rain, snow, sleet and ice with it. As a driver, you need to be extra careful while out on the roads over the next several months. You should also be mindful of your car or truck’s maintenance. Here are some maintenance tips that will help you contend with the cold winter weather and challenging driving conditions: Check/Change Your Windshield Wipers Having effective windshield wipers will be helpful for visibility when there’s rain, snow, sleet or fog. Get your wiper blades checked out and replaced as needed. Test Your Battery If your vehicle is struggling to start on cold mornings, your battery may be drained. Visit Schultz Auto and Truck Repair for a battery test, recharge or replacement. Check Your Wheel Alignment Handling is ... read more

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Tire Care Tips from Schultz Auto and Truck Repair

Tire Care Tips from Schultz Auto and Truck Repair

Winter is coming quickly and it’s more important than ever to make sure your tires in good shape. They grip the road and help keep you safe when driving conditions get more challenging in Buffalo’s wet, snowy and icy season. Here are some of the things you need to know about tire maintenance: Tire Tread Depth Obviously, if your tire treads are low, you will lose traction and control. There is an easy way to check the tread depth at home using the “penny test.” Stick a penny upside down in the middle of your tire treads. If there is any space between Lincoln’s head and the top of the tread, then your tires are getting dangerously low. You will want to consider getting new tires before something bad happens. Uneven Tire Tread Wear Be sure and perform the tread test on all four tires (and probably the spare tire while you’re at it). Under ... read more

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Longtime Schultz Auto and Truck Repair Customer Shares Feedback

Longtime Schultz Auto and Truck Repair Customer Shares Feedback

Ken is a longtime customer of Schultz Auto and Truck Repair in Hamburg, NY. He recently posted a review on Google and we appreciate him sharing his feedback. We encourage all our customers to post reviews and share their stories on our site, on Yelp, on Google or on our Facebook page. Hearing what people think about our shop is what helps keep our team motivated to provide the best auto repair services around. Here is what Ken said in his post: "Some of the best, if not the best, auto mechanics in Erie County," he writes. "They fix what needs to be fixed and never try to hit you with stuff you don't need." Ken makes a good point there because honesty and integrity are the values that drive Mic ... read more

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The Differences Between Diesel and Gasoline Engines

The Differences Between Diesel and Gasoline Engines

Since we work on vehicles with both diesel engines and standard gasoline engines (as well as hybrids) at Schultz Auto and Truck Repair, we get this question all the time. What makes diesel and gas engines so different? The Similarities Let’s start by looking at the similarities. Both are types of internal combustion engines using a four-stroke process. They convert the fuel into power by repeated, controlled explosions that move the pistons up and down inside the cylinders. That motion turns the crankshaft and the car is able to be propelled into motion. The Differences Where diesel and gasoline engines differ is in how those explosions take place. A gasoline engine will mix the fuel with air. It is then compressed by the pistons and ignited by the sparks coming from the spark plugs. In a diesel en ... read more

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