Category Archives: Electrical Auto Repair

WORN OUT ROTOR FROM A RANGE ROVER SAN DIEGO CA

WORN OUT ROTOR FROM A RANGE ROVER SAN DIEGO CA

We see this all too often and not just on Range Rovers or SUVs in general. Every driver knows how important your brakes are during the daily operation of your vehicle. Therefore it is important to keep your brake assembly in good repair. It is a part of your vehicle that is meant to wear down but it is important to replace them before they become worn out. Worn out brakes and rotors can possibly lead to brake failure which will not only result in a more expensive repair it can also potentially cause an accident. We want to do everything we can to help you avoid such a dangerous scenario, so if it has been a while since you’ve had your brakes checked, let us know. Here at Japanese Carmasters we can quickly perform a brake check and give you an idea of when you can expect to have your brakes replaced. This is all in an effort to keep you and your passengers safe. Therefore give us a call whenever you have questions about how to best maintain or repai ... read more

AUTO ELECTRICAL ISSUES SAN DIEGO, CA

AUTO ELECTRICAL ISSUES SAN DIEGO, CA

If you experience electric issues while driving your vehicle or just trying to start it your electronic display is not working correctly or your radio turns on or off. These could point to damaged electrical wires. Wires can get crossed, the coating on them can become worn or melted. There are times when they can even be chewed! Chewed by what you ask? Rodents such as rats or mice can oftentimes be the culprit. Rats and mice look for small crevices to hide in any time of year but especially in the winter when it is cold outside. The holes and crevices within your vehicle’s chassis can provide them with the perfect hovel to stay warm and dry. To avoid this issue, it is best to keep any dry feed for animals including cats and dogs that you might keep in the garage away from your vehicle. Keep your garage as secure as possible making sure that all ventilation holes have proper coverings on them to discourage rodents. Rodents in your Vehicle in San ... read more

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