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Charge It in Tiffin for Extended Battery Life

Here's an interesting statistic for our in Tiffin, Ohio, drivers: Only 30 percent of car batteries make it to 48 months. And the life expectancy varies by where you live. It ranges from 51 months in extremely cold areas to just 30 mo... Read More

Courtesy Auto Repair Plus Often Asked About Premium vs. Regular Gas

Tiffin residents often ask the question: "Will using premium gas make my car run better?" The answer is simple. But first, let's talk about what exactly premium gasoline is.Different grades of gasoline have different octane ratings. ... Read More

Service to Improve Fuel Economy

The price of gas in Ohio has got people in Tiffin talking. It seems that Tiffin folks who need a bigger vehicle to carry family and gear, or provide four wheel drive, are hit especially hard. That is why we thought it would be good t... Read More

Keeping Your Car Young in Tiffin

As Tiffin consumers, we live in a disposable society. It's amazing all the stuff we throw away.New stuff comes out so fast in Ohio, and much of it is fairly cheap, so we just toss the old and move on. It seems like when we were kids o... Read More

Fuel Injector Cleaning at Courtesy Auto Repair Plus

In very simple terms, a fuel injector is a valve that squirts fuel into your vehicle engine. Your engine control computer tells the fuel injector how much fuel to deliver as well as the precise time it should be delivered. Of course ... Read More

The Courtesy Auto Repair Plus Guide to Tire Specs

You know you need new tires, but you're not sure what type. You look at a tire to get the size: 225, 50, R, 16, 92, H. All the way to the Tiffin service center you keep repeating it over and over. You even say it over in your mind wh... Read More

THE IMPORTANCE OF VISIBILITY (Cleaning Vehicle Glass)

We've all been through it. The vehicle ahead of us kicks up mud, slush, snow or salt on our windshield and we can't see a thing. And not being able to see a thing when we're driving? Not a good thing.Debris on a vehicle's glass can be blinding when driving directly into the sun. And other thi... Read More

Courtesy Auto Repair Plus Service Tip: Why Synthetic Oil Is Good For Your Vehicles

Hello Ohio! Today's vehicle care topic is: Synthetic Oil vs. Petroleum Based Oil. Synthetic motor oil is a substitute for petroleum based oil. If you aren't currently using it, why not? Synthetic motor oil maximizes engine power and ... Read More

Automotive Tips from Courtesy Auto Repair Plus: Serpentine Belt Tensioner

The serpentine belt tensioner applies pressure to the serpentine belt, maintaining optimal tension to drive the accessories like the alternator and A/C compressor. At Courtesy Auto Repair Plus we know that the service life of the belt tensioner is the same as the belt itself, so they should alway... Read More

Too Hot to Handle (Vehicle Overheating)

In the hot weather, seeing steam coming from the engine compartment is something we all dread. No one wants that to happen to them. But if you know the signs of overheating and how to deal with it, you may be able to reduce the risk of damage to your vehicle, maybe even prevent getting stranded ... Read More

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