Transmission trouble codes are particularly annoying to the average driver. You might know what a misfire is, but what does it mean when you get a code for a failed governor pressure solenoid? Fortunately, Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, DE is here to help.
Once you know what's in your transmission, and what’s connected to it, it’s much easier to understand how it works. Let's take a look at how it all comes together. At Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, DE, we want to make sure you know how your car works so you can keep it in great condition.
The condition of your transmission fluid can tell you a lot about the condition of the transmission itself. At Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, DE, we want to help you be aware of what to look for and what we look for when servicing your transmission.
When something goes wrong on your vehicle, it can be tempting to take the cheapest route. With eBay, Amazon, and the countless other sources for car and truck parts on the market today, many people decide to go that route to save some money. Here are some points to consider when buying quality automotive parts, from Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, DE.
At Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, DE, we’ve got every answer to your transmission questions and needs, and answers to a lot of things that fall outside of that realm as well. Today, we’re talking about the ABS light - an issue that plagues many modern drivers at some point or another.
Your exhaust is an essential part of your truck’s sound, performance, and aesthetic. At Dempsey's Service Center, Inc. in Newark, our technicians are ready and able to provide any exhaust service your Chevy, Ford, or Dodge diesel requires, from stock repairs to completely custom installations.
Tune-ups are an important and frequently neglected aspect of automotive care. Most drivers don’t really consider the mechanical condition of their car, so long as nothing is wrong with it. However, if a vehicle is tuned-up and maintained correctly, many mechanical failures (and expenses) will be avoided altogether. So whne is the right time to get a tune-up?