Archive for the ‘Service and Repair’ Category
How to Prevent Your Vehicle from Overheating?
A variety of reasons can cause the vehicle’s engine to overheat and make white smoke come out from under the hood. It could also cause serious damage to the engine and car. If you’re wondering how to prevent your vehicle from overheating, continue reading this blog by Eric Von Schledorn in Milwaukee, WI, to find out about simple-yet-effective tips that keep such events at bay.(more…)
Car Parts Order and Installation Services at Eric Von Schledorn
Do you need new parts for your car? Aren’t sure how to get the parts you need from your vehicle’s manufacturer? If you are near Milwaukee, WI, and find yourself in this predicament, order parts here at Eric Von Schledorn! From part identification to installation, our team of experts is here to help you every step of the way.(more…)
Where to Get Efficient and Affordable Car Maintenance near Milwaukee, WI
Are you looking for efficient and affordable car maintenance near Milwaukee, WI? At Eric Von Schledorn, we offer what we call Quick Lane Vehicle Service. Designed to give you quick access to high-quality work, Quick Lane tackles the most common issues modern vehicles see, such as oil changes, brake replacements, and battery testing.(more…)
Car Maintenance and Repair at Eric Von Schledorn
Does your car need an oil change? How about a tire replacement? If you are wondering where you should get your vehicle serviced near Milwaukee, WI, visit us at Eric Von Schledorn! From regular car maintenance to major car repairs, we are ready to help you get back on the road.(more…)
How Often Should I Drive My Vehicle?
We’ve now spent over a year staying at home more and driving less. While you may be saving gas and mileage by driving your car less frequently, not touching that ignition often enough can have various side effects on your vehicle. Here are a few things to keep in mind.(more…)
Ways You Can Make the Brakes in Your Car Last Longer
To give you the braking power you need when you need it, the brakes in your car will need to be replaced occasionally. While replacing the brakes is inevitable, you can maximize the longevity of your brakes by simply adjusting your driving habits and where you drive. Here are a few ways you can do that.(more…)
Guide for Checking the Oil Level and Color in a Vehicle
Let’s face it – the oil inside your vehicle will need to get changed. In some cases, vehicles may also leak oil, which requires the driver to occasionally check the oil level. What if you never checked your oil before? Thankfully, you don’t need a professional to get your oil checked. Checking your oil is one of the easiest and quickest ways to keep tabs on the health of your vehicle and can be done right at home! Learn how to check the oil in your car here at Eric Von Schledorn.(more…)
Fall Vehicle Care and Maintenance Tips for the Milwaukee Area
Fall has arrived. This means cooler weather, bright fall colors, and fresh, crisp leaves. Another, less-publicized aspect of fall, however, is the pre-winter ritual of vehicle maintenance.
It’s important to have one’s vehicle in tip-top condition before the winter hits. This is especially important here in the Milwaukee area, where we’re beset by both the notoriously savage Wisconsin winters and, for many of us, the rigors of city driving.
What fall maintenance should one have performed on their vehicle in order to be ready for winter?(more…)
Ideal Oil Viscosity for Your Car
A trip to the oil section of your local parts store may result in a bit of shock. There are, after all, just so many oils out there. How do you know which one you should choose? What’s the ideal oil weight for your vehicle?(more…)
Automotive Power Failure Due to Pickup Sensor Failure
The sensor housed within a car’s pickup coil is a very important part of a car. As it helps to trigger a signal to the car’s ignition system, the sensor tells the system to fire a spark within the correct order through a current picked up and processed by the vehicle’s ECU or ignition system.
What happens if a pickup sensor fails? Can this result in power failure within a car?(more…)