1. Air Conditioning Maintenance

    Living in sunny southern California has may benefits, including the constant sunny and warm weather, the beautiful landscape, as well as the close proximity to the Pacific Ocean. As much as you may enjoy this incredible weather, your car is working hard to provide you with the cool air necessary to stay comfortable while traveling in warm weather. Your air conditioner plays an integral part in keeping you cool while in the car, so having it regularly checked out can help ensure that it is performing at its highest capacity. When your car is getting maintenance for your A/C unit, a measurement …Read More

  2. What’s Leaking From My Car? – Part 3

    Hopefully, you’re finding this series of blogs all at once, and have not waited 3 weeks to determine whether or not the leak in your car is listed in our blog post. If the liquid that you have been trying to identify hasn’t been any of the ones that we’ve mentioned thus far into the series, there are still a few other liquids in your vehicle that could be leaking. We are going to cover two more liquids that could possibly be leaking from your vehicle and require pretty immediate repairs. Power Steering Fluid Turning the steering wheel of your car is something that is pretty necessary whe…Read More

  3. What’s Leaking From My Car? – Part 2

    In our last blog post, we covered a few different liquids that could be leaking from your car and how you can best identify them. While the chances of it being either of those liquids is a possibility, they are not the only liquids that leak from vehicles and aren’t necessarily the ones that are leaking from your vehicle. The team of professional mechanics at our local auto repair shop have built on the list of liquids that may very well be leaking from your vehicle. Brake Fluid One of the parts of a vehicle that people rarely correlate with liquid are the breaks. While it may seem like an u…Read More

  4. What’s Leaking From My Car?

    While most people don’t know why their car is leaking, it’s a pretty general understanding that leaks are never a good thing. At Kearny Mesa Auto Repair, we work with different types of cars each and every day, and we meet plenty of people that are unsure what it is that is leaking from their car. Rather than run tests on every part of your car that requires some sort of fluid, we have broken down the different fluids that are most likely to be leaking from your car. That way, when you come into visit our automotive repair shop, you can at least provide us with a centralized area of where …Read More

  5. How Often Should You Replace Your Tires

    When you live in San Diego, it’s hard to deny that a majority of time spent is on the road. Between the traffic and the long drives from one spot to the next, our car definitely gets quite a bit of miles on it. In our last blog post we touched on the importance of wheel rotation and the effect that it can have on your car, but today we are going to talk about another element of car efficiency and safety, and that’s your tires. Replacing Your Tires Replacement tires aren’t cheap, especially if you’re looking for tires that are going to last you a long time. While they aren’t always th…Read More

  6. Can Your Vehicle Avoid Winter Blues?

    If you’ve been planning a trip to a winter wonderland, you must first know all about winter breakdowns that may occur if you bring your Kearny Mesa vehicle along with you. In our previous post, the #1 repair shop, Kearny Mesa Automotive, started giving drivers some of the most common car problems that cause breakdowns by extreme cold, here are a few more. Stripped Teeth Did you know that your car’s water pump can freeze in extreme weather? If your vehicle's’ water pump becomes frozen, your engine may strip the teeth off of the timing belt, which could lead to expensive internal engine da…Read More