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Auto Repair in Palmdale, CA

No doubt you’ve heard Los Angeles described as having a distinct ‘car culture.’ Part of the joy of living in Southern California is owning a car so you can easily enjoy all the wonderful things there is to do and see in our part of the country. But with car ownership comes important maintenance and repair responsibilities. If you want to continue to enjoy your vehicle, you’ll need a reliable and reputable repair shop that can keep your car in top shape. It’s been said that one of the most important professional relationships you can develop is with a trustworthy mechanic.

Palmdale Elite Car Care has been servicing and repairing the vehicles of the greater Los Angeles area for over thirty years. We are one of the most reputable auto repair shops in Palmdale, California. Just check out our Yelp and Google ratings and see what our loyal customers have to say.

If you need auto repair or maintenance, go ahead and stop by or visit our Palmdale locations. Our ASE-certified technicians are always on hand to help you with anything you need. Just a few services we offer include brake repair, timing belt inspection and replacement, alternator repair, radiator and water pump repair, transmission replacement and even total engine replacement. Our services maintain your new car warranty, so feel free to see us for all of your routine maintenance needs including oil changes, 30/60/90 services, tune ups, filter replacements and brakes.

The best thing you can do for your car is to keep current with routine maintenance services. Simply having your oil changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, your front brakes changed at 30,000 miles and your rear brakes changed at 60,000 miles, and your timing belt changed every 70,000 to 90,000 miles will extend the life of your car by years. If you haven’t been keeping up with your routine maintenance, you may be noticing problems with the different systems of your car. For example, squeaks, squeals and roars indicate it’s at least time for brake pad replacement and could also indicate the need for brake fluid and the repair or replacement of the rotors. As the ‘lifeblood’ of your car, it is very important that your engine oil be as clean as possible. The oil will naturally pick up dirt and debris as it ages, and this dirty oil will then be recirculated, causing premature wear and tear on the different parts of your engine, causing your engine to run sluggishly and adversely affecting gas mileage as well. The timing belt may only alert you with a slight knocking sound in the front of your engine, but if it breaks down you will be instantly stranded. The timing belt is what causes your engine to run, and once it wears or breaks you are looking at a pricey repair bill.