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507-263-2120

Cannon Auto Repair

1709 Minnesota 20
Cannon Falls, MN 55009

Did you start out on your summer road trip and find yourself wondering, “Why is my car air conditioner not blowing cold air?” Because the heating unit in your car (which also uses the compressor) received a lot of use during winter, it could probably use a little attention from an auto air conditioning technician. The A/C technician will be able to tell you if it simply needs some fresh coolant added to the radiator, or if it needs something a little more extensive.

There are several reasons why your auto air conditioning unit is not cooling you down:

As you start on your road trip, you may be asking "Why is my car air conditioner not blowing cold air" Schedule an auto air conditioning service at Cannon auto repair.
05 Jul, 2019

Did you start out on your summer road trip and find yourself wondering, “Why is my car air conditioner not blowing cold air?” Because the heating unit in your car (which also uses the compressor) received a lot of use during winter, it could probably use a little attention from an auto air conditioning technician. The A/C technician will be able to tell you if it simply needs some fresh coolant added to the radiator, or if it needs something a little more extensive.

There are several reasons why your auto air conditioning unit is not cooling you down:

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For a quick answer—generally, tires that come on new vehicles will last for about 50,000 miles. Most tire manufacturers list the specific lifespan of their tires so that vehicle owners know about how many miles to expect out of their new tires.

There are several factors that impact how many miles your tires will go before needing to be replaced, including:

  • Quality of the tire
  • All-purpose or all-season tire
  • Type of car and how the tire is mounted.
  • Tread-wear rating (expected length of tread life).
  • How the car is driven.
Need to know when do tires need to be replaced? Regardless of the quality of regular tire service you have received, eventually you will need to buy new tires.
21 Jun, 2019

For a quick answer—generally, tires that come on new vehicles will last for about 50,000 miles. Most tire manufacturers list the specific lifespan of their tires so that vehicle owners know about how many miles to expect out of their new tires.

There are several factors that impact how many miles your tires will go before needing to be replaced, including:

  • Quality of the tire
  • All-purpose or all-season tire
  • Type of car and how the tire is mounted.
  • Tread-wear rating (expected length of tread life).
  • How the car is driven.
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Have you been noticing that your vehicle’s ride isn’t as comfortable as it once was? Possibly you keep bouncing as you go over potholes and bumps in the road. You’ve noticed that your car wants to lunge forward when you step on the brake pedal. You may wonder if the car struts, or shocks, are starting to go going bad.

So what causes shocks to go bad? Shocks will wear out over time in the normal course of driving as your vehicle accumulates mileage. However, if you are consistently driving over the bumpy street and hitting potholes and other obstacles in the road, they will wear out even more quickly than usual. When shocks go bad, the results can be dangerous, as it impacts the steering and stopping the performance of your vehicle. Replacing the shocks, or car struts, will improve stopping performance as well as increase the safety of your vehicle.

Here are a few issues to be aware of when your car struts or shocks are wearing out:

Wondering what causes shocks to go bad? Neglecting care of car struts or shocks impacts the driving safety of your vehicle.
05 Jun, 2019

Have you been noticing that your vehicle’s ride isn’t as comfortable as it once was? Possibly you keep bouncing as you go over potholes and bumps in the road. You’ve noticed that your car wants to lunge forward when you step on the brake pedal. You may wonder if the car struts, or shocks, are starting to go going bad.

So what causes shocks to go bad? Shocks will wear out over time in the normal course of driving as your vehicle accumulates mileage. However, if you are consistently driving over the bumpy street and hitting potholes and other obstacles in the road, they will wear out even more quickly than usual. When shocks go bad, the results can be dangerous, as it impacts the steering and stopping the performance of your vehicle. Replacing the shocks, or car struts, will improve stopping performance as well as increase the safety of your vehicle.

Here are a few issues to be aware of when your car struts or shocks are wearing out:

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