At GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, we understand that big trucks mean bigger risk on the road. Here are some tips to remember, to reduce the likelihood of an accident resulting in large repair costs next time you're on the job.
The automotive market is always fast-changing, and leaps and bounds have been made in the past couple of decades concerning both diesel and gasoline engines. With gasoline-powered trucks achieving more power than ever, purchase costs being lower, and fuel costs at an all-time low, many fleets are switching over to gasoline-powered fleets. However, diesel still offers some distinct advantages - it really depends on what you're looking for for your fleet of vehicles. Here are some points to consider, from GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, NJ.
This is a clutch gone completely wrong and something you want to be sure doesn't happen with your vehicle! So how do you ensure you are not having an issue with your clutch when most drivers simply get in and drive? What do you look for? That is a question many of our customers ask us here at GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township and one this driver did not.
Most commercial diesel engines these days are turbocharged. Turbos dramatically increase power and efficiency, particularly on diesel engines, which makes them a must-have item on engines that rely heavily on both. However, sometimes issues arise in turbo systems; at GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, we can fix that.
At GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, cars are our passion, so naturally, we like to keep up with new technology on the market. At the moment, surprisingly the current trend is moving towards a goal you may not expect; self-driving vehicles. You’ve probably heard about self-driving cars a little bit here and there on the news, but it likely still seems somewhere in the realm of science fiction to you. However, the reality is that self-driving cars are on the way and maybe here sooner than you think. Already, almost all major automobile manufacturers are dumping billions of dollars into research and development for self-driving cars, and even companies like Uber are jumping on board.
At GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, we’re not only here to fix your truck when something goes wrong...we’re here to help you understand your truck a little better, too. Here are some tips concerning your thermostat - how it works, what to watch out for, and what to do about it when one fails.
Your exhaust is an essential part of your truck’s sound, performance, and aesthetic. At GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, 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.
On a diesel pickup, a great exhaust is especially important. Besides making your truck look and sound better, a free-flowing exhaust promotes better engine performance and power. Whether you’re looking to replace a rusted and leaking system with a new one, open up the engine with upgraded exhaust, or have a new muffler installed, our technicians are more than happy to discuss options with you to get your truck looking, sounding, and feeling the way you want it. From ordering parts to installation, we’ve got you covered.
For exhaust system conversions or repairs, and for any of your other diesel truck repair and maintenance needs, our expert technicians have your back. For the best truck service repair shop in Jamesburg & Marlboro Township, call or stop by GC Automotive & Performance today.
Your transmission suddenly isn’t shifting right. So what’s wrong with it? Do you need your transmission rebuilt? Good question. Unfortunately, the answer is: No one knows. At least, not yet. To find out what’s causing your transmission problem, a technician is going to have to perform a series of tests. Basically, these tests are designed to answer the simple question: “Is it inside or outside?” That is, is the problem inside the transmission, or in one of the many control systems that operate the transmission?