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Don't Miss a Detail!

Don't Miss a Detail!

Average individuals commonly confuse car detailing with car washing. While both serve to clean your vehicle, the difference between the two types of services is very important. A car wash may remove the dirt, dust, salt, and grime that gets stuck on your vehicle's exterior, but it never involves cleaning the inside. On the other hand, a car detail involves a deeper cleaning of both the exterior and interior of your car. It is intended to make your vehicle look as new as possible from the inside out. At Rev Limit Auto Center, we are a NAPA AutoCare Center with ASE-certified technicians that can help restore your vehicle 100%.   What is Included in a Car Detail? Services may vary depending on your vehicle's needs, but we will go over the details of a car detailing service. Interior Clean - A detailer will carefully get every nook and cranny inside your car to get the best results. Our detailing team typically uses a combination of tools and products— including stea ... read more

What Kind of Dashboard Warning Lights Are There?

What Kind of Dashboard Warning Lights Are There?

Aside from hearing from a professional tech, your dashboard is the number one source when it comes to getting the latest updates on your vehicle's condition. Your dashboard will remind you of maintenance services, and it can also warn you of trouble. There are six essential warning symbols you should know about and never ignore: Battery Light The electrical fault light, or battery light, is outlined in the shape of a car battery. When it is up and bright on your dash, there is something wrong with your electrical system that may include the battery, alternator, or starter. Tire Pressure Light The tire pressure light, also known as the TPMS symbol, is another one of those lights you should keep an eye out for. The emblem resembles a tire with an exclamation point, and it signifies that one or more of your tires are underinflated. Driving on low-pressure tires is extremely dangerous. Not only are you prematurely wearing your tires, but it can also lead to deadly vehicle accidents ... read more

Don't Purchase A Used Car Unless You Get a Pre-Purchase Inspection!

Don't Purchase A Used Car Unless You Get a Pre-Purchase Inspection!

Buying a pre-owned vehicle from another person can often be a blind shot. While the seller (or dealer) may express that the vehicle is in great shape, it is difficult to tell its condition just by looking at its exterior. There could be an internal issue growing under the hood that may cost you hundreds or thousands to repair shortly, an expense that you aren't prepared for. This is why prospective buyers (and sellers) of used motor vehicles in Kapolei, HI, should prioritize a pre-purchase inspection.   You may be wondering, "What even is a pre-purchase car inspection?" and what it includes. A pre-purchase inspection is when you bring a used vehicle into our shop for a complete inspection. Our expert team will conduct a multi-point vehicle inspection and test multiple systems for their basic function. We put together a report for you that will include all the car's major parts' conditions and outline what repairs or services we feel that the vehicle will ne ... read more

What Are the Symptoms of a Bad Oxygen Sensor?

What Are the Symptoms of a Bad Oxygen Sensor?

An automotive oxygen sensor detects the presence of oxygen in the exhaust gases. The information is used to determine the number of parameters essential for combustion engine efficiency and emission control. Its role is to control combustion engine efficiency and emissions and ensure that appropriate fuel is delivered to the cylinders.   What Is an Oxygen Sensor Inside of a Vehicle? An automotive oxygen sensor is a piece of equipment you find inside modern cars, trucks, and motorcycles. It prevents the so-called knock from occurring, which can happen when an engine misfires or detonates too soon before it has finished burning its mixture of air and fuel. The sensor prevents knocking by detecting sufficient levels of oxygen present in the exhaust gases exiting from the cylinder head, and if there aren't, the system shuts down.   Oxygen sensors are mounted in the exhaust pipe to monitor the efficiency of combustion in an engine. Their job is to replace ... read more

Benefits of Automotive Window Tinting

Benefits of Automotive Window Tinting

Window tinting isn't just an aesthetic add-on. Tinting has irresistible benefits that have proven to be protective and functional. The process of getting the tint applied to your vehicle is affordable and straightforward. Here are the top benefits of getting your car windows tinted:   Extra Security & Privacy Vandalism and theft are more common crimes than you may think. Depending on the level of tint, it can prevent other people from lurking and making an attempt to steal things from your car. By tinting your windows, you'll feel a little bit more secure, knowing valuables in your vehicle are hidden.   Block Harmful UV Rays The continuous exposure to direct sunlight is way worse than you know. It can be especially harmful to people who spend most of their day driving. Tinted car windows can block up to almost 99 percent of damaging ultraviolet waves that cause skin aging and skin cancer. If you are concerned about your skin's health, we highly recommend ... read more

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