Sing me a car repair song
Sooner or later it happens. You are driving going about your own business, Suddenly there is a thud and a thud. The vehicle dies. It’s time to call an expert auto repair shop; make an appointment and bring the vehicle into the store.
Vehicles are complex machines. Literally thousands of things can go wrong. Some small, some big. From windshield wipers to exhaust systems, from brakes to transmissions, from a horn that no longer sounds to that computer control system going crazy.
Most people go to a favorite auto repair shop. They tend to get to know mechanics, trust them, and stay with them for years to come. But sometimes it’s time for a change. Maybe the guy who knew all about your vehicle is gone. It’s time to check in a new place.
Bill Tronco at Keller’s Auto is the man every customer knows. Because they bring their vehicle problems to him, and they trust him to solve the problems. He and his mechanics put the vehicle back in perfect condition.
Keller’s Auto & Tire is located at 47 E. Main in Flemington. He’s been there since 1990.
“We are a premium auto repair service in Flemington,” says Bill. “We treat our auto repair professionals well because we value their skills and positive attitude. “
It’s no wonder that Keller’s is the place where customers return again and again with their domestic and foreign cars.
What brings customers to Keller’s may be that the pesky check engine light needs to be resolved, or your vehicle may need a full tune-up. Maybe you need brake, shock and strut repair, chassis and suspension repair. Need new tires? Check fluids? NJ Emissions Inspection?
When this check engine light comes on, it can indicate a variety of problems. You might just need a hose or belt replacement. Or it could mean that your radiator is shot or the water pump needs to be replaced.
A specialty of the professionals at Keller’s Auto is the repair of heating and air conditioning.
Another is the diagnosis and repair of the electrical system – including not only the starter and alternator, but also the electrical locks, antenna, steering, windows, etc. Plus “excellent transmission service provided by highly trained Keller technicians”.
And which vehicles are served? Pretty much any domestic or foreign-made vehicle – check the list on the website. Bill Tronco has two clients with Teslas who come in for service. Keller’s is open Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 6.30 pm. Closed Sunday. There is a courtesy shuttle if required.
For more information and to make an appointment, call Bill Tronco at 908-386-4068. And visit the website at Kellersllc.com for a lot more information.
Russell Crosby “developed a love for cars at a young age, buying and dismantling his first truck at the age of 10.” So this man begins his story and the adventure that lasted his life.
Russ’s Wrench is located at 154 Center Street in Clinton. One of his specialties in recent years has been the maintenance of zone emergency vehicles. In addition to general maintenance, he installed emergency equipment and lighting, lettering and decal, large diesel engines, as well as programming and installation of electronic equipment.
It is one of the few auto shops in Western New Jersey with the equipment and expertise to handle advanced programming and installation of electronic equipment in vehicles. In addition to managing emergency vehicles, Russ brings this expertise to your domestic or foreign car.
Check that the engine light comes on? Russ’s key can trace the problem and fix it. A free loan car can be provided if the customer requests it.
From brakes and shocks to replacing your hybrid battery, from exhaust systems and full scheduled maintenance to replacement transmissions and engines, this shop takes care of the problems.
Right now, a good reason to stop and check out this operation is the Marine Corps Toys For Tots program. Donate a toy between December 9 and 13 to Russ’s Wrench. The Marine Corps will collect the toys and distribute them.
Russ’s Wrench is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 908-323-2570 for an appointment. And visit RussellsWrench.com.
Many other auto repair shops can be found in the area. They come in all sizes and capacities. To find out about businesses near you, do a Google search. Just type auto repair, your city, and go from there.
If you are new to the area, you may want to familiarize yourself with an operation before dealing with a major problem. Pull over to a spot and have them replace the wiper blades or bulbs. You will know right away whether or not you want to have a more important relationship.
Al Warr can be reached at 610-253-0432 or [email protected].