Power Steering Repair
Austin Mobile Mechanics offers quality power steering repair for motorists in Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, and Cedar Park and surrounding areas. If you're experiencing a decline in power and control over your steering, head on down to Austin Mobile Mechanics for an honest inspection and diagnosis. We make sure all our customers receive the proper care and treatment you wouldn't expect from a local auto repair shop. We have been working on and servicing vehicles for years gaingin the experience you depend on for power steering repairs that will make sure you don't have to come back twice.
Excellence and quality customer service is our main drive when dealing with locals and their cars. We provide expert advice and services, and never offer a service you don't need. We honor your trust when bringing your mode of transportation into our garage, and make sure it's properly taken care of to it's entirety. We service all residents living in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, Jollyville, Del Valle and other surrounding areas, continuously providing all of Austin, TX the best power steering repair at an affordable price.
Power Steering Leaks
If you have a power steering leak then Austin Mobile Mechanics can help. Power steering leaks are one of the most common problems we see with this crucial system in a vehicle. The leaks occur from a torn hose or from a malfunctioning pump. The leaks typically will start slowly, but in some cases, they may be fast and could cause a lot of problems for you when you're trying to steer the car. Either the case, if you notice any brown fluid on the ground beneath your car in the garage or on a parking lot, then it's time to call in the professionals at Austin Mobile Mechanics in Austin.
When you bring your car into us, we will check the fluid levels. If the levels are extremely low, it usually will indicate that there is a leak in the pump or in another component of the system. We will also examine the fitting and hoses leading to the steering components of the vehicle. Sometimes, a loose connection could cause a small leak. Low fluid levels may also cause a lot of noise to come from your steering pump. This is something you may or may not be able to notice while you're driving.
Contact us to schedule an appointment. We will inspect your car carefully and will check the power steering fluid. Usually, the appearance of the fluid can indicate how well the system is running. Fresh power steering fluid is red. If your fluid is gray, foaming, or has bubbles, it could indicate that there is a problem in the system.