Battery Services and Replacement Tempe

At Bullitt Automotive, we provide our customers with honest and reliable vehicle repair and battery services. As part of our Courtesy Inspection, whenever you receive an automotive repair at our shop, we also check your vehicle's battery to make sure it's working properly. Nobody wants to deal with a surprise dead battery–especially in the extreme temperatures of summer...

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Driveshaft Repair Service and U-Joints

Driveshaft repair service and U-Joints is a very delicate tune considering all the torque the transfer, the driveshaft is a rotating, mechanical tube that sends torque from the transmission to the differential. Driveshafts transfer a lot of torque and load with high speed vibrations and a twisting force. Driveshafts have to be strong but also light-weight and free of...

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Radiator, Thermostat and Pressure Cap

Most modern vehicles have aluminum radiators. These radiators are created by brazing thin aluminum fins to flattened aluminum tubes. The coolant flows through many tubes mounted in a parallel arrangement. The fins conduct the heat from the tubes before it is sent off to cool in the air flowing around in the radiator.

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Automotive Heater and Cooling System

Your engine temperature is maintained by the flow of anti-freeze, more commonly referred to as coolant. A coolant flush pushes anti-freeze through your cooling system in order to do a complete cleanse by clearing out all of the old anti-freeze and any contaminants that have built up. When you get a coolant flush, all of the old anti-freeze is...

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Engine Sensors used by ECU to Control

the fuel injectors can all open at the same time -- or each one can open just before the intake valves do (this is called sequential multi-port fuel injection). If the driver makes a sudden change, the sequential system responds faster because it only has to wait only until the next intake valve opens, and not the next complete...

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Can Automotive Batteries Get Old

This date tells you when the battery was shipped from the factory to a local wholesale distributor. The additional numbers indicate where it was made. Car batteries usually last from three to five years. But it's important to look out for signs or warnings that your batteries get old, like, a slow engine crank or low battery fluid....

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