S&S Automotive Incorporated

W305 S4990 Highway 83, Mukwonago, WI 53149   (VIEW MAP)

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Why you Need a Transmission Flush

transmission flush

The problem with transmission fluid is that you can’t always tell when it is dirty just by looking at it. Transmission fluid is often a bright red or green color. When you look into the fluid while your car is parked, it may seem clean and clear. But hidden underneath is dust and debris waiting

Common Problems with Coolant/Antifreeze

antifreeze

Your vehicle’s coolant flows through the engine to keep everything running at the appropriate temperature. Coolant, also known as antifreeze, is mixed with water in the radiator at a precise ratio to create radiator fluid. The chemical fluid prevents the water in the engine from freezing on cold days while at the same time preventing

Brake System Maintenance 101

brake system

When it comes to safety and your vehicle, there is nothing more important than a healthy brake system. At S&S Automotive, our ASE-Certified technicians will thoroughly look over your brake fluid, brake lines and brake pads when you bring in your car for your next scheduled preventive maintenance visit. Research has shown that brake fluid,

Check your Windshield Wipers this Fall

windshield wipers

When the rain is pouring down while you’re driving this fall, the last thing you want is a pair of windshield wipers that leave streaks behind on your windshield. Not being able to clearly see the road is a serious safety concern! Before you find yourself in that situation, check your windshield wipers! Because windshield

FALL CAR CARE TIPS

fall weather

It’s mid-August which means September is coming at us fast and with it comes a new season… While the fall weather here in Wisconsin can offer much in the way of scenery, it can also present some unique challenges for drivers throughout the state. As temperatures begin to fall, leaves begin to change color and

Tire Rotation FAQ

tire rotation

It is a little known fact that tires can last up to 20% longer when they are regularly rotated. While length of use is important, regular tire rotation also improves fuel efficiency. The best recommendation is to rotate your tires every 6,000 miles and keep that as part of a routine maintenance schedule. What causes

When Your Car Overheats: What to Do Next

With temperatures now approaching the highest point they’ll be all year, your vehicle’s engine will be feeling the heat for the next couple of months. Luckily, there are ways to combat the sun’s effect on your vehicle to make sure you don’t have an overheating engine to deal with. Keep an extra bottle of coolant

Five Reasons for Steering Wheel Shakes

steering wheel

The vast majority of drivers have experienced steering wheel vibrations at one time or another. Car parts can break or fail after continued use, and it’s not uncommon for vehicle components to need to be replaced. Because your steering wheel is your connection to both your car and the road, your first indication that something

Vehicle Belts 101

vehicle belts

As we celebrate National Car Care Month in April, here are a few factoids about vehicle belts to keep in mind: • Belts in today’s vehicles are designed to last for years, and you may even know people who have never replaced them… • But if you ever hear a loud, sharp squealing come from

Winter Damage to Watch for this Spring

winter damage

Surviving the winter often seems a marathon for Wisconsin drivers and as we near the finish line, can you be certain that your vehicle is in the clear? The answer: you can’t. But you CAN check for common winter damage and get it fixed now before it causes even bigger problems this spring/summer. Damaged Wiper