Let the automotive repair specialists from Master Automotive Centers in Las Vegas, NV fix your car. We offer complete automotive and transmission service. We also offer preventive maintenance services for domestic and imported cars and trucks.
Minor automotive problems are often easy to miss or take for granted. However, failure to address them immediately may lead to severe damages. Before your car problems escalate and require more complex and expensive repairs, have your vehicle checked. Schedule an appointment in our auto service center by dialing 702-876-3200.
Apart from providing better vehicle control and easier gear shifting, fixing your transmission system can also get rid of the annoying “Check Engine” light you see in your dashboard. Having your transmission repaired instead of replacing it or buying a new vehicle can also help you save thousands of dollars.
Discount, Performance, and OEM Mufflers
One of the most important aspects of your vehicles is the exhaust system. Muffler, one of its parts, is required to reduce sounds that are emitted from your engine. This makes your car ride far more quiet and comfortable.
In using the right muffler, you should:
Find The Correct Size
Think About Price
Think About Purpose
Smog Test and Smog Repair
Every state has a set of requirements for car registration. In most counties in Nevada, you cannot get your car registered unless you pass an emissions test. Your car needs to undergo smog checks to make sure that it is burning its fuel efficiently. Once it meets the requirements, you can have it registered. Otherwise, you need to have it repaired to address its problems immediately.
The catalytic converter is used to help convert harmful pollutants into less harmful emissions before these pollutants leave the exhaust system. Catalytic converters reduce the following emissions:
Carbon Monoxide: A colorless and odorless poisonous gas to humans.
Hydrocarbons and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds): The largest components of smog that are mostly created by unburned fuel.
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx): NO and NO2 together are called NOx and are a significant contributor to acid rain and smog. They also cause irritation to the human mucus membranes.