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Are you trying to find the best Ford Repair Tulsa  has to offer? Then Check out RC Auto Specialists for more information on how we can help you fix your Ford Truck!

If you are like us, you love your Ford truck. You depend on it to get you where you need to go, and for the most part, it does an excellent job of getting there. However, like all machines, your Ford truck has its limits. When those limits are reached, things get messy — and it ends up in the shop.

You probably already have a list of things like this in your mind:

A) Engine problems

B) Transmission problems

C) brake problems

D) suspension problems

E) noise problems

F) unpleasantness problem (i.e., that “squeaky” sound it makes)

And while those are good ideas, they are probably not the best way to approach the problem. For most Ford Repair Tulsa, we find that a systematic approach is best.ked. First, we will fix the problem that causes the most damage, and then work our way down to the smallest problems. In  trying to address all of the above at once, we find that we often get into problems that can be cleaned up, but which, if addressed first, would have less than anyone else.

Here is a list of some of the most common repairs that we perform on Fords:







Lack of lubrication

Foreign object damage

The list goes on…

If you are in need of a particular component that is not included on this list, please contact us and we will advise you on the best approach to take.

1. Engine Problems

If you are experiencing poor performance or random detonations, it is likely due to an engine problem. These issues can be caused by a variety of things, such as too much oil, wrong fuel type, or dirty air filters. Get it fixed with a Ford Repair Tulsa today.

To address these issues, we will start  by checking the oil.  An easy way to tell if you have too much oil is to use a dipstick. When you reach the minimum axle weight, you should add more oil to the axle. Keep in mind that too much oil will cause your engine to smoke, so you must always use a caution flag when adding oil.

Next, we will check the fuel type. All Ford Repair Tulsa should use either gasoline or Diesel fuel.  It is rare to find a gasoline-powered ford these days.  In any case, you should use the recommended fuel type listed on the side of the tank.

Finally, we will check the air filters. These are located in front of the brake master cylinder. If you find that you are constantly using the brake, it is likely due to a clogged air filter. Every stop should be made and every brake applied with a gauge that shows how much air is being sent to the engine.

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2. Transmission Problems

Pain  is often the first thing to show up when there is a problem with your transmission. It is located in the car\’s engine, so a moving part of the car causes friction between the drivetrain Ford Repair Tulsa components. This causes heat, which is then transmitted to the transmission. Over time, this heat will cause the transmission to break down.

Unlike past years, Ford now offers a integrated stay connected package that adds a large input shaft from the engine to the transmission. This allows for a more efficient layout of the car, and it reduces the amount of heat entering the transmission. Additionally, the new design allows for better access to the transmission mountings.

To ensure that your stay connected driveability is not affected, you should regularly check the status of your battery with a tester. This will allow you to know if there are any issues with sag or if there are any current trends in battery performance.

3. brakes problems

A brake problem is usually caused by too much pressure  applying to the wrong lever. This causes the car to slow down, and it feels like someone is pulling on the brake pedal endlessly. Rather than pushing toward the floor, you should be pushing toward the sky. This stretches the muscles used for emergency breaks, and gets rid of the feeling that the car is being braked.

You should also regular check the brakes during a routine inspection. This will show you if there are any issues with rust or fade.

4. handling problems

A car\’s handling problems tend to be more complex than those seen with other vehicle types. There are no bright lines that show where the handling limits are. Instead, you will have to rely on the expert knowledge of your local mechanic. If you have doubts about how your car is being handled, ask your mechanic for a drive home report.

5. robot problems

Some cars are now being built with resale in mind. They are not only affordable, but they can also be  aesthetically  attractive, thanks to the decommissioned Love Beach body kits from Fizzik. These kits remove some of the more offensive aspects of car ownership, like the gas tank and exhaust, and provide a clean slate for your future paint job.

While these kits may make the car look different, they do not change the handling of the car. Your Ford Repair Tulsa mechanic will be able to tell if there are any changes in the handling characteristics of your car.

6. solar panels

Solar panels are a hefty upfront investment. They can cost anywhere from $20 to $400 per unit, and that is before you factor in the expenses of installation. However, if you are buying a new car, there is a good chance that it will have some form of solar panels built-in. Installation costs will vary depending on where you live, but ASE experts predict that you can expect to pay between $1 and $3 per watt for a brand-new battery pack.

Visit us online at https://rcautospecialists.com/ or give us a call at (918) 872-8115!