New School: Automotive Mustang Automotive Technician Training

March 3, 2024

Mustang consumers are demanding. We want a safe, reliable vehicle that handles well and is comfortable to ride in. Oh, and we want good fuel economy, too. We also want vehicle repairs that are cheap, fast and easy. Unfortunately, one usually comes at the cost of the other.Today's vehicles have ma... More

Hitting The Brakes In Mustang

February 25, 2024

Hello Mustang, let's talk about brakes. But the mechanical aspects of the brakes themselves are just one issue. There's also the power brake pump and brake fluid. And then there are the tires, which are critical to the effectiveness of the brakes.Let's step back. A new vehicle or truck rolls o... More

What is a TSB? (Technical Service Bulletins)

February 18, 2024

If your vehicle had something in its design or production that the manufacturer had figured out had an unanticipated problem, you'd want to know about it. And you'd want it fixed. There is something that can help drivers with just such a scenario. It's called a Technical Service Bulletin, or TSB.... More

Check Your Shocks and Struts at Mustang Automotive

February 11, 2024

Today we're talking to Mustang drivers about shocks and struts. They're so easy for Oklahoma folks to forget about because they last so long and wear out so slowly. But your shocks are really responsible for keeping your tires on the road so they're very important.Without shocks, your wheels w... More

Bad Vibes

February 4, 2024

Your vehicle has a way of letting you know when something's wrong. Consider a vibrating steering wheel. It certainly didn't do that when it was new, so that shake is trying to tell you something. There are a few things that can cause your steering wheel to vibrate as you drive down the road. One... More

The Third Brake Light (Third Brake Light Service)

January 28, 2024

So you thought you only had two brake lights. Look again and you'll see one in the center at a higher level than the two on either side of the vehicle. They're sometimes in the inside of the vehicle behind the back window, or they could be in the deck lid, on the roof or on the spare wheel carr... More

For Brakes' Sake (Brake Rotor Service in Mustang)

January 21, 2024

Think of how much abuse your brakes take. Day in and day out, they stop your vehicle when it's going fast and when it's going slow. Maybe your vehicle has been vibrating when you brake, or maybe it seems like your stopping distance is a little bit longer than it used to be. Then it's time to get ... More

Fuel Saving Tip: Alignment for Your Mustang Vehicle

January 14, 2024

Imagine you've left Mustang and you're up in the arctic on a dog sled.Your dog team is pulling straight and true. You can cover a lot of ground quickly. Now imagine what would happen if one or two of the dogs wanted to go their own way and were pulling off to the side.That would slow you down. Yo... More

Wipe Out! New Wiper Blades for Mustang Drivers

January 7, 2024

When people in Mustang talk about vehicle safety, they think of tires and brakes. But do we think about our windshields? Isn't the ability to see a prime safety factor when it comes to driving around Oklahoma? Yet we often don't even notice our windshields until we can't see through them or our ... More

Clean Air for Your Engine: A New Engine Air Filter at Mustang Automotive

January 1, 2024

All of us in Mustang know we have to get the oil changed in our vehicles periodically. That's just part of good vehicle care. But when Mustang Automotive technicians change your oil, they also usually inspect your air filter. That's why they sometimes let you know that your air filter needs to be... More