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ARTICLE ON YOUR VEHICLES HEATING SYSTEM

Staying Warm in the Alaska Cold Turning a knob on your dashboard is just the first step of your vehicle’s heating system. There’s a lot more involved in getting heat inside your vehicle to keep you warm. Before turning your heat on, it is best to allow the engine to warm up first. Once your…

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A&A The Shop Speaks Out on the Subaru Head Gasket Issue

Subaru makes one of the best engineered automobile engines in the world but, A&A the Shop has seen an increasing number of Subaru cars with failing head gaskets. This generally happens around the 100,000 mile mark and needs to be repaired quickly, before even more extensive damage occurs to your car’s engine. While Subaru is…

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Helpful cold weather tips to keep your Subaru going.

Living in Alaska means keeping you Subaru going in extreme environmental conditions. As temperatures dip down to single or negative digits there are a few things you can do to help your Subaru make it through the cold periods. The key focus would be on the electrical operating system. Batteries are basically an electrical storage…

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PRESS RELEASE: MARCH 16TH, 2015

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 16TH, 2015 LOVE YOUR CAR WITH CARE! Local repair shop owner publishes book for customers to resource. ANCHORAGE, AK, March 16th, 2015 – Since 1996, Kurt Adler has been providing quality auto repair on Subaru’s. After almost twenty year s, Kurt and his team are providing inside tips and hints…

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