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Tedious Repairs | Auto Repair Chico | Mechanic

We love to help, and one way we do that at Tedious Repairs is by providing helpful blog posts about how cars work and how you can look out for problems and get them fixed before they happen! We are always looking to educate our clients so they can feel self-reliant and confident on the road. We also try to cover a wide range of topics so our readers better understand all the fundamental principles that make automobiles work.

Topics we cover include car A/C, oil change, electrical system facts, heating and cooling systems, transmissions, suspension, and more. Have a suggestion or a comment? Please feel free to leave them below the post!

Of course, many of the issues we discuss here can be resolved by giving us a call and letting us handle the auto repairs for you. If that’s more your speed, just give us a call at (530) 826-4275!

Axle Wrap

Axle Wrap

What is an Axle wrap?  If you feel like your you having problems with leaf springs or axle wrap, Tedious Repairs offers top rated auto

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brake flush

Brake flush

What is a brake flush?  We know that brakes make your car stop. But how do they make it happen? Your brakes use a system

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car fuels

Car fuels

What kind of car fuels are used? Car fuels? Well, the most well-known, common car fuels is gasoline, but what are the others? Diesel is

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History of automotive electrical

Car Electrical Repair

Car Electrical Repair Near Me Car Electrical repair problems can be some of the worst vehicle issues to fix. Tedious Repairs has been offering car electrical

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Transmission Service Near Me

Transmission Service

Transmission Service Tedious Repairs offers transmission service on all makes and models, including CVT and European cars. If you are looking for top rated transmission

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Thermostat Repair Near Me

Thermostat Repair

Thermostat Replacement Thermostat repair is pretty common during the summer in Chico, Ca. Car’s start to overheat with no leaks, until coolant boils out of

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