Thursday, September 24, 2009

Free Diagnostics Check At AutoZone

You know that awful feeling you get when your check engine light comes on? I do, and it sucks! Even worse is the check engone light that never goes off (haha), I've had a few of those in my time. Anyway, before you start to worry or run to the dealership, run by AutoZone for a free diagnostics check. It might be something as simple as a loose gas cap, like my friend at Practical Manifestations (awesome networking and positive thinking website!!). Think of the time and money he saved by running there first instead of the dealership!

If you go to AutoZone on the web, you can locate a store near you. Autozone also has a benefits program called My Zone. Here's the scoop: "Registered users have unlimited access to thousands of pages of repair instructions through our free Vehicle Repair Guides. These Guides have vehicle-specific printable repair instructions covering a large number of models from 1950-2007. Registered users can also keep track of their vehicle's service history as well as sign up to receive e-mailed information about their vehicle, including, Technical Service Bulletin titles, recall notices and service reminders." All for FREE!

Thanks Bill (Practical Manifestations) for the comment (AutoZone tip) this morning. I really appreciate it! :)


Practical Manifestations said...

Awesome post, love the research you did and thanks for the plug! Bill

Angie said...

Thanks again!! :)

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