When your vehicle’s Check Engine light comes on and stays on — come directly to Mr. Lube. Check Engine light is triggered by a wide range of causes on many vehicles and some of them is simple as you’re overdue for oil change. But it’s important to identify what the issue is. Mr. Lube Technicians will do a diagnostic check which will help them the right recommended service or repair for your vehicle, if one is called for. Of course they are able to reset the Check Engine light too.
The serpentine belt is a continuous single belt that drives several devices in your engine, such as the power steering pump, water pump, air conditioning compressor and alternator. If this belt breaks, all of these systems will be shutdown and your vehicle will be overheated. A regular inspection and probable serpentine belt replacement from a Mr. Lube technician will allow all of these vital systems keep your vehicle on the road.

A sign that indicates the serpentine belt may require replacing is an unusual noise or screech from the engine section caused by a frayed, worn or split out belt. Mr. Lube Technicians visually check the serpentine belt for splitting, fraying, glazing (the working frame of the belt becomes glossy from age and wear) or any other damage. If required, your Mr. Lube technicians will take away the old serpentine belt and install a brand new one.
Whether on the exterior or interior, lights are a significant vehicle safety feature. They help you clearly see the road, be seen by passerby or other drivers, navigate around the traveler cabin and communicate essential engine system information.

Mr. Lube technicians have the technology and tools to diagnose and decipher all those dashboard warning lights. And we can willingly test and check all of your exterior and interior lights and replace any malfunctioning bulbs if required.

Please note: Not all Mr. Lube service center offer all Engine Services. Please call ahead to ensure the services are available.
Signs and Symptoms You Need Serpentine Belt Service:
  • #1 Black smoke comes from exhaust
  • #2 Engine stalls
  • #3 Check Engine light or other warning lights come on
  • #4 Engine overheats
  • #5 Vital engine components like power steering cease to operate
  • #6 The belt itself shows signs of fraying, cracking, splitting or glazing
  • #7 Loud noise or screech from under the hood, particularly when you accelerate
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