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Keeping up with maintenance is an important part of keeping your Ford Van running right. Not taking care of your vehicle when small problems arise will almost always turn into major repair issues. Something as simple as neglecting to change your brake pads will result in eventual rotor replacement, which is significantly more expensive than changing your brake pads. Even if you do keep up with maintenance for your van, repairs are inevitable. No matter how well we take care of our vehicles, many of them will need repairs, especially when they start reaching 100,000 miles. Regardless of whether you need Ford Van Repair now, or your vehicle is just starting to make strange sounds, we recommend bringing it into Renton Ford Service to have it looked at.

Our technicians can handle any size Ford van repair.

Ford Van Repair from an Accident

Aside from needing repair due to lack of maintenance or gradual wear and tear, accidents are another reason to bring your vehicle into our shop for Ford Van Repair. Having a tire blowout is one of the most common reasons that people visit us. While an accident that ruins your tires is an obvious reason to bring your van in for repairs, having a poor alignment that gradually wears down the thread on one of your tires may not be so obvious. If you notice that your van is veering off to either side when you drive, that means your alignment is off. While an alignment issue does not require an immediate fix, we suggest you take a closer look at your tire threads. A good way to check this is by inserting a penny with Lincoln’s head upside down into the tire thread groove, if you can see Lincoln’s entire head it means that your thread is less than 2/32 of an inch and it is time to replace it.

"Regardless of whether you need Ford Van Repair now, or your vehicle is just starting to make strange sounds, we recommend bringing it into Renton Ford Service to have it looked at."


Repair Your Ford Van's Brakes

Brakes are can be another tricky problem to spot. The problem with brake pads is that unless you check the thickness yourself, the only way you know to replace them is when they start squealing. However, because this sound is made from small debris getting stuck between your brake pad and rotor, many often think that this sound is harmless and keep driving until they hear grinding. If you are hearing grinding when you press the brakes in your vehicle, that means it is time for immediate Ford Van Repair. Grinding means that your brake pads are gone and the metal that was holding them is now digging into your rotors. This fix is not cheap, which is why we emphasize the importance of maintenance once again. To check your brakes, the wheels have to be removed, and if you do not possess the right equipment, time, or expertise to do this right, then we are happy to do it for you.


Common Aspects of a Ford Van Repair in Renton

These are some of the most common problems that can possibly arise in your Ford Van. However, we offer repairs for anything else that could go wrong. We know all Ford Van’s as well as the manufacturers do, so no matter what year or model your vehicle is, we will be able to get it back into running shape in a timely fashion. You may need something simple like your spark plugs, or you could need serious engine repair or anything in between. If you want professionals to handle your Ford Van Repair, then our shop if the right place to go.

Not only will we offer you repairs on your vehicle at a great price, but we will offer free advice on how to prolong the life of your vehicle. With many years of experience working on Ford van’s behind them, our technicians are well versed in how these vehicles work and what is most likely to break first. If you need Ford Van Repair now, then feel free to drive your vehicle into our shop at any time, located at 101 S.W. Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057. To schedule an appointment ahead of time, or ask one of our mechanics for advice on how to keep your van running longer and stronger, please give our front desk a call at 425-277-1345. We look forward to working with you!

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