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Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi

2118 S Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78416

  • Sales: 888-310-0891
  • Service: 888-359-4458
  • Parts: 888-714-2247

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Automotive Repair in Corpus Christi

For top notch repair in Corpus Christi, there are many reasons to choose Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi. We can help you prevent break-downs with oil changes and factory scheduled maintenance. Our Chevrolet service technicians are professionally trained and will repair your vehicle correctly the first time. Make sure your vehicle can keep up with your busy schedule by scheduling an appointment for repairs in Corpus Christi at Allen Samuels Chevrolet.

Our repair service facilities are second to none, which is why customers from all over Texas come to Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi for vehicle service. For high quality repairs in South Texas, Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi is your destination. Make a convenient online service appointment or give us a call at 888-359-4458. We look forward to helping your vehicle run like new for years to come!


Prepare Your Car For Winter

When it's freezing outside, a breakdown could become far worse than a mere inconvenience. To help prevent car trouble, the Federal Emergency Management Agency suggests you or your mechanic follow these 12 checkpoints to winterize your vehicle:

  1. Engine antifreeze. Check levels and add more, if necessary.
  2. Battery. When starting the car, pay attention to see if it starts without hesitation. Check positive and negative terminals for corrosion and powdery buildup. The terminals may need to be cleaned, or it could be time to replace the battery.
  3. Brakes. Check for excessive wear and add brake fluid, if necessary.
  4. Exhaust system. Repair or replace any leaks or crimped pipes.
  5. Fuel and air filters. Replace them according to your vehicle's maintenance schedule.
  6. Fuel. Always keep plenty of gas in the tank, both to avoid running out and to prevent fuel lines from freezing.
  7. Heater and defroster. Test both systems to make sure they blow warm air. Testing an electric defroster (found in many rear windshields) might require the help of a mechanic, or you could simply wait for the next time the windshield fogs up.
  8. Lights and flashing hazard lights. Check and replace any that are dim, fogged or not working.
  9. Oil. Check the level and add oil, if necessary. You can find the recommended level in your owner's manual.
  10. Thermostat. Watch the temperature gauge on your dashboard; it should stay near the center line under normal driving conditions. If the needle goes much higher or lower, it could be a sign of a faulty thermostat, which could lead to engine trouble.
  11. Windshield wiper equipment. Repair any problems and maintain the proper level of washer fluid. Fill the windshield washer reservoir with a solution for cold weather, which can be purchased at most auto parts stores.
  12. Tires. Replace them if they are excessively worn. All-weather radials are usually adequate for winter conditions, though some especially inclement regions have laws requiring vehicles to be equipped with chains or snow tires.

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