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Auto Repair

Diagnostics of your car is sometimes very simple and uncomplicated. Other times it is amazingly complex and frustrating. Cost can be reasonable in most cases, but in a few can become costly. Training for our technicians, sophisticated (and expensive) diagnostic equipment, computer databases, and sophisticated tools all required to get the job done right. It is important to understand that all diagnostics fees are the process of finding the problem DO NOT include labor or parts to repair the problem. We stand ready to meet your needs and look forward to repairing your vehicle. We welcome your questions and will provide a complete explanation for all the technical issues which might arise. You may request to see your old parts (in advance) and in most cases can take them. Some remanufacured parts must be returned back to the supplier. You may keep them by paying the required core charge. We find that there are several levels of diagnostics. It will vary from problem to problem. The more information we can get from you, the easier it will be to narrow the problems down. We are here to help you.

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Services

Maintenance services
Lube,Oil, and Filter ($29.99 Regular Price MOST CARS)
Maintence Service (15/30/45/60/75/90/105/120)
Brake service (INCLUDING ABS,Traction control systems)
Flush Services(brake,coolant, trans, engine and diff)
Pre Purchase Inspection
Safety Inspections
Tune Up (MAJOR OR MINOR)
Belts and Hoses
Air Conditioning
Engine & Transmission replacement
Automotive services
Check Engine light (Diagnostic)
Clutch jobs (2 year 24,000 mile warranty)
Cylinder head valve jobs
Complete engine overhauls
Transmission overhauls (manual and automatic)
Differentials
Suspenision (front end, struts, shocks)
Axle jobs (cv boots or complete)
Radiator (new or repairs)
Electrical (major or minor)
Failed smog checks
Diagnostics
Other Services
Exhaust work (muffler and Catalytic converter)
Windshield
Brake and light inspections
Paint-less dent repair



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Al’s Auto Center
711 N. Fair Oaks Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91103
626-844-8711

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Tires


New and Used Tires in Pasadena

Stop in today at Al’s Tire for great deals on New and used tires.  We specialize in finding the right tire for your vehicle and giving you the best price possible.  Family owned and operated, Al’s tire is the place to go for tires and service for residents of Pasadena and surrounding areas.  We pride ourselves on providing excellent service and selling quality parts and services at a fair price.

Al’s Tire Shop uses state-of-the-art tire and service technology to ensure your vehicle is serviced right.  This is why our customers continue to return time and time again.  Please don’t hesitate to call or email us with any questions.  We are happy to answer any questions or concerns.

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New and Used Tires in Pasadena

Stop in today at Al’s Tire for great deals on New and used tires.  We specialize in finding the right tire for your vehicle and giving you the best price possible.  Family owned and operated, Al’s tire is the place to go for tires and service for residents of Pasadena and surrounding areas.  We pride ourselves on providing excellent service and selling quality parts and services at a fair price.

Al’s Tire Shop uses state-of-the-art tire and service technology to ensure your vehicle is serviced right.  This is why our customers continue to return time and time again.  Please don’t hesitate to call or email us with any questions.  We are happy to answer any questions or concerns.



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For Wholesale Inquiries Please contact:


Essa Rabadi
909.660.9262
erabadi@alstireshop.com

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909.660.9262
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Tire Care Tips



Proper inflation

Ensure maximum performance and a long life from your tires by checking the air pressures at least once a month and set them to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended pressure(s) listed on the vehicle’s tire placard or in your owner’s manual. Always check and adjust your air pressure when your tires are cold, preferably first thing in the morning before driving. Never release air pressure from tires when they are hot. Wait until the tires cool down and recheck, adding air or releasing as required. Falken endorses the use of nitrogen in your tires because it helps your tires maintain optimal pressure for longer periods of time and reduces the amount of moisture inside of the tire and wheel assembly.

*Some plus size applications may require different air pressure(s) than what is listed on your vehicle’s placard or owner’s manual. In this case, please consult your tire dealer or Falken Tire for proper inflation pressure(s).

Tire Rotation

Falken recommends rotating your tires at least every 5,000 miles (8,046 km) and periodically inspecting your tires to make sure they are free of road hazards (such as nails, screws, large wood splinters, etc.) that might penetrate your tires causing them to lose air pressure and to ensure they are wearing evenly. Common irregular wear patterns are: misalignment wear, where the tire shows excessive outer or inner tread wear. Improper inflation: tires that are under inflated will exhibit both shoulders of the tread wearing down at a faster rate, while overinflated tires will have the center tread area wearing down at a faster rate. Tire sidewalls should also be inspected for cuts, snags, bruises, and weather cracking. If any of these noted conditions are present during inspection, we recommend returning to your servicing tire dealer to be corrected to ensure long tire life.



Tire Replacement

We recommend replacing your tires when the tread wears down to the wear bars (2/32”), which are located across the tread in several locations around the tire. If only two tires are being replaced, the two new tires should always be installed on the rear of the vehicle to aid in preventing your vehicle from hydroplaning, even if your car is front wheel drive. It’s always recommended to have your new tires balanced during installation, and alignment checked if the previous tires show irregular wear. Tires that have been in use for 5 years or more should continue to be inspected by a qualified tire specialist, at least annually. It is recommended that any tires 10 years old or older from the date of manufacture, including spare tires, be replaced with new tires as a precaution even if such tires appear serviceable and even if they have not reached the legal worn out limit at 2/32”. In the event that you get a flat tire while driving, it is best to find a nearby, safe place to stop and install your spare tire or call a tow truck. The less distance that you drive on your low or flat tire, the better chances your tire has of being repairable. Once you are able to get to your local servicing tire dealer, have them dismount the tire from the rim and thoroughly inspect the inside of the tire. If the interior of the tire, inside and/or outside sidewall are compromised from driving on the flat or underinflated tire for too long, the tire should be replaced. If the tire is deemed repairable after inspection, it should be repaired with a plug and patch or plug/patch combination to correctly repair the tire. Never use a rope type plug, as this does not correctly seal the tire, and may lead to tire failure.


Proper inflation

Ensure maximum performance and a long life from your tires by checking the air pressures at least once a month and set them to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended pressure(s) listed on the vehicle’s tire placard or in your owner’s manual. Always check and adjust your air pressure when your tires are cold, preferably first thing in the morning before driving. Never release air pressure from tires when they are hot. Wait until the tires cool down and recheck, adding air or releasing as required. Falken endorses the use of nitrogen in your tires because it helps your tires maintain optimal pressure for longer periods of time and reduces the amount of moisture inside of the tire and wheel assembly.

*Some plus size applications may require different air pressure(s) than what is listed on your vehicle’s placard or owner’s manual. In this case, please consult your tire dealer or Falken Tire for proper inflation pressure(s).


Tire Rotation

Falken recommends rotating your tires at least every 5,000 miles (8,046 km) and periodically inspecting your tires to make sure they are free of road hazards (such as nails, screws, large wood splinters, etc.) that might penetrate your tires causing them to lose air pressure and to ensure they are wearing evenly. Common irregular wear patterns are: misalignment wear, where the tire shows excessive outer or inner tread wear. Improper inflation: tires that are under inflated will exhibit both shoulders of the tread wearing down at a faster rate, while overinflated tires will have the center tread area wearing down at a faster rate. Tire sidewalls should also be inspected for cuts, snags, bruises, and weather cracking. If any of these noted conditions are present during inspection, we recommend returning to your servicing tire dealer to be corrected to ensure long tire life.


Tire Replacement

We recommend replacing your tires when the tread wears down to the wear bars (2/32”), which are located across the tread in several locations around the tire. If only two tires are being replaced, the two new tires should always be installed on the rear of the vehicle to aid in preventing your vehicle from hydroplaning, even if your car is front wheel drive. It’s always recommended to have your new tires balanced during installation, and alignment checked if the previous tires show irregular wear. Tires that have been in use for 5 years or more should continue to be inspected by a qualified tire specialist, at least annually. It is recommended that any tires 10 years old or older from the date of manufacture, including spare tires, be replaced with new tires as a precaution even if such tires appear serviceable and even if they have not reached the legal worn out limit at 2/32”. In the event that you get a flat tire while driving, it is best to find a nearby, safe place to stop and install your spare tire or call a tow truck. The less distance that you drive on your low or flat tire, the better chances your tire has of being repairable. Once you are able to get to your local servicing tire dealer, have them dismount the tire from the rim and thoroughly inspect the inside of the tire. If the interior of the tire, inside and/or outside sidewall are compromised from driving on the flat or underinflated tire for too long, the tire should be replaced. If the tire is deemed repairable after inspection, it should be repaired with a plug and patch or plug/patch combination to correctly repair the tire. Never use a rope type plug, as this does not correctly seal the tire, and may lead to tire failure.


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Front Brake Pad Special – $99

Winter Maintenance Special – $24.99

Rotate tires, Balance 4 Tires, Complete 64 point Safety Inspection

10% off your first visit

FREE Tire Rotation with any new tire purchase.

$25 OFF Any Repair Service

(minimum Purchase $150)

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