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Antifreeze Warning Signs

Temperatures are starting to drop in Wisconsin. Are you ready for the cold? The next time you grab a jacket as you leave the house, ask yourself if you’ve done the same for your vehicle. Instead of bundling up for winter weather, your vehicle relies on antifreeze. Like the perfect coat, antifreeze makes sure your… Read More »

Tips for Fall Car Care Month

October is Fall Car Care Month across the country. In recognition, we’re offering you an opportunity to review your car care habits and get your vehicle ready for fall weather! Is your car ready for Fall? Fall has officially come to Mukwonago, and with it comes unpredictable weather. As Fall Car Care Month, October is… Read More »

Longer Lasting Wiper Blades

When the rain starts falling in Mukwonago, you trust that your wiper blades will keep your windshield clear so you can see the road. The key to staying safe this fall is checking your wiper blades before the first storm. To test your wiper blades, run the windshield washer fluid in your vehicle. If the… Read More »

Fall Tire Check

Fall is in the air! As temperature drop and rain and snow start appearing in Mukwonago’s weather forecast, take the time to make sure your tires can handle the changing conditions. First, check your tire pressure. As an estimate, for every 10 degrees that the temperature drops, your tires will lose about 1 psi of… Read More »

S&S Research’s Commitment to our Community

At S&S Research, we are committed to giving a helping hand to those in need. Yes, we fix cars, but our work goes deeper than that. When we offer inspections for your family vehicle, our experienced technicians are helping you stay safe on the roads in Mukwonago. By thoroughly inspecting the components in your vehicle,… Read More »

Can I Put Off that Coolant Flush?

Coolant, also known as antifreeze, is responsible for preventing your engine from overheating. It flows through the cooling system to collect and transfer heat out of the engine. Fluid is cooled with the radiator then cycles back through the engine to repeat the process. Over time, coolant becomes old, used, and corroded. If left as… Read More »