Posted on 9/23/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
A radiator helps to keep the engine of your car cool. It takes the heated coolant that has just passed through your automobile's engine and runs it through fins. These fins help to take the heat and push it outside of your car. The cooled off coolant then passes through the engine again, completing a cycle that is designed to keep as much heat as possible off your engine so it does not overheat.
Posted on 9/9/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
Do you have a car that costs more to repair than it is worth? Or a car that you simply cannot sell, no matter how many times you have lowered the price? If so, it may be time to think about selling your car to a junk or salvage yard. A junk or salvage yard purchases cars that other people do not want. The working parts can be pulled off of the car and sold to those in need of the parts, and the metal can be recycled. If you are thinking of selling your car to a junkyard, here are a few important steps that you should take first.
Posted on 8/19/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
It can be deflating when your vehicle starts to show signs of age and is continually in the shop. Not only is stressful. Is it really worth it to buy a new car? Below, let's take a look at how to evaluate how much value is still left in your car, and whether keeping your old car is the best option.
Posted on 8/9/2019 12:57 PM By Ace Auto Parts
ST. PAUL, MN - Don and Rob Kloek, the father and son owners of Ace Auto Parts, have donated the use of their secondary building to the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. The building will be used as a community outreach office on the North End of St. Paul.
Posted on 8/5/2019 9:43 AM By Ace Auto Parts
There is no denying that new tires are usually the best from a physical standpoint. They have full tread and can last for years. The problem is that new tires are expensive—sometimes shockingly so. If you need a full set, it can set you back hundreds of dollars or more! Even one brand-new tire can cost from $100 to $300 or more, depending on the brand and model you choose. What do you do if you don't have that kind of money hanging around, but you do need one or more tires to be replaced?
Posted on 7/22/2019 1:50 PM By Ace Auto Parts
Ace Auto Parts buys junkers! Believe it or not, you can make quite a few extra dollars by selling your vehicle to a junkyard. That's right; even if the vehicle is simply worn out or has been in a wreck, there are still a few things you can do to turn a profit on a vehicle that no longer has any use. Here's a look at why selling your vehicle to a junkyard is an excellent choice and a few ways you can maximize what you get back for you junk vehicle.
Posted on 7/8/2019 1:46 PM By Ace Auto Parts
If you have no problem getting dirty or building things without instructions, repairing your vehicle with parts from a junkyard might be everything you've been wanting to get involved in. So what are the perks you may ask? Here's a look at how you can save serious amounts of money by visiting a junkyard for vehicle repair parts.
Posted on 6/24/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
Many usable auto parts end up in salvage yards every day, including tires. If you need tires for your automobile, and money is tight or you don't want to invest in new tires, you may be considering buying used tires. Knowing what to look for when you buy used tires helps to ensure you are getting tires that are safe and have life left in them. Here are three important factors to consider anytime you are looking at purchasing used tires.
Posted on 6/10/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
Do you have a car sitting in your yard that could be called vintage if it ran and was missing a few dings? It seems like no matter what price tag you put on it, you can't get any takers and your wife, mother, or neighbors are calling it an eyesore. They say you ought to get it towed, but you just don't want to sink any more money into that thing. A salvage yard like Ace Auto Parts could be the total answer to your problem.
Posted on 5/20/2019 4:00 AM By Ace Auto Parts
Many car owners strongly prefer to use only OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts on their cars. This is an easy goal to reach if the cars are currently in production, because automakers also continue to produce parts for those vehicles. It is also fairly easy to do for older cars if the vehicle in question has become popular with car enthusiasts. In those cases, parts production may even be resumed to meet the continued demand.