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The Best Auto Repair Advice You Will Find

Auto Repair


We know that there are times when your vehicle is having problems or you have a complete breakdown that you may not have the opportunity to get to Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton, if by chance that does ever happen we would like to share some tips to help you while your out of our reach.

Try to avoid the larger chain stores

A smaller family owned auto repair shop may be a better option, due to the fact that they need to build long term relationships with their customers to earn repeat business. Additionally, the day may come when you need to get your previous repair records for routine maintenance of fluids and parts and having them spread out to several shops may prove difficult in tracking them down.

Always ask an estimate upfront

You should not allow anyone to start working on your car without giving you an estimate for how much the work is expected to cost. In many states you are entitled to: An estimate – Before beginning any repairs, the auto shop must provide you with an estimate showing the estimated price for parts and labor and obtain your authorization. Sometimes the only option available is an estimates given over the phone so even though a written estimate carries more legal weight it may not be feasible. Many times an estimates is simply just an estimates, so it’s possible your bill could be slightly higher, if you see anything that is in excess of that stated amount possibly get a second opinion.

Do your own research

It doesn’t take long to do a little research on your estimate. Many common repairs can be found online to give you a better understanding of what the mechanic may be performing on your vehicle. Sadly some of the less ethical shops out there can try and pad your invoice with non-essential task that most people would over look.

Communicate with as much detail as possible with the service advisor or mechanic

When you bring your vehicle into an auto repair shop try and give the service advisor or mechanic as much information regarding the problem as possible. Letting them know if your vehicle is making strange noises when does that noise or rattle start…while going around corners, just after you start the vehicle and so on. This will give the shop a better directions and they can most likely diagnose the issue sooner and help getting you back on the road quicker.

Learn as much as you can about the auto repair shop

If possible, ask around town and see if they know of the shops reputation. Also consider researching a few online reviews while understanding even a bad review can be insightful if the shop owner responds to the bad review with an effort to resolve the complaint. Additionally, feel free to stop in and check it out before making your decision. Is everyone friendly and professional? Is the shop clean and organized? Just by performing some do diligence can go a long ways into choosing an auto repair shop.

Always follow up with questions regarding repairs

Unfortunately, far to many customers fall into the trap of padded bills. Be it adding additional unnecessary repairs, upping to repair time or even listing repairs that aren’t even performed. Any honest auto repair shop wont be insulted if you ask to see the old parts or even point out the new parts installed if they are in a viewable position on your vehicle.

Follow the the service advisors’ demeaner

The service advisor, is generally your contact person at the front desk and your go between to the auto mechanic. If they are short with repair descriptions or easily agitated when you ask questions this may be the best time to request a manager or find another shop.

We hope these tips will be helpful if you’re ever away from an Orozco’s Auto Service location when you’re in need of emergency auto service. Always drive safe!
Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Car Care Information For Those With Cars, SUV’s and Trucks

auto care


People often see a commercial for ” Car Care” and don’t know exactly what it means. Well Car Care means exactly what it implies, caring for your car. But what are all these cares and shouldn’t all auto repair shops maintain the care of my car, SUV or Truck? Many auto repair shops may do a great job at a certain tasks not all shops are the same. For instance, when you bring your car, SUV or Truck to Orozco’s Auto Service for maintenance, we give your vehicle a 21 point inspection and then make recommendations for your car’s care. Additionally, we always maintain detailed records of any maintenance or repairs we perform. Another benefit of our regular car care is you can later prove that your vehicle has been well maintained, and this will always pay off when your ready to resell it. Lastly, it’s important to know that regular car care comes at a cost, while it’s not always cheap, it can ultimately help you avoid future costly repairs.

Below are some Car Care tasks you can handle on your own and some that you should leave to the pros at Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton.

Personal Car Care

Every month, or every few gas fill-ups and especially before any longer road trips, it’s a good idea to open the hood of your car and check your fluids. This can include the oil, brake fluid, steering fluid, transmission fluid and coolant levels while the engine is cool. Low levels of either can lead to engine problems if left unchecked. Always refer to your owner’s manual to locate the inspection ports on your specific vehicle.

Windshield wipers usually need to be replaced about once a year due to the diversity of Los Angeles weather, or if the effectiveness of cleaning your windshield is compromised. One simple trick to check your wipers is use the windshield wiper-washer occasionally to check the effectiveness of your wipers before you’re stuck in the rain.

Now days with todays gas prices it’s more important that ever to have well-maintained tires that are not only safe but also fuel-efficient, make it a habit to visually inspect your tires often. Check your tire pressure every month, and before long trips or carrying an extra load. Don’t forget the spare. Always keep a tire pressure gauge in the vehicle, it will be needed to check your tire pressure. Also, during the colder months, note that tire pressure drops one pound with every 10 degree decrease in pressure. Your owner’s manual will tell you how much air pressure your tire needs.

Waxing your vehicle every six months after washing it won’t just keep it shiny, it’ll also help to keep both the paint in good shape and help reduce the chance of rust. Many road irritants such as dust, sand, and winter road salt can build up and environmental factors like ozone and ultraviolet light can cause microscopic damage, but waxing can help minimize this by forming a protective seal to extend your paint’s life. Always consult with a professional to determine the best automotive wax for your vehicle.

The lights on your vehicle aren’t just so you can see at night, they are also an import part of driving safely in day or night. Unfortunately, it’s a simple function of your vehicle that can be easily overlooked. Once a month, turn on your headlights when the vehicle parked in front of a flat surface and check that both headlights are working properly and well-positioned. Then walk around your vehicle and visually inspect both turn signals and your parking lights. Have a friend stand behind the car while you engage the brakes to be certain that your brake lights are functional. If you’re on your own you can always back close to a flat surface as stated before in reverse and see through your rear view mirrors if they are working.

Your engine’s air filter is what regulates air flow into your engine and help keep out debris and dust particulate. When you make certain that your air filter is flowing properly, you can also improve fuel efficiency, decrease your emissions, and help prolong the life of your engine. This can be done easily at home or a service station when you fill your tank, be sure to check your owner’s manual for instructions and how often it needs to be changed.

Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton – Car Care

The motor oil in your vehicle’s maintains several functions that include: lubricating moving parts, acting as a sealant against debris, helps cools the engine, reduces wear and tear, and helps prevent engine corrosion. Keeping your engine clean is vital for your engine’s good health. Depending on your vehicle and what kind of oil you use, you may need to change both the oil & oil filter every 3 months or 3000 miles. Many newer vehicles’ owners’ manuals will recommend changing your oil less frequently if they are using a synthetic or a synthetic bend oil – often in-between 5,000 and 10,000 miles. Check your vehicle owner’s manual and consult with a Orozco’s Auto Service professional to be certain what is appropriate for your vehicle.

A lot like the oil in your engine, transmission fluid is a lubricant that helps keep all of the moving parts inside of your transmission functioning properly. Whether you’re driving an automatic or manual transmission vehicle, it is essential that you have your transmission fluid checked and changed when necessary to avoid costly transmission damage or even a replacement. Follow your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.

The shocks and struts on your vehicle function to control the impact and rebound as your vehicle moves over bumps in the road and is an essential part of your vehicle’s suspension system. They should be inspected by a professional every 50,000 miles or bring your car into Orozco’s Auto Service if you notice a decrease in smoothness or loss of control when driving.

The radiator in your car is a critical component that helps keep your engine cool and working properly. You should regularly have your coolant system flushed, it will help get rid of contaminants that can build up inside as well as ensure that your radiator is filled to the proper level. Always check your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation to find out how often your coolant should be changed.

Spark plugs ignite the gas and air mixture in your engine that ultimately powers your vehicle . If one or more of your spark plugs aren’t functioning properly, your engine will lose power and won’t run at optimal capacity. Have a professional check and replace any faulty spark plugs depending on the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations or if you feel a decrease in your engine’s power.

Depending on your vehicle usage, alignment, and several other factors, the tread wear patterns on your tires may vary between the front and back tires, or even from one side of the tread to the other. Rotating your tires will extend the service life of your tires by more evenly balancing the tread wear, and helping prevent noise and vibration problems.

Although it may seem like a simple piece of rubber, your vehicle’s serpentine belt is essential to keeping your car running by powering peripheral devices such as your alternator, power steering pump, and air conditioner compressor. A simple visually inspection of the belt to ensure that it is free of cracks or other wear and tear. Replace id damaged or according to your vehicle manufacture’s recommendation.

The differentials are devices that split the torque or power from the engine and allow it to send the proper amount of power to the tires. In front or rear-wheel drive vehicles, there is only one differential, but in 4-wheel and all-wheel drive vehicles, there is both a front and rear differentials, and possibly even a center differential. Like many parts of your vehicle, differentials need to be kept lubricated to ensure reliable functionality. Have a professional check and change fluid whenever your vehicle manufacturer recommends it.

In four-wheel or all-wheel drive vehicles, the transfer case is what shifts power from the transmission to the axles. You should have your transfer case fluid checked according to your vehicle’s manufacturer recommendations to be certain that it is properly filled and leak-free. This requires getting under the vehicle, so bringing it into Orozco’s Auto Service or an equivalent professional is recommended.

Tire wear can depend greatly on driving habits, the function of the vehicle, maintenance, and the road surfaces you regularly drive on. Realizing when you need new tires may be a little tricky for some. They’re curious to know if they absolutely need to replace their tires. There’s a simple answer to all of these kinds of questions; a new set of quality tires will alleviate the stress of worrying about the safety and performance of the tires you have right now. One simple test is to place a penny between the tread grooves with the top of Lincoln’s head nearest to the tire. If you can see any space above the top of the head, it’s a good time to replace your tires. If you feel you need new tires for any reason stop into Orozco’s Auto Service for a complete inspection.

Batteries are one of the most important components for your vehicle. Car batteries supplies large amounts of electrical current for the starter, engine and other electronic accessories in the vehicle. Extreme temperatures in our desert can affect the performance of your batteries life so regular battery testing will ensure that battery will perform at it’s best.


Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long BeachBellflowerGarden Grove or Fullerton!

Transmission Repair That Can Benefit You

Transmission Repair


Fullerton Transmission Repair

At Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton, ASE Certified mechanics get straight to work identifying your transmission’s problem. Based on your description of your vehicle’s behavior for clues and thoroughly inspect the complete drivetrain for any signs of damage. Our team of ASE Certified mechanics has many years of transmission repair experience working with all makes and models. We know how they work and what to do when your transmission isn’t performing at its best. Once we discover what’s going on with the system, we can create a plan and estimate to repair it. With your approval to move forward, we will source any parts needed from our NAPA Auto Parts supplier. When we order parts they arrive quickly, so your vehicle doesn’t just site around our shop waiting for equipment. While we get to work, our local shuttle service can get you back to your how or work safely. And when your vehicle’s repairs are complete, we know you’ll be pleased with the quality of our work, especially with the rest assurance that it’s covered with a nationwide NAPA two year, 24,000 mile warranty.

Transmission repairs can be serious, which is why you don’t want to wait longer than necessary to visit an expert. Whether a busy schedule or tight budget has you feeling hesitant, know that our team has you covered. With flexible scheduling options, drop-in availability, we make it easy to find a good time for your transmission repairs. Additionally, our shop partners with trusted companies to bring you convenient financing options (oac), ensuring budget restrictions don’t prevent you from getting the great auto care you need.

If you notice your car’s transmission is slipping out of gear, making peculiar sounds, or has left your vehicle stuck at a standstill, contact Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton, CA. Today.

Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!


Why Do I Need An Oil Change

Oil Change


There are so many exuses why to not get your oil changed. I don’t have time, it cost too much, I hate waiting in a dirty waiting room, not to mention the bathrooms and so on. Here at Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton we know how you feel. We and our families have all gone through those same frustrations and that’s why we want to set your mind at ease. First, the easy answers. Orozco’s Auto Service maintains the cleanest of waiting rooms and restrooms. We have severeral options for making appintments over the phone or online. You can also drop off your vehicle and we can drop you off at your home or office within 10 miles. Now for the technical question. What does an oil change do, and why is it important? Something as simple as an oil change may not seem critical to keeping your car running, but neglecting your vehicles oil can cause some serious problems. Here’s why you need to make sure you get an oil change at the manufacturer’s recommended intervals.

There’s a difference between adding oil and changing oil. If you check the dipstick and the oil level is low (most cars will start to burn a little oil as they age), then adding oil is a quick but temporary way to fix the problem and get back on the road.

Changing the oil is a bit more involved, requiring draining the engine of all the old dirty oil and replacing it with fresh oil to the specified level. You also need to get a new oil filter, which helps to keep the fresh oil clean by collecting dirt and debris that the oil captures on its way through your car’s engine. Oil needs to be changed when it gets too dirty to accomplish its mission of keeping the engine components moving smoothly. At Orozco’s Auto Service we do all this and give your vehicle a full inspection along with checking and topping off all fluids that appear low.

Another reason oil changes are so important is because the primary function of your engine’s oil is keeping the metal parts of your engine lubricated. This will prevent any metal-on-metal contact, which can cause engine damage that isn’t cheap to fix. A thin layer of oil on key components keeps them sliding smoothly and reduces friction that would otherwise harm the engine over time. Reducing friction also reduces heat buildup, which can also be a problem for your engine.

Additionally oil keeps it clean. If you look at the contents of a fresh bottle of oil, you’ll notice that it’s more of a golden amber color compared to the brown or black oil on your dipstick. That’s because it’s clean. As oil moves through your engine, it carries away dirt and grime that gradually turns the oil dark. Dark, dirty oil will not do a good job of lubricating or cleaning your engine. You should get your oil changed at the manufacturer’s recommended intervals to ensure that your engine remains clean and running smoothly. Luckily Fullerton isn’t particularly a dirty or dusty environment, but if you travel to that type of climate you should get your oil (not to mention their air filters) changed more often.

Lastly, If you see the oil change light illuminate on your dashboard, is it really a big deal? If all of your warning systems are working correctly, your car likely isn’t in immediate danger of being damaged, but the light coming on is definitely not something to ignore. If it’s on, your oil needs attention. It may just be low and need to be topped off, but if it’s time for an oil change, be sure to make an appointment at Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton within the next few days.


Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Real Local Auto Mechanic: Keep Your Car In Shape

Local Auto Mechanic

Fullerton Auto Mechanic

For today’s car owner, auto repair is more complicated than ever. Vehicles keep getting more complex, while technology and diagnostic tools constantly change as well. As a result, finding a competent, knowledgeable automotive professional can be a real challenge Luckily, here at Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton we hire only the most competent, experienced and educated of auto technicians (mechanics). With all that said it usually means an ASE Certified Auto Technician, AKA Auto Mechanic.

Thanks to the ASE certification program, everybody wins: car owners can easily find ASE Certified professionals who have proven themselves to be knowledgeable professionals. Repair shops can get additional visibility in their markets by qualifying for the Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition Program. And certified auto professionals can get the respect and recognition they’ve worked so hard to earn.

What does ASE mean and why should I care if it’s an ASE Technician?

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence ASE, is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Since 1972 they are an independent non-profit organization has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals. The process to become ASE Certified is not easy. In order to attain ASE Certification, technicians must complete a minimum of 2 years of qualified work experience and pass a challenging test for each certification. The tests are challenging. Only two out of every three test takers pass on their first attempt. To ensure technician’s are up-to-date on current systems and technologies, ASE Certified Technicians are required to prove their technician knowledge by retesting every 5 years to keep their certifications current.

Additionally, ASE exists to protect the automotive service customer, shop owners and service professionals. They test and certify automotive service professionals so that the shops like Orozco’s Auto Service and and their customers can better gauge a technician’s level of expertise before contracting the technician’s services. They certify the service individual so they can offer tangible proof of their technical knowledge.

So the next time you’re in need of auto repair or service think of Orozco’s Auto Serve of Fullerton and or ASE Certified Technicians and Service Advisors and knowing we only employ the best for our customers.


Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Tips On Car Repair That Anyone Can Understand

Engine Repair Near Me



Car owners in Fullerton know that if you want your car to last, you need to take care of it. Sadly, when we asked of those same Fullerton driver what they need to do to make their cars last longer, their answers were missing some details. For instance, the most common answer was get your oil changed, but with a follow up question of regarding how often you should get your oil changed was all over the board. And that was pretty much the same when asked about their belts and hoses, batteries, engine and coolant fluid, windshield wipers, and so on.

So to help clear up some of the misinformation out there and help you keep your vehicle running as long as possible, here are a some fact from your friends at family owned Orozco’s Auto Service.

Get Regular Oil Changes

Forgetting to get your vehicle’s oil changed is one of the worst and possibly most costly tasks to ignore. It’s better to spend some money now and get the oil changed than to put it off and risk seizing your engine. If you use Standard oil it should be changed every 3,000 miles or 6 months and synthetic oil is every 6,000 miles or 18 months.

Maintenance Tip: Always consult your owners manual for the manufacturers recommendations on changing your oil.


Keep Your Battery & Battery Terminals Clean

If neglected your batteries terminals can begin to show signs of corrosion, this shows as a white powdery substance on the battery terminals. If you don’t keep them clean, your battery can start to malfunction, and possibly leave you stranded. Today like everything else car batteries can be pretty expensive and the luxury brand cars are really expensive. Investing in a wire brush and keeping the terminals clean is time and money well spent.

Maintenance Tip: Visit Orozco’s Auto Service for a battery check every 6 months.


Air Filter Replacement

Your car’s air filters (one in the engine compartment and another (cabin filter) that is generally behind the glove box helps keep pollutants and dust from entering your engine and in through the vents. The air filters have a very important job, so you want to keep them maintained. Additionally, using an old air filter past its life can lead to some major problems for your AC system. Something nobody want to deal with when it’s completely preventable.

Maintenance Tip: You should get your air filters inspected regularly and changed every 12 months or 12,000 mile, sometimes more often in a dry dusty climate.


Windshield Wipers Replacement

The cost of new windshield wipers can vary and that is usually relative to the speed in which they can wear our. With the hot Fullerton sun this may happen sooner than other regions, meaning you you check your wipers more regularly. We recommend checking your wipers at least twice a year so you’re not caught in a sudden rain, be it a summer downpour or a winter storm. Obviously, a dirty windshield or worn out wipers can significantly hamper your view that not only endangers you and your passengers but also the people around you.

Maintenance Tip: Use your windshield wiper’s window cleaning function regularly to stay up-to-date on your windshield wipers effectives.


Get Your Tires Rotated

You can extend the life of your tires by getting them rotated regularly? All four tires on your car do not wear down at the same rate and switching them around will help them to wear more evenly. The front or back set of tires can wear down at different rates depending on your vehicle, your speed and roads conditions. Maintaining to rotate your tires can extend their life and keep you and you family safe longer.

Maintenance Tip: Rotate your tires every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or per your manufacturers recommendations.


Suspension System Inspection

Your suspension system is a very intricate part of your vehicle that most people take for granted. Most of us never even think about it until it stops working and leaving you stranded. One of the key elements of your vehicle’s suspension is the shocks and struts, these help maintain a smooth ride, and ignoring this issue can help to prematurely wear out your tires not to mention causing a very bumpy ride.

Maintenance Tip: Have your full suspension system checked every 15,000 to 30,000 miles.

Check Your Coolant Level

A very important element of your vehicles cooling system is the coolant and should always be maintained at a full level. If your coolant gets to low your vehicle can overheat and do some serious damage to your engine. Your coolant affects so many elements of you car from air conditioner to the heater, radiator and water pump and more. Something that impacts that much of your car’s overall health should never be neglected.

Maintenance Tip: Regularly check your coolant level whenever you get gas or are preparing for a long trip.


Check Your Spare Tire

The last thing anyone wants to find while you’re digging out the jack is a flat spare tire. That’s when you’ll need to call a tow truck—which not only can take several hours out of your day or night, it can also cost you a lot of money depending on where your vehicle brakes down.

Maintenance Tip: Check your tires air pressure, including the spare at least once a month. Maintaining the appropriate air pressure will also help you save gas.

Belts and Hoses

Perform a visual inspection on your belts and hoses at least once a year. Worn-down belts and hoses can cause other damage to essential components of your engine including your cooling system, heater, air conditioner and more. And for those hard to get to belts and hoses feel free to stop by any Orozco’s Auto Service and we will be happy to inspect them.

Maintenance Tip: Follow your vehicles manufacturer’s recommendations for replacing your timing belt and serpentine belt. These are both critical to your engines health and a failure of these components can lead to critical failure in your engine.

At Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton we are happy to help you with any of the above mentioned maintenance and would be happy to work with you on establishing a regular maintenance schedule for your vehicle.


Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Learn More About Orozco’s Auto Service

Orozco's Auto Service


Fullerton Auto Service

At Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton we know you depend on your vehicle, and the importance of having regular service you can depend on to keep it running at it’s best. Regular auto service is key to getting the most out of your vehicle. But you shouldn’t have to sacrifice trust and peace of mind when finding the right repair center for your vehicle. Orozco’s Auto Service is built around a quality standard where service and repair is our business and that’s based on integrity, expertise and affordability. That ensures you get the best in class service that you deserve with every visit.

Below is a list prepared by the Car Care Council of the 10 most common vehicle service procedures conducted by vehicle owners and technicians.

The top 10 auto service are as follows:

Oil/oil filter changed
Wiper blades replacement
Replace air filter
Scheduled maintenance
New tires
Battery replacement
Brake work
Antifreeze top offs
Engine tune-up
Wheels aligned/balanced

“With scheduled maintenance toward the top of the list, these findings are a sign that more motorists understand the importance of routine vehicle service and maintenance and are taking steps to ensure the safety and dependability of their vehicles,” said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council.

Above we listed a few auto services, that the heart of our auto service is based on and the integrity and service in which it is performed. When you visit Orozco’s Auto Service it means you are at an auto repair shop that always listens to our customers concerns and giving them the best quality of auto care available. By hiring the best service writers, auto technicians and support staff available we are ensuring that our customers understand everything that is needed to get their vehicle back on the road as quickly, safely and economically as possible before any work begins. By giving you regular updates regarding the progress of the work being done on your vehicle. By maintaining a safe and friendly waiting room with the cleanest facilities. By offering customer pick up and drop off within 10 miles so you aren’t stuck waiting at our shop longer than you prefer. And if you do decide to wait on your service we offer free WIFI, coffee and water in our waiting room. The bottom line is our customers are what makes us number one and we want to repay them with every automotive service by treating them like number one.

If you would like to have your vehicle serviced, call Orozco’s Auto Service of Garden Grove today at 714-525-3239. Keep your vehicle in good condition and ensure the safety of yourself, your loved ones, and those around you!

Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Finding an Auto Repair Shop Is Easy When You Know This

Fullerton Auto Repair Shop


We all love our vehicles for the obvious reasons, they get us where we need to go, we enjoy road trips and in many cases they are a reflection of our personalities. Unfortunately a lot of that love wears off quickly when it’s comes to auto repair and maintenance. All too often something comes up, like having to get new tires, new brakes, manufacturers recommended tune ups and so on. Many of these services are necessary to keep you vehicle running it’s best for many years and to avoid larger repairs in the future. With that being said, one of the most important requirement for regular auto service is a reliable auto repair shop you can trust. Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton would like to be that shop. So we would like to share a few reasons why Orozco’s is your best choice when choosing a partner to keep you in love with your vehicle.

Below are just a few reasons our customers keep coming back.

When you bring your vehicle to Orozco’s Auto Service, you can be reassured we know auto repair. We’ve been in business for over 30 years and have expanded to several shops. You don’t build that kind of track record by taking advantage of customers. We are a family owned business and have built our business over the years with referrals from our loyal customers.

We show pride in our appearance
We make every effort to keep our shops clean, safe and friendly. First time customers are always overwhelmed with the efforts we’ve put into our waiting rooms and restrooms. We feel these areas are an extension of our home and want everyone to feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible in these areas. We also regularly maintain our buildings exterior to show our community we care.

We have a great reputation in our community
At Orozco’s Auto Service we believe in giving back to our communities. We participate with local blood banks with a blood donation incentive with an oil service, helping raise money for local food banks and animal shelters. We’re also involve in our local community groups like Kiwanis Club, local chambers of commerce and The International Toastmasters Association.

Our Service Advisors and Technicians will always communicate with you
Our staff will always be forthcoming with exactly what wrong with your vehicle and how it will be fixed and what it should cost — in language that you understand. Additionally, we will always have someone available to communicate with any of our Spanish speaking customers. Se Habla Espanol.

We maintain all the certifications for a well trained shop
We only employ ASE Certified Services Advisors and Mechanics; this indicates that our Services Advisors and Mechanics have passed tests and been certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. With today’s modern vehicles being updated at such a rapid pace, not to mention hybrid and electric, experience alone isn’t enough to maintain a professional staff. In addition to their initial training and testing, ASE Certification also means maintaining that status with yearly continued education.

Warranty Policy
Orozco’s Auto Service is so confident in our ability to provide quality auto repair services that you can depend on, that we easily provide you with one of the longest Auto Repair Warranties in the country. Our standard nationwide warranty is Two Years, 24,000 miles and can often be upgraded to a 3 year, 36,000 miles. Some restrictions may apply.

We’re the perfect fit for you
We will it give you a ride home or to work after you drop off your car and pick you up when it’s ready within 10 miles. We offer free Wi-Fi internet connection, should you want to wait while the work’s being done. We offer an after hours secure place to leave your keys if you want to drop off the car the night before instead of early in the morning. We have free coffee, tea and bottled water in our waiting area.

If you would like to learn more about our stellar reputation or visit our auto repair shop, call Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton today at 714-525-3239. Keep your vehicle in good condition and ensure the safety of yourself, your loved ones, and those around you!

Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

Helpful Advice For Timing Belt Repair

Timing Belt Repair

Your vehicle’s timing belt is the one of the items whose failure could most likely mean the end for your engine. This because if your timing belt wears out it can be catastrophic to your vehicle’s engine. Meaning that the maintenance and the timing of the maintenance on this component is critical.

What Is Timing Belt Repair

Simple put, the timing belt is a ribbed belt that is run in a specific setup on one side of a vehicle’s engine to keep the crankshaft and camshafts timed properly. In essence, it keeps the top half of your engine (valves) synced to the bottom half (crankshaft). If your car is 15 years old or older, it most likely has a timing belt. The best way to determine if your vehicle has a timing belt or not is to refer to the maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual or stop by Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton and one of our ASE trained Service Advisors can look it up for you. Generally  manufacturer’s recommend a maintenance schedule for timing belt replacement differs between vehicles, most timing belts should be replaced every 60,000 miles or 5 years – whichever comes sooner.

There are two types of engine timing configurations that employ timing belts: interference and non-interference. An interference engine means that the valve’s stroke and piston’s stroke occupy the same space in the cylinder at different times, so the timing belt keeps them from colliding with each other. If the timing belt snaps, the cylinder and valves will most likely hit each other, which most commonly causes bent valves but can also result in cylinder head or camshaft damage, and possibly piston and cylinder wall damage. It is possible to get lucky and not suffer any damage from a snapped timing belt on an interference engine, but very unlikely. On a non-interference engine, pistons and valves never occupy the same space, so if the timing belt snaps, no valve or cylinder damage should occur, and theoretically, replacing the broken timing belt will revert your engine to normal function.

If you’re thinking of changing your vehicle’s timing belt is not an easy job to do on your own. It’s much harder than just changing a set of wheels and doing it wrong, especially on an interference-type engine, can result in much more severe and expensive damage. At Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton our ASE trained technicians have the experience to replace all types of timing belts and timing chains on all makes and models. Additionally, all of our work is also back by a NAPA nationwide 2 year, 24,000 warranty and can easily be extended to 3 years and 36,000 mile for a nominal fee. Also we know that there’s never a convenient time for a large repair, and that’s why we offer easy financing (OAC) to help get you back on the road as soon as possible.

If your vehicle is ready for Timing Belt Repair or are not sure and would like to have it diagnosed, contact Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton today at 714-525-3239. Remember always keep your vehicle in good condition and ensure the safety of yourself, your loved ones, and those around you!

Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

All To Know About Professional Rear Differential Repair

Rear Differential Repair



Fullerton Rear Differential Repair

Many Fullerton drivers aren’t aware of their vehicles differential or transaxle until something stops working. To help you out before theirs’s a problem Orozco’s Auto Service would like to share some helpful information. Years ago before front wheel drive came along, the majority of vehicles had a rear differential with a few exceptions such as Corvairs and Volkswagens. Four wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles also have different types of differentials. Nowadays and as before every vehicle has a some type of differential or transaxle, whether you have a rear one or not depends on the drive system. So what is a differential and how does it impact my vehicle?

If your vehicle has front-wheel drive, then it uses a front differential that is next to the transmission in a unit called the transaxle. A vehicle with rear-wheel drive has a rear differential that sits between the rear wheels and connects to the transmission through the drive shaft. Both front and rear differentials do the same thing, which is ensuring the your wheels move smoothly when you move around corners— just from different locations. But why does it smooth out your turns you ask? Simply put, a differential is a system that transmits your engine’s torque to the wheels. The differential takes the power from the engine and divides it, allowing the wheels to spin at different speeds when needed. Think of it as a marching band moving around a corner. The people on the outside of the turn take longer strides than the people on the inside to keep everyone in a perfect line. A differential acts in the same way for a car. It compensates for how the inner wheels don’t have to travel as far to get around a corner as the outer wheels.

As previously mentioned, four wheel drive vehicles have two differentials making things a bit different on these all terrane vehicles. Additionally all-wheel-drive vehicle has a third type of differential called a center differential. It helps distribute power between the front and rear axles since both do the job of steering your car. With four-wheel drive, there is a front and rear differential that’s called a transfer case located in the middle to manage and deliver power to all four wheels. These systems have the same goal as the others: ensuring smooth turns keeping the wheels from skipping or jumping.

If your differential isn’t working properly, there are several signs you may notice before it completely fails. Tire damage on the sidewall or outer tread of a tire, your car may becomes difficult to handle and doesn’t easily steer around corners well, the sound of grinding gears or a whining noise are also indicators that you should have your differential checked. Luckily, Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton has the knowhow on how to repair or replace this critical component of your vehicle. Our ASE certified technicians can repair your differential or transaxle in no time and back up that repair with a NAPA nationwide 2 year, 24,000 mile warrant.

If you’ve notice any of the previously mentioned signs of a failing differential, or If you would like to have your vehicle inspected, contact Orozco’s Auto Service of Fullerton today at 714-525-3239. Keep your vehicle in good condition and ensure the safety of yourself, your loved ones, and those around you!


Orozco’s Auto Service Fullerton – Orange County, CA
1018 W. Orangethorpe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA
Call Today: 714-525-3239 – Auto | Fleet | Diesel | Service, Maintenance and Repair

Orozco’s Auto Service has five convenient locations throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties Long Beach, Bellflower, Garden Grove or Fullerton!

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