Moyer Nissan Service Center

 
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If your car won't start, it's usually at the most worst possible moment and you're looking for a fast solution. Moyer Nissan can help diagnose and repair most of the common problems which can prevent your car from starting.
The three most common reasons that your car won't start are:

1 - Your spark plugs need replacing. Spark plugs are part of your ignition system and play a major role in your vehicle's ability to start and run properly. If your car's engine cranks as if it's trying to start, but won't turn fire, this is a sign that your spark plugs are possibly in need of replacement. 
What can you do about it? Contact Moyer Nissan and schedule an appointment.
2 - Your fuel injection system may need servicing. Fuel injectors are your engine's fuel delivery system. If your car starts and immediately dies, the solution may be a fuel injection service or a fuel injector(s) replacement.
What can you do about it? Contact Moyer Nissan and schedule an appointment.
3 - You might have a dead battery. If you don't have the convenience of automatic headlights or perhaps your interior dome light was left on overnight, your battery might have drained itself out of power. You'll know your battery is dead if you put the key into the ignition, turn it and nothing happens. You may hear a click, or just silence. If this is the case, you can get a jump for a kindly person or request professional roadside assistance. Moyer Nissan also sells replacement batteries at a very affordable price.
What can you do about it? Contact Moyer Nissan and schedule an appointment.



Are you looking to 'find a mechanic near me' ? If so, you probably need some help with your car. At Moyer Nissan we have a team of Factory-Trained Technicians with over 300 years of combined experience. They prefer to be called Technicians, although they can all perform the work of your favorite local mechanic, they receive ongoing factory training and credentials that set them apart from their peers.

An automotive technician is considered to be someone who has been trained and certified by ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) and the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). These organizations use the term automotive technician as opposed to auto mechanic. However, neither organization has made a clear distinction as to the exact difference between an auto mechanic and an auto technician. The most common ASE certification is awarded by earning a passing score on 8 exams which cover the following areas: 

  • Engine Repair
  • Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
  • Manual Drive Train and Axles
  • Suspension and Steering
  • Brakes
  • Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Engine Performance
  • Light Vehicle Diesel Engines

These areas are ones that are typically covered by an auto mechanic on a daily basis. Showing a proficiency in all these areas by passing the respective exams can earn the status of master technician. There is no master mechanic status. Mechanic is a term that is no longer used by organizations like the ASE. On paper, the term technician is widely used, although most people do not speak the term as frequently as they use the word mechanic. Auto technicians are the title given when earning a certification, although they do a great deal of mechanical work inside a repair shop.

Many Associate Degrees issued in automotive technology. Automotive Technician Certificates are also distributed upon the completion of a Career Training Program. It remains difficult to find many Auto Mechanic degree or certificate programs, although what a mechanic does is taught within these respective curriculums. It is simply called something else. - from AutoMechanicSchoolEdu.org

Contact

Moyer Nissan

6210 Penn Ave
Directions Wernersville, PA 19565

  • Sales: (610) 678-8071
  • Service: (610) 678-8071
  • Parts: (610) 678-8071

Hours

  • Monday 7:00am - 8:00pm
  • Tuesday 7:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday 7:00am - 8:00pm
  • Thursday 7:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday 7:00am - 12:00pm
  • Sunday Closed