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Omaha Mobile Mechanic
CONTACT: (402) 513-4411
SERVICES: Mobile Mechanic Omaha, Mobile Mechanic Council Bluffs, Mobile Roadside Assistance, Emergency Auto Repair, Tire Change, Mobile Truck Repair, Diagnostic, Pre-Purchase Inspection, Mobile Power Door and Window Repair.
OPEN 7 DAYS 24 HOURS
Mobile Auto Truck Repair Omaha
CONTACT: (402) 401-7561
SERVICES: Mobile Auto Repair & Mobile Mechanic, RV Repair, Engine Swap, Engine Replacement, Mobile Brake Service, Starter Replacement, Semi-Truck Repair 24 hr
FX Mobile Mechanic Services Omaha
CONTACT: (402) 401 - 7563
SERVICES: Mobile Mechanic Mobile Roadside Assistance Emergency Repair Tire Change
Towing and Roadside Assistance Service Omaha
CONTACT: (402) 590-8094
SERVICES: 24 hour Towing Service, 24 Hour Roadside Assistance, Tow Truck, 24 hr Auto Repair, Towing Service, Roadside Assistance, Jump Start, Fuel Delivery, Tire Repair, Mobile Mechanic, Onsite Auto Truck Repair.
SERVICE AREA: Omaha, Councikl Bluffs, Bellevue, Papillion, Blair, Plattsmouth Nebraska and Iowa.
OPEN 7 DAYS 24 HOURS
Open Monday to Sunday 24 hours
Best Mobile Mechanic in Omaha NE!
Looking for a mobile mechanic who will come to you and fix your car truck? At FX Mobile Mechanic Services Omaha, we take pride in our knowledge of the automotive industry and our state-of-the-art equipment, which consistently keep us a cut above other Omaha auto repair shops. We’re always learning new ways to better service our customers and their vehicles, whether it’s your daily driver, a semi that pays the bills, or a weekend cruiser. As a business, we’re dedicated to ensuring the cars and trucks we service perform correctly and dependably.
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Downtown Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield and Waterloo, NE, Lincoln NE and Council Bluffs, IA. Zip codes: 68007, 68010, 68022, 68102, 68104, 68105, 68106, 68107, 68108, 68110, 68111, 68112, 68114, 68116, 68117, 68118, 68122, 68124, 68127, 68130, 68131, 68132, 68134, 68135, 68137, 68142, 68144, 68147, 68152, 68154, 68157, 68164, 68178.
Ourmobile mechanicstypically do general repair and maintenance in any safe location your car is parked. These repairs include;
– Tune ups Omaha NE
– Oil and oil filter Omaha NE
– Brakes Omaha NE
– Air filter Omaha NE
– A/C repairs Omaha NE
– Fuel Injection or Fuel Filter Omaha NE
– Preventative maintenance Omaha NE
– Cooling Systems and Radiator repair Omaha NE
– Alternator Omaha NE
– Water Pump Omaha NE
– Starter/ Solenoids Omaha NE
– Electric Window repair Omaha NE
– Lock outs – Flat tires- Out of Gas Omaha NE
– Suspension – Shocks and Struts Omaha NE
– Gaskets, Belts, Hoses Omaha NE
– Timing Belts Omaha NE
If you aren't near our tire shop, or can't drive due to a flat tire. We can arrange for our service truck to go out and help.
We offer two main options:
1) Tire Change: We will swap your damaged tire and wheel with your spare tire.
2) Complete Tire Service: We will have our service truck meet you at your location and attempt to repair the damaged tire. If it cannot be repaired, then we will replace the damaged tire with a different tire that we will supply.
When a flat tire occurs, drivers are advised to slow down gradually and pull of the road in a safe place as soon as possible. If there is any chance of patching a leak and restoring a tire, it will be diminished if the car continues to be driven. Continuing to drive may also cause damage to the wheel, the hub assembly, or other parts of the vehicle since they can come in contact with the road surface. Driving with a flat tire, especially at higher speeds, is also extremely dangerous.
There are multiple ways to repair a flat tire, including using a patch or plug.
A patch is commonly used in automotive repairs shops. A patch is performed by first removing the tire from the wheel, preparing the surface using an angle grinder, applying rubber cement to the prepped area, applying the patch, and then pressing it onto the surface with a tire stitchery.
A tire plug is able to be performed without removing the tire from the wheel. The puncture is removed from the tire, and a plug coated in rubber cement is then inserted with a handle. Many automotive technicians consider plugs to be less reliable than patching, though more reliable than tire sealant. A tire plug is a good idea for those who notice a puncture in a tire that they aren't able to professionally repair at the time.
An alternative considered by some to be safer and more reliable, is a combination patch and plug. This patch is manufactured with a plug built into it, applying this patch is done very similarly to the way a regular patch is applied except with a few more steps. The additional steps include drilling a hole at the location of the puncture so the plug can be pulled through it, as well as cutting off the excess plug from the outside of the tire. You just don’t need to worry our expert specimen can handle any thing.
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