Bazarian Motors

Foreign and Domestic Auto Repair. Automotive technician. Located conveniently at 656 Main Street right near Watertown Waltham border. Watertown Oil Change, Fix my car, Tire rotation and balance. Automatic transmission rebuild and much more.


Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM | Saturday: 8:00AM - 1:00PM
656 Main Street, Watertown, MA 02472

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I tune up my engine?

Replacing spark plugs, fuel and air filters decreases fuel consumption, gives you more miles per gallon of gasoline. Tune ups actually save your fuel costs over time.

Why should I have my brakes checked?

The average life span of brake pads is 2 years or 30,000 miles. You should always have your brakes checked once per year.

Why should I change my motor oil?

Most manufacturers recommend changing (or replacing) your engine oil at 5,000 to 7,500 mile intervals. Ideal mileage is 3,000 miles because motor oil can break down and lose its lubricating properties causing premature wear in your engine’s mechanical components. This kind of wear can lead to engine failure.

What is the difference between gasoline grades?

Lower octane gasoline burns and leaves more carbon residue behind and contaminates your engine block. Higher octane gasoline burns slower and more completely leaving fewer residues behind to contaminate your engine block.

What does it mean when the SRS light is on?

This indicates that your Air Bag System is disabled and will not deploy in the event of an accident. The usual causes for SRS failure are faulty switches in seat belt buckles or retractors.

What does it mean when the ABS light is on?

This means your Anti-lock Brake System is disabled; however, your brakes should continue to operate normally without ABS. Another possible cause is a faulty wheel speed sensor.

What does it mean when my “service engine soon” light comes on?

Usually this indicates a fault in the emission control system but this should allow you to arrive at your destination. If your engine is running rough it could indicate a problem with your fuel control systems at which point you should not drive your vehicle.