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auto shop repair

Leach BP Service

9720 Manchester Rd

Rock Hill, MO 63119

Phone: 314.962.5550

Email Us

Feel free to call or email us to schedule your next appointment.



Business Hours

Monday - Friday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight (Doors locked at 10PM - convenience items through pass-thru drawer and Self Service Gas only after 10PM)
SHOP: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Oil Changes and Inspections 8:00AM - 4:00 PM By Appointment

Saturday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight
SHOP: Closed

Sunday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight
SHOP: Closed

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Welcome to Leach BP Service

 

 

 

Serving the motoring public since 1949.

  

Our fuel gives you a few more miles per tank. All grades of BP gasoline with Invigorate help your car get a few more miles per tank when compared to low-detergency gasoline. When used continuously, it helps clean and protect critical engine parts, so you’ll go a little farther between fill-ups. See www.MyBPStation.com to learn more about BP gasoline with Invigorate.

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WE ACCEPT MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS

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Now you can earn cents-per-gallon rebate coupons at local K-Marts.

Enter the code at the pump and watch the price roll back!

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Need a great gift?

BP gift cards make welcome gifts at $25, $50 or $100.

(Cash payment only for gift cards – no credit/debit card accepted to pay for gift cards.)

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Featured tip for August:

Guide To Battery Maintenance

Rock Hill Best Prices On Car Batteries

Eventually your car battery will fail and you will need to replace it. In fact, 70% don’t even make it four years. There are some things vehicle owners can do, however, to make their battery last a little longer.

It’s all about the flow of electrical power. When you start your vehicle, the battery uses power to get your engine cranking. As your engine runs, your alternator generates electricity to run all your electrical systems: like lights, a half dozen computers, anti-lock brake system, traction control, power windows, electronic fuel injectors, stability control, air conditioning, transmission servos – the list goes on. Any leftover electricity goes to recharge your battery. Then you turn on your radio and seat heaters; maybe plug in your cell phone and computer; the kids watch a DVD and pretty soon there isn’t much extra electricity to go back into the battery.

Now, if you were on a long road trip, no sweat – you’d have plenty of time to fully recharge your battery. But not if you’re making stops around town. Every time you start your engine, your battery takes that big hit again. Multiple starts – multiple hits. By the time you get home, you have less than a full charge.

When the battery is continuously in a discharged state, it loses its ability to fully recharge. This starts a downward spiral in your battery life. Now when your battery is on its way to getting this bad, your alternator is working overtime trying to keep it charged – which causes the alternator to wear out prematurely. A lot of experienced technicians suggest replacing your battery after five years, even though it hasn’t yet failed, as a maintenance item to extend alternator life.

Now, there is something you can do to help your battery last longer by hooking up a battery charger once a month in the summer and every three months in winter. This will ensure your sedan battery routinely has a full charge. You can do this less often in the winter because the electrochemical process slows down when it’s colder and less damage is done when your battery is low. Computerized battery chargers are real easy to use because they monitor and control the charging rate to keep the battery from overheating while it’s charging.

We recommend that you ask us to test your battery so you know how much life is left. If it’s good but needs a maintenance service, we’ll have it cleaned up and make sure the connections and cables are good. If it’s looking like you ought to replace it, we’ll help you with a battery that’s right for your vehicle and driving needs.

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For towing we recommend:

PHIL’S TOWING

Rock Hill, MO 63119

(314) 677-7445

 

Contact Information

auto shop repair

Leach BP Service

9720 Manchester Rd

Rock Hill, MO 63119

Phone: 314.962.5550

Email Us

Feel free to call or email us to schedule your next appointment.



Business Hours

Monday - Friday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight (Doors locked at 10PM - convenience items through pass-thru drawer and Self Service Gas only after 10PM)
SHOP: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Oil Changes and Inspections 8:00AM - 4:00 PM By Appointment

Saturday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight
SHOP: Closed

Sunday
Station: 6:00 AM - Midnight
SHOP: Closed

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