Service and Repair

Preventative
Maintenance

Bringing your vehicle to us for regular service is the best way for you to save money on automotive costs and save time on easily avoidable mechanical problems.

Every car varies, so depending on what your specific vehicle may need, preventative maintenance can include any of the following measures:

 

    • Check and replace the engine oil and/or oil filters
    • Check and/or replace fuel filters
    • Tire Balancing and Rotation
    • Wheel Alignment
    • Check all Lights
    • Check and/or refill windshield washer fluid
    • Inspect tires for wear and air pressure
    • Inspect and/or replace air filters
    • Check and/or flush brake fluid
    • Inspect and/or replace brake pads
    • Car Wash
    • Tighten nuts and bolts
    • Check and/or flush power steering fluid
    • Check and/or flush transmission fluid
    • And much more!

Engine
Diagnostics

Most cars today are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that tells your ignition, fuel and emission control systems what to do.

At the first sign of any engine problems, such as rough running, low fuel economy, failure to pass an emissions test or dashboard warning lights, be sure to get service as soon as possible.

By tapping into your vehicle’s computer our technicians can check a multitude of engine components:

 

    • Ignition System
    • Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
    • Restraint Systems
    • Fuel injection System
    • Emissions
    • Electrical

Transmission service

When your automotive service needs involve your vehicle’s transmission, never forget that most transmission problems start out small but get much worse over time. Taking quick care of any needed transmission repairs can go a long way in saving both time and money. 

It’s time to get your transmission checked if:

  • Your vehicle won’t move
  • Difficulty shifting gears
  • Transmission seems to be slipping
  • Transmission is abnormally loud
  • Leaking transmission fluid
  • Grinding sounds when shifting gears
  • Problems with the clutch
  • Check Engine light is on

Oil Service

Your vehicle relies on oil, lubrication and an oil filter to keep it running smoothly. Check owner’s manual for specific recommendations for your vehicle. We provide quality oil changes and fluid checkups at a price you can afford.

Oil, lube and filter changes include:

    • Changing the oil filter
    • Checking the air filter
    • Checking and topping off all fluids under the hood
    • Lubricating all fittings
    • Checking engine for leaks
    • Checking belts and hoses
    • Checking tire pressure
    • Checking entire undercarriage

Battery Replacement

Your vehicle’s battery stores energy generated by the alternator and runs the secondary electrical systems such as your lights, radio, power seats, power windows, and additional electrical components in your vehicle. 

To help you take care of your battery, we advise the following:

    • Clean and remove corrosion and add anti corrosive protection
    • Tighten loose hold-down clamps and terminals
    • Test battery condition
    • Check the alternator belt tension and wear
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