Engine Diagnostics Service
Is your check engine light on? The issue could be as simple as a loose gas cap or as complex as internal engine repair. Pairing up state of the art equipment with our professional certified technicians gives us the ability to diagnose the concern and determine what repairs are needed to get you safely back on the road.
Take care of your engine, and your car has a better chance of lasting for the long haul. If you stay on top of your engine maintenance and tend to any engine repairs immediately, your car or truck will last longer. Our expert, ASE–certified technicians will be able to tell you what's going on under the hood. From emissions diagnostics to car engine repairs, part replacement to general engine maintenance.
If your brakes squeal or grind, grab causing jerky stops or your warning light flashes it may be time for a brake system inspection. Our break service package includes a thorough brake system evaluation, brake pad or brake shoe replacement, and off-vehicle resurfacing of drums or rotors.
AC Inspection & Repair
When auto air conditioning systems break down, refrigerant leaks. Not only is refrigerant harmful to the environment, it's also harmful to your car. Leaking refrigerant can damage your vehicle's evaporator and compressor. Getting a car air conditioner service at the first sign of trouble will save you both money and time.
Regular engine tune-ups bring power and efficiency back to your car. For your car to get its best gas mileage and engine performance, it needs clean fuel injectors, air filters, and fuel filters. Plus, its spark plugs need to be in good condition. That’s why we examine your vehicle’s air filter when you stop in, and it’s why we recommend you follow manufacturer recommendations for replacing key components like filters and spark plugs when they’re past their prime.
Oil Change Services
Regularly scheduled oil changes are the key ingredient to a healthy engine. Motor oil helps keep your car's engine running smoothly while reducing the wear on all its moving parts. Over time, oil begins to break down and wear out, making it less effective at lubricating your engine and transferring heat.
A car's radiator has the important task of keeping the engine cool. Radiator repair and maintenance is essential to the health of your engine and your vehicle. The most common radiator repairs involve simple part replacement and radiator fluid exchange. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend replacing coolant antifreeze at regular intervals. Engines run efficiently when warmed up, and the temperature is maintained by many engine cooling parts: the radiator, cooling fans, water pump, thermostat, coolant, pressure cap, overflow tank reservoir and other misc. parts.
Just like you need a yearly physical to ensure your good health, so does your beloved car or truck. An annual car inspection can help keep you on the road safely and help take care of any issues before something goes seriously wrong on the road. Many states and/or local authorities require vehicle inspection for emissions and/or various tests to determine if your vehicle meets state and local vehicle safety and/or emission requirements.
Improve engine performance and gas mileage with a fuel system cleaning and service. Because the filter, fuel pump, and fuel injectors are all part of an interconnected system, these parts can get clogged with dirt and debris. A fuel injector cleaner is used to clean out all of the dirt, debris and build up in your fuel system. A clogged fuel system can damage other engine parts, which can quickly lead to deteriorated performance, fuel economy, and a complete engine shutdown if not regularly maintained.
Shocks & Struts
Your vehicle’s suspension system serves two primary purposes – managing road holding and handling and thereby the safety of your vehicle as it maneuvers on the road and maximizing driver and passenger comfort while minimizing bumps, vibrations,and noise. Shocks and struts are integral components of the suspension system and their wear has a very real impact on the safety of your vehicle. Worn shocks and struts can affect how your wheels touch the road, causing dangerous swaying, hydroplaning, deteriorated performance and compromised road handling and holding.
The exhaust pipe plays a key role in diverting exhaust fumes out of your engine, which in turn keeps your vehicle running smoothly. Built-up exhaust fumes can ultimately cause engine deterioration, which makes it important to have your exhaust pipe regularly inspected.The catalytic converter is the most costly part of your exhaust system. If your catalytic converter begins to fail, you will hear loud sounds. A failing catalytic converter sounds like someone shaking a metal box filled with pennies while your car is in idle.
Belt & Hoses
Belts and hoses perform basic functions that keep some very complex systems performing optimally. Belts and hoses degrade over time and can crack, split, swell or burst. It is important to check them at the regular intervals recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer to avoid a breakdown from a broken belt or hose failure.