Brake pad replacement is the most common repair job for automotive brake systems. Brakes are designed to wear out as the pads rub on the brake disk to stop your car, so worn pads are the first part to check if you are experiencing any braking problems. A full inspection will show underlying problems, as well as what can be repaired and what needs replaced.
Factory Scheduled Maintenance
Otherwise referred to as manufacturer recommended services or preventative maintenance, factory recommended vehicle maintenance is a guide created by your vehicle’s manufacturer that properly outlines the services and inspections that your vehicle needs at certain intervals.
Your vehicle’s regular oil change is a service that you should never miss. Missing your car’s oil change can cause irreversible damage to the engine that can be costly to repair.
Your wheels support your car’s driving performance through a complex system of steering and suspension components, which means proper alignment is crucial to driver safety.
Check Engine Diagnostics
The check engine light can come on for many reasons. For example, something as simple as a loose gas cap can trigger the warning. And major problems, such as failed internal engine components, can turn on the light, as well. In order to really know what it is wrong with your car, it’s best to have a professional diagnose the issue.
Your transmission is a critical part of your vehicle responsible for transferring power from your car’s engine to the car’s wheels. Due to heat and friction produced by their many moving components, transmissions can eventually begin to wear out, requiring the help of an automotive repair technician.
Automotive Diagnostics Test
Our advanced approach to automotive diagnostics leaves no detail overlooked, so no matter what problem your vehicle is dealing with, we will swiftly identify it and proceed diligently with the required auto maintenance.
air conditioning repair
When your car’s air conditioning system begins to lose its cooling power or no longer exerts cool air, it might be time for a freon charge. Recharging the freon in your car’s AC system is often a quick and inexpensive repair that can help you beat the summer heat. However, if your AC system is leaking freon, it may be caused by a cracked hose or seal, which is often an indicator that more significant repairs are needed.
Are you smelling the burning of an electrical insulation? This may be a sign that the electrical circuit of your car is faulty. Since the electrical circuit is designed to carry a limited amount of electricity which powers your electronic door locks, mirrors, and other components, it is important that you seek the help of an electrician who can locate these problems before proper repairs or replacements are conducted.
The radiator in your vehicle keeps the engine cool and safeguards it against overheating. Without a functional car radiator, your engine would overheat and create some serious damage to all the inner mechanics in your vehicle.
When your car engine runs, fuel combustion naturally creates harmful gases. The exhaust system expels those gases from the car and keeps them from entering the interior. It also controls the emissions and amount of pollution released into the air while quieting engine sounds.
Tune-ups are all about engine maintenance so your vehicle starts well, runs smoothly and operates as efficiently as possible.