Brakes are the #1 safety concern. Are your brakes grinding or pulsating when you step on the brake pedal? Stop in for a Free Brake Evaluation.
Changing your car’s engine oil is the cheapest insurance for a long engine life. Most car’s oil should be changed every 3000 to 5000 miles. We offer conventional and synthetic oils. Our oil change service includes oil filter, oil, lube, check all fluids and tire pressure.
Tune-ups are due every 30,000 to 100,000 miles depending on your manufacturer’s recommendations. Tune-ups can include spark plugs, plug wires, and or boots, air filter and fuel filter.
Fuel Injection Cleaning
Today’s cars and light trucks are fuel injected. Fuel is sprayed through the injector in a fine mist pattern. The injectors get clogged and will cause hesitation, poor gas mileage, rough running and excess emissions. Injectors should be cleaned every 30,000 miles. We use a Motor Vac system to clean the fuel injectors and restore your vehicle’s performance.
Steering, Suspension, Shocks and Struts
Steering, Suspension, Shocks and Struts all play a role in how your car handles on the road. Does your car pull to one side, bounce excessively, rattle or clunk going over bumps?
Any of these symptoms could be a sign of a steering or suspension problem.
Tires, Wheel Balancing and Rotation
Free LIFETIME Tire Rotation when you purchase tires from us. Low tire pressure light on? With the right amount of air pressure, your tires wear longer, save fuel, enhance handling, and prevent accidents. Failure to maintain the correct air pressure can result in poor gas mileage, reduce tire life and affect vehicle handling.
Includes radiator, water pump, hoses, thermostat, heater core and antifreeze. The system cools and heats your car. Cooling systems should be flushed according to your owner’s manual specifications. We also service and recharge air conditioning systems to keep you cool this summer.
Exhaust and Catalytic Converters
The most common cause of failure in a catalytic converter in an older car is that it becomes so clogged that the exhaust gases can’t get through it to the muffler and out of the car. Some symptoms of exhaust and catalytic converter problems are: Your vehicle’s fuel efficiency suddenly drops, Your vehicle doesn’t accelerate when you step on the gas pedal, Your vehicle fails an emissions test, The MIL or Check Engine light comes on. We will diagnose the problem and recommend if you need a new muffler installed, exhaust pipes or a catalytic converter.
Scheduled Maintenance includes fluid and belt changes, tire rotaion, tune-ups, etc. at certain mileage intervals. Your car will last a long time if you follow the scheduled maintenance listed in your car’s owner’s manual.