Auto Repair Services

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All vehicles require fluids that either transfer mechanical energy (like brakes) or are used to cool or lubricate other components, like your engine oil or cooling system. Due to heat, pressure or other outside forces, many of these fluids must be as clean as… Read more
Fuel
Your fuel system (along with other systems as well) is controlled by a computer and sensors known as the Engine Management Unit. The sensors measure many factors, such as coolant temperature, air pressure, engine vacuum, ambient air temperature and more to… Read more
Hard Starting
The starting system of your vehicle is where it all begins….ok, you knew that. For your vehicle to properly start, many factors have to come together. The electrical system MUST be in good working order, with a fully charged battery. The fuel system must be… Read more
Headlamps
Your headlamps provide a very important function…they allow you to see the road when it’s dark! On earlier vehicles, they were merely bulbs that were aimed forward and gave a small amount of light to allow you to see road markers, lane lines and other… Read more
Oil Changes
An oil change is like a transfusion of new life into your vehicle. Over time, oil can lose some of its chemical properties that are designed to reduce corrosion and increase the lubrication in your engine. In some environments, dust and dirt can also find… Read more
Powertrain Systems
Your vehicle’s powertrain is made up of the engine (and electric motors if a hybrid), transmission or transaxle, drive axle, and many sensors and a powertrain control module that ties them all together. This is the combination of components that powers the… Read more