It is important to have your wheels aligned when you purchase new tires or at least once a year. When you come in for an alignment service, we will inspect the shocks, tie rod ends, ball joints, wheel bearings, links, and stabilizer bar. To ensure your wheels are perpendicular to the road and parallel to each other, we use computerized alignment systems. This ensures the car travels in a perfect center line.
Seeing as the brake system is one of the most essential components of a vehicle, it is important to keep it in working order. As time passes, brakes and system components are bound to wear down. Having your brakes regularly inspected and serviced ensures your vehicle is safe to drive. Our brake services include: caliper inspection, brake pad replacement, rotor-drum refinishing or replacement, ABS Control Diagnostics, and more.
Each vehicle has a set of recommended maintenance schedules provided by its specific manufacturer. We will look up the specific schedule for your vehicle and discuss options to help extend the life of your vehicle.
Regularly rotating and balancing your tires ensure they wear evenly. This service is usually performed in conjunction with an oil change. If your tires are wear unevenly or are unbalanced, it may be a sign of suspension issues or a damaged wheel bearing.
The shocks and struts in your car are important for preserving your car’s structural integrity and steering. In addition, it ensures you experience a smooth ride while driving. These parts often last the lifetime of a vehicle, although it may be a sign you need new shocks or struts if your car keeps bouncing after going through a bump or dip in the road. The springs in your car absorb the bumps, and the shocks and struts serve as the dampers to control the bouncing afterwards. Excessive suspension movement or noises can be caused by damage from road debris, leaks, or worn out bushings.
This simple, yet important, maintenance procedure helps keep your car’s engine functioning properly. It is recommended you have your oil changes every 3 months or 5,000 miles, especially for high mileage vehicles.
Think of your car’s engine as it’s heart: without it, your car will not run. Whether you need your engine completely rebuilt or engine components repaired, our technicians have the skills and experience to get you back on the road. In addition we will inspect, maintain, and repair your fuel injection system and timing belts.
If you are looking to achieve maximum performance, we recommend bringing your car in for regular tune-ups. This service can help you maintain great fuel efficiency and keep your engine in good working condition. A tune-up includes a vehicle inspection, and if necessary, replacing the ignition coils and wires, spark plugs, PCV valves, and so on.
The most common components to fail in today’s vehicles are starters and alternators. Both parts play an important role in your car’s electrical system. The starter is the component that starts your car. The alternator charges the battery and distributes power to various electrical components in your vehicle. It is our goal to prevent a breakdown due to a failing starter or alternator.
If it is taking longer than usual for your car interior to warm up or cool down, it may be time to service your car’s HVAC system. We are equipped to service all types of refrigerant used in today’s cars. Our team has the skills and experience to service all types of heating and cooling systems.
When your muffler needs repair, it is easy to detect because it can make a lot of noise. Other issues may not be as easy to detect. To ensure your muffler, exhaust pipes, and catalytic converter are all properly maintained, we recommend regular exhaust system inspections. All of these components reduce the amount of pollutants produced by your car and prevent dangerous gases from leaking into your vehicle.