Repair

Are your brakes squealing or grinding? Do they feel spongy? Do you feel excessive vibration from the front of the car when you brake? Is the brake warning light on? These are symptoms that are telling you something could be wrong with your brakes. Don't wait until it's too late to have your brakes inspected. Let our expert technicians inspect your vehicles brake system. If they find something wrong they will write up an estimate before doing any service. Next, they will show you the problems with your brake system and explain the required, recommended, or optional repairs needed to help ensure your vehicle's safety and reliability.

  • Rotors/drums
  • Brake lines
  • Calipers
  • Brake fluid flushing
  • Brake pads
  • Wheel cylinders
  • Antilock Brake System (ABS) units
  • Emergency brake
  • Traction Control units
  • Master cylinders

 

Is your car difficult to start when it sits for awhile? Is it hard to start when it's raining or very humid? Have you replaced your battery within the last 5 years? Your starting and ignition systems include the battery, starter, alternator, coils or distributor, and spark plugs to name a few. Many of these parts need to be regularly serviced or replaced in order to maintain your vehicles performance and ensure your car will start when needed most. Starting/Ignition System Services

  • Batteries & cables
  • Computerized diagnostics
  • Starters & solenoids
  • Spark plugs & wires
  • Alternators
  • Ignition coils
  • Distributors, caps & rotors
  • Coil packs
  • Timing adjustment
  • Sensors

 

Is your Check Engine light on? We know that emissions produced by our vehicles have a negative effect on our public health and the natural environment, and that the government has placed restrictions on the output of pollutants from our vehicles. Our cars and trucks must be kept in running in top condition and must pass state-mandated emission testing periodically. The emission system in our modern vehicles is a complex series of components controlled mainly by our the vehicle's computer. Our ASE certified technicians can diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair your vehicle's emission system to ensure that it is running optimally and will pass smog testing. If your vehicle has failed its test, bring us the Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR) that you received from the test lane, and we will resolve the issue(s) identified.

  • Computer code scanning
  • Smoke testing for leaks
  • Oxygen (O2) sensors
  • Air injection pumps
  • EGR valves
  • Catalytic converters
  • Evaporative canisters
  • Drive belts
  • PCV valves
  • MAP sensors

Your drivetrain typically includes your engine, transmission, driveshaft, and rear differential. These mechanical components are critical in the transfer of energy from your engine to the wheels of your vehicle. Our ASE certified technicians are well-equipped to service any aspect of your drivetrain. All parts and labor are guaranteed and we provide you with a free written estimate while clearly explaining all of the recommended repairs for your vehicle. Repairs to the drivetrain can get expensive, and we what to make sure you are well-informed and knowledgeable when making these decisions.

  • Timing belts
  • Valve jobs
  • Oil leaks 
  • Compression checking 
  • Overhauls - rebuild, new replacement, or remanufactured engines 
  • Oil pan replacement 
  • Head gaskets
  • Computerized scanning of transmissions
  • Clutches/linkage/shifters
  • Axles & axles shafts
  • Flywheels/flexplates
  • Overhauls - rebuild, new replacement, or remanufactured transmissions
  • Torque converters
  • Solenoids
  • Transmission lines
  • Transmission coolers
  • Transmission leak/gaskets
  • Transfer cases Filter & fluid flushing