Services

Oil & Lube Service
 

Full Service

 

Mobil Special Oil (Up to 5 Quarts)

3 Grades of Synthetic Oil

3 Grades of Conventional Oil

Mobil Oil Filter or Equivalent

Lubrication of All Grease Fittings

Complete Service/Safety Check

Top Off of Fluids

Inspect All Belts & Hoses

     

Inspection Items:

 

Air Filter

Crankcase Breather

Wiper Blades

Safety Check of Lights

Visual Under Chassis Check

Visual Under Hood

 
 

Check/Fill Items:

 

Battery

Power Steering Fluid

Transmission Fluid

Brake Fluid (visual check)

Antifreeze (check only)

Washer Fluid

Front/Rear Differentials

Transaxle

Transfer Case

 

When Scheduling an Appointment online be sure to submit your Vehicle's Year/Make/Model in addition to your contact Phone Number and two optional Date/Time(s) that will work for you.

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30-60-90K Service
 

Follow manufacturers recommendations for each Make/Model/Year of Vehicle.

  • Timing Belt Replacement

  • Perform All Manufaturers Recommended Inspections

Brake Services
 
  • Clean and adjust brake assemblies

  • Replace brake pads/shoes

  • Inspect calipers and wheel cylinders for leaks and function

  • Inspect master cylinder, brake lines, and hardware

  • Fill brake reservoir with proper brake fluid and lube brake assembly

  • Inspect and replace wheel bearings (where applicable)

  • Properly bleed brake system

  • Special pads/shoes may be slightly higher

 

When you depress your brake pedal, your car transmits the force from your foot to its brakes through a fluid. Since the actual brakes require a much greater force than you could apply with your leg, your car must also multiply the force of your foot. The brakes transmit the force to the tires using friction, and the tires transmit that force to the road using friction also.

 

A/C Services
 

Evacuation and Recharge Service

 

  • Visually inspect the air conditioning compressor drive belt for cracks or damage

  • Visually inspect accessible components for leaks or damage

  • Check the operation of the air conditioning compressor and other air conditioning components

  • Evacuate refrigerant from the system

  • Vacuum test the system

  • Recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant to the system capacity according to the vehicle manufacturer's specifications

 

The function of an air conditioner is to help remove the heat and humidity from inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle. Powered by a belt, the air conditioning compressor compresses the refrigerant to pressurize it and pump it through the system. The refrigerant is pushed through a valve where pressure and temperature are reduced. The now-cool refrigerant travels through the evaporator in the passenger compartment. As a result, cooled air is blown into your vehicle. This refrigerant returns to the compressor, where the cycle begins once again.

 

Serpentine Belt Replacement

 

  • Visually inspecting the serpentine belt

  • Removing the old serpentine belt and installing a new serpentine belt.

 

The serpentine belt transfers power from the engine to operate various engine components, including the alternator, water pump, power steering pump and the air conditioner compressor.

 

Air Filtration Services
 

Engine Air Filtration

 

  • Don't waste gas! Change your air filter!

  • Your vehicle uses 9,000 gallons of air for each gallon of gas

  • A dirty air filter makes your engine work harder, wasting gas

 

The Engine Air Filtration System may consist of the following components:

 

  • Engine Air Filter

  • Breather Element, if equipped

  • PCV Valve, if equipped

 

Every time a vehicle's driver presses the gas pedal, they are controlling how much air and fuel enters the engine. The Engine Air Filtration system aids in filtering the air's contaminants and helps to ensure the correct air/fuel mixture.

 

The Engine Air Filter is typically a paper element that reduces harmful dirt particles from entering the engine's air intake system where they may cause engine damage.

The Breather Element is typically a paper or foam element that helps filter the air pulled into the engine crankcase by the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) system or a metered orifice.

The PCV Valve or metered orifice regulates the flow of crankcase fumes into the intake manifold so they can be burned and help maintain proper crankcase pressure.

 

As Engine Air Filtration components become restricted, airflow is reduced, which could lead to poor acceleration, reduced engine performance, reduced fuel economy, oil leaks as well as other issues.

 

Our service: we visually inspect the Engine Air Filtration System components and recommend replacement, as necessary.

 

Passenger Cabin Air Filter Replacement

 

  • Your cabin air filter is designed to remove pollen, dust, dirt, bacteria, and other airborne contaminants

  • Made from a medical grade paper and should be replace annually, or they can become a health hazard

 

Our service includes: the installation of a new passenger cabin air filter.

 

The passenger cabin air filter in your vehicle serves the same purpose as the air conditioning filter in your home. It reduces the amount of contaminants such as pollen, dust, soot and odors that enter your vehicle through the vent system.

 

Cooling System Services
 

 

Radiator/Antifreeze Coolant Service

 

  • Visually checking the radiator and radiator hoses for leaks

  • Evacuating the old antifreeze/coolant

  • Refilling the cooling system with the appropriate type and amount of antifreeze/coolant

 

The main functions of the Engine Cooling System are to carry heat away from the engine and maintain the correct operating temperature. The system accomplishes this by circulating antifreeze/coolant around the components where heat is generated and carrying it to the radiator to be cooled.

 

In the engine cooling system, an appropriate amount of an antifreeze/coolant and water mixture is necessary to help reduce the risk of the engine overheating and freezing. Another important feature of antifreeze/coolant is that it inhibits rust and corrosion in the cooling system.

 

Radiator Cap Replacement Service

 

  • Visually inspecting for antifreeze/coolant leaks and/or damage at the radiator/pressure cap to filler neck or reservoir seals

  • Visually inspecting the radiator/pressure cap for cracks, seal or thread damage, tab retention damage

  • Pressure testing the radiator/pressure cap to ensure it holds the proper pressure as designed

  • Replacing the radiator/pressure cap with a new cap that meets OEM specifications

 

A Radiator Cap, also known as a "pressure cap", controls pressure in the cooling system. The cap may be mounted on the radiator filler neck or on top of the coolant reservoir.

 

Electrical System Services
 

 

Battery Maintenance Service

 

  • Provides power to the starter motor, ignition system, fuel system and other electrical devices during engine starting

  • Stores energy

  • Provides power to the electronic components as required when the vehicle is off (e.g., digital radios, clocks, door locks, alarms, vehicle computers, etc)

 

The battery supplies electrical power to the starter, along with the rest of the electrical components of the vehicle, which is necessary to start the engine. When the engine starts running, the charging system takes over to provide electricity to the various vehicle electrical systems. The battery cable terminals connect the battery to the electrical system.

 

Battery Diagnostic

 

  • Using test equipment to check cranking amp capacity of the battery

  • Testing the electrical draw of the starter

  • Testing the electrical output of the alternator

 

Battery Replacement

 

  • Visually inspecting the battery

  • Using test equipment to check cranking amp capacity of the battery

  • Connecting an external electrical power source to the system when necessary, to prevent loss of electric memory in digital radios, clocks, door locks, alarms and other systems

  • Removing the old battery and replacing with a new one

 

Battery Terminal Cleaning

 

  • Visually inspecting the battery cable terminals

  • Connecting an external electrical power source to the system when necessary to prevent the loss of electric memory in digital radios, clocks, door locks, alarms and other systems

  • Removing the battery cable terminals from battery

  • Cleaning the battery posts and cable terminals

  • Reconnecting the battery cable terminals to battery

  • Coating of battery posts and cable terminals with a protective spray

 

Battery Terminal Replacement

 

  • Visual inspection of battery cable terminals

  • Connecting an external electrical power source to the system when necessary to prevent the loss of electric memory in digital radios, clocks, door locks, alarms and other systems

  • Removing the battery cable terminal(s) from the battery

  • Cleaning the battery post(s)replacing battery terminal(s)

  • Reconnecting the battery cable terminal(s) to the battery

  • Coating the battery post(s) and cable terminal(s) with a protective spray

 

Light Bulb Inspection and Replacement

 

  • Visually inspecting the exterior lights of the vehicle

  • Replacing non-working light bulbs when they are verified to be burned out

 

Proper operating light bulbs and headlamps are important to one's safety. Headlights help notify other drivers of your location while also improving your vision. Parking lamps, taillights and turn signals identify when you're braking, changing lanes or making a turn. Most states require exterior lights to be functional.

 

 

Engine Services
 

 

Serpentine Belt Replacement

 

  • Visually inspecting the serpentine belt

  • Removing the old serpentine belt and installing a new serpentine belt

 

The serpentine belt transfers power from the engine to operate various engine components, including the alternator, water pump, power steering pump and the air conditioner compressor.

 

Transmission Services
 

 

A transmission is a speed and power-changing device located between the engine and the driving wheels of a vehicle. It provides a means for changing the ratio between engine RPM and driving wheel RPM to best meet each particular driving situation.

 

Automatic transmission fluid lubricates, cools and cleans internal components of the transmission. It also helps to maintain the hydraulic pressure necessary for the transmission to function. The additives in the transmission fluid can be depleted over time. The automatic transmission filter helps remove dirt and contaminants from the automatic transmission fluid.

 

Manual transmission fluid provides lubrication to gears, bearings, shafts, and other internal components. Heat, pressure and friction can slowly breakdown the additives in the manual transmission fluid. In addition, small particles of metal may come off the gears as they wear and these metal particles can mix with the fluid. Fluids can also become contaminated with water.

 

Automatic Transmission Drain and Fill

 

  • remove the transmission fill/drain plug to remove the old automatic transmission fluid

  • reinstall transmission fill/drain plug

  • refill the transmission with new automatic transmission fluid to the proper level

 

Automatic Transmission Filter Replacement

 

  • remove the transmission pan

  • remove the old transmission filter and replacing it with a new transmission filter

  • remove the old gasket material

  • replace the pan gasket with a new gasket and reinstalling the pan

  • refill the transmission with new automatic transmission fluid to the proper level

 

Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchange

 

  • Change the fluid in the transmission system, including the torque converter and transmission cooler

 

Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchange and Filter Replacement

 

  • change the fluid in the transmission system, including the torque converter and transmission cooler

  • remove the transmission pan

  • remove the old transmission filter and replacing it with a new transmission filter

  • remove the old gasket material

  • replace the pan gasket with a new gasket and reinstalling the pan

  • refill the transmission with new automatic transmission fluid to the proper level

 

Manual Transmission Service

 

  • evacuate the old manual transmission fluid

  • fill the manual transmission fluid with the manufacturer's recommended type and quantity of new fluid

 

 

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