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most popular services and Maintenance

Oil Change Service

Short drives and infrequent oil changes are two factors that lead to formation of sludge in an engine. This gelling of the oil can cause premature engine failure. Oil change intervals depend on the type of driving done. If most of the driving is open highway with little stop and go the interval could be 5000-7500 miles. But if the driving done is short trips and or stop and go, the oil should be changed every 3000 miles or 6 months whichever comes first. Some vehicles use a monitoring program that lets the computer say when to change the oil. Every oil change includes a 12 point inspection, top up of fluids and set tire pressures.

Automatic Transmission service

Remove transmission oil pan and replace internal filter (if equipped), top off fluid and test drive. This service is designed for regular maintenance and should be performed with a transmission flush if the fluid is extremely dirty or burnt. This service only replaces approximately 50-60% of the fluid.

Automatic Transmission flush

This service hooks into the cooler lines and completely flushes the transmission fluid, thereby replacing 100% of the fluid. For best results, you should perform this service along with the traditional transmission service. By doing both services together, you start off with clean fluid and a new filter. Keep in mind that both of these services are done for maintenance and if you are having a shifting problem, additional repairs may be required.

Minor maintenance service

This service includes an oil change, full vehicle inspection including the brakes and suspension, inspection of all exterior lights, windshield wipers and a battery service. This service should be performed in between your major maintenance services to help keep your car in top running order.

Major maintenance service

This is typically your 30/60/90,000 mile service. Each manufacturer has their own recommendations on what services should be performed at this interval. Ask your service advisor for more information on keeping your car maintained.

Brakes

We first perform a complete inspection of the braking system. Without doing this, we cannot adequately determine what your car really needs or how much it will cost. Our technicians can repair all braking systems including the newer anti-lock brake systems. Each car requires different components to repair the braking system so please schedule an appointment to have your brakes inspected.

Suspension/shocks/struts

By replacing the shocks and struts on your vehicle you can maintain the ride quality, handling characteristics and performance of your automobile. Shocks and struts wear out very gradually and most people can’t feel the difference until they are replaced and the ride and handling is firm and crisp. Any time a shock or strut is leaking it is impossible for it to do its job properly and should be replaced. On most vehicles, when the front struts are replaced an alignment should also be performed.

Heat/Air Conditioning

The heating and air conditioning system, also known as climate control, is what keeps us comfortable when we drive our cars. The coolant should be replaced periodically. Proper service and diagnosis of the air conditioning system and related repairs should only be done by a qualified technician. There are certain EPA regulations and procedures that must be followed for proper repair and recovery of the refrigerant. An improper repair can result in damage to the rest of the system. Please allow our qualified technicians to service your heating and air conditioning system.

Alignments

Proper wheel alignment is important for your car to handle properly and for your tires to wear evenly. An out of alignment vehicle can result in diminished fuel mileage, abnormal tire wear, extra wear and tear on suspension components and a possible pull to one side. The old myth, “the car drives straight, the alignment is fine” is just that, A MYTH. The alignment angle that will cause tire wear WILL NOT cause a pull, and transversely, the angle that causes a pull CANNOT cause tire wear. We recommend having your vehicle aligned at least once a year and any time tires or suspension components are replaced.