CV Axle Repair and Replacement

The CV Boot(s) are the protective coverings which contain grease to lubricate the constant velocity joints (drive axles). Replacing the CV Boot(s) will prevent further CV joint damage and can reduce “clicking” noise if present when turning.

Power train System Services

The power train system consists of the internal combustion engine, transmission and differential/axle assembly. The power train is controlled via an On-Board computer network. In a front-wheel drive vehicle, the transmission and differential

Check Engine Light Diagnostics

Your vehicle is driving erratically, or you’ve got a warning light on your dashboard that was blinking yesterday and now is on steady. What do you do? Quick attention to dashboard lights can save you thousands on serious repairs down the road.

Brake Repair

When it comes to safety, no part of your vehicle is more important than the brakes. They should be inspected at least once a year to determine the condition of the hydraulic system and operating hardware.

Air Conditioning

The cooling system removes the tremendous heat generated by your vehicle’s engine. This heat, if left uncontrolled, can quickly damage vital engine components. The cooling system is sealed and under pressure.

Tune Up Service

When your vehicle is properly tuned, the ignition system, fuel system, emission system and computer system all work together in perfect harmony. This results in peak combustion chamber efficiency, improving performance, saving you money

Fuel System: Air Induction and Fuel Injection Services

Heat causes buildup of carbon and varnish in your vehicle’s engine, and the deposits act as a sponge that soak up fuel, restrict and misdirect proper air flow. The results are poor engine efficiency,

Oil Change

Oil is as precious to your engine as blood is to your body. Without oil to lubricate the metal parts, your engine will die. So if you want your oil to do its job, make sure to avoid severe driving conditions Extreme hot or cold climates can wear out your oil faster, as well as idling for long periods of time,

Shocks and Struts

The primary function of your cars suspension and steering systems is to allow the wheels to move independently of the car, while keeping it "suspended" and stable. Any play or uncontrolled motion in these systems results in a deterioration of handling and accelerated tire wear. Vehicle alignment is closely tied to the condition of the suspension and steering systems..