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For those that are visiting our auto repair facility for the first time you will find a customer oriented professional & friendly shop that provides dealer level repair and service at a better price! 

      TUNING & BRAKES

 

A tune-up service used to refer to making adjustments to a carburettor, ignition point & condenser, ignition timing, and changing spark plugs. The term "tune-up" now slowly being replaced in the auto repair industry with the term ignition system tune up.

The words tune up for current vehicles are interchangeable with a 5,000 mile service, minor service, intermediate service, or major service.

These major tune up services are performed at mileage intervals typically 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. Less major service interval for most Japanese made vehicles are every 5,000 miles.

The 5,000 mile service (minor tune up) should include an engine oil change, tire rotation, brake inspection, check all fluids, lights, and battery. We think this 5,000 mile tune up service is the single most important tune up to keep your vehicle running for a long time.

      CAR SERVICING
 

We are here to answer any questions you have regarding your vehicles engine oil change and filter service. We change the engine oil on 15-20 cars each day ranging from Toyota, Honda, Lexus, Proton, Nissan, Subaru, Mazda, Infiniti, and all other Japanese made vehicles! Please contact one of our auto repair and service experts today for your next engine oil & filter service. 

      WHEELS & SUSPENSION
 

Wheel alignment can be disrupted on your vehicle by vehicle suspension modification or by running into a curb, pothole, bump, etc. Our auto repair mechanics are trained to look for wheel alignment issues whenever a vehicle is getting an inspection in our shop. 

A few things that you can check to determine if your vehicle needs an alignment:

  1. If your steering wheel is off center when you are driving straight on the road

  2. The vehicle pulls left or right when you are on a flat straight road

  3. When you have to put pressure (or slightly turn) in order to keep your vehicle moving straight on a flat road

  4. If you front or rear tires are wearing on the inner or out edges at a faster pace than the rest of the tire