We Service & Repair Your European Car
There’s nothing like driving a well-maintained European car. With superior performance, interior comforts, and reliability, it’s easy to see why they continue to be so popular & highly coveted among drivers. When it comes time for service though, it’s important that you maintain that same high standard. Cutting any corners or putting off maintenance can quickly negatively impact the performance you get from your car.
we offer much more than full-service automotive repairs. Our Technicians combine the convenience of flexibility with well-developed training to bring you the best of both worlds. We offer the auto repair services you need at rates you can afford.
The schedule maintenance is a time-based series of activities performed on equipment to maintain the smooth operation of the vehicle.
A brake is a mechanical device that inhibits motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. It is used for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, wheel, or axle, or to prevent its motion, most often accomplished by means of friction.
A/C Service and Repairs
There are many parts to an AC system, which have to work together. It is a sealed system, so if it is low on charge, that means there’s a leak somewhere. There are various tools to detect a leak, including the scan tool, which for almost every new vehicle we have to hook up to diagnose an AC system.
We provide Car suspension work. our car’s suspension consists of three primary components – shock absorbers, springs, and struts.
A diagnostic test is a digital analysis of your car’s various computer systems and components.
Insurance/ Extended Warranties Work
This is where the extended warranty comes in. It is an additional warranty that you can buy at the time of purchasing the new car
The job of an exhaust system is to move the burnt air-fuel mixture out of the engine.
A transmission changes gears depending on car speed and accelerator input so that the engine’s RPM or “revolutions per minute” are kept appropriately low.
During an electrical system service appointment, our mechanic will take a look at the key parts of your car’s electrical system, including the alternator, drive belt, voltage regulator, starter, ignition switch, neutral safety switch, and battery cables and terminals.
In a motor vehicle, the clutch acts as a mechanical linkage between the engine and transmission, and briefly disconnects, or separates the engine from the transmission system.
Tune–ups are all about engine maintenance so your vehicle starts well, runs smoothly and operates as efficiently as possible.