Computer Wheel Alignment
Wheel alignment is an adjustment an auto shop can make on your vehicle to ensure the tires are calibrated to point straight ahead. Proper wheel alignment makes a vehicle steer easily and allows tires wear evenly. When wheels are not aligned various problems result.
Uneven tread wear is a sign that the car was driven quite a while without proper wheel alignment.
Often the inner tire tread will wear down smooth while there is still plenty of outer tread left or vice versa. The result is that tires have to be replaced sooner than later.
The tire that is out of alignment will also wear prematurely and unevenly because of the constant drag place on its tread. The drag can also impact gasoline mileage.
There are telltale signs of a vehicle in need of wheel alignment. The tire that is pointing off-center will pull the vehicle in the direction it is oriented. For example, if the right front tire is nudged slightly inward, the steering wheel will pull left while driving on a flat, even surface. The driver will have to maintain a right pull on the steering wheel to keep the vehicle headed straight, even when driving on flat, straight road
Generally speaking, most car manufactures recommended you have the oil in your vehicle change every 3000 to 5000 miles or every three months.
Oil changes are done for the maintenance of the engine and get a longer lifespan.
We offer quick and efficient air-conditioning service.
Whether your problem is a simple system recharge, or replace the compressor, we can fix any problem.
We offer complete brake service
Check brake fluid
Check brake lines
Check replace brake pads
Resurfaced rotors and drops
Replace master cylinder
Starter / Alternator
We have the proper equipment to test your vehicle's electrical system.
If it is a short we will fix it.
Will replace it if necessary.
We can adjust or replace your timing belt as necessary.
You should replace your timing belt every 65 to 70,000 miles.
You should check it every 50,000 miles.
We change the filters and gaskets.
We have a machine to properly flush your transmission.
Stop at transmission light for bothering you.
We recommend changing the water pump when we change your timing belt.
We can repair any cooling system proxy may have.
Shocks and Struts
As a part of the suspension, both shocks and struts are designed to absorb shock for the Road, contribute to how the vehicle handles and provide overall comfort of the vehicles ride.
Signs of wear
Some signs of worn struts including excessive bouncing vehicle
Excessive front and body roll, and nose dive while breaking
Oil leakage from the struts
If the tire show signs of cupping, where around the circumference of the tire that usually causes a loud rumble while driving, it's a sign the the struts need attention.
Tire repair can become necessary for a couple of reasons but the most common is a nail stuck in the thread or a hole in the thread.
We can easily and efficiently determine where the leak is happening and we use more than one method to fix the leak, which method we use is up to the customer and when people are in a rush to recommend the plug. Both methods are just as safe as the other. It's all about your preference.
We offer a tire plug which is a quicker method where we remove whatever object punctured your tires thread and plug the hole without dismounting the tire from the rim. We also offer tire patch where we dismount your tire from the rim and use cement glue to guarantee that patch holds.
We do not repair side walls because that is dangerous and cause a blowout.
Tuneups are usually done for maintenance of the car. A tuneup should be done every 3000 to 5000 miles or every three months. There are two types of tuneups, a basic tuneup and a complete tuneup.
The basic tuneup is the changing of the spark plugs, air filter and motor oil. A complete tuneup is changing the spark plugs and it cables, air filter, motor oil, and the car comes equipped with it, a gas filter.
Wheel balancing allows the tires and wheels to spin without causing vibrations. This is accomplished by checking for heavy spots on the wheel tire combination and compensating for it by placing a measured lead weight on the opposite side of the wheel from where the heavy spot is.
The symptoms of the wheel that is how to balance are:
Vibration in the steering wheel at certain highway speeds
Vibration in the seat or floorboard at certain highway speeds
Scalloped or cupped wear pattern on the tires
We repair cracked in bent wheels. Please call to see if we can help you.