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Preventative maintenance will extend the lifespan of your vehicle and will save you money, and maybe even your life. There’s no sense in waiting for something to go wrong before looking at it. Bring your vehicle into at regular intervals for some preventive maintenance, and our skilled and professional technicians will sort out any issues that might be coming or which you have not yet noticed. Our preventive maintenance measures include:
Your cooling system needs to be flushed regularly to guarantee that it is operating at maximum capacity. If not, your engine is at risk of overheating, which could lead to you being stranded on the side of a highway.
Your brake lines need to be flushed to ensure that your brakes are operating at their peak capacity. Regular brake flushes are an integral aspect of preventive maintenance because without them you are risking your own safety and that of other drivers and pedestrians.
Your power steering also needs to be flushed. If you never get a power steering flush, your ability to steer will gradually decrease and become more difficult. This will make driving increasingly unpleasant and even dangerous.
Without working spark plugs, you’re not going anywhere. Your spark plugs are required to start your engine, so they’re pretty important. As such, you should have them inspected and replaced at regularly.
At , we only use factory approved instruments and parts to make sure your vehicle is up to code.
Fuel injection is what introduces the gas into the engine. If your vehicle’s fuel injectors are not up to snuff, you may not be able to drive at all.
At will ensure that your automobile meets all vehicle safety certifications, thus keeping you safe on the road and in the eyes of the law.
An E Test, or emissions test, tests your vehicle to make sure it is not emitting more than the legally mandated limit of pollutants.
Your exhaust system must be working properly to avoid engine trouble. To have a certified technician examine your exhaust system, contact us today.
You don’t want to be driving down the street and waking up the whole neighbourhood with an awful coughing, spluttering sound. Don’t be that guy; get your muffler inspected every so often to avoid an embarrassingly loud ride.
The catalytic converter is an emissions control device which reduces the toxicity of pollutants. As such, it is a key component in making sure your vehicle meets environmental standards.
Our ASE-certified technicians will do everything to keep your vehicle in great shape.
If you want to keep your car humming along, make sure you see regularly for preventative maintenance!