Does your engine make a tapping noise when idling or when you press on the gas, you hear a popping from the exhaust? When you start the engine, you hear a ticking noise that increases with an increase in engine speed? Or there is a rattling noise from the engine when you accelerate? These are all signs of engine problems. We have the equipment to perform a diagnostic on your engine before the problem accelerates into a total engine replacement.
Here are some symptoms and warning signs that your A/C & Heating/Cooling System needs attention:
• A/C system doesn’t cool vehicle to set temperature
• Fan/blower doe not work when set in A/C mode
• Fan/blower is louder than usual
• Some or all of the dash controls do not work
• Heater, top and side vents, or defroster do not work
• A/C or engine makes loud noises when the heat or A/C is turned on
• Vehicle stalls or idles roughly when A/C is turned on
• Vehicle runs hot or overheats when A/C is on
• There is water on the car’s floor board
• Unusual odors come from interior vents
• A/C unit has not been serviced regularly
• Windows fog when defroster is turned on
Regular brake inspections should be part of your vehicle’s ongoing maintenance, helping to ensure its safety and reliability. We recommend that you have them inspected at least once a year or if you experience any of the following:
• Low or spongy brake pedal
• Hard brake pedal
• Brake warning light that stays on
• Continuously squealing or grinding brakes
• If it has been more than 2 years since your last brake fluid flush
A car requires a certain amount of preventative maintenance in order to continue to perform. A tune up is a regularly scheduled opportunity to do all of the preventative maintenance that needs to be done. Making sure that your car gets a tune up regularly will help maintain the performance of your car and extend its life. A tune up generally includes replacing the air filter, spark plugs, distributor cap and rotor. It can also include replacement of the spark plug wires, fuel filter, PVC valve and oxygen sensors.
Unaligned wheels cause your tires to wear prematurely, your steering wheel to be uneven and your car may pull to one side.
A four-wheel alignment is a computerized alignment in which all four wheels are set parallel and the steering wheel is centered. Four wheel alignments will help prolong the wear on your steering system, suspension, and tires. You should also experience better handling and improved gas mileage. We also provide solutions for lowered vehicle alignment and tire issues.