Belts, Hoses - Your vehicle’s belts and hoses are involved in processes within the cooling system, air conditioning system, charging system, and engine.
Lube, Oil & Filter Change - An oil change and oil filter replacement are one of many preventative maintenance services that help promote maximum vehicle performance.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) - The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) tracks the amount of pressure in tires and alerts a driver when the pressure is at an insufficient level. There are two types of tire pressure monitoring systems—direct and indirect. A direct TPMS receives information from pressure sensors inside each tire on the vehicle, while an indirect TPMS uses speed sensor data from the wheels to determine tire pressure levels.
Steering and Suspension System - The steering and suspension system on your vehicle is responsible for maintaining comfortable riding conditions and driving performance.
Brake Repair - A fully functioning brake system is crucial to your safety, the safety of your passengers, and the safety of other drivers on the road.
Four Wheel Drive System - Four wheel drive systems allow all four wheels on a vehicle to spin simultaneously. All 4WD vehicles have a transfer case between the front and rear axles that prevents the axles from spinning at different speeds.
Engine Diagnostic and Performance - Every vehicle built since 1996 has been equipped with an On-Board Diagnostics System that monitors engine performance.
Differential Repair - The differential is responsible for transferring engine power to the wheels. It also compensates for and adjusts to the differences.
Cooling System Repair - The cooling system consists of a cooling fan, water pump, thermostat, radiator, heater core, heater valve, and various other parts.
Preventative Maintenance - Preventive maintenance is the care and protection of your vehicle against potential major auto repairs.
Diesel Engine Repair - Built with durability, reliability, and optimization in mind, diesel engine systems are designed to use their own compression to ignite fuel.
Starter, Charging, & Battery - Your vehicle’s starting and charging system is involved in regulating multiple electrical processes to start your vehicle's engine.
Wheel Alignment - A wheel alignment consists of adjusting the wheels of your vehicle so that all wheels are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground.
Transmission Repair - The transmission is the link between the engine and the wheels of your vehicle. Whether you drive a manual, automatic, or semi-automatic vehicle.
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Electrical and Electronic Systems - The electrical and electronic systems in your vehicle are responsible for routing power and information in order to dictate.
Exhaust System Repair - Located on the underside of your vehicle, the exhaust system is responsible for collecting and directing harmful emissions away from.
Axle, CV Joint, Driveshaft Repair - Your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components are integral to the performance and drivability of your vehicle.
Wheel Services - Wheels help support the weight of a vehicle and serve as a connection between the entire tire-wheel assembly and a vehicle’s axle. Wheels may be made from steel, aluminum, or alloy. Parts on a wheel include the rim, centerbore, outboard face, and spokes.
Climate Control Systems - A climate control system is a complex system that requires routine maintenance for increased seasonal performance and operation.