Auto Repair Services

The cooling system in your vehicle is a pressurized, closed loop system that uses coolant to move heat from your engine block to the radiator, where the coolant has an opportunity to cool before being moved by the water pump back to pick up more heat. As long… Read more
Since 1996, all vehicles have been produced with an on-board diagnostic system. This system is in line with the engine management control system, and records incidents with sensors, temperature, levels of certain gases, and general engine drivability.… Read more
Your drive axle routes the direction of power from the transmission to the drive wheels. This can be either the front, the back, or all wheels on your car, truck or SUV. There are many mechanical components to deliver this power, including bearings, universal… Read more
Your electrical system is like your nervous system, but in your vehicle. It delivers current and impulses from one electrical component to another, and in the case of the many computers in the vehicle, at lightning speed. These impulses are needed to operate… Read more
All vehicles require fluids that either transfer mechanical energy (like brakes) or are used to cool or lubricate other components, like your engine oil or cooling system. Due to heat, pressure or other outside forces, many of these fluids must be as clean as… Read more
Your fuel system (along with other systems as well) is controlled by a computer and sensors known as the Engine Management Unit. The sensors measure many factors, such as coolant temperature, air pressure, engine vacuum, ambient air temperature and more to… Read more

Service Reminders

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