Tire Rotation
Tire rotation refers to the regular practice of switching the position of each tire on the car. Tire rotation helps to equalize tread wear and is critical to gain the maximum life from your tire investment.
Wheel Balance
 Proper wheel balance ensures that the wheels, while spinning, do not have a heavy spot that can cause vibration and premature wear of tires, struts, shocks and other steering and suspension components. When combined with proper wheel alignment, balanced wheels ensure smooth and enjoyable driving.
Shocks and Struts
The primary function of your cars suspension and steering systems is to allow the wheels to move independently of the car, while keeping it “suspended” and stable. Any play or uncontrolled motion in these systems results in a deterioration of handling and accelerated tire wear. Vehicle alignment is closely tied to the condition of the suspension and steering systems.
 
Computerized Engine Analysis
The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that convert engine operating conditions into electrical signals. Based on the information and instructions stored in the computer program, commands are then sent to three primary systems: Ignition System, Fuel System, & Emission Control System.
Heating and Air Conditioning
Your car’s engine is the power source for both heating and air conditioning systems.
Batteries
We can help you choose the right battery for your vehicle and lifestyle. Our staff can safely and professionally install your battery and get you back on the road.
Belts and Hose Inspection
Exposure to heat, vibration and contamination makes belts and hoses wear out faster than any other components in your car. That’s why regular inspections are so important
Emissions Testing
The best way to keep your vehicle environmentally friendly is by performing regularly scheduled maintenance, rather than waiting to correct a problem after your car fails an emissions test.
Oil, Lube, and Filter
For best results, consult your owner’s manual, but consider that your driving probably constitutes a severe maintenance schedule. Usually, this means oil and filter changes every 3,000 miles or 3 months.
Transmission Maintenance
Vehicles with automatic transmissions require transmission fluid. It protects the transmission from running too hot, especially during strenuous conditions such as towing or steep hills.
Tire Repair
One of the leading causes of tire failure and casing rejection during the retread process is a faulty repair.
Disc Brake Service
Your safety depends on brakes that work properly. Regular inspections and maintenance are essential for all brake system components, including the brake pedal, cylinders, brake lines and fluid, calipers, rotors or drums, and disc pads or shoes.
Scheduled Maint.
Stay safe on the road, save money, and enjoy a smoother, quieter ride by keeping your vehicle in top condition. It’s easy; just follow the maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual.
Cooling System Maintenance
Chances are you never give your vehicle air conditioner a thought until it fails you on the hottest day of the year. Take care of your A/C as you do the rest of your car and the next heat wave, you’ll be glad you did.

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