With advanced testing equipment, we ensure the quality of repairs and minimize the possibility of repeated failures. This is just a brief list of our automotive repair services. Our skilled technicians can repair nearly anything!
Cooling System Repairs
A vehicle’s cooling system is a complex network of components that work together to keep the engine from overheating. The system includes the radiator, coolant, thermostat, water pump, hoses, and other parts.
Over time, the cooling system can develop problems that can lead to overheating. Some of the most common problems include:
- Leaks: The radiator, hoses, and other components of the cooling system can develop leaks. This can cause coolant to leak out, which can lead to overheating.
- Clogged hoses: The hoses in the cooling system can become clogged with debris. This can restrict the flow of coolant, which can also lead to overheating.
- Defective thermostat: The thermostat controls the flow of coolant through the engine. If the thermostat becomes defective, it can cause the engine to overheat.
- Worn water pump: The water pump circulates coolant through the engine. If the water pump becomes worn, it can cause the engine to overheat.
If you notice any of the signs of a cooling system problem, it is important to have the problem diagnosed and repaired as soon as possible. Overheating can cause serious damage to the engine, so it is important to take steps to prevent it.
The electrical system is responsible for powering all of the vehicle’s components and can be expensive but they are important to keep your vehicle safe. There are a number of different electrical components that can be repaired or replaced, some of the more common ones are:
- Starter: The starter is a small electric motor that turns the engine over when you turn the key in the ignition. If the starter fails, the engine will not start.
- Alternator: The alternator is an electric generator that charges the battery and provides power to the electrical system when the engine is running. If the alternator fails, the battery will not be charged and the electrical system will not work properly.
- Battery: The battery is a storage device that provides power to the electrical system when the engine is not running. If the battery fails, the electrical system will not work properly.
- Light bulb: Light Bulbs burn out over time and need to be replaced.
- Fuse(s): Fuses are small devices that protect the electrical system from damage. If a fuse blows, it needs to be replaced.
- Relays: Relays are small electrical switches that control the flow of power to other components in the electrical system. If a relay fails, it needs to be replaced.
- Wiring harness: The wiring harness is a network of wires that connects all of the electrical components in the vehicle. If the wiring harness is damaged, it needs to be repaired.
Your suspension system is responsible for absorbing bumps and vibrations, keeping the vehicle stable during cornering and braking, and providing a comfortable ride for passengers. There are a number of different suspension components that can be repaired or replaced, including Shock absorbers, Springs, Control arms, Ball joints, and Tie rods.
It may be time to have your vehicle’s suspension repaired by one of our ASE-certified technicians if you’re asking yourself these questions:
- Why does my vehicle bounce or vibrate excessively?
- Why does my vehicle pull to one side when I brake or accelerate?
- Why is it difficult to control my vehicle?
- Why does my vehicle make a clunking or banging noise when I go over bumps?
- Why are my tires unevenly worn?
Additional Auto Repairs
Engine Repair & Diagnostic
Transfer Case Repairs
Timing Belt Repairs