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The following is a short list of just some of the many services we offer:

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Listed below are the parts of a vehicle that are required by law to be inspected by a mechanic during an inspection on a passenger vehicle:

  • The body, and seat belt assemblies
  • The windshield and windows
  • The horn
  • The windshield wipers
  • The rear-view mirror
  • The lighting systems
  • The exhaust system
  • The brake system
  • The steering system
  • The suspension system
  • The wheels and tires
  • The coupling system

  • Drain the engine oil, replace the oil filter.
  • Fill the engine with new warranty approved oil.
  • Perform a visual inspection of
  • All under hood fluid levels
  • The drive belt(s) condition
  • The radiator hoses
  • Lubricate the front end(where applicable)
  • Visual inspection of all under car components (ie. Exhaust system, Brake components, body condition, etc.)

  • Drain the cooling system, flush the cooling system, inspect all coolant hoses, radiator condition and install new coolant/ anti-freeze mixture. Bleed the air from the cooling system, run engine to normal operating temperature; verify thermostat operation and the radiator fan operation.

    Clean the throttle plate and bore, spray the intake runners with cleaner for a presoak. Prepare the Fuel Injection Motorvac machine and perform the cleaning service. It helps to rid the engine of harmful carbon deposits on the valves, pistons, fuel injectors and the entire combustion chamber. Cleaning the system should improve fuel mileage and engine performance.

    Inspect the entire suspension and steering system, set up the alignment machine, check the settings and adjust as necessary to return the alignment to factory specifications. This will ensure a safe properly handling vehicle and promote good tire wear

    Hook up the fluid exchange machine, drain the transmission pan of fluid, remove the transmission pan, install a new filter, put the transmission pan back in place, fill the pan with fluid. Perform a complete flush of the transmission with new manufacture recommended transmission fluid, fill transmission fluid level to proper level, add a transmission conditioner and test drive the vehicle.

    Hook up the computer Scanner and check for codes, inspect all computer operating systems to make sure they are within the proper operating ranges. Inspect the ignition system and replace any parts that are dirty or worn below specification including spark plugs, pcv valve, air filter, fuel filter, distributor cap and rotor (where applicable) and the ignition wires (where applicable).

    Visually inspect the brake hydraulic system for leaks. Remove all wheels and inspect brake linings, wheel cylinders, brake calipers and brake hardware. Clean the brakes and adjust the rear brake shoes. Inspect the disc brake caliper sliders, Brake pads and brake rotors for any signs of rust or uneven wear.

    Inspect the battery terminals and clean if necessary. Test the battery and record readings. Inspect the alternator drive belt and adjust if necessary. Test the charging system output and record the readings. Perform starter draw test and record readings. Test for parasitic draw on electrical system and record readings.

    Road test the vehicle to test power steering operation. Inspect for leaks, flush the entire power steering system including the pump, lines and rack and pinion assembly. Fill the system with new manufacture recommended power steering fluid and an additive to revitalize the seals and “o” rings. Road test to verify the proper operation of the power steering system.

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