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General repair


  • Brake Repair.
  • Suspension & Steering Repair.
  • Shocks & Struts.
  • Cooling System Service & Repair.
  • Exhaust Systems & Mufflers.

Preventive Maintenance

  • Air Conditioning System
  • Oil, Lube and Filter Services
  • Tires and Balance
  • Transmission Flush
  • Radiator Flush


  • Computer Diagnostics.
  • Electrical System Diagnosis & Repair.
  • General Troubleshooting
  • Road Test

Transmission Flush and Routine Maintenance

  • 9 out of 10 transmission failures are caused by overheating and fluid consumption.
  • Conventional transmission service only replaces 25-40% of the old fluid. After new transmission fluid is added it become contaminated.
  • Surveys conducted by the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association show as many as 13 million transmissions fail annually.

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Know your options:

Types of Motor Oil

Motor oil can be segmented into four basic varieties—synthetic oil, synthetic blends, high mileage oil, and conventional oil.

Synthetic Motor Oil

Synthetic motor oil has gone through a chemically engineered process. Synthetic oil molecules are more uniform in shape with fewer impurities and better properties than conventional oil molecules. In general, synthetic oil has better extreme high temperature and low temperature performance. Synthetic oils are generally formulated with higher performing additives.

Synthetic Blend Motor Oil

Synthetic blend motor oil uses a mixture of synthetic and conventional base oils for added resistance to oxidation (compared to conventional oil) and provide excellent low-temperature properties.

High-Mileage Motor Oil

High-mileage motor oil is specially formulated for late model vehicles or newer vehicles with over 75,000 miles. High mileage motor oil, with its unique additives and formulation, helps to reduce oil burn-off, and helps prevent oil leaks that may occur in older engines.

Conventional Motor Oil

Conventional motor oils can be formulated in a range of viscosity grades and quality levels. Conventional motor oil is recommended for drivers with simple engine designs and regular (as opposed to severe) driving styles.1


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