CV Joints & CV Axles
C.V. Axles are found on all Front Wheel Drive (FWD) cars and some Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) cars. Torn C.V. boots and worn C.V. joints or axles can cause damage to transmissions and other components.
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Today’s auto electrical systems are getting more intricate all the time. Your local technician will be glad to test and diagnose any problem you may be having with your battery, alternator, starter, or any other component of the all-important electrical system. Additionally, your car’s electrical system should be completely checked and tested every two years or whenever serviced for any type of drivability problem.
Engine Repair or Replacement
Automotive engine problems cannot and should not be ignored. Repairing or replacing your engine can be one of the most expensive costs associated with repairing your vehicle. For that reason, most technicians recommend that if your vehicle is less than 10 years old, or has less than 150,000 miles on it, you may consider repair rather than replacement, depending on the cause of the problem. However, if your vehicle has more than 150,000 miles, is generally running poorly, is burning oil, or has already locked up, replacement may be your better option.
Headlights & Taillights
Most drivers know when their vehicle’s headlight burns out, but what about the many other lights that are essential for safe driving?
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Steering and Suspension
When your vehicle’s steering and suspension systems suffer, your driving experience suffers. If you’re having handling problems or notice unusual movements over bumps or turns, or if you simply need a routine evaluation.