Our services are vital in maintaining your fuel efficiency and increasing the overall lifespan of your vehicle. Book a service appointment today.
If you've been in a collision and your driver's and passenger's front airbags have deployed we can assist in the replacement of your airbag module.
Your car or light truck’s air filter is critical in keeping unwanted, engine damaging dirt and debris out of your engine. What you may not know, is that a dirty, plugged air filter can cause big problems with power and fuel efficiency. Your air filter should be checked at least every 12 months or 12,000 miles (19,000 kilometers).
A properly maintained air conditioning system can help keep you comfortable on hot summer days. Did you know that a properly functioning A/C system is also instrumental in helping to defrost your windshield on those cold, damp winter days as well? A properly functioning A/C system helps to dehumidify the air passing through the defrosting system enabling your windows to quickly clear and stay fog free. If your car's air conditioning system does not seem to be operating as efficiently as it once did, let us perform a full system performance check for you. We can test the system, find the leaks, and recharge the system so you get the proper operation you deserve.
An alternator is a generator of electric power in a car and is a major component of the vehicle's charging system. All cars with an internal combustion engine except for some hybrids have an alternator. When an engine is running, the alternator charges the battery and supplies additional electric power for the vehicle electrical systems.
A wheel alignment will keep your vehicle running safely and efficiently by promoting reduced tire wear, better gas mileage, and safer driving conditions. Uneven tread wear can be felt in a vehicle pulling to the right or left or a vibrating steering wheel. Left untreated, wheel alignment issues have the potential to turn into steering and suspension issues, since driving with wheels out of alignment not only puts stress on your tires but also on suspension components.
Your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components are integral to the performance and drivability of your vehicle...
Your battery supplies the electrical service to start your car when it is not running. It also serves as a reserve capacitor to protect sensitive electronics on your car from voltage spikes originating from the alternator. A bad battery will usually cause your car not to start, but in extreme failures, it can cause your car to die on the road. Extreme weather conditions such as heat or freezing cold temperatures can cause a weak battery to fail. Have your battery tested to check its performance.
A vehicle’s belts and hoses play a critical role in the operation of your cooling system, air conditioning system, charging system and more. Old hoses can become cracked and dry rotted, causing them to squeal or break. Radiator and heater hoses will deteriorate with age and can get hard, crack or become soft leading to system leakage & severe engine problems like overheating. A broken belt can lead to loss of power steering, battery, or engine overheating, leaving you stranded on the road.
Your brake system transmits the force you apply to the brake pedal, down hydraulic lines to the pistons in the brake calipers and wheel cylinders at your wheels. This force creates friction between the brake pads or shoes and the brake rotors or drums. This friction creates the stopping force needed to stop your car. If you're experiencing squealing or grinding noise, a pulsating brake pedal or a red brake light indicator, it is time to have your brakes checked as soon as possible.
The clutch does wear out over time, but the repair is a relatively simple maintenance job compared. Sometimes a clutch disc wears out to a point where it needs to be replaced completely. Other common problems include stretched cable controls, a leak in the hydraulics and occasionally air bubbles formed in the hydraulic line.
We use the same diagnostic equipment as manufacturers, making us a one-stop location for all your automotive needs. Our ASE-certified technicians will provide you with a detailed inspection and computer analysis of your vehicle and all the repairs you need to get you back on the road as swiftly and safely as possible.
We can check a lot of fluids during your oil change, but if you need a more comprehensive look, let us know! This is a full power steering and transmission fluid flush service.
Your diesel engine plays a major role in your vehicle, so it is especially important that you be aware of problems and seek repairs immediately. Because diesel engines make a considerable amount of noise during normal, everyday operation, diagnosing diesel engine problems can be hard to do if you are listening in on the engine. However, there are a number of symptoms you can watch out for that indicate your diesel engine needs maintenance.
The electrical and electronic systems in your vehicle are responsible for routing power and information in order to dictate the behavior of certain systems. The electrical systems are linked by wiring, fuses, circuit breakers, and relays. Loose or broken wiring, poor pin fits, and broken connectors or switches may lead to intermittent power or a completely inoperative system.
The check engine lamp can signal a variety of issues. The lights you should pay close attention to are check oil/oil level low, oil pressure low, and check engine. However, if any dash lights continue to stay on after you start the engine it is time for you to contact us for an engine diagnostics service. Typically when light switches stay on in the dash it is the first sign of engine problems.
The routine servicing of the engine to meet the manufacturer's specifications. Tune-ups are needed periodically according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure the vehicle runs as expected.
Your exhaust system takes the used up fuel and air charge from your engine, cleans it of its hazardous pollutants, and silences it before pushing it out the back of the vehicle. Common components of the exhaust system are the exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, flexible sections, center pipes, exhaust resonators and mufflers. These items work in harmony to reduce noise and vibration, remove heat, and eliminate harmful emissions from the engine.
We offer reliable, comprehensive fleet services for local, governmental, and commercial organizations. From cars to heavy-duty trucks, we provide a full range of auto repair services to fit your needs. When you own a fleet, time is valuable. If your vehicles do not work properly, it costs you money. Our skilled mechanics work quickly and efficiently to provide lasting solutions at affordable prices.
Front-end repairs are considered anything related to the bumper, grille or headlights, including any sensors available as even an option for the model. Rear-end repairs were classified as all OEM parts (including sensors) and labor related to the bumper and headlights.
A fuel induction service clears out the carbon deposits and buildup that forms inside your engine’s parts. This engine service can greatly improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency and drivability. Cleaning the throttle body increases the airflow to the engine, which helps reduce shaking or rough idle issues and hesitation during take off. Keeping up with your vehicle’s maintenance by getting this fuel induction service done will help you have a smoother ride.
Connected to In-N-out Market provides unleaded-87, unleaded -88 Unleaded-89 and premium-91. We also provide FlexFuel E-85.
Over time the clear plastic lens covers for your vehicle's headlights may become cloudy. Let us get your headlights looking like new again.
We offer bulb installation for any vehicle. If you think your headlights need improvement, schedule an appointment today.
Allowing a professional to replace your mirror for you saves you time, and frees you from the hassle of interpreting unclear installation instructions or keeping track of stray parts and hardware. A pro will have the right tools and experience to do the replacement quickly, correctly, and safely the first time.
As you drive, the oil pump circulates oil into your oil filter and throughout your engine. The oil filter cleans dirt and deposits out of the oil, keeping your engine clean and protected. As time passes, the oil filter will begin to get clogged with this debris and will no longer be able to keep the oil clean for the engine. Most manufacturers recommend changing the oil between 3,000 and 5,000 miles (5,000 and 8,000 kilometers) to insure long life and maximum performance.
Ever notice that when you turn your car off, your steering wheel is suddenly hard to move? That’s because the steering in most modern vehicles is assisted by a finely-calibrated pressure system that gives drivers more sensitive control. This is called power steering, and when it isn’t functioning properly, it can be very difficult to operate your car safely.
The radiator performs a critical function; it keeps the engine from overheating. While running, the engine produces heat. Coolant flowing through the system absorbs and removes extra heat from the engine. The coolant then passes through the radiator where it cools off and is later circulated back to the engine to absorb heat again. It is a good practice to change the coolant every 25,000-40,000 miles.
Your vehicle’s steering and suspension are designed to create maximum traction between your tires and the road. This provides steering stability and proper handling. Steering and suspension systems are key safety components and should be inspected annually or if you are experiencing problems such as uneven tire wear, excessive noise vibration or bouncing, loss of contact with the road, or have symptoms of the vehicle not wanting to track straight down the road.
Today’s transmissions are better and more complex than ever before. They are electronically shifted and computerized to produce better fuel economy, smoother shifting, and more reliability. They have become fully integrated into the engine performance system. These advancements have made diagnosing and servicing transmissions more important and complex than ever. While maintenance schedules for transmission fluids have been extended, failure to follow them can be a costly mistake.
Symptoms of an failing transmission include grinding gears, difficulty shifting, slipping out of gear, bucking, and hesitation. In a manual transmission, a dragging clutch is another sign of transmission issues. When this occurs, the clutch continues to spin with your vehicle’s engine, and a grinding noise will occur. Things that can negatively impact the life of your transmission include extreme driving habits, and excessive loads or heavy towing habits.