Clunking, thunking, knocking, vibrating, squealing, hesitating or just not doing anything? We never guess at your problems. We will test drive and lift your car to assess the issues. Our parts and labour are warrantied for at least one year. We prefer to use our own parts to ensure quality and to have you covered for warranty issues.
We will always prioritize your repairs in terms of what is required for safety purposes and what can be left until another time. We belong to multiple online subscription services which can guide us in our diagnostics and advise us of recalls, technical safety bulletins and extended warranties on your vehicle. We will always advise you should we find any repairs that are covered on your manufacturer or a third party warranty. Below are just some of our services:
Our scanning tools and diagnostic equipment can usually get to the bottom of issues quickly. But not always. Sometimes electrical issues can take time to trace. Our technicians have the resources and tools to get to the bottom of the issue.
Road surface such as potholes, hitting a curb, and just plain old driving time affect your wheel alignment and it is the alignment of the vehicle that maintains the tire’s proper contact with the road surface. If you notice that your vehicle is pulling left or right, or that your tire’s tread is wearing off on the inside or outside edge it might be time for an alignment. However, pulling problems are not always related to wheel alignment. Problems with tires (especially unequal air pressure), brakes and power steering can also be responsible. It is up to a good wheel alignment technician to determine the cause. You will find that a properly aligned vehicle will save you money by increasing fuel economy by as much as 6% and providing extended tire life.
All four of your car's wheels spin on greased bearings. A worn-out bearing makes a grinding or howling sound that grows louder and higher-pitched with speed, and is loudest on curves -- a bad left-side bearing will be loudest on right hand turns and vice-versa. Bearings fail when they run out of grease or get contaminated with debris. The increased friction burns up the bearing, bringing the affected wheel to a sudden stop -- shocking at 15 miles per hour, disastrous at 65. Halt this problem before it halts you.