Engine Oil Change
Basic Engine Oil Change
Synthetic Engine Oil Change
Brake Fluid Flush
One of the reasons of poor brake performance is due to lack of maintenance of brake fluid. Brake fluid is hydroscopic, meaning it absorbs moisture. When brake fluid is put threw high heat and then cools down the process builds moisture. The fluid absorbs the moisture and lowers the boiling point of the fluid, extending stopping distance and possibly causing sluggish brake response or brake failure during:
- Panic stops.
- Stop-and-go driving.
- Downhill parking.
Clutch Fluid Flush
An efficient cooling system, therefore, requires several things: an adequate supply of coolant, an efficient heat exchanger, a fan to pull air through the radiator at low speeds, a water pump to keep the coolant moving, and a thermostat to regulate the operating temperature of the engine for good performance, fuel economy, and emissions. The coolant must also have the right mix of water and antifreeze to provide adequate freezing and boiling protection, and the proper amount of corrosion inhibitors to protect against rust, oxidation and electrolysis.
To keep the cooling system in good operating condition, it is important to get our certified technician to check the level, strength, and condition of the coolant. If a coolant flush is prolonged, the protective additives can entirely deplete. According to the Canadian Department of Transportation, cooling system failure is the leading cause of mechanical breakdowns on the highway. Also, according to numerous aftermarket surveys that have been performed over the years, coolant neglect is one of the leading causes of cooling system breakdowns.
Differential Fluid Change
Power Steering Fluid Flush
Transfer Case Fluid Change
Transmission Fluid Change
Numerous driving conditions — stop-and-go driving, hauling a heavy load, driving long distances or up and down mountains — can heat transmission fluid beyond acceptable limits. At these higher temperatures, ATF begins to break down, and your transmission begins to shift gears roughly, slowly or both.
We always use the specified fluid from the dealer because we believe that your vehicle demands the correct fluid. Before we release any vehicle, our trained technicians test the vehicle under normal operating temperatures and take the vehicle on road test.
Fuel Injector Flush
This accumulation eventually reduces the flow of fuel through the injector and disrupts its spray pattern, causing the engine to run lean. This can manifest itself in a number of ways, although the most common is driveability problems such as flat spots and hesitations. Blocked injectors are not the only cause of drivability problems. An increasingly common problem with later vehicles is the build-up of organic material in the throttle body and intake manifold, and carbon on intake valves and ports – all of which can cause a range of problems
Our injector cleaning process provides overall fuel system detergency that rapidly cleans and effectively removes harmful deposits from fuel injector intake valves combustion chambers and the air induction system. Improves rust protection of the complete fuel system
Our signature three step process includes the following services:
- Flushing injectors right at the fuel rail.
- Cleaning the throttle body and intake.
- Adding a specialized additive to fuel tank that cleans your system while driving.