This inspection includes the removal of all 4 wheels. A visual inspection of all the brake components is performed as well as measurements of brake linings, rotors and/or brake drums. In order to complete this inspection the technician will inspect wheel speed sensors, brake fluid, master cylinder and parking brake components.
Upon completion the technician will then deliver a clear understanding of the life remaining in your brake system as well as a priority list in how to proceed.
Servicing the brakes includes grinding corrosion from rotor surface which builds up over time and removing glaze from brake pad surface. Cleaning and lubricating all brake components pro-longs the life of all components.
Every vehicle is given a complimentary visual inspection with every oil change.
- inspect the windshield
- test wiper operation & adjust washer fluid level
- test all lights and signals
- test horn operation
- inspect all fluid levels and condition
- test coolant strength during winter temperatures
- inspect for any visual fluid leaks
- inspect battery case, connections and terminals for corrosion
- inspect undercarriage of vehicle
When your “check engine” light comes on, a trouble code will be stored in the vehicles computer. When scanning a vehicle the following is included – visual inspection of related components, system analysis & research of all technical service bulletins pertaining to the issue. This service should be performed when you have a check engine light illuminated and are looking to receive preliminary information before committing to further work.
- Air Conditioning Repairs
- Anti-Lock Brake Systems
- Custom Wheels
- Engine Tune Ups
- Exhaust Systems
- Four Wheel Drive Services
- Fuel Injection Cleaning
- Light Trucks Repair & Service
- Lube, Mufflers
- Oil & Filter Services
- Safety Inspections
- Steering & Suspension
- Tire Sales & Repairs
- Tire & Personal Storage
- Trailer Hitches & Wiring
- Transmission & Clutches, Wheel Alignments