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Project Description: Truck came in with brake problems, grinding and pulling when braking. What We Did: Discussed symptoms in detail with the customer, (more details help us identify the problem better) duplicated the issues on a test drive with the customer. After we figured out what was causing the problem, we put a list of… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: Scheduled tune up service for BMW as recommended by the manufacture. What We Did: Discussed recommended options with client and why its beneficial. All services are done to prolong your vehicles life, efficiency and increase fuel economy. We only use good quality parts and fluids, which are recommended by the manufacture. All repairs… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: This semi truck was getting a bit hot inside the cab during the summer, air conditioning was not cooling properly. What We Did: Using proper tools and equipment we were able to find the leak. Ordered all correct parts to repair the Air Conditioning system Replaced all parts and recharged system with proper… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: Due to the salt our vehicles are exposed to during the winter here are some issues. How to make your brakes last longer in Pennsylvania: Inside of the brake rotor (see the picture) will rust faster than the outside, because it is not vented when vehicle sits a lot. Drive it more and… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: Customer came in for an oil change and during our FREE 27 point inspection we noticed completely torn CV boots. Purpose of the CV boot is to keep the grease in and keep the dirt out, well in this case rubber boot was split open and dirt destroyed the CV joint and it… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: Vehicle came in for clicking noise and fluid leak… What We Found: Front differential case was cracked in half! This is on a TrailBlazer which did not tow anything and was an everyday regular driving vehicle To fix this we had to completely disassemble under carriage of the vehicle to remove and replace… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Project Description: Rear brakes were making a noise… What We Found: Brake rotor is rusted off or broke off the hub – look closer at the pictures. This vehicle just past state safety inspection at another garage, not all shops created or managed equally. We provide honest and high quality repairs for all of our… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →