Transmission Fluid

The transmission directs the power of your car’s engine to the wheels at a steady speed. This yields the best balance of performance and fuel efficiency even under the most extreme load or temperature conditions. The transmission is made up of more than 2,000 moving parts, all of which need to be lubricated and cooled.…

Transmission Replacement

There is no engine component more complex and essential than the transmission. It’s responsible for shifting gears and applying the right amount of power and torque to the wheels. If your car is making grinding noises, shows problems shifting gears or has a burning smell, chances are it’s time to rebuild or replace your transmission.…

Water Pump

The vacuum pump is attached to the engine and maintains the pressure between in the outside air and the engine intake manifold. The pressure created helps run different systems like the ventilation and power braking. While there is no set time frame for having your vacuum pump serviced, ask your Service Advisor to check for…

EGR Valve

The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Valve is vital to your car’s emission controls. By circulating a small portion of exhaust back into the engine, the valve keeps huge amounts of unburned fuel from being released into the atmosphere. To maintain your car’s efficiency, it’s important the EGR valve is working properly. If the EGR valve…

Drum Brakes

On many vehicles, drum brakes are an integral part of the braking system. When so equipped, they’re typically found on the rear wheels of a vehicle. They not only slow and stop your vehicle, but also may function as the parking or emergency brake. Drum brakes work on the same principle as disc brakes. When…