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  • 2005 Pontiac Vibe

    Pontiac Vibe
    Mileage
    90,845
    Service Date
    4/30/2024
    Services Performed
    • BEGIN BY CLEANING ANY CORRODED AREAS ON THE BATTERY TERMINALS TO ENSURE OPTIMAL CONNECTIVITY. FOLLOWING THIS, WE CAREFULLY REMOVE THE OLD BATTERY AND REPLACE IT WITH A NEW ONE, MAKING SURE THAT ALL WIRES ARE CORRECTLY INSERTED INTO THEIR DESIGNATED CAVITIES TO AVOID ANY ELECTRICAL ISSUES. AFTER INSTALLING THE NEW BATTERY, WE REASSEMBLE ALL BATTERY COMPONENTS AND SECURELY HARNESS ALL OTHER WIRES TO THEIR PROPER PLACES. ONCE EVERYTHING IS IN PLACE, WE CONNECT THE NEW BATTERY AND CONDUCT THOROUGH TESTING ON ALL AFFECTED SYSTEMS TO VERIFY THAT EVERYTHING IS FUNCTIONING AS INTENDED AFTER THE BATTERY REPLACEMENT.
    • DISASSEMBLE AND REPLACE THE DRIVE BELT. ENSURE ALL COMPONENTS ARE ASSEMBLED PROPERLY AND MAKE ANY ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED. THOROUGHLY TEST ALL RELEVANT AREAS TO ENSURE PROPER FUNCTIONALITY.
    • DISASSEMBLE ALL REQUIRED COMPONENTS TO ACCESS THE TIMING CHAIN TENSIONER GASKET. REPLACE THE GASKET WITH A NEW ONE AND REASSEMBLE ALL COMPONENTS CAREFULLY. ENSURE ALL NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE TO ENSURE PROPER FUNCTIONING OF THE TIMING CHAIN TENSIONER.
     
    FRANK K. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/27/2024
  • 2016 Jeep Renegade

    Jeep Renegade
    Mileage
    116,542
    Service Date
    5/23/2024
    Services Performed
    • VEHICLE SERVICE: – CHANGE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER – TIRE INFLATION CHECK – BRAKE COMPONENT INSPECTION – ALL FLUID LEVEL CHECK – RESET MAINTENCE COUNTER
    • Confirmed the customer’s concern and found there was a noise heard while driving in reverse. Performed a visual inspection under the hood of the vehicle and found the engine mounts and transmission mount were severely damaged. Performed a power brake test and noticed the engine and transmission were lurching, swaying off the mounts tremendously, and making a clunking noise. Used a pry bar to check for looseness in the engine mounts and transmission mount and found they were broken, which caused the engine and transmission to move excessively.
    • REMOVED ALL NECESSARY COMPONENTS IN THE ENGINE BAY TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE MOUNT. REMOVED AND REPLACED THE TRANSMISSION MOUNT, RIGHT ENGINE MOUNT, AND ENGINE TORQUE ROD. ASSEMBLED ALL NECESSARY COMPONENTS BACK TOGETHER AND MADE ALL REQUIRED ADJUSTMENTS. TESTED ALL AFFECTED AREAS TO ENSURE PROPER FUNCTIONING. CONDUCTED A COMPREHENSIVE INSPECTION TO VERIFY THERE ARE NO REMAINING VIBRATIONS OR OTHER ISSUES, ENSURING THE VEHICLE OPERATES SMOOTHLY AND EFFICIENTLY. ADDITIONALLY, CHECKED FOR ANY POTENTIAL INTERFERENCE OR MISALIGNMENT IN THE MOUNTING SYSTEM TO GUARANTEE LONG-TERM RELIABILITY.
     
    CAMERON C. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/26/2024
  • 2015 Lexus RX 350

    Lexus RX 350
    Mileage
    42,710
    Service Date
    5/21/2024
    Services Performed
    • VEHICLE SERVICE: – CHANGE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER – REPLACE AIR FILTER – TIRE INFLATION CHECK – BRAKE COMPONENT INSPECTION – ALL FLUID LEVEL CHECK – RESET MAINTENCE COUNTER
     
    AVEEDEH S. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/21/2024
  • 2006 Lexus GS 430

    Lexus GS 430
    Mileage
    210,238
    Service Date
    5/15/2024
    Services Performed
    • SMOG INSPECTION
    • SMOG CERTIFICATE
     
    WILBUR L. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/17/2024
  • 2022 GMC Canyon

    GMC Canyon
    Mileage
    19,157
    Service Date
    5/10/2024
    Services Performed
    • VEHICLE SERVICE: – CHANGE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER – TIRE INFLATION CHECK – BRAKE COMPONENT INSPECTION – ALL FLUID LEVEL CHECK – RESET MAINTENCE COUNTER
    • REPAIR FRONT HOOD LATCH
     
    AUSTIN N. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/10/2024
  • 2015 BMW X1

    BMW X1
    Mileage
    92,362
    Service Date
    5/3/2024
    Services Performed
    • VEHICLE SERVICE: – CHANGE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER – TIRE INFLATION CHECK – BRAKE COMPONENT INSPECTION – ALL FLUID LEVEL CHECK – RESET MAINTENCE COUNTER
     
    MARC M. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/6/2024
  • 2004 Volvo V70

    Volvo V70
    Mileage
    104,760
    Service Date
    5/3/2024
    Services Performed
    • VEHICLE SERVICE: – CHANGE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER – TIRE INFLATION CHECK – BRAKE COMPONENT INSPECTION – ALL FLUID LEVEL CHECK – RESET MAINTENANCE COUNTER
    • Connected a scan tool and found code P0455 – Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (Large Leak). Performed a visual inspection of the evaporative emission (EVAP) system to check for any signs of damage, but found no obvious faults. Connected a smoke machine to the EVAP system test port and induced smoke into the EVAP system to check for leaks. Used the scan tool to command the EVAP purge solenoid valve and the EVAP canister vent solenoid closed for the smoke test and found no signs of smoke, which indicated no external leaks were present. Continued to inspect the EVAP system by removing the vacuum source hose from the EVAP purge solenoid valve and observed smoke emitted from the EVAP purge solenoid valve, which indicated it leaked. Attached a vacuum pump to the EVAP purge solenoid valve and tested the valve by applying vacuum. The EVAP purge solenoid valve leaked and did not retain the applied vacuum. The results of these tests verified the EVAP purge solenoid valve was faulty. REMOVE ALL NECESSARY COMPONENTS. REMOVE AND REPLACE PURGE VALVE. ASSEMBLE TOGETHER AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS. TEST ALL AFFECTED AREAS.
     
    DOUGLAS O A. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/5/2024
  • 2019 Honda HR-V

    Honda HR-V
    Mileage
    50,276
    Service Date
    4/30/2024
    Services Performed
    • DISASSEMBLE ALL RELEVANT COMPONENTS WITHIN THE REAR SUSPENSION SYSTEM. REPLACE THE REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS WITH NEW COMPONENTS. METICULOUSLY REASSEMBLE ALL PARTS AND MAKE ANY NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS TO ENSURE PROPER FUNCTIONALITY. THOROUGHLY TEST ALL AFFECTED AREAS TO VERIFY CORRECT OPERATION.
     
    SHEINA L. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/30/2024
  • 2018 Honda CR-V

    Honda CR-V
    Mileage
    30,273
    Service Date
    4/29/2024
    Services Performed
    • BEGIN BY CAREFULLY DISMANTLING ALL ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS RELATED TO THE VALVE COVER. REPLACE THE VALVE COVER GASKET WITH A NEW, HIGH-QUALITY COMPONENT. METICULOUSLY REASSEMBLE ALL COMPONENTS, ENSURING PRECISE ALIGNMENT AND PROPER FITTING. CONDUCT THOROUGH TESTING ON ALL AFFECTED AREAS TO VERIFY OPTIMAL FUNCTIONALITY AND PERFORMANCE.
    • PERFORM A BRAKE FLUID FLUSH BY PARKING THE VEHICLE ON A LEVEL SURFACE AND GATHERING NECESSARY TOOLS. ATTACH A CLEAR HOSE TO THE BRAKE BLEEDER SCREW ON THE FURTHEST WHEEL, ROUTE THE OTHER END INTO A CONTAINER, AND OPEN THE BLEEDER SCREW. HAVE AN ASSISTANT PRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL, THEN CLOSE THE BLEEDER SCREW AND REPEAT FOR EACH WHEEL. TOP OFF THE FLUID, TEST THE BRAKE PEDAL, CHECK FOR LEAKS, RECORD MAINTENANCE, DISPOSE OF OLD FLUID PROPERLY, AND PERFORM A FINAL INSPECTION FOR SECURITY AND FUNCTIONALITY.
     
    AURORA G. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/29/2024
  • 2016 Toyota 4Runner

    Toyota 4Runner
    Mileage
    51,847
    Service Date
    4/25/2024
    Services Performed
    • Connected a scan tool and found code P0305 – Cylinder 5 Misfire Detected. Inspected the air intake and fuel systems, but found no faults. Connected a spark tester to ignition coil #5, ran the engine and found the coil did not produce a steady spark. Attached a lab scope with an inductive ammeter to the ignition coil #5 control circuit, ran the engine and monitored the ignition coil primary amperage waveform on the lab scope. The ignition coil primary amperage waveform monitored on the lab scope indicated ignition coil #5 was shorted. REMOVE ALL NECESSARY COMPONENTS. REMOVE AND REPLACE IGNITION COIL FOR CYLINDER NUMBER 5. ASSEMBLE TOGETHER AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS. TEST ALL AFFECTED AREAS.
     
    JEFF G. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/25/2024