top of page


transparent file.png


The engine is the heart of your car. It is a complex machine built to convert heat from burning gas into the force that turns the road wheels.

Untitled design - 2022-01-19T025001.117.png


An alignment corrects the angles of the tires so that they come into contact with the road in just the right way.

rear end.png

Rear End

Allows the transfer of power from your transmission to your wheels.

Untitled design - 2022-01-21T134022.310.png


Any time that your rims are compromised, cannot hold air, or cause braking and handling problems mean that they need to be replaced. 

Untitled design.png

AC System

The air-conditioning system in a car works by manipulating refrigerant between a liquid and a gaseous state. 

transmition (1).png


A typical vehicle transmission is comprised of between four and ten gear sets and a series of gear trains.


Sway Bar Link

A worn-out sway bar link must be replaced to keep your vehicle safe.


Untitled design - 2022-01-19T025534.876.png

Steering is a system of components, linkages, etc. that allows a vehicle to follow a desired course.



A muffler or silencer is a device for reducing the noise emitted by the exhaust of an internal combustion engine.

Sway Bar Link Struts (1).png

Heat System

The heating system of a car is run by a small part called a heater core. This small device, much like an old-fashioned radiator, creates heat for the passenger cabin during cold.

break (2).png


A brake is a mechanical device that inhibits motion by absorbing energy from a moving system.

shocks (2).png

Struts and Shocks

Enhancing control when you turn, brake, accelerate or encounter uneven road surfaces.



Tires are designed to support the weight of the vehicle, absorb road shocks, transmit traction, torque and braking forces to the road surface and maintain and change the direction of travel.

Untitled design copy.png

Keyless Ignition System

This feature allows you to fire up your car's engine without fumbling for a key in your pocket or purse


Oil Change

Newer engines may need oil changes every 5000 miles while older engines need changes every 3000 miles. Depend on your mechanic to determine you vehicles needs.

Need One Of Them? Give Us a Call Now!
bottom of page