• AC Services
  • Alternators
  • Ball Joints
  • Batteries
  • Bearings
  • Brakes & Rotors
  • Catalytic Converters
  • Computer Diagnostics
  • Coolant Replacement
  • Diesel Repair
  • Engine Repair
  • Engine Rebuild & Swaps
  • Alignments
  • Fuel Injections
  • Hoses & Belts
  • Leak Repairs
  • Oil Changes
  • Rack & Pinion Steering
  • Radiator Flush
  • Shocks & Struts
  • Starters
  • State & Emission Inspections
  • Thermostats
  • Tires
  • Tire Repair
  • Transmissions
  • Tune-Ups
  • Water Pumps

Service Tips from Travis Phillips, General Manager

Your tires should be rotated every other oil change, or every 6000 miles. Neglecting to rotate tires is a major cause of premature tire wear.

There are many sensors and computerized components that manage your vehicle’s engine performance and emissions. When one of these fails, the "check engine" light is illuminated. Although your car may seem to run fine, it is important to have the issue addressed to prevent long-term problems.

This is a very serious problem – if your car overheats for too long, you can damage your engine. As soon as possible, find a safe place to pull off the road and shut the engine off! Do not attempt to check the fluid level in the radiator as it can burn you. The best thing to do is have your car towed to a repair shop.

You should get your oil changed every 3000 miles or as recommended in your vehicle’s owner’s manual.

Battery cables and terminals should also be cleaned and inspected to make sure they provide a good electrical connection.

To help ensure dependable, trouble-free performance, replace your car's fuel filter approximately every 30,000 miles or as recommended in your vehicle's owner's manual.

For maximum fuel economy and peak engine performance, your spark plugs should be replaced every 30 months or 30,000 miles, unless your vehicle is equipped with 100,000-mile platinum tipped spark plugs.