Tune ups should happen at least every 30,000 miles or every two years, depending on the age and mileage of the car. A tune up makes sure that often overlooked “little things” work correctly and get replaced if needed.
Proper tire balance and alignment is important as it reduces tire wear, increases the longevity of the tire, makes driving safer, and enhances vehicle performance.
Wheel alignment, sometimes referred to as breaking or tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker’s specification. The purpose of these adjustments is to reduce tire wear, and to ensure that vehicle travel is straight and true (without “pulling” to one side).
Tires & Alignments
Make sure to get your timing belt replaced regularly and by a certified mechanic. If you have trouble finding out when exactly the belt should be changed; you could consult our professional mechanic.
The timing belt serves a very important part when it comes to making your engine run. Namely, the timing belt is the belt that controls the camshafts in your engine and keeps the entire operation running smoothly. Note that timing belts are present in engines with overhead cams, and are essential to keep these cams turning at the right time in order to keep the engine running. Remember that a camshaft is the shaft that opens and loses the intake and exhaust valves in your engine, both letting air in to create combustion, and venting the exhaust that comes from those explosions. A timing belt must be properly calibrated in order to move in time with the motion of the pistons.
It is very important to make sure you have your seat belts checked at least once every six months.
It’s a frightening statistic when you realise that nearly 65% of people who are killed in auto accidents are not wearing their seat belts. Of those who were killed, the most common age group is the 16 to 25-year-olds and experts have noted that this same age group is usually associated with the most drink-driving offences which occur in the nation. In fact, similar statistics apply in most countries around the world.
Drivability refers to anything having do with how your vehicle is performing while on the road. From the fuel system to affected components and other systems like the power-train, ignition, distributor, exhaust system, brakes, tires, suspension and so in. With the proper diagnostics, the problems are zeroed in on and solved before they become a major issue.
Drivability & Diagnostic
Driving produces an enormous amount of heat – enough to cause serious damage to your engine. That’s why a properly maintained cooling system is so essential to prevent your engine from overheating or, even worse, seizing up. At Speedy Auto Service we’ll inspect your cooling system to spot potential problems before they start.
From the first time your engine is started, dirt, carbon deposits and varnishes are formed in your vehicle’s fuel systems, on the intake valves, and in the combustion chamber areas. A fuel carbon cleaning system process will remove carbon deposits from your vehicle’s fuel system, injectors, intake valves, and combustion chamber. This cleaning process will not damage your vehicle’s fuel system or engine components. Saves you money by improving fuel mileage and heads off costly repairs. Reduces the risk of breakdowns, contributes to the overall performance of your vehicle, and reduces air pollution, increases safety and dependability, prevents you from voiding your warranty.
Fuel Injection Service
Radiator repair and maintenance is essential to the health of your engine and your vehicle. The most common radiator repairs involve simple part replacement and radiator fluid exchange. Additionally, most vehicle manufacturers recommend replacing coolant antifreeze at regular intervals.
It is recommended that a preventative cooling system maintenance check be performed at least once every two years. The main function of the Cooling System is to carry heat away from the engine and maintain the desired operating temperature. This is accomplished by circulating antifreeze/coolant through the engine, where heat is generated, and carrying it to the radiator to be cooled. The radiator hoses and heater hoses are easily inspected by opening the hood and looking. You want to be sure that the hoses have no cracking or splitting and that there is no bulging or swelling at the ends.