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Owner Mike Fasheh is an ASE Certified Technician with specialties in CNG, LPG and Diesel.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) (methane stored at high pressure) can be used in place of gasoline (petrol), Diesel fuel and propane/LPG. CNG combustion produces fewer undesirable gases than the fuels mentioned above. It is safer than...Read More »
Change the transmission fluid and filter, install a new pan gasket, check for leaks, and test drive vehicle.
What is an Automatic Transmission?
The transmission works with the engine to provide power to you car’s wheels. Whether automatic or manual, the transmission plays a major role in the overall dependability of your...Read More »
Changing your vehicle’s oil is one of the most important things you can do to avoid bringing large bags of money to your mechanic later on.
However, there’s a lot of controversy about exactly when engine oil gets old and how often it should be replaced with new oil. Because there...Read More »
Perform 30,000 mile preventive maintenance service per manufacture’s recommendations.
Is The 30,000 (30K) Mile Maintenance Necessary?
A common question from customers: “Is the 30,000 mile (30K) maintenance service necessary?”. Like many things, the answer is “It depends”. It depends upon whether or not you like to gamble and whether or not you...Read More »
Visually inspect the air conditioning compressor drive belt for cracks or damage.
Check operation of the air conditioning compressor and other air conditioning components.
Inspect accessible components for leaks or damage.
Evacuate refrigerant from the system.
Vacuum test the system and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant to the system capacity...Read More »
Drain coolant, flush the radiator, check the system and install new coolant mix.
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
What is it?
The engine cooling system affects your car’s overall dependability and engine longevity. Cooling systems have advanced over the years with new coolant formulations and new radiator designs and materials. If you suspect a...Read More »
Perform 4 cylinder engine minor tune up. replace all spark plugs. check ignition system. check dist. cap and dist. rotor. check spark plug wires. check air and fuel filters. check engine timing and idle. check throttle body assembly and intake deposits. check for codes in computer memory and monitor related...Read More »
Diagnose the cause of excessive emissions.
Your car’s emission system keeps the engine running cleanly and efficiently in all sorts of operating conditions. If your car’s engine isn’t performing up to par or the “Check Engine” light goes on, have it inspected immediately. Failure to do so can reduce your mileage...Read More »
Remove the wheels and drums; inspect brake friction materials, master cylinder, brake lines, calipers and wheel cylinders.
Typical Car and Truck Brake Systems Basic Operation
The hydraulic brake system consists of the following:
Hydraulic Brake Master Cylinder Fluid Reservoir: Contains supply of brake fluid for the hydraulic brake system.
Hydraulic Brake Master Cylinder: Converts...Read More »
Replace the FWD axle assembly, CV Joints, McPherson Strut, Spindle, Ball Joiints.
“As technology advances so does the car industry. As mentioned earlier the main function of the drive train is to transmit the power of the engine to the wheels. This is done by a driveshaft that transfers torque from...Read More »