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In the garage with Steve Lynn* and Jose Borras
*Certified Master L1 Mechanic


Air Conditioners Ensures proper refrigerant recovery through evacuation, fill, and recharge, bringing a mechanically sound system back to original performance.

Includes: A/C Performance, Evaluation service, Evacuation & Recharge Refrigerant, and Inspection of drive belt.
Alternators Battery/Alternator light on, hard starting, no crank, volt gauge reading low.

Recommended Evaluation - Testing of battery, alternator and starter. Interpret results and provide customer a recap of evaluation with recommended solution.
Batteries A professional evaluation of today's complex electrical systems can save you time and money by ensuring optimum performance.

Includes: Battery test, Alternator and starter system analysis, Verification that system voltage exists at all alternator and starter points.
Belts and Hoses Vehicles typically have either a single serpentine belt or multiple belts (including the Timing Belt, Drive Belt and V-Belt). Belt life varies considerably so we pull your vehicle maintenance schedule for the original equipment manufacturer's recommended replacement interval.
Brakes *FREE brake inspection* In addition to normal degradation of brake hardware, over time the same wear issues will affect the operation of hydraulic components like, calipers, wheel cylinders, and brake hoses. Failure of hydraulic brake components can lead to expensive repairs and loss of braking.

Service's available includes - Machining of Drums/ Rotors, Brake Hardware, Fluid Exchange, New Calipers/Wheel Cylinders.
Check Engine Lights Pull codes and provide customer a recap of codes and code definitions.
Computer Analysis Complete test and evaluation of vehicle's inoperative circuit. Interpret results and provide customer a recap of evaluations with recommended solution.
Drive Axles The rubber cover that protects the drive axle joint is commonly known as the CV boot. Cracks or tears in the rubber can cause leaks and expose the CV joint to the elements.

This is the inspection of the rubber cover that protects the drive axle joint. It's also known as the CV (constant velocity) boot, because the drive axle joint it covers is more commonly called the CV joint.
General Repairs Keep your vehicle running longer and safer and prevent big repairs by paying a little attention to proper maintenance. Let us tailor a package that meets your specific scheduled maintenance needs.
Shocks Many things affect vehicles in motion. Weight distribution, speed, road conditions and wind to name just a few. To effectively navigate through all these factors, the vehicle suspension system—including the shocks, struts and springs—must be in good condition. Worn suspension components may reduce the stability of the vehicle and reduce driver control. They may also accelerate wear on other suspension components.

 

3707 Elm Street, Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 827 - 6887


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