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  • 2006 Ford Mustang

    Ford Mustang
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • Diagnose- -**** Shiver/misfire intermittently, lost power..
    • SPARK PLUGS – Remove & Replace – V6
    • SPARK PLUG WIRE SET – Remove & Replace
    • CATALYTIC CONVERTER – Remove & Replace – V6 Assembly
    • OXYGEN SENSOR – Remove & Replace – O2 Sensor,One – [Includes: Component test.]
    • OXYGEN SENSOR – Remove & Replace – O2 Sensor,One – [Includes: Component test.]
    • OXYGEN SENSOR – Remove & Replace – O2 Sensor,One – [Includes: Component test.]
    • OXYGEN SENSOR – Remove & Replace – O2 Sensor,One – [Includes: Component test.]
    • Retest drive, scan computers & possibly more diagnoses? [ diag not included ]
    • Removed the muffler to Cleaned cat partical out of the muffler
    Jack B. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/7/2024
  • 2013 Ford F-150

    Ford F-150
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • – Test drove vehicle and found the transmission has a noisy whine. – PO722-00 Output shaft speed sensor circuit (No signal) – On test drive noticed speedometer read 0 mph. – Shortly after, transmission would engage into first gear. – Checked for misfire counts. No misfires at this time. – Tested OSS signal wire has continuity. – Racked vehicle to check fluid level and condition, Fluid is very dirty and burnt. – Used testing equipment to test the output shaft sensor. The wave forms were extremely erratic, these readings usually indicate a damaged reluctant ring. – Took a fluid sample from the transmission, fluid smelt burnt and was dirty, transmission makes a lot of noise. – Recommend new transmission.
    • TRANSMISSION OIL PAN &/OR GASKET – Remove & Replace
    • TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace – V6,4WD
    • (Additional) – TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace w/Skid Plate
    • – Hook up re flash equipment – Connect to the data base, down load the program To install into the new computer. – Retest after completing the re flash to confirm it is working as it should.
    • (Combination) – OIL COOLER LINES – Flush
    • (Combination) – FRONT PUMP SEAL – Remove & Replace
    • (Combination) – TORQUE CONVERTER – Remove
    • EXTENSION HOUSING SEAL – Remove & Replace – 4WD – [Includes: R&I Transfer Case Assembly. Includes: Scan Tool and Road Test.]
    • TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER – Remove & Replace
    • TRANSFER CASE OIL SEAL – Remove & Replace – Rear,Output
    • TRANSFER CASE OIL SEAL – Remove & Replace – Front,Input – [Includes: R&I Transfer Case Assembly.]
    Leo G. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/4/2024
  • 2012 Ford Focus

    Ford Focus
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • – Idling in revers, there is a slit shudder. – On test drive the transmission has a erratic shift & feels to be slipping on acceleration. – Trans fluid is full. – Trans fluid is dirty & smells burned. – Front & rear brakes are looking good.
    • A/C COMPRESSOR DRIVE BELT – Remove & Replace – Normally Aspirated – [Includes: Serpentine type Belt(s).]
    Mike G. gave our service a 5 star review on 9/15/2023
  • 2014 RAM 1500

    RAM 1500
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • Looking to buy Compression test
    • ENGINE COMPRESSION – Testing – V8,5.7L Eng – [NOTE: Add 0.2 for wet compression retest.]
    Curtis C. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/31/2023
  • 2005 Kia Spectra5

    Kia Spectra5
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • – Tightened battery cable [ the positive cable was loose. ]
    • Re attach Window wiper arm
    • DOOR WINDOW SWITCH – Remove & Replace – One Side
    • – Replacement switch is not available. – Once switch was removed . – Disassembled the switch. – Cleaned the switch – Tested several times – Re installed the switch & tested again. – The switch is working @ this time.
    • ALTERNATOR DRIVE BELT – Remove & Replace – w/Air Cond – [Includes: Serpentine and V-Belt type Belt(s).]
    Brian & Tina S. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/26/2023
  • 2005 Ford Freestyle

    Ford Freestyle
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • – Used jump box to get the vehicle in to the shop to diagnose the concern. – Once the vehicle was in the shop we hooked up battery charger. – Hooked up test equipment – Confirmed the alternator was Not charging – Charged the battery fully. – Retested charging system again confirmed the new alternator is working.
    • ALTERNATOR ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace
    Mark H. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/13/2021
  • 2015 Hyundai Sonata

    Hyundai Sonata
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • AIR CLEANER ELEMENT – Remove & Replace
    • CABIN AIR FILTER – Remove & Replace
    • Changed Motor Oil & Replaced Filter, Added 5 QTS Blended Motor Oil, Lube Chassis, Check all Fluid Levels
    • COOLING SYSTEM – Drain and refill (Recommended every 30,000 miles)
    • Purged cooling system of air Verify thermostat opens Verify coolant fan operates (if applicable) Confirm no leaks
    • SPARK PLUGS – Remove & Replace – All (Recommended every 45,000 miles)
    • WHEELS (ALL) – Rotate – [Includes: Adjust Tire air pressure and torque Wheels to factory specifications.]
    Marlene & David H. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/8/2021
  • 2010 Ford Pickup

    Ford Pickup
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • Disconnect blower resistor. Connect new resistor and test. Works on all blower speeds. Install resistor and recheck. Working correctly at this time.
    • Remove resistor. Check for power to motor. Failed. Check power to resistor. Passed Check power out of resistor. Failed. Recommend replace resistor and retest. Customer approves. Check engine light on P0130 B1S1 O2 sensor P0150 B2S1 O2 sensor Oil change due
    John N. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/21/2021
  • 2017 Dodge Charger

    Dodge Charger
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • Remove cabin air filter found in engine compartment. No evidence of rodents at this time. Remove glove box and blower motor. Inspect blower motor, inlet and ducting. No evidence of rodents at this time. Pictures taken Remove engine covers per customer request. No evidence of rodents. Put on lift. Inspect wheel wells and under vehicle. No evidence of rodents.
    Jeff S. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/31/2020
  • 2008 Pontiac G6

    Pontiac G6
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • Inspect cooling system. Coolant reservoir cap hard to get off. Outside is covered with sealant. Recommend new coolant reservoir and cap Pressure test system Radiator leaking from top tank under top hose. Recommend replacing radiator. Connect test equipment P0172 System too rich bank 1 P0175 System too rich bank 2 P1258 Engine coolant over temperature – protection mode active Confirmed cooling fans turn on Change oil light on
    • Partially disassemble front bumper Found upper hose glued to radiator. Recommend replacing upper hose. Customer approves. Drain coolant/antifreeze Cut off upper hose and remove hose and radiator. Install new radiator. Install new upper radiator hose
    • Purged cooling system of air Verify thermostat opens Verify coolant fan operates (if applicable) Confirm no leaks Clear codes Test drive. Right reverse light is out Right brake light is dim Turn signal for left turn signal does not stay engaged
    • Remove reserve tank. Install new reserve tank. Fill cooling system with fresh coolant/antifreeze New tank comes with sensor. Does not connect to anything on this model Pontiac.
    Marlene A. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/21/2020