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Auto air conditioning service and repair
When an AC system does not cool properly, you can easily be tested for a low charge by adding a small amount of refrigerant (usually between 2-4oz). One of the most common failures of mobile AC systems is that they leak. When the system is low on refrigerant, it will not perform or cool as well. By adding a small amount of refrigerant, you are testing for a low charge condition. Once you add some refrigerant, if cooling improves, you have confirmed that the system is low on refrigerant. The system should then be recovered and leak tested before adding any more refrigerant or recharging.

Auto diagnostic services
Create your own dashboard to diagnose, monitor, and repair your vehicle Unlimited data logging Read and clear real time parameters and trouble codes Turn off your check engine light. Evaluate hundreds of real time parameters on your oxygen sensors, MAF, MAP, and much more.

Auto electrical systems service and repair
Automotive electrical repair, truck electrical repair and more vehicle electronics troubleshooting.

Auto emissions testing and repair
Emission inspections are required for many original vehicle registrations and for each annual renewal. your mailed renewal notice will indicate whether a test is required.notice for stations: dmv has adopted new regulations requiring it to conduct an annual inspection of each emissions station and additional inspections as deemed necessary. notices of violation will be issued immediately in cases where testing procedures are not followed.

Auto engine balancing
Engine Balance Flywheel A 4 cylinder engine produces a power stroke every half crankshaft revolution, an 8 cylinder, every quarter revolution. This means that a V8 will be smother running than a 4. To keep the combustion pulses from generating a vibration, a flywheel is attached to the back of the crankshaft. The flywheel is a disk that is about 12 to 15 inches in diameter. On a standard transmission car, the flywheel is a heavy iron disk that doubles as part of the clutch system. On automatic equipped vehicles, the flywheel is a stamped steel plate that mounts the heavy torque converter. The flywheel uses inertia to smooth out the normal engine pulses. Balance Shaft Some engines have an inherent rocking motion that produces an annoying vibration while running. To combat this, engineers employ one or more balance shafts.

Auto engine repair
REPAIRING, IF ENGINE IS HAVING ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS: - White smoke out of the muffler - Water drops out of the muffler - Constant loss of coolant - Coolant mixed with the engine oil - Exhaust gases in the radiator - Overheating on long uphills - Progressive loss of power - Hard to start when engine is cold - No heat from the Heater.

Auto fuel injection service and repair
Throttle bodies are one of the over-looked areas when trying to find more horsepower. Most people think that if they add an aftermarket cold air induction system, that there will be an increase in air flow. The volume of air does increase, however, the amount of air let into the engine is restricted by the size of the throttle body opening. If you want to increase the amount of air into the engine, then you need to increase the size of the throttle body opening. BBK throttle bodies will allow you to increase the air-flow and that will allow the air from your cold air inuction into the engine. This will give you the extra horsepower that you have been looking for. Most vehicles will only take about 15-30 minutes to change the throttle body, and you will be on your way.

Auto oil and lube
Is a great way to help keep your car running smoothly. Mechanics will replace your vehicles oil with the manufacturer-recommended weight and grade, change the oil filter, rotate all four tires and perform a visual courtesy check on your vehicles major systems, including brakes.

Auto radiator repair and rebuilding
Leaky radiators are troublesome. If you do not keep topping up the coolant in you cars radiator, you risk it overheating. A leaky radiator will leave ugly stains wherever you park. The coolant you leak can cause environmental damage. Nor is it good for your cooling system to have wildly fluctuating coolant levels.

Auto transmissions
Transmission mechanics repair and replace defective parts of automotive transmissions. they work on both manual and automatic transmissions found on buses, trucks, automobiles, and other vehicles. automatic transmissions today -- particularly those with front wheel drive technology or computerized systems -- are extremely complicated. the average one has over three thousand parts. in fact, there are more computers aboard a car today than aboard the first spaceship! these mechanics are often called transmission specialists or transmission technicians. in general, they may be classified as automotive specialty mechanics.

Auto tune ups
Tune-up mechanics specialize in adjusting the ignition timing and valves, as well as replacing spark plugs and other parts to ensure efficient engine performance of automobiles. Mechanics may also be called tune-up technicians. They often use electronic or computerized test equipment to locate malfunctions in fuel, ignition, and emission control systems.

Brakes service and repair
Dont get us wrong: We love high-performance engines and killer bodywork. But the fact is that nothing on your car or truck is more important than the brakes. Whether youve got all-wheel disc brakes or an older drum brake configuration, if your brakes cant stop you, thats all thats going to be on your mind. And with newer innovations like anti-lock brakes (also known as ABS brakes), keeping your braking system in tip-top shape has never been more essential. When talking about passenger car brakes and light truck brakes, there are a couple of systems involved. The hydraulic brake parts include the brake master cylinder, brake calipers, and brake wheel cylinders, along with brake lines and brake fluid. The friction brake parts include the brake pads, brake shoes, brake discs, brake drums, and associated brake springs and brake rods.

Cylinder heads and blocks rebuilding and repairing
Cylinder Head can repair and recondition your cracked or otherwise damaged aluminum and cast iron cylinder heads and cylinder blocks.

Four wheel drive vehicles service and repair
Automotive mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and other vehicles with gasoline engines such as jeeps, trucks, vans, and recreational vehicles. automotive mechanics may also be called automotive service technicians. Some mechanics may also be called carburetor mechanics, radiator mechanics, or transmission mechanics, depending on their specialty.

Golf carts service and repair
Can repair mechanical and physical damage to all makes and models of golf carts.

Inspection
Service station attendants may work at self-service stations or full-service locations. attendants may service automobiles, buses, trucks, boats, and other automotive or marine vehicles with fuel, lubricants, and accessories.

Limousines service and repair
Automotive mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and other vehicles with gasoline engines such as jeeps, trucks, vans, and recreational vehicles. automotive mechanics may also be called automotive service technicians. Some mechanics may also be called carburetor mechanics, radiator mechanics, or transmission mechanics, depending on their specialty.

Mobile auto service and repair
Mobile home installers move or set up mobile homes or manufactured housing. They perform a variety of tasks to prepare new and used units for display and sale. Installers may service campers, travel trailers, and motor homes. They also may deliver or repair mobile homes, prefabricated houses, or travel trailers. They may drive trucks or escorts to transport the units to their destination. They may also be called manufactured housing installers.

Motorcycle inspection
Whether you motorcycle has been stored or you have been riding on a regular basis, it is always a good idea to do a periodic inspection. this will ensure you bike is safe to ride as well as reliable. here are some tips what to check on your bike: electrical, engine fluids, brakes, tires and wheels, engine and transmission and frame and suspension.

Motorcycles, motor scooters, and atvs service and repair
Motorcycles, motor scooters mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair motorcycles, motor scooters with gasoline engines . motorcycles, motor scooters mechanics may also be called motorcycles, motor scooters service technicians. Some mechanics may also be called carburetor mechanics, radiator mechanics, or transmission mechanics, depending on their specialty.

Mufflers and exhaust systems service and repair
Performance exhaust systems can affect your vehicles hp, its appearance, and the way it sounds. While many people seem to thrive on exhaust systems that can be heard coming from a mile away, most performance exhaust systems will actually give your car or truck a unique sound that helps it stand out in a crowd.

Race car fabrication and repair
Fabrication department is responsible for any special component fabrication for the racing industry as well as making some of those parts that are no longer available for the restoration projects. This area of the shop is used extensively to repair parts rather than replacing them in order to maintain the original part.

Repair warranty program
Getting repaired and back on the road is so simple. If your vehicle breaks down or is in need of a repair, take it or have it towed to any licensed repair facility and present your extended car warranty service agreement to the Service Department.

Rvs and campers service and repair
Automotive mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and other vehicles with gasoline engines such as jeeps, trucks, vans, and recreational vehicles. automotive mechanics may also be called automotive service technicians. Some mechanics may also be called carburetor mechanics, radiator mechanics, or transmission mechanics, depending on their specialty.

Speedometers service and repair
Repair electronic and mechanical speedometers, from domestic and foreign cars to motorcycles to tractors and RVs to heavy trucks., also, program mileage on new or used clusters for both mechanical and electronic clusters. NOTE: Proper documentation may be required.

Truck alignment
Making sure your truck or van is properly aligned is the most critical maintenance activity. An improperly aligned vehicle will wander down the highway, steer hard at slow speeds, wear tires prematurely and unevenly, waste fuel and cause driver fatigue. Aligning a medium-duty truck is not like aligning a car. Most trucks have complicated steering and suspension systems. Many have tag axles or at least four tires on the rear axle.

Trucks service and repair
Automotive mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and other vehicles with gasoline engines such as jeeps, trucks, vans, and recreational vehicles. Civilian automotive mechanics may also be called automotive service technicians. Some mechanics may also be called carburetor mechanics, radiator mechanics, or transmission mechanics, depending on their specialty.

Wheel and tire balancing
Wheel Balancing Improper wheel balance is the most common cause of tire vibration. Often a tire will appear to be round and true when rotated slowly. However, when one side is heavier than the other. centrifugal force tries to throw the heavy area outward during operation. To obtain maximum tire wear and a comfortable ride, you should balance the wheels. The two types of tire imbalance are as follows: DYNAMIC IMBALANCE (fig. 8-42) lies on either or both sides of the center line of the tire, which causes the tire to vibrate up and down (wheel hop) and from side to side (wheel shimmy). To be in dynamic balance, the top-to-bottom weight and the side-to-side weight must all be equal. STATIC IMBALANCE (fig. 8-43), also called wheel tramp or hop, lies in the plane of wheel rotation, which causes the tire to vibrate up and down.

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