Auto Repair Services Offered at Twin Lakes Auto Service
Automobile, Truck repair and auto maintenance can be a stressful and costly adventure. Here at Twin Lakes Auto Service we inspect and diagnose your vehicle carefully and we will go over your options in detail prior to performing any service or repair. Your satisfaction is very important to us!
To keep your engine running newer, longer, you have to keep up with one of your vehicle’s most frequently needed services — the oil change. Changing your motor oil on a regular basis helps coat and protect your vital engine parts from excessive friction and heat. The longer you go between oil changes, the more your oil thickens and becomes less effective against engine wear and damage. Go without changing your oil, and you could face extensive engine repairs or replacement.
- Complete Oil and Oil Filter Change
- Tire pressure check
- Fluid level check
- Standard vehicle inspection
What happens when you apply the brakes? Does it stop straight and confidently, when and where you want it to? Can you depend on your brakes, or do you have brake problems? It’s inevitable: if you keep your vehicle long enough, you’ll need brake repair. Our techs can diagnose your brake problems, and we’ll explain options for brake repairs – ones that make sense for your vehicle and budget.
- Inspection of all brake components
- Resurfacing or replacement of brake rotors or drums
- Installation of new brake pads or shoes
Your engine is a beautiful thing. With some gas, air and a spark, it powers you down the road. Treat it well and your car will go the distance. But remember, every engine has different needs. Its well–being also depends on other factors, such as how you drive. At Twin Lakes Auto Service we have the know–how to help you get the most out of your engine. Whether you come in for a Check Engine Light diagnostic, maintenance or repairs, you’ll get expert service and advice.
- Visual inspection of engine components
- Installation of spark plugs
- Replace air filters
- Replace fuel filters
- Three-step process to remove carbon deposits on fuel injectors
Your engine’s moving parts create some serious friction as you drive. And serious friction generates serious heat. Your car’s cooling system pumps coolant (a mix of water and antifreeze) through the engine chambers to absorb excess heat. And your radiator removes that excess heat, so that the coolant can keep circulating. This process keeps temperatures at safe levels, and it protects your engine from damage. A well-maintained cooling system is key to keeping your car running newer, stronger and longer.
- Radiator, cap & hoses
- Radiator fan/fan clutch
- Antifreeze coolant
- Water pump
- Fan belts
- Serpentine belt
- Cooling sensor
- Heater hoses & core
- Temperature sensor
On a hot day, there’s nothing like that refreshing blast of chilled air. But to keep you cool, all the right car parts need to be in good working order. Over time, seals, o-rings, and hoses wear, and fittings can become loose. The result? Refrigerant leaks, which take a toll on your comfort — and the environment. Worse yet, leaks can damage other components, like the compressor and evaporator. Early detection will save you time and money.
- Complete System Inspection
- Receiver dryer or Accumulator
- Orifice tube or Expansion valve
- AC Service
Every day, your transmission works hard to keep you and your car on the go. Over time, the transmission fluid may get contaminated or lose the ability to keep your transmission performing at its peak. Your vehicle’s manufacturer is aware of this fact. So, they recommend getting your transmission flushed and a transmission fluid changed at specified maintenance intervals. This keeps your car running newer, longer.
- Fluid exchange
- Filter change
Foreign auto service and auto maintenance are happily provided here at Twin Lakes Auto. We can help with your oil change, brake repair and auto repair. Contact us today to find out more about our services.