The Check Engine light may be triggered by a number of causes. Some as simple as you’re overdue for an oil change or a major as engine repair or possibly an engine rebuild or replacement. Talking Tools technicians will perform a diagnostic test to recommend the right repair or service for your vehicle.
Maintaining your muffler and exhaust system not only helps to minimize engine noise, it helps protect you and others from dangerous carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide fumes and helps reduce pollutants released into the atmosphere. Your emissions system.
FLUID EXCHANGE SERVICES
There are several different fluids that keep your vehicle running smoothly. Schedule an appointment at Talking Tools Auto if you notice a leak or simply need your car’s fluids checked and replaced.
STEERING & SUSPENSION
An optimal ride depends on proper maintenance of your vehicle. Steering and suspension are responsible for keeping your wheels firmly intact with the ground, and a major player in keeping your car from veering to one side or the road.
Simply routine transmission maintenance can keep a small problem from becoming a huge pain in your wallet. Talking Tools Auto maintains your transmission be removing old transmission fluid and replacing it with new, clean fluid.
Is your tire losing pressure, punctured or flat? A trained Talking Tools Auto technician will inspect your tire for cracks, uneven tread wear, stones, nails and other debris to determine if your tire can be repaired for optimal driving.
FUEL INSPECTION SERVICE
Vehicle drifting to one side while your driving? Talking Tools can get your vehicle driving straight again, with our wheel alignment service. We use wheel angle measurements and recommendations based on manufacturer recommendations.
Restore your vehicles suspension system with proper shock & strut replacement. Worn suspension components may diminish the stability and therefore safety of the vehicle and reduce driver control. Most manufactures require replacement of your vehicle shock & struts after 50,000 miles. What does your odometer read?