Departments

Automotive Department

Automotive – Commercial Trucks – Heavy Duty Fleet Accounts – RV Repair – Marine – Cycle

 

Within our department, we have an ASE Master Certified Heavy Duty Truck Technician and an ASE Master Certified Auto Technician. Our hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and we accept Visa and Mastercard.

 

Auto and Truck services include:

  • Oil Change, Lubrication, and Safety Service Inspection
  • Brake Services and Repairs (Air, Hydraulic, and ABS Brake Systems
  • Cycle, Boat and ATV Repairs
  • Drive Train Services and Repair
  • Electrical Diagnosis and Repair
  • Cooling System Service and Repairs
  • Air Conditioning Services and Repair
  • Steering/Suspension Services and Repair
  • Computer and Check Engine Light Diagnostics
  • Engine Services, Drivability, Diagnostics and Repair
  • Fuel System Diagnostic and Repair
  • Roll-up Door and Lift Gate Repair
  • Pre-Purchase Vehicle Evaluations
  • Welding and Fabrication

 

To schedule an appointment or for more information about our Automotive Department, call (360) 306-5756 or fax (360) 306-5124.

 

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