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Complete Service List

Power Steering Fluid Flush

  1. Road test for power steering operation
  2. Inspect system for leaks.
  3. Flushing power steering lines.
  4. Flushing power steering pump.
  5. Flushing power steering rack.
  6. Thoroughly cleaning of all internal parts.
  7. Flush all contaminated power steering fluid out of system and replace all power steering fluid with clean fluid.
  8. Add power steering additive to revitalize seals and o-rings.
  9. Top off power steering fluid and road test.

Electrical System Analysis

  1. Inspect battery connections.
  2. Charge battery to full capacity.
  3. Load test battery; and record readings.
  4. Inspect alternator belt and adjust as required.
  5. Perform alternator output test; record readings.
  6. Perform starter draw test; and record readings.
  7. Test for draw on electrical system; and record findings.
  8. Replace battery, if required.

Cooling System Power Flush

  1. Pressure testing cooling system for leaks
  2. Flushing engine, radiator and heater core in both directions.
  3. Bring antifreeze to -35 degrees.
  4. PH balance coolant to between 9.8 and 10.5.
  5. Visually inspect radiator cooling fan for proper operation.
  6. Visually inspect heater operation.

Fuel Injection Service

  1. Clean Fuel Injectors
  2. Clean ISC/ASC motor as required.
  3. Clean throttle body air intake.
  4. Visually Inspect fuel lines and fuel rail.
  5. Pressure test fuel pump
  6. Test and visually inspect fuel pressure regulator vacuum line and connections.
  7. Decarbonize intake manifold.
  8. Decarbonizes intake and exhaust valves.
  9. Decarbonize combustion chamber and pistons.

Major Tune Up – Electronic Ignition

  1. Replace spark plugs
  2. Check and adjust ignition timing as required.
  3. Check and adjust curb idle speed as required.
  4. Visual check of emission controlled related devices
  5. Visually inspect plug wires.
  6. Visually inspect distributor cap and rotor when accessible.
  7. Clean Fuel Injectors.
  8. Clean ISC motor as required.
  9. Clean throttle body air intake.
  10. Visually inspect fuel lines and fuel rail.
  11. Pressure test fuel pump
  12. Visually inspect fuel pump pressure regulator vacuum line and connections.
  13. Decarbonize intake manifold.
  14. Decarbonize intake and exhaust valves.
  15. Decarbonize combustion chamber and pistons.

Tune-Up Electronic Ignition

  1. Replace spark plugs.
  2. Check and adjust ignition timing as required.
  3. Check and adjust curb idle speed as required.
  4. Visual check of emission controlled related devices.
  5. Visually inspect plug wires.
  6. Visually inspect Distributor cap and rotor when accessible.

Thrust Alignment

  1. Inspect suspension components for wear.
  2. Adjust caster and camber if provided by manufacturer.
  3. Adjust toe-in
  4. Center steering wheel while adjusting toe-in.
  5. Compensate for rear wheel tracking.

Four Wheel Alignment

  1. Inspect suspension components for wear.
  2. Adjust caster and camber if provided by manufacturer
  3. Adjust toe-in
  4. Center steering wheel while adjusting toe-in.
  5. Compensate for rear wheel tracking.
  6. Set rear wheel camber and toe-in as provided by manufacturer.

Air Conditioning Service

  1. Test system for proper Freon.
  2. Test Freon for moisture contamination.
  3. Test Freon for air contamination.
  4. Clean condenser fins as required.
  5. Inspect and adjust A/C compressor drive belt.
  6. Performance test A/C operation.
  7. Inspect all visible A/C components for leaks and add Freon dye as needed.

Brake Fluid Flush

  1. Check brake fluid for moisture and contamination.
  2. Inspect all hydraulic lines and hoses.
  3. Inspect Calipers and wheel cylinders.
  4. Inspect Master cylinder and cap.
  5. Clean out dirt and old fluid from master cylinder.
  6. Flush old fluid out of master cylinder calipers and wheel cylinders until clean.
  7. Top off master cylinder with new brake fluid.
  8. Road test vehicle for proper brake operation.

Transmission Service

  1. Road test for engine performance and transmission shift patterns.
  2. Inspect condition of transmission fluid.
  3. Inspect transmission mounts and linkage.
  4. Inspect transmission and transmission cooler for leaks.
  5. Remove transmission pan replace filter, pan gasket and clean transmission pan.
  6. Adjust bands and linkage as required.
  7. Flush transmission cooler as required.
  8. Top off transmission with new fluid per the manufacturers requirement.

Transmission Fluid Flush

  1. Road test for engine performance and transmission operation and shift patterns.
  2. Flush transmission cooler and cooler lines.
  3. Flush transmission valve body.
  4. Flushing transmission torque converter.
  5. Thorough cleaning of all internally lubricated parts.
  6. Extract all contaminated transmission fluid and replace with new fluid per the manufacturers requirements.
  7. Install transmission additive to revitalize transmission seals and o-rings.
  8. Top off transmission fluid and road test.