SERVICE OVERVIEW

The modern automatic transmission is by far, the most complicated mechanical component in today's automobile. Automatic transmissions contain mechanical systems, hydraulic systems, electrical systems and computer controls, all working together in perfect harmony which goes virtually unnoticed until there is a problem. Few transmissions have drain plugs to drain the old fluid.  In order to get the fluid out, the technician removes the transmission oil pan.  This is quite a messy job and generally not recommended for the casual do-it-yourselfer.  Even if the transmission has a drain plug, the only way to also change the transmission filter is to remove the pan. When the pan is down, the technician can check for metal shavings and other debris which are indicators of impending transmission problems.

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STEERING & SUSPENSION SERVICES


Complete Steering & Suspension Services

SERVICE REPAIR

Wheel Alignment Services

SERVICE REPAIR

Shock & Struts Services

SERVICE REPAIR


  • *Note: When servicing a hybrid vehicle, it is usually necessary to remove the trunk access panel in order to gain entrance to power supply, shut off and reconnection. Additional service fees may apply.

SUSPENSION GUIDE


Steering & Suspension

TIPS & MAINTENANCE

If you count drive time as an upper body workout because your car wants to turn when you want to go straight, you may have steering system problems.

Alignment

TIPS & MAINTENANCE

Vehicle alignment helps your tires last longer, can help improve gas mileage and provides tighter handling to give you and your passengers a better ride. An alignment inspection and service can keep you worry free and your vehicle on the road longer.

Shock & Struts Replacement

TIPS & MAINTENANCE

The useful life of a shock or strut is roughly 50,000 miles. In that period, your vehicle’s shocks and struts will have cycled over 85 million times causing potential wear and tear on their internal components. If your vehicle’s mileage exceeds that amount, it might be time to consider replacing these suspension components. Worn suspension components may diminish the stability and therefore safety of the vehicle and reduce driver control. Signs of worn shocks and struts can include the front end of your vehicle diving upon braking, the rear end of your vehicle buckling upon acceleration, swaying on turns, bouncing, pulling, sliding, a crooked steering wheel, uneven tire wear and more. They may also accelerate wear and tear on other suspension system components and your tires. It is important to know shocks and struts do not always show visible signs of damage or wearing.

Independent testing demonstrates that by replacing your shocks and struts after 50,000 miles, your vehicle’s stopping distance could improve by up to 10 feet. Tire 4 Less offers shock and strut replacement services designed specifically to restore your vehicle’s suspension system to factory specifications. New shocks and struts provide an improved ride, enhanced handling, better control, greater stability, shorter braking distance, advanced safety and superior comfort.

Not Sure What You Need?

We're happy to answer any questions you may have and will guide you through the process every step of the way. Give us a call today and see how one of our trusted technicians can better assist your needs.

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