Need a small or major engine repair? Entrust your engine repair to local owners who focus on excellent customer service and our mechanics who have the experience and certification to deliver quality engine repairs. Whether you need to replace a cracked hose, or have your engine completely overhauled, we are a full-service repair shop. No engine repair is too big or too small.
We provide a variety of services including:
Engine Service & Maintenance
The key to getting the best value and enjoyment from your vehicle is to keep up-to-date with engine service and maintenance. All manufacturers have recommended engine service schedules. We not only work with these engine service schedules, but also we tailor them to your vehicle, based on the use and condition of your vehicle.
Engine Repair Diagnostics
Engine repair begins with diagnostics. All newer model cars use computers to communicate engine repair needs. We utilize the most current and up-to-date diagnostic equipment, which allows our technicians to quickly identify the necessary engine repair.
Fluid #1: Engine Oil
Engine oil usually has a thick, dirty brown appearance and will generally have a burnt smell. Fresh motor oil has a yellow, honey-ike appearance and consistency.
Fluid #2: Antifreeze/Coolant Fluid
Anitfreeze has historically been green, but now you can also find coolant dyed red, orange and yellow depending on the brand and vehicle make. Coolant has a sweet smell, and is extremely dangerous to pets so any leaks should be cleaned up quiclkly.
Fluid #3: Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)
ATF is Red or a very dark pink depending on the brand. Also, transmission fluid lines run to the front of your car to a transmssion cooler built into your radiator so transmission leaks can occur in the front of the vehicle as well.
Fluid #4: Brake Fluid
Brake fluid can be identified by its light amber color, almost clear and has a rather bitter odor. It is extremely damaging to vehicle paint, and a brake system leak is a potentially life-threatening problem which requires immediate repair.
Fluid #5: Water
In hot humid climates such as ours car air conditioning systems produce a fair amount condensesd water. This is harmless and a normal part of operation, however many people become concerned when they see "something" leaking under the car.
16301 FM 1325
Austin, TX 78728
(Near I-35 & 45 Toll HWY)
5608 W. Highway 290
Austin, TX 78735
(Near Mopac & 290/71 West)