Ignition Coil

An ignition coil is a high-voltage transformer in your ignition system. It transforms the battery’s low voltage to the thousands of volts the spark plugs need to start your engine and keep it running smoothly. We recommend getting the ignition coils checked during your recommended service intervals. If your car won’t start, or if the…

Tire Rotation

Rotating your tires is an easy and inexpensive way to minimize wear and extend tire life. This process of moving your tires from one side of the vehicle to the other, from front to rear, or a combination of both, will minimize wear that is ‘position specific.’ We recommend a tire rotation every 3,000 to…

Mass Air Flow Sensor

The mass airflow (MAF) sensor measures the amount of air entering the engine. This allows the engine to receive the right amount of air and fuel to perform properly. We recommend getting your mass airflow sensor cleaned every time you replace your air filter. If your car is stalling or hesitating, or if you’re using…

TPMS

Most vehicles today are equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). The TPMS is an electronic system used to monitor the air pressure inside your tires and alert you if they become underinflated. If your “low pressure” warning light comes on, this means your tire pressure has dropped 25% or more below the manufacturer’s…

O2 Sensor

An oxygen (O2) sensor is an electronic device in your exhaust system that measures the air-to-fuel ratio in your engine. By sensing the amount of oxygen in the exhaust, it helps the engine adjust the amount of fuel that it consumes. To maintain a proper air to fuel mixture in your engine, it’s important the…