Timing Belts (Camshaft)

Timing Belts (Camshaft)

Timing belt (camshaft) A timing belt, timing chain or cambelt is a part of an internal combustion engine that synchronizes the rotation of the crankshaft and the camshaft(s) so that the engine’s valves open and close at the proper times during each...
What Are Shocks And Struts?

What Are Shocks And Struts?

Shock absorbers. A shock absorber on an automobile does one thing and one thing only, keeps the car from bouncing. Struts are considerably different. Struts are a structural part of the suspension system and are mounted to the chassis of the vehicle on the top, and...
Chassis And Steering Repair

Chassis And Steering Repair

Steering and Chassis Steering and chassis go hand in hand. Many people think their car’s chassis is its body; the metal frame work they sit in. This is not correct. The chassis is the bottom frame of the car, plus the “running gear” that makes it move: the engine,...
Your Fuel Injectors

Your Fuel Injectors

Nothing beats our premium BG Fuel/Air Induction Service to restore engine efficiency.  Every 15,000 miles we recommend that you schedule your vehicle for our BG Fuel/Air Induction service.  Deposits can accumulate on intake valves, injectors, ports, fuel injectors and...
Exhaust And Mufflers

Exhaust And Mufflers

How does my exhaust system work? Mufflers dampen the noise, and a catalytic converter converts bad gases into not-so-bad gases. When your exhaust system is functioning properly, your vehicle will run quietly, and the fumes created by your engine are converted to...
Things You Auto Know About Your Engine

Things You Auto Know About Your Engine

Here Are The Five Most Reasons You “Check Engine” Light Might Come On. A Faulty Oxygen Sensor: The Sensor Measures The Amount Of Unburned Oxygen In The Exhaust And Tells The Cars Computer How Much Fuel Is In The Tank.  If A Faulty One Is Not Repaired, The Car’s Gas...