- Computer System Diagnostic Service: Connect electronic test equipment to vehicles computer system. Test vehicles computer function's and pull Diagnostic Trouble Codes. Perform diagnostic and test procedures to determine fault. Diagnostic Trouble Codes present. Code: P0325 Knock Sensor Perform vehicle diagnostics tests to determine fault. Research technical library for Service Bulletins pertaining to this vehicle. Perform component testing and found the following failures: Found wiring broken at the knock sensor. Recommend replacing both sensors due to the amount of labor to replace the sensors. Replacing 1 or both is the same labor cost. Also recommending thermostat and flushing antifreeze. Slight misfire felt during driving, nothing is registering on the scanner. Recommend replacing the fuel filter and performing a induction service to clean all carbon from engine. Brake fluid is very dirty, power steering has a slight surge while turning the wheel, flush fluid 1stn before further diagnostics. Belt is worn. NOTE: Todays vehicle computers are becoming more complex and now require an extensive amount of mileage driven for the computer to reset and possibly turn the MIL or the CEL light back on. On some repairs, this may be experienced. This may be due to the route that was determined to take to fix the vehicle. This may also happen when their is a certain amount of codes in your vehicles computer and we repair the known problems first, then reset the computer system and the vehicle needs to be driven extensively to see if any computer codes are reset. This helps with not wasting time and money diagnosing and testing intermittent problems that are no longer present.
- Change Engine OIL and Filter. Lube Chassis where necessary. Inspect tires and adjust tire pressure as necessary. Inspect and top off all fluids. Minor inspection of car for needed services and maintenance.
- FUEL FILTER – Remove and Replace – F150 In Line
- Perform BG Intake System Cleaning. This service is designed to loosen and remove carbon build up on the air intake system of the vehicle. Decarbonizing Top Engine Service. Remove all necessary engine components to access intake system. Connect decarbonizing unit to vehicle air intake system. Start engine, perform decarbonizing service. This process uses strong detergents to loosen carbon deposits that have built up over years of engine operation. Once the carbon has been softened, the next process helps remove the carbon sludge from the intake system. The process also cleans the intake valves in the engine and loosens and removes carbon inside the engine. (The final step requires the vehicle to be driven and the fuel additive continues to remove carbon. We recommend using an entire tank of gas before re-filling the gas tank as not to reduce the dilution of the cleaner.) Remove cleaning equipment and re-assemble any necessary engine components. Road test vehicle for proper engine performance. Carbon build up in the engine robs power and performance. Carbon absorbs the fuel that is intended to burn and causes the engine to not perform properly. (Run too lean) Carbon build up deep inside the engine also causes the internal engine temperature to exceed normal levels and causes excessive air pollutants. Thus causing the vehicle to fail emissions.
- Drain Master Cylinder and clean (where applicable) Fill Master Cylinder with new fluid. Open Bleeders, attach flushing equipment to pull new brake fluid through all 4 wheels until contaminated fluid is completely out of system.
- Remove old Power Steering fluid, flush power steering system with BG flushing fluid and equipment to remove scaling in steering components. Replace fluid with BG full Synthetic Power Steering Fluid. Inspect system for leaks. Road test and top off fluid as necessary. Some vehicles require BG fluid conditioner to silence or reduce noise in system. Note: Customer may need to stop in and have fluid level re-checked and topped off as some t
Wesley J. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/25/2019