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2013 Ford F-150

2019-10-28T22:04:13+00:00

Ford F-150

Mileage
74,323
Service Date
10/24/2019
Services Performed
  • 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.
  • Remove front wheels. Remove front brake components. Remove existing pads from the brake calipers. Inspect brake caliper operation. Inspect brake hoses for durability and leaks. Reset brake calipers. Transfer over any necessary brake hardware to new brake pads and set new pads to the calipers. Remove brake rotors for machine work or replacement. Re-machine or replace front brake rotors as necessary. Measure finished brake rotor thickness to verify minimum thickness is within specs. Inspect and clean wheel hubs. Inspect and re-pack wheel bearings with grease as necessary. Re-install rotors on vehicle. Re-install brakes and wheels. Test brakes for proper operation. Machine work may be done with brake rotors on or off the vehicle. Road test for proper brake operation. Vehicle may also require a brake fluid flush. CAUTION: No panic stops for a day or so due to brake pads may need to seat. May need extra braking distance to stop during this period. This notice is generic and may not apply to you.
  • 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 tires from vehicle. Set up on Computer Tire Balancer. Perform balance test. Remove all existing weights and re-test balance. Perform proper tire balance to true balance. Move tire position to cross tires going on front and move front tires straight back to rear. (Directional Tires cannot be cross rotated and must stay on the same side of the vehicle and can only be rotated front to rear.) Re-install tire on vehicle and road test for proper vehicle road handling. Note: If tires have not been rotated at proper intervals, the tires that were originally on the rear of the vehicle can have a chopped wear pattern on the tread and when re-positioned on the front of the vehicle may cause some vibration and noise. Balancing will not get rid of this noise. Some tires may quiet down after a few thousand miles. Others will continue to make noise until replaced. Note: Tires need to be related periodically to even out the wear to maximise the life of a tire. Front tires wear on the edges due to the steering. Rear tires wear more flat but will cup due to the light rear ends. Tire rotation is designed to keep the cupping and edge wear to a minimum. Wheel alignments should be performed every 15K miles.
 
David J. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/27/2019
2013 Ford F-150 2019-10-28T22:04:13+00:00

2008 Ford Escape

2019-10-05T22:01:42+00:00

Ford Escape

Mileage
84,037
Service Date
10/3/2019
Services Performed
  • AXLE SHAFT SEAL – Remove & Replace – AWD,Automatic Trans Left
  • BG Seasonal Maintenance Special includes: Regular Oil and Filter change with fluids topped off. (Synthetic oil extra) Tire rotation and brake inspection. (Tire Balance extra) Inspection of the air filter and throttle plates. (Throttle plates are what regulate the amount of air that enters the engine.) Emission Health Check, test computer system for proper vehicle operation and pull computer codes as necessary. Perform 40 point inspection which includes all lighting, tires, front and rear suspension, all fluids, exhaust system, belts, hoses, fuel system and test the battery. Add BG's CF5 fuel system conditioner and carbon cleaner to fuel system. Please make sure you have a full tank of fuel for optimum cleaning. Add BG MOA oil additive for optimum engine lubrication. See below for results.
  • BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR – Remove & Replace – All Applicable Models
  • Remove front wheels. Remove front brake components. Remove existing pads from the brake calipers. Inspect brake caliper operation. Inspect brake hoses for durability and leaks. Reset brake calipers. Transfer over any necessary brake hardware to new brake pads and set new pads to the calipers. Remove brake rotors for machine work or replacement. Re-machine or replace front brake rotors as necessary. Measure finished brake rotor thickness to verify minimum thickness is within specs. Inspect and clean wheel hubs. Inspect and re-pack wheel bearings with grease as necessary. Re-install rotors on vehicle. Re-install brakes and wheels. Test brakes for proper operation. Machine work may be done with brake rotors on or off the vehicle. Road test for proper brake operation. Vehicle may also require a brake fluid flush. CAUTION: No panic stops for a day or so due to brake pads may need to seat. May need extra braking distance to stop during this period. This notice is generic and may not apply to you.
  • type your stuff here Note: Customer may see some minor smoke and possibly have some minor burning smell as the machine oil burns off the exhaust system. This is short term and if continues after a day or so, call the service department to re-inspect for any potential problems.
 
Gene N. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/4/2019
2008 Ford Escape 2019-10-05T22:01:42+00:00

2005 Ford Pickup

2019-04-27T22:00:21+00:00

Ford Pickup

Mileage
183,286
Service Date
4/22/2019
Services Performed
  • 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 […]
2005 Ford Pickup 2019-04-27T22:00:21+00:00

2008 Ford Escape

2019-02-01T23:00:41+00:00

Ford Escape

Mileage
79,100
Service Date
1/30/2019
Services Performed
  • 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.
  • T-Tech Transmission Fluid Exchange: This fluid services the entire automatic transmission. Step 1, add transmission cleaner and run vehicle to circulate cleaner throughout transmission. Step 2, Connect transmission fluid exchanger to the vehicle's transmission lines. Remove all old transmission fluid from the actual transmission body, the torque converter and the transmission cooler. Inject new Full Synthetic transmission fluid. Inspect for leaks. Add transmission conditioner and road test for proper transmission operation.
  • Cooling System Service: Perform 3 step cooling system process using BG Coolant Flush System. Step 1 includes cooling system cleaner to loosen and remove scaling in the radiator, water pump and the engine. Step 2 includes the removal of the coolant and back flushing the coolant system. Step 3 includes adding conditioner and sealant with new coolant and protecting the coolant system from freezing to a minimum of -50 degrees. Re-inspect cooling system for leaks and proper operation. Road test as necessary for proper engine cooling operation. Note: The coolant system will sometimes get air trapped somewhere deep in the engine. They are called air pockets and may not all work themselves out at the time of service. While we attempt to keep air pockets to a minimum, sometimes it becomes necessary to top off the coolant when the air pockets work themselves out. We ask you to bring your vehicle back in a couple of days so we can perform a quick visual inspection of the coolant system and top off the coolant. This only takes a couple of minutes while you wait.
 
Gene N. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/31/2019
2008 Ford Escape 2019-02-01T23:00:41+00:00