Monday - Friday: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

6621 N. Thornydale Road, Marana, AZ 85741


Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the most common issues you might have to deal with as a car owner include oil changes, brake and brake pad maintenance, check engine lights, flat and worn tires, wiper blade replacement, AC repair, among others.

You should have your car looked at approximately every 5000-7500 miles based on what weight of oil you use or around every 12 months. Inspecting your car from time to time can help you avoid more serious or costly problems with your car down the line.

Basic car maintenance includes routine services such as oil and filter changes, tire inspections, brake service, air filter replacements.

Full maintenance is keeping your vehicle on mileage based service requirements from the manufacturer. Items that are included are fluid flushes, spark plug replacement, differential services and possibly more.

A car inspection involves a thorough review of everything necessary to ensure your operating safely. We look for irregularities with your car’s mechanical aspects such as the engine, brakes, fluids etc. We look at the car’s exterior body features such as the windshield, wipers, mirrors. Suspension, steering and belts and hoses are also part of the inspection.

We recommend you get your oil changed approximately every 5000 miles for synthetic blend or 7500 miles for full synthetic oil.

Some of the most common AC problems include a low or leaking refrigerant (also known as freon or R134A), your cabin air filter may need to be replaced, or there may be an issue with your compressor or an electrical part of the system that has failed. Our staff has the tools and experience to diagnose these issues and repair your vehicle to its original factory AC performance.

If you’re experiencing squealing and squeaking or grinding noises, unexpected vibrations, or your brake light turned on, you might be in need of brake inspection and/or repair. We perform full brake inspections at no charge.

Brake pads are typically manufactured with a “Squeeker Tab” and the high pitched noise that occurs, should indicate it’s time to replace your brake pads. A grinding noise or front-end pulsation indicates rotors as well as pads may need replacement.