Oil, Coolant, Brake and Power Steering Fluid all play a very important roll in your cars lifespan and over a period of time those fluids break down and are no longer effective. Each auto manufacture has gone through the testing for you and developed a regular maintenance schedule for replacing those fluids.
Check Brake Fluid for level, moisture and any contamination, inspect hydraulic lines, hoses and Mater Cylinder for leaks or damage. Flush entire system with Brake Fluid.
Inspect hoses and clamps, pressure test Cooling System and inspect for leaks. Flush Engine, Radiator, Heater Core and lines. Bring Coolant to -35 degrees and check Thermostat and Cooling Fan for proper operation.
Drain old gear oil and fill with new gear oil.
*Some vehicle require removal of the cover to change the fluid, this is a different charge and may include a gasket or sealing material. Different oils are required for each vehicle and will be charged per application.
Inspect Hoses and Power Steering Pump for leaks or damage, inspect fluid reservoir for level and contaminates, inspect Power Steering Belt and system for proper operation. Flush system with new fluid and fill to proper level.
Test Transfer Case for proper operation, inspect for leaks or damage externally, drain fluid and inspect for any excessive metal or contaminates and fill with correct Oil.
Test Transmission for proper operation, inspect for leaks or damage externally, drain fluid and inspect for any excessive metal or contaminates, and fill with proper Oil.