Smyrna Auto Repair

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Replacing an active stabilizer bar on a 5 series BMW.

Replacing an active stabilizer bar on a 5 series BMW. Licensed factory tooling (ISTA+ICOM) and training is a must for anybody who is working on your BMW! We saved this customer over

This is a perfect example of why nobody can “look” at your rotors and tell you they are still good.

This is a perfect example of why nobody can “look” at your rotors and tell you they are still good. Brake systems need to be measured properly. This vehicle had a vibration while braking but was told his rotors were fine! A good shop will test, not guess

Here is the fix on the Ford Explorer with MAF and EGR fault codes!

Here is the final repair on the Infiniti, very non-evasive testing here.

Here is the final repair on the Infiniti, very non-evasive testing here. With the right training and tools, finding the cause of a vehicles problems can be much easier

A no start diagnosis on an Infiniti.

Here we are finding the cause of a check engine light on a Ford Explorer.

Here’s the fix for this Envoy, after cleaning the throttle body.

Here’s the fix for this Envoy, after cleaning the throttle body. To be clear here, it did have a MAP sensor fault but that was not the issue at all. The computer simply is unable to accurately determine the issue so it blames the MAP sensor

A GMC Envoy with a Check Engine Light, MAP sensor…

Fix of the week

Fix of the week

Fix of the week: customers Jeep Grand Cherokee shut off going down the highway and would not start back up. We found that nothing in the ignition system was getting power, upon inspecting the wiring diagram for this vehicle we found that circuit supplied power for many components including the o2 sensors and engine computer. Based on experience we decided to inspect the wiring at the o2 sensor; pictured below is what we found. The o2 sensor wiring was rubbed by the driveshaft shorting out the whole circuit! We repaired this harness and the vehicle sprung back to life! Talking with the Customer the whole story became clear, the o2 sensor had been recently replaced by a “mechanic” who hadn’t taken the time to properly secure the wiring in its correct location

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We are qualified to tackle every job!

We are qualified to tackle every job!

We are qualified to tackle every job, from complex electrical issues to basic brake system repair

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