Brake Pads

Brake pads are a key component of your vehicle’s braking system. When the brakes are applied, their contact with the brake rotors are what allow you to stop. Over time, this interaction causes the brake pads to gradually wear down, reducing your braking ability. We recommend replacing your brake pads after they have worn to…

Brake Rotors

Brake rotors are another critical component of the braking system, responsible for bringing your vehicle to a safe and complete stop. The brake pads clamp down on the brake rotors (or discs), in order to stop the wheels from turning. You might be surprised to learn the brake rotors are just as important as the…

Cabin Air Filter

The cabin air filter is generally a pleated paper filter placed in the outside air intake to the passenger compartment. It is designed to remove dust pollen, mold, spores and other contaminants from the outside air that enters your vehicle. A clogged or dirty cabin air filter can significan’tly reduce air flow through cabin vents,…

AC Compressor

  The A/C compressor is considered the heart of your vehicle’s air conditioning, since it pumps compressed refrigerant throughout the system. It plays a critical role in this complex process, making sure your car stays cool when you want it to be. Turning on your A/C on a regular basis can help keep parts lubricated…

Camshaft

The camshaft is a shaft of your engine with one or more egg-shaped cams attached to it. As the camshaft spins, the cams open and close the intake and exhaust valves in sync with the motion of the piston. This is a critical job and can impact engine performance at different speeds. If the camshafts…