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2017 Chevrolet Traverse

2022-10-29T22:00:03+00:00

Chevrolet Traverse

Mileage
105,524
Service Date
10/28/2022
Services Performed
  • Started vehicle to pull into shop noticed fuel light is on, has little fuel. Put into drive and noticed a clunk while accelerating, possible broken engine mount. See if customer wants us to look into that concern. Removed cover to access that radiator cap, found low on coolant. Filled and pressure tested, system can only handle 3 psi of pressure before it sprays out of the radiator, found coolant hoses are hard as well. Recommend replacing the radiator w/ cap, hoses. Upper and lower as well as the heater hoses. Vehicle is equipped with front and rear heat. Heater hoses should come from the dealer. After repair i can test drive and test other components. Oil life 94%.
  • HEATER HOSES – Remove & Replace – Main Heater,Both –
  • Replaced radiator and hoses, filled with coolant and pressure tested. Vehicle held pressure and no other leaks found at this time. Test drove, vehicle did not over heat and fans cycle on and off with heat.
  • Fuel-5 gallons of fuel
 
Annette O. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/28/2022
2017 Chevrolet Traverse 2022-10-29T22:00:03+00:00

2011 Chevrolet Silverado

2022-05-29T21:59:06+00:00

Chevrolet Silverado

Mileage
221,470
Service Date
5/23/2022
Services Performed
  • We preformed a 41 point inspection and scanned for codes. We found the evap monitor has not cleared yet, and we found code P0121 throttle position sensor 1 performance.
 
Mike M. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/28/2022
2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2022-05-29T21:59:06+00:00

2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

2022-04-23T22:02:17+00:00

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Mileage
95,133
Service Date
4/22/2022
Services Performed
  • Service air conditioner. Check condition of all belts and lines. Evacuate and recharge with reclaimed R-134. Test system performance. Note center vent temp Max Cool/High__38_______ Connect gauge set and advise of High and Low pressures @ 1500 Rpm. Ambient____72_____High___225___Low___38____ Inspect Belts, hoses, fan clutch, and electric fans if equipped and advise of recommendations.
  • EVAPORATOR CORE – Remove & Replace – V8,Gas/Electric w/Center Console – [Includes: R&I Battery and Tray. Includes: R&I Intake Manifold. Includes: R&I Instrument Panel and Console. Includes: R&I Instrument Panel Tie Bar. Includes: R&I Heater and Air Condit
 
Josh P. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/22/2022
2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2022-04-23T22:02:17+00:00

2005 Chevrolet Silverado

2022-04-22T22:02:19+00:00

Chevrolet Silverado

Mileage
152,471
Service Date
4/21/2022
Services Performed
  • Upon visual inspection of your vehicle, we noticed your vehicle's rear main seal, oil pan gasket, oil cooler lines, valve cover gaskets are all leaking. We also noticed your vehicle is leaking coolant from the heater hose which is off from thermostat housing to the coolant reservoir. We recommend replacing both heater hoses. We also found the passenger side exhaust manifold has a exhaust leak as well. We recommend replacing the exhaust manifold gaskets as well. NOTES: the exhaust manifold bolts will be soaked overnight as to try to prevent the bolts from breaking. IF..the bolts break, there will be a additional cost to extract the bolts from the head. HOPEFULLY, this will not happen. In regards to the transmission, there are no leaks at this time and the transmission fluid is red in color! After replacing heater hoses pressure tested and found steem vent gaskets seepimg coolant rec replacing gaskets. After work performed cleaned as best as we could may have some residule.
  • VALVE COVER GASKET – Remove & Replace – V8,Gas Both – [Includes: Camshaft Covers on Over Head Cam Engines.]
  • ENGINE OIL COOLER HOSE – Remove & Replace – 6.0L Eng,4WD Assembly
  • OIL PAN GASKET – Remove & Replace – Gas,V8,6.0L Eng,4WD,Automatic Trans
  • CRANKSHAFT MAIN OIL SEAL – Remove & Replace – 2500 HD,3500,Automatic Trans,4WD,Gas,6.0L Eng,4 Spd Trans,Trans Mfr CD 4L80E/MT1 Rear – [Includes: R&I Transmission Assembly and Flywheel.]
  • HEATER HOSES – Remove & Replace – V8,Gas,6.0L Eng Both,w/Air Cond – [NOTE: Deduct 0.2 when used in conjunction with Radiator Hose(s) – R&R.]
  • Once manifold was removed found some damage on the cylinder head on the last exhaust bolt hole from previous work. Ztill holds gasket and bolt tightened.
  • EXHAUST MANIFOLD – Remove & Replace – V8,Gas,6.0L Eng Right Side
  • Replace the engine coolant air bleed pipe. (It was leaking coolant as well).
 
Steve R. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/21/2022
2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2022-04-22T22:02:19+00:00

2017 Chevrolet Express 3500

2022-04-16T22:03:14+00:00

Chevrolet Express 3500

Mileage
95,504
Service Date
4/15/2022
Services Performed
  • We scanned for codes and found P0171 lean bank 1 and P0174 lean bank 2. We then monitored live data and verified the engine is running lean. We checked the mass air flow sensor and found it dirty. We cleaned the mass air flow sensor and monitored live data again and found no change in the fuel trim data. We checked for a vacuum leak in the front of the intake and did not find any. The next step is to remove the passenger seat and dog house and trouble shoot first by check fuel pressure at the back side of the engine area. We removed the passanger seat and dog house and found a vacuum leak from a vacuum line at the back of the intake. We removed the line and found a second vacuum line leaking as well. We replaced both vacuum lines, cleared the codes, monitored live data, and found thenfuel trims are now within spec. We test drove the vehicle and no codes returned.
  • We connected the A/C machine and found the high side pressure was higher than spec. We recovered the system and found it was over charged causing the compressor to short cycle. We replaced the service valves pulled the system into a vacuum and re charged with the proper amount of refrigerant. We tested the A/C and found it now is operating according to specification.
  • Service air conditioner. Check condition of all belts and lines. Evacuate and recharge with reclaimed R-134. Test system performance. Note center vent temp Max Cool/High____41_____ Connect gauge set and advise of High and Low pressures @ 1500 Rpm. Ambient_____70____High__225______Low____28___ Inspect Belts, hoses, fan clutch, and electric fans if equipped and advise of recommendations.
  • We checked for a power steering leak and did not find any leak from the lines, the pump, or the steering box.
 
Dave B. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/15/2022
2017 Chevrolet Express 3500 2022-04-16T22:03:14+00:00

2008 Chevrolet HHR

2022-03-26T22:02:02+00:00

Chevrolet HHR

Mileage
247,859
Service Date
3/25/2022
Services Performed
  • We performed a starting system test. We came across your vehicle's starter and battery both need replacement. The battery cold crank amperage is at 33% ( 203 out of 600 CCA ). We connected a jumper to check if vehicle would start, however it did not crank at all which tells us the starter is no longer in operating condition and requires a replacement. Recomend replacing the starter and battery to solve this issue.
  • STARTER ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace
  • BATTERY – Remove & Replace – [Includes: Test.]
  • OIL LEVEL SENSOR – Remove & Replace
  • We replaced the radiator cap and are going to pressure test the cooling system again.
  • TIE ROD &/OR END – Remove & Replace – Outer,One Side –
  • Alignment
 
Bob V. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/25/2022
2008 Chevrolet HHR 2022-03-26T22:02:02+00:00

2016 Chevrolet Express 3500

2022-03-24T22:02:52+00:00

Chevrolet Express 3500

Mileage
23,854
Service Date
3/23/2022
Services Performed
  • Check for a long trip. See Note.
 
Brenda R. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/23/2022
2016 Chevrolet Express 3500 2022-03-24T22:02:52+00:00

2014 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD

2022-03-18T22:03:57+00:00

Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD

Mileage
43,000
Service Date
3/9/2022
Services Performed
  • FRONT BRAKES @ __8____MM REMAINING REAR BRAKES @ __8___MM REMAINING
  • Performed a diagnostic test using the diagnostic scanner tool to pull DTCs on this vehicle. We came across P2202 NOx sensor circuit low voltage bank 1 sensor 1, P20EE NOx catalyst efficiency below threshold, P2BAD exhaust NOx concentration high. Recommendation to solving this issue would be to replace NOx sensor bank 1 sensor 1, clear codes and take vehicle on a test drive to ensure repairs were done correctly. A bad NOx sensor can trigger the dash light to appear stating the exhaust fluid is in poor condition, after replacement of the NOx sensor we will recheck the condition of DEF to ensure it is in fact the sensor which caused the light to appear.
 
Mike N. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/17/2022
2014 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD 2022-03-18T22:03:57+00:00

2006 Chevrolet Silverado

2022-01-29T23:02:08+00:00

Chevrolet Silverado

Mileage
185,366
Service Date
1/27/2022
Services Performed
  • Couldnt replicate customers concern. Possible hand primer pump common cause for issue.
  • Found fuse for blower motor removed, assuming to make it shut off. Got blower motor to work and confirmed it did not turn off found the blower motor resister was back feeding the signal wire keeping the blower motor on. Rec replacing blower motor resister.
  • BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR – Remove & Replace
  • Found missing bolt from the back of the transmission that holds the exhaust hanger causing a heat shield to rattle. Transmission mount need to be remove to gain access to bolt hole.
  • TRANSMISSION MOUNT – ACCESS TO REPLACE MISSING BOLT-Remove & Replace – Diesel Trans,Rear
  • Whole front end worn out badly. Both upper and lower ball joints have play, idler and pitment as well. Inner and outer tie rods have play. Sway bar links are cracked and all 4 shocks startin to leak. Hard to tell if wheel bearing have play with how much play the ball joints have ,once disassemble we can tell. Rec both lower ball joints, both upper control arms, both inner an outer tie rods and idler and pitment arms. All 4 shocks and sway bar links, possible wheel bearings.
  • SHOCK &/OR STRUT ASSEMBLY – Remove & Install or Remove & Replace – 4WD Both – [DOES NOT include disassemble or alignment (where applicable).]
  • SHOCK ABSORBER – Remove & Replace – Both
  • BALL JOINT – Remove & Replace – 3500,4WD Lower,Both – [DOES NOT include alignment.]
  • PITMAN ARM – Remove & Replace – 2500 HD,3500,Diesel – [Includes: R&I Steering Gear Assembly.] – [DOES NOT include alignment.]
  • CONTROL ARM – Remove & Replace – 4WD Upper,Both Sides – [DOES NOT include alignment.]
  • IDLER ARM – Remove & Replace – 4WD w/o Skid Plate – [DOES NOT include alignment.]
  • TIE ROD &/OR END – Remove & Replace – 1500 HD,2500 HD,3500 Inner,Both – [Includes: R&I Outer Tie Rod Ends.] – [Includes: Adjust toe-in only. NOTE: Deduct .4 if alignment is also performed. NOTE: Manufacturer recommends removal of Rack and Pinion Steering
  • STABILIZER BAR CONTROL LINK – Remove & Replace – At Control Arm,Link Kit,Both
  • Alignment
  • Remove, rebuild, and reinstall a primer pump assembly
 
Matt R. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/28/2022
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2022-01-29T23:02:08+00:00

2007 Chevrolet Suburban

2021-11-23T23:01:17+00:00

Chevrolet Suburban

Mileage
102,867
Service Date
11/22/2021
Services Performed
  • FRONT BRAKES @ __10____MM REMAINING REAR BRAKES @ _08____MM REMAINING
 
John G. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/22/2021
2007 Chevrolet Suburban 2021-11-23T23:01:17+00:00