The list of things that can trigger the check engine light is pretty lengthy. For example, anything from a loose gas cap to a faulty fuel injector can be to blame. Some other potential culprits that can cause that malevolent glow include:


A wet engine, A blown gasket head, Faulty oxygen sensors, Worn-out spark plugs or spark plug wires, Loose or cracked hoses and manifolds, Sticky exhaust gas recirculation valves, Pinched or deteriorated fuel injector O-rings



Electrical problems are less common in today’s cars than other kinds of problems but they are also more difficult to diagnose than most mechanical problems. This is one area where you should rely on the expertise of your chosen repair shop to determine the problem and recommend the best solution to fix it.



Most car owners have their car fully serviced every year or 12,000 miles – whichever is the sooner.

By being proactive servicing your car will keep it on the road longer, reduces the risk of a breaking down. Off schedule servicing will maintain your car’s value. We have highly trained and experienced engineers and technicians and where possible will only manufacturer supplied/approved parts. We offer a great  alternative to dealer servicing so why pay more?

We recommended that you give your car a full service car every 12,000 miles or every 12 months – whichever is the earlier.

We provide manufacturer service schedules to determine when your next service is due and the type of service that will be required.

Regular servicing will keep your car running efficiently and identify potential problems before they become major problems, reducing the risk of more serious and costly problems down the line. Regular servicing intervals is good practice to keep you and your family safe on the roads



Clutch Replacement — Your clutch may need to be replaced following excessive wear and tear. We replace old clutches to ensure your vehicle is in sound working order.



It is important to service your brakes regularly to ensure your safety and minimise the risk of road accidents. Failing to repair the brake pad, for instance, wears down the metal and can necessitate a complete replacement.

Your wheels undergo regular wear and tear, which can in turn affect your steering and braking. We check your tyre arcs and suspension to make sure that your vehicle is fit for Britain's harsh weather conditions. Regular servicing also reduces fuel wastage, saving you money in the long run