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Most people in the Hamilton area may not know much about transfer cases, but if you have a 4-wheel drive vehicle, you’ve got one. It makes sure you have power available for both the front and rear axles. For example,
Most Hamilton drivers are aware that car makers have service intervals for your car. The engineers that design our vehicles have tested the various systems and components to meet durability and safety standards. Some of these standards are self-imposed and others, like those for emissions components, are government mandated.
Let’s address a very important maintenance item for everyone in Hamilton ON – timing belt replacement. It’s important because letting this one slide can lead to very expensive engine damage.
Your timing belt choreographs the timing of your combustion process. Your pistons travel up and down in the cylinder. Intake
It’s comforting for Hamilton drivers to know that Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service has exacting standards and procedures for taking care of your car. There are inspection procedures and auto service procedures.
When Hamilton drivers come in for a routine service like an oil change, our service advisors will give
Quality surveys report fewer problems with new Hamilton cars than ever before. So does that mean that modern vehicles have become maintenance free in Ontario?
Back when cars spent more time in repair shops, Hamilton drivers were more mindful of routine auto service. Now, it’s much easier to put it off.
Pre-Vacation Inspections – Preventative Maintenance
The summer is traditionally the travelling months for many families. Sports, Vacations and Camping activities get us out the door and down the road. This is also a good time to check the safety of your vehicle. A vacation can be ruined with a surprise
Robots, Robots, Robots.
We are a sponsor of two local robotics teams. Celt-X-5406 Bishop Ryan Robotics and Saint Jean Brebuff Odyssey Robotics FRC7868. This Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, 2018 they will be among 9 local teams competing with 30 other Ontario teams at the McMaster FIRST Robotics Regional Event. Both teams