Services « Excel Auto Care

By: Excel Auto Care  09-12-2011
Keywords: vehicle, Cooling Systems, cooling system

Front Brakes + parts and taxes $89.99

  • Replace front brake pad set
  • Inspect front rotors and advise of condition
  • Service caliper slides and hardware

Rear Brakes + parts and taxes $89.99

  • Replace rear brake pad or shoe set
  • Inspect brake rotors or shoes and advise of condition
  • Service caliper slides or backing plate

Air Care Inspection $124.99

  • Inspect all ignition components
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system
  • Scan vehicle OBDII for codes causing emissions defects “check engine light”
  • Hook vehicle up on the exhaust analyzer
  • Provide an estimate for required repair, and advise customer of the vehicles air care repair limit.

Air Care + Take Through $149.99

  • All of the above, plus we take your vehicle through the test for you

L.O.F. 1 $45.99

  • Replace up to 5 liters of engine oil
  • Replace oil filter
  • Grease steering and suspension
  • Check and set tire pressure
  • Inspect all exterior lights
  • Inspect all belts and hoses
  • Inspect and top up all under hood fluids

L.O.F. 2 $89.99

  • Includes all of L.O.F. 1 plus
  • Front and rear brake inspection
  • Rotate tires
  • Pressure test cooling system
  • Test battery and charging system

L.O.F. 3 $109.99

  • Includes all of L.O.F. 1 and L.O.F. 2 plus
  • Inspect front and rear shocks/struts
  • Inspect front and rear suspension
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect ignition components
  • Scan vehicles OBDII system for codes “check engine light”

Provincial Vehicle Inspections $105.99

  • Out of province
  • Notice and order
  • Rebuild
  • Commercial annual/semi annual
  • Private

CNG / LPG Certification W/Decaling $99.99

CNG/LPG Recertification $64.99

Mount and Balance set of 4 Tires $69.99

A list of additional services we offer include:

  • Brakes
  • Fuel Systems
  • Ignition
  • Transmission
  • Air Care Diagnosis
  • Tune-up
  • Suspension and steering
  • Engine
  • Driveline
  • Tire repairs
  • Cooling systems
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: cooling system, Cooling Systems, Front Brakes, Rear Brakes, vehicle, vehicle inspections,

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Cooling System « Excel Auto Care

The hoses should be replaced every four years, regardless of how they appear on the outside, since antifreeze/coolant chemicals break down hoses from the inside out. The antifreeze/coolant that flows through these systems should be changed according to recommendations in your owner’s manual. Your vehicle’s cooling system is responsible for controlling the heat generated by burning fuel – and that’s no small order.


Belts and Hoses « Excel Auto Care

The tooth-lined strip of rubber known as the timing belt, which synchronizes the motion of the valves and pistons, was introduced as a quieter and lighter alternative to a timing chain. They turn the alternator that charges your battery, drive the water pump that circulates your coolant and spin the fan that draws air through your radiator.


Air Care Inspection « Excel Auto Care

Excel Auto Care offers is a certified AirCare inspection facility located directly beside the Langley emissions testing facility for your convenience. If you live in the Lower Mainland or Fraser Valley, your vehicle may have to pass an AirCare emissions test before its first insurance renewal. Before certain vehicles can be registered and insured, they must pass an AirCare emissions test.


Provincial Vehicle Inspection « Excel Auto Care

The Vehicle Inspection Program in British Columbia is a privately-delivered mandatory program which is monitored and regulated by government through various Acts & Regulations and the Vehicle Inspection Manual (Standards of Safety and Repair). Commercial Vehicles with a licensed gross vehicle weight greater than 8,200 kg. Vehicles operating under the authority of the Passenger Transportation Act.


Brakes « Excel Auto Care

Noises – squealing can indicate brake pads that have worn down to the indicators and grinding sound can mean pads have worn down to their backings which arecoming in contact with the rotors. Regular inspection and routine maintenance of your brake system can save you by replacing linings before they completely wear and force replacement of more costly parts.