- Remove necessary shields to access the pressure ports. Install manifold gauges and monitor systems static and dynamic system pressures. Check all air conditioning electrical system components including switch, relays, and pressure switches. Add refrigerant to the system if necessary for leak testing and inject the system with luminescent dye. Check the system for refrigerant leaks using dye detection equipment. Check hoses, clamps, evaporator drain, condenser, receiver dryer, and expansion valve for leaks. Determined that the condenser assembly is leaking and would require replacement in order to repair the issue.
- Remove necessary shields to access the pressure ports. Install manifold gauges and monitor systems static and dynamic system pressures. Check all air conditioning electrical system components including switch, relays, and pressure switches. Remove any remaining system pressure and oil. Clean all exterior connections requiring servicing to remove debris. Vacuum system for 30 minutes to remove any moisture. Fill system to capacity with new esther oil, dye, and refrigerant. Clean condenser fins and inlet and outlet air passages. Run engine to operating temperature and monitor system pressures. Check the operation of the condenser fan, blend door, and check and verify vent temperatures. Check for leaks using dye detection light and insure that all system components are dry. No leaks are present at this time. If the system performance decreases, the customer should return for additional leak testing.
- Trans Tech II Transmission machine is a self-contained system which connects directly to the transmission through the transmission cooler lines. The Trans Tech II completely exchanges 100% of the transmissions fluid while removing all internal debris. This cleaning is accomplished using only automatic transmission fluid and no solvents or chemicals which may shorten the transmissions life. The specified type of fluid is exchanged through the vehicles transmission till the unit is completely clean. This service is hands down the best way to replace virtually 100% of the transmissions fluid, without removing the transmission pan which could cause additional internal issues. Modern transmissions do not contain a 'filter', but use a debris screen. This screen is cleaned by the machine performing a back flush procedure to remove trapped debris. In some instances, where paper filters are used, the filter may need to be replaced depending upon the condition of the fluid before the service. Fluid is additional. Filter and pan gasket additional (if required).
- Check the vehicles under hood fluid levels and remove the oil fill cap and breather assemblies (where applicable) Remove the vehicles engine oil drain plug, and drain the contents of the engines oil pan or sump. Remove the filter assembly and clean the sealing surfaces of the housing for reinstallation. On cartridge equipped vehicles, replace the housing O rings and clean the debris from the housing and relief valves. Lubricate the O rings on the housing and or the filter assembly and replace the filter or element. Clean and inspect the oil drain plug gasket, and check the threads in the engines oil pan. Torque the plug to the manufacturers specification using a new gasket where required. Clean the grease zerks to remove debris, and lubricate all accessible fittings on the vehicles steering, suspension, driveline and chassis components. Check and or set the tire pressures and relearn the TPMS system where required. Fill the engine with the manufacturers specified type, grade, and viscosity engine oil and verify level after purging the new filter. Check and or top off all low fluid levels and reset the maintenance reminder system where applicable. Note. Some vehicles maintenance reminders do not take on initial reset. If your maintenance light happens to come on following an oil service, please give us a call so we can correct it.
Tucker M. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/14/2021