Click on one of the services below for information.
- Air Conditioning & Heater Repair
- Brake Repair Services
- Belt and Hose Replacement
- Computer Diagnostics
- Exhaust and Muffler Repairs
- Starters and Alternators
- Fuel Injection Work
- Oil Changes
- Radiator Repairs
- Scheduled Maintenance Needs
- Shocks, Springs and Struts
- Truck and Car Tires
Our expert auto repair technicians are equipped to check for leaks and are specially trained to repair today’s automotive air conditioning and climate control systems.
Have your brakes inspected at least once a year or if you experience any of the following: Low or spongy brake pedal, Hard brake pedal, Brake warning light that stays on Continuously, squealing or grinding brakes
Our experienced mechanics can detect many potential belt and hose problems with a simple visual inspection. Regular inspections, coupled with timely belt and hose replacement in accordance with your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations, will help protect against expensive repairs.
A computer diagnosis is a self diagnosis reading of common problems that your vehicle indicates by warning lights in your vehicles gauge cluster such as the check engine light or the anti-lock brake light and or codes that your ECU logs. These indicators are read by our diagnostic computer to pin point the exact problem to save time and money so that you may know where the problem is, and what needs to be fixed. This is a great way to protect your safety before your vehicles issue becomes more problematic and detrimental.
Stop by Donn’s Auto today for an exhaust inspection and experience the satisfaction our expertise provides.
Starters and alternators that work are essential to get your car running and keep it running. There is no preventive maintenance you can perform to keep them from wearing out. Most cars do, however, have a light on their dashboard that brightens if the alternator is not properly charging the battery. Sometimes a loose belt can make it look like the alternator is not working.
The electric fuel pump is the heart of every electronic fuel injection system. Saving money on gas, on an expensive engine repairs and getting your vehicle's power back to the optimal level- that what the rewards are for bringing your car to Donn’s Auto Service for a fuel injection service.
An oil change should be performed every 3,000 miles (5,000 kilometers), or as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer based on your driving conditions, and is vital for your vehicle and can help you avoid costly problems.
Your car's radiator is kind of like the air conditioner in your house - it keeps things cool. But radiators tend to get clogged, corroded, suffer from wear and tear, and develop leaks. Properly maintaining your car's cooling system is vital to a safe and happy ride.
Your car comes with an owner's manual and a recommended schedule of services to be performed to maximize the life of your car. These services range from oil changes to timing belt replacements. Because equipment doesn't always wear out on schedule, we regularly perform a basic safety check for all service appointments that includes: Lights, Wipers, Belts, Hoses, Horn, Tire pressure and the condition of your Suspension components, Fluid leaks and Exhaust levels.
Whether your vehicle has a conventional suspension system with shock absorbers or a strut-based system (which is typical in many front-wheel-drive cars), Donn’s Auto Service has the know-how and equipment to diagnose and repair any problem. We also have the equipment necessary to correct any vehicle alignment issues we might find.
Our technicians will inspect, rotate, and balance your tires, as scheduled.
We are proud to serve:
- Bridge Stone Tires
- Firestone Tires
- Goodyear Tires
- Yokohoma Tires
- Cooper Tires
- Dayton Tires
- Fuzion Tires
- Michelin Tires
When your car is properly tuned, the ignition system, fuel system, emission system and computer system are all working together. This results in peak combustion chamber efficiency, saving you money at the gas pump and making sure your car is emitting a minimum amount of pollutants.
- Thank you again, Kimberly