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Auto Repair And Service
Thank you for visiting Guaranteed Auto Air & Repair, Rockledge's best automotive repair shop. We’ve been family owned and operated for over 20 years. We have great prices on tires, brakes, and most other routine maintenance procedures at our three full-service auto shops in Brevard County, FL.
It is our goal with every customer to keep their vehicles maintained according to the manufacturer's specifications. Each vehicle demands special care and is treated as such - we take the time to research each vehicle's needs, manufacturer recommendations for maintenance, warranty information and service to ensure a long life and safe ride.
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Keeping your air conditioning system well maintained is critical in Florida. At Guaranteed Auto Air & Repair, we are experts in saving our customers money when it comes to maintaining their car's air conditioning system. Replacing an entire air conditioning system is expensive. That's why it's important to maintain the key systems of your car's air conditioning system, which includes the compressor, condenser, evaporator, expansion valve, drier and hoses
Maintaining the brakes on your car is paramount to your safety. There are many components that make up the effective operation of your brake system. If your brake pedal is starting to feel "spongy" it may be time for break service. Brake fluid becomes contaminated over time and use and heat and moisture. Service should be performed every 30,000 - 40,000 miles. Auto Pro's ASE certified Master Technicians will inspect your entire brake system for leaks, master cylinder corrosion, worn pneumatic parts, harmful varnish build-up, broken or rusted bleeder valves, worn rotors and drums, and air in the brake lines.
Did you know that your car has several computers running its major systems? It's true. These advanced computer systems alert you of potential problems by posting warning messages on your dash. Once you receive such a warning on your dash, it's important to take your car to a trained computer diagnostics technician for analysis. Guaranteed Auto Air & Repair's ASE certified Master Technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to quickly and properly diagnose problems with any major systems.
The timing belt, or timing chain in some vehicles, is a drive belt that synchronizes the rotation of the engine’s crankshaft and camshaft with the opening and closing of your engine’s valves. Depending on the vehicle, it may also rotate the water pump. When the crankshaft turns, the timing belt turns the camshaft, which opens and closes the engine valves to allow the pistons to move up and down. Your vehicle’s engine operates in four phases: intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust. During the intake phase, intake valves open and exhaust valves close as fuel and air enter the cylinders. As the air and fuel is mixed, compressed, and ignited by spark plugs during the compression and combustion phases, the valves close. The remaining air and fuel is pushed out of the exhaust valve during the exhaust phase. The timing belt is responsible for synchronizing this process and for opening and closing valves during normal engine operation.
Your engine needs motor oil to keep everything in proper working order, but old oil can break down, turn dirty, and harm your vehicle. During an oil change, our staff will change the oil filter, drain the dirty oil from your engine, and replace it with clean, new oil to keep your engine running smoothly. During a lube and oil change, our service staff will lubricate the chassis and the internal framework that holds your car together. By the time our staff finishes with your lube and oil change, your engine should be running smoothly, complete with a new oil filter, fresh oil, and a lubricated chassis. Changing your oil early and often will keep your engine running under optimal conditions. Contact us online or call us today to schedule your next oil change and lube service.