Our technicians at St Lucie Auto Dynamics will check - Interior vent and cabin temperature.
System fan speed and efficiency.
System PSI pressure reading to verify Freon level.
Blower fan and compressor examination to ensure proper operation.
Diagnosis of possible problems with faulty switches, fuses, wiring, the condenser, or internal compressor seal failure
Visually inspect all AC belts and hoses inspection to discover indications of aging and potential failure.
Examine for visible leaks and test inlet and outlet temperature for efficiency.
If you're in need of a brake service and inspection in Port St Lucie, look no further than St Lucie Auto Dynamics. Our technicians at St Lucie Auto Dynamics will perform a free brake check service that includes:
Measurement of front and rear brake pad wear.
Measurement of rotor wear.
Measurement of drum wear.
Strip dip brake fluid test.
E-brake inspection. Our ASE certified technicians will resurface your brake rotors as necessary - Use On-Car brake lathe.
Replace or flush brake fluid. Brake bleeding.
Replacement of brake lines, hoses and any other brake component.
Our ASE certified technicians at St Lucie Auto Dynamics will thoroughly inspect and/or replace your shocks, struts and springs and ball joints and bushings if there are signs of wear and damage. Signs that you require your suspension system inspected include:
Pulling to the side.
Issues and noises when driving over uneven roadways or dips.
Car continues to bounce after going over a bump.
Tires wander or shake.
Steering seems to wandering.
Inspect and replace steering rack and pionion gear and tie rods and/or pitman and idler arms
Includes - installation of new valve stem or TPMS service kit and mounting of new tire, also visually inspect brakes and suspension components.
Our ASE certified technicians at St Lucie Auto Dynamics will provide a correct balance that will pinpoint and eliminate steering wheel vibrations and improve uneven tire wear
The Road Force® diagnostic wheel balancer delivers exceptional balancing service and performs a Road Force® and balance faster than a traditional wheel balance. The Road Force® solves wheel vibration problems that traditional wheel balancers can't fix. This diagnostic wheel balancer machine detects non-balance, radial-force related problems associated with tire uniformity, tire and rim runout, wheel to balancer mounting errors and improper bead seat of tire to rim.
Customer complains about vehicle pulling to the left or right after tire rotation or installation.
Perform lateral force measurement while balancing their tire and Hunter GSP9700 suggests optimal wheel placement just like OE manufacturers.
Dismount tire and inspect sidewall for damage, install patch repair from interior of tire - Keeps all tire warranties intact
Nitrogen vs. Air: Which is Best for Your Tires?
First is that nitrogen is less likely to migrate through tire rubber than is oxygen, which means that your tire pressures will remain more stable over the long term. Racers figured out pretty quickly that tires filled with nitrogen rather than air also exhibit less pressure change with temperature swings. Also, underinflated tires wear out faster, fail much more frequently and have a detrimental impact on a vehicle's fuel economy.
Auto repair in Port St. Lucie - includes - Inspection of your radiator and cooling system and pressure test for any leaks. Addition of flush chemicals to the radiator. Radiator fluid exchange. Refilling of radiator system with anti-freeze. Performed by our auto mechanic in Port St. Lucie.
Depending on your car, water pumps typically last between 60,000 and 90,000 miles. Radiator hoses can last up to 100,000 miles. Over time, however, both radiator hoses and water pumps wear out and if they are not replaced when needed, serious damage can occur. A collapsed radiator hose, for example, can quickly ruin an engine.
Your water pump begins to make a squeaking noise.
Coolant is leaking from your car onto the ground.
A routine tune up at St Lucie Auto Dynamics can easily protect against major engine problems by finding and changing worn components such as spark plugs and fuel filters. Keeping a regular tune-up schedule will help your vehicle last much longer, preserve a higher fuel mileage, and boost efficiency. Our ASE certified technicians can quickly diagnose your vehicle problems using sophisticated engine diagnostic tools to identify hidden problems and provide you with the proper solutions.
In terms of how often an engine tune-up is needed, service requirements vary from vehicle to vehicle, and can also vary based on vehicle mileage and age. You can find a vehicle manufacturer-recommended schedule for tune-ups and other maintenance in your vehicle owner’s manual, or call us at St Lucie Auto Dynamics and auto service professional can supply you with a printout upon request.
For more information about engine tune-ups, call or stop in at St Lucie Auto Dynamics today.
Replacement of faulty or worn electronics/engine components, control modules.
Tuning your vehicle idle and timing
Replacing the air filter.
Switching out the gas filters.
Installing new spark plugs and spark plug wires.
Inspecting the distributor cap and putting in a new one if needed.
Examining the blades and installing a new rotor if the old one has splits, burning or carbon build-up.
Checking and adjusting the valves.
Change Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve, if plugged. Inspect all fluids.
Your vehicle’s automotive electrical systems consists of a complex connection of circuits and your battery that create, store and distribute energy where it’s needed. The automotive electrical system is also essential for starting the engine along with many safety features like headlights and blinkers. Automotive electrical system maintenance on your vehicle can be done in Port Saint Lucie by our competant technicians at St Lucie Auto Dynamics.
Automotive electrical system evaluation includes - Inspecting cable connections.
Checking positioning all necessary bolts and brackets.
A parasitic “draw” and starter "draw" examination, to examine the quantity of electricity needed to turn the engine over to get it started.