Full Annual Service, Full Service with Genuine Parts, Timing Belt & Water Pump, 3D Camera Wheel Alignment, Suspension Fitting and Set up, Brake Fluid Change, Antifreeze Change, General Repairs, Clutches & Gearbox Rebuilds, Full Track/Race Car Builds
INTERIM SERVICE / 12 months or 10,000 miles (whichever comes 1st)
What it includes:
Oil, oil filter and sump plug replacement (we only use the highest grade of oil supplied direct from the main dealers). Visual inspection of engine bay and vehicle body.Check and top up fluid levels as required, check lights, wiper blades, brakes, tyres (damage, pressure and tread depth including spare), check all drive belts, fuel system and pipe work, cooling system (including fan operation), wheel bearings, suspension (shock absorbers, springs, joints, mounts and bushings), drive shafts and boots, brakes lines (flexible and fixed), wheel alignment quick check, exhaust, seatbelts. Computer diagnostics check, reset service light, road test and service wash.
FULL SERVICE / 24 months or 20,000 miles (whichever comes 1st)
It includes everything we do in our Interim Service with the addition of:
Air filter, Spark Plugs (petrol vehicles), Fuel Filter (diesel vehicles). Lubrication of all moving parts (doors, hinges, locks, catches and gear linkage), check quality of brake fluid and antifreeze, gear oil level, differential oil level (if possible), operation of all controls and switches, adjust handbrake (if possible), check air conditioning and pollen filter.
A cambelt or timing belt is one of the most important parts of a car's engine. It's responsible for keeping crucial parts of the motor working in sync with each other - making sure timing is accurate to ensure perfect running.
Cambelts or timing belts usually need to be replaced usually between 40,000 and 100,000 miles. Alternatively, for lower mileage cars the belt is advised to be replaced around four or five years. However, it all depends on the car and manufacturer. Poor timing on an engine, resulting from a worn or faulty cambelt can cause a number of problems with the biggest being engine damage, which in most cases is not a cheap fix.
An auxiliary drive belt should be inspected regularly. Fail to do so and when it fails it’s likely to leave you stranded at the side of the road. Drive belts are rubber-based and are designed to last for between 40,000 miles and 100,000 miles - check your car’s Service Schedule for guidance.