We are open normal business hours for all your repair needs
We are open normal business hours for all your repair needs
Preventative maintenance is one of the most important things that you can do to keep your vehicle reliable and safe on the road for many years to come. When you bring your vehicle to us for scheduled maintenance, it gives one of our Volvo mechanics a chance to look over your vehicle completely, and warn you of anything that may potentially develop into costly repairs
down the road.
Sometimes an axle boot may wear out and tear. Then there is the potential for Volvo transmission repair. There is no indication to the driver that there is a problem. If the boot is torn and all of the grease exits the joint, dirt and debris may enter the joint working as an abrasive causing the joint fail. If the car is brought in for regular scheduled maintenance these are just two of the things that could be checked and avoided by a Volvo mechanic. It is much cheaper to have a new boot installed or a proactive Volvo transmission repair, than it is to let the axle wear out and have to replace the entire axle, or have the transmission fail entirely and need to be replaced. Its best to know what is going on with your vehicle and have it checked regularly to keep you on the road.
Our Volvo mechanics can handle all of your service needs from a simple oil change to a major tune up service. We can also service your timing belt, timing belt tensioner & idler, serpentine belt & tensioner, cooling system service, transmission service using synthetic fluid, brake fluid service, rear differential service, angle gear service, air filter, fuel filter, pollen filter, throttle body
cleaning, positive crankcase vent cleaning and replacement.
A few minutes with a qualified Volvo mechanic is an investment. We can keep your vehicle on the road with preventative maintenance so you can enjoy your Volvo for its maximum life.
You should keep in mind that most Volvo transmission repairs started out small and got worse over time due to lack of professional Volvo specialist attention. Taking care of your Volvo transmission and servicing can go a long way towards saving you money.
The fluid in an automatic transmission operates the clutches, provides cooling and lubrication, and even drives the vehicle. Nothing is more important than keeping your transmission fluid clean and at its proper level. Transmission fluids have a number of unique properties that can wear out over time. When they wear out, you can bet the Volvo transmission won't be far behind, and in need of costly repair. One of the best ways to keep your transmission in good working order is to have the fluid checked and serviced, by a Volvo specialist.
Whether it's a warning light on the dash, a few drops of fluid on the garage floor, or a change in the way the transmission operates, your best bet is to let one of our Volvo specialists take a look at your vehicle right away. In many cases you'll be able to avoid a major Volvo transmission repair simply by catching it while the problem is still a minor one.
We offer full computerized transmission diagnostics using "Volvo Dice". We can service your transmission, replace seals, cooler lines, valve body replacement, solenoid replacement, replace your transmission, gear position sensors, transmission linkage, gear shift controls. We also have low mileage used transmissions. Manual gearbox repairs include, clutch replacement, throw out bearing, resurface flywheel and replace your gear box. We also have low mileage used gear boxes.
We offer many types of engine repairs from major engine overhauls, cylinder head gaskets, valve repair, replacement engines, engine seal replacements, oil pressure repairs, crank case breather box replacement, intake gaskets, exhaust gaskets, water pumps, hoses, radiators, turbo's and turbo control, electronic fuel injection repairs, emission components and timing belts. Used low mileage engines available. No job is too big or too small!
We can handle your primary brake system needs. Replacing brake pads, rotors, vacuum brake booster, brake lines, hydraulic master cylinder and hydraulic fluid flush.
We can also diagnose more complex systems on vehicles equipped with electronic "ABS" (antilock brake system) and "DSTC" or "STC" (traction control systems). We can replace your ABS wheel sensors, ABS control modules, pedal sensors, brake light switch, ABS pump module, brake control module on later model cars and much more.
When the hot summer days are here and it’s a good time to have your cooling system inspected by a Volvo specialist.
If you’re familiar with Atlanta, I am sure that at one point you have been caught in stop and go traffic on a hot summer day. That is one of the most extreme conditions that you can be caught in. Most of us have the A/C on as we are inching forward on the crowded interstates. Meanwhile, you have minimum air flow moving through your radiator. The last thing that you need is to have a weak cooling hose or your radiator could start to leak and leave you stranded on the side of the road.
Having your cooling system checked and serviced by a licensed Volvo mechanic, is the best thing you can do to keep your vehicle reliable and on the road. Besides that, who wants to be caught in the heat when your A/C is not operating at its peak performance? Sometimes the gas charge (134a) that your air conditioning uses to cool your interior can leak through a weak seal or hose. It’s best to have your A/C performance tested by a Volvo specialist and have your A/C system inspected for weak hoses or leaks. In some cases all you need is an A/C service. In other cases, a licensed Volvo mechanic may need to install a tracer dye to find out where your A/C system may be leaking and repair the leak.
Our Volvo specialists can diagnose an A/C or heating system problem and fault trace your electronic climate control system using "Volvo Dice". Repairs provided by our Volvo-certified mechanic staff include: recalibrating damper motors, replacing parts (damper motors, control heads, evaporators, heater cores, A/C hoses, heater hoses, condensers, compressors, temp sensors and pressure switches), and recharging your A/C system using the latest equipment by Robinair.
We can replace any of your suspension components, front & rear shocks, upper spring seats, sway bar link rods, sway bar bushings, ball joints, inner and outer tie rod ends, steering racks, control arm bushings, cross bars, sub frame, front & rear hubs, power steering pump and lines.