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    Engine carbon cleaning hamilton NZ

    Engine Carbon Cleaning in Hamilton

    Is your car’s engine running poorly, producing excess noise or idling roughly? Over time, carbon can build up on the...

    Rear Reflectors – Replacement Service in Hamilton

    Why are the rear reflectors important? In New Zealand, it is a requirement that vehicles are fitted with at least...

    Transmission Insecurely Mounted – WOF Repairs in Hamilton

    About transmission mounts: The transmission is one of the heaviest parts of your vehicle. Because of this, it usually requires...

    Broken Engine Mounts – WOF Repairs on Hamilton

    Why are engine mounts important? Generally weighing between 130 to 350kg (approx 300–800lbs), your car’s engine is one of its heaviest...

    Exhaust wof repairs hamilton NZ

    Failed WOF for Exhaust Noise – Repairs in Hamilton

    Exhaust systems can create a lot of noise. For this reason, they are fitted with equipment such as a catalytic...

    Car Differential Seal Replacement in Hamilton

    What is the purpose of differential seals? In order to turn properly, your car’s wheels must be able to turn...

    New Transmission Switch Hamilton

    Car Transmission Range Sensor (Switch) Replacement Hamilton

    What does the transmission range switch do? The transmission range switch (also known as the neutral safety switch) is an...

    Brake pedal adjustment services Hamilton NZ

    Brake Pedal is Lower Than Usual – Inspection & Repairs in Hamilton

    Why is the brake pedal sitting lower? Over time, your car’s brake pedal may begin to sit at a lower...

    Speedometer repairs Hamilton NZ

    Car Speedometer Cable Replacement Hamilton

    What does the speedometer cable do? Most modern cars use electronic speedometers, which don’t have a speedometer cable. However, there...

    Brake Pads are Wearing Out Quickly – Repair & Replacement in Hamilton

    About brake pads: Brake pads are an important part of your braking system. They press against the brake rotors when...

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