Accelerate Auto Repair
While Land Rovers are luxury vehicles, many people still like to drive them off-road. Driving on gravel and driving in the mountains beats up on a vehicle. If you do a lot of that type of driving, it’s better to have your Land Rover serviced more frequently. While your vehicle is in for service, we’ll also look for other issues, such as fluid leaks, brakes, tire tread wear and other issues. Contact Accelerate Auto Repair for an appointment for service or repairs by calling the shop at (469) 300-9669.
Land Rover Service
Bringing your Land Rover in for service at the time the manufacturer recommended intervals helps keep you on the road longer especially if you like to drive the same vehicle for more than a couple of years. And, when it’s time to trade it in, keeping up with the service requirements helps increase the value.
Another benefit of bringing your vehicle in for service is that we check for issues you might not realize your vehicle is experiencing. We also check for upcoming issues that might leave you stranded. Land Rover service our mechanics provides includes:
- Oil and filter change
- Transmission fluid and filter change
- Transmission flushes
- Brake fluid and power steering fluid flushes
- Coolant flushes
- Checking and topping off fluids between change or flush intervals
- Checking tires for tread wear, including uneven tread wear
- Checking the suspension and steering
- Checking the brakes
- Gear oil change
- Air filters
- Checking belts and hoses
- Checking for fluid leaks
Land Rover Diagnostics
All newer vehicles use electronic control modules to govern the engine, transmission, and other systems. Land Rover is no exception. If you see the service engine soon light come on, it is usually a problem with one of the engine’s sensors. Either the sensor is bad, or it is telling the ECM that something is off with the air to fuel ratio, and the ECM cannot correct it.
We have the diagnostic equipment to read the codes and to determine what the problem is. For example, if the ECM sets a code for the oxygen sensor, that doesn’t necessarily mean the oxygen sensor is bad. It could be reading too much or not enough oxygen in the exhaust, and the ECM cannot correct it. Or, it could be that the sensor is not getting the proper amount of power because of a wiring problem.
Our ASE Certified technicians at Accelerate Auto Repair will track the problem and make the appropriate repairs. Because we have the diagnostic equipment for Land Rovers, you won’t have to take it to the dealership.
Land Rover Repair
As with any vehicle, parts break on the Land Rover. Timing belts, water pumps, alternators, sensors, parts in the steering and suspension, brake parts and more are all suspect to wear and tear and will eventually need to be replaced.
Contact Accelerate Auto Repair
When you need quality Land Rover repair and service, bring your vehicle to Accelerate Auto Repair. We use OEM parts and provide top-notch service while repairing your vehicle as quickly as possible without sacrificing quality. Contact Accelerate Auto Repair at (469) 300-9669 to schedule an appointment.