Mechanical Services

Our quality technicians at Mercedes R usemploy today’s Mercedes latest automotive technology and are equipped to handle all major and minor auto mechanical services on all classes and models. Below are some of the many auto mechanical services that we offer:

  • Tune ups
  • Wheel Alignment
  • Engine Repair
  • Smog & Emissions Testing
  • Tyre Service
  • Exhaust System
  • CV Axles
  • Auto Repair
  • Full Brake Service
  • Oil Change and Lube
  • Suspension and Shock Repair
  • Belt and Hose Replacement
  • Diesel Service and Repair
  • Chassis Lube
  • Fuel Injection Service
  • Vehicle Fluids
  • Cooling System Flush
  • Power Steering
  • Air Conditioning Service
  • Complete Diagnostic Services
  • Clutch Repairs
  • Coolant Service
  • Computer Diagnostics
  • Air Filter Replacement
  • Transmission Service
  • Computer Diagnostic Testing
  • State Emissions Inspection

Mechanical Services offered at Mercedes R us

Oil and Oil Filter Service
Experts recommend changing the oil and oil filter in your vehicle every 6 months or 10,000 KMs, which ever is first. It’s an essential way to maximize engine protection. Oil changes at longer intervals will impact the vehicle performance for most common driving conditions.

Cooling System Service
Flush cooling system, pressure test, check hoses, cap and check connection.

Air Conditioning Service
Our trained Air Conditioning specialists will inspect your vehicle’s air condition system, evaporator and compressor for leaks and wear.

Fuel/Air Induction Cleanup
Using specialized equipment our mechanics will clean the intake manifold, ports, intake valves, and combustion chamber in a quick and effective manner. Install injector cleaning additive in tank.

Power Steering Flush
Our mechanical services team uses a powerful cleaner to dissolve any residues in your car’s power steering unit. Next, they will flush old, worn-out contaminated fluid and install fresh new fluid to prevent mechanical failure.

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