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2017 Honda CR-V

2024-01-25T23:04:49+00:00

Honda CR-V

Mileage
112,042
Service Date
1/24/2024
Services Performed
  • General Inspection – Priority List – Priority One 1 coolant repairs 2 oil change 3 brake flush Priority Two 1 battery terminal service 2 diag codes Inspection Findings – SEL- Code list – Airbag and power steering codes. See picture. Recommend diagnostics Oil Life % – Oil life states 40 percent but oil sticker indicates over 2k miles and 3 months over due. Oil condition is bad. Recommend oil change Cabin air filter – Filter is clean. However was installed wrong and cover is missing. Installed filter correctly. Recommend replacing cover Engine Oil – Oil dark in color Brake Fluid – Brake fluid testing high in contaminants. Recommend BY Service Antifreeze/Coolant – Empty see work order Cables / Connections – Terminals corroded. Recommend service Under vehicle fluid leaks. – Coolant leak. See work order.
  • Performed visual inspection found damage to lower portion of radiator. Drain valve has been broken off. Recommending replacing radiator assembly along with thermostat.
  • Per recommendations. Removed and replaced radiator. Upper hose (lower hose is unavailable at this time). Thermostat and radiator cap. Pulled vacuumed on system co firming that no leaks are present. Filled system. Road tested confirming repairs.
  • In stalled new filter and drain plug gasket. Filled engine with 4.6 qt of 0w20 w one can of BG MOA confirmed level. Stickered for 5k and reset life
  • Check brake fluid for moisture and contamination. Inspect all hydraulic line and hoses. Inspect calipers and wheel cylinders. Inspect master cylinder and cap. Flush entire brake system including master cylinder, calipers, wheel cylinders until clean.
  • Per inspection removed terminals. Cleaned of all corrosion. Reinstalled and installed protectant spray.
 
Paige B. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/24/2024
2017 Honda CR-V 2024-01-25T23:04:49+00:00

2007 Honda Ridgeline

2023-11-15T23:02:16+00:00

Honda Ridgeline

Mileage
130,270
Service Date
11/13/2023
Services Performed
  • removed and replaced rack and pinion and both outer tie rod ends. See added line for alignment. Road test vehicle 10 miles confirming repair.
  • Performed alignment finding caster camber to be with inspect and tow to be out. adjusted toe and Road tested vehicle to verify repairs.
 
Joellen D. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/14/2023
2007 Honda Ridgeline 2023-11-15T23:02:16+00:00

2011 Honda Fit

2023-08-19T22:03:16+00:00

Honda Fit

Mileage
140,430
Service Date
8/17/2023
Services Performed
  • General Inspection – Priority List – Priority One 1. brake flush 2. transmission flush, 3. axle seal, 4. replace battery Inspection findings – SEL- Code list – TPMS codes present. Brake Fluid – Brake fluid is slightly contaminated, recommend performing brake fluid service. Washer Fluid – Topped off washer fluid reservoir. Transmission fluid – Transmission fluid is dark in color, recommend transmission fluid service. Battery Condition – 344 cca out of 570cca replace battery Brakes (Pads/Shoes) – clean and adjust in the rear Tire pressure & condition – tire pressure was at 38PSI brought it down to factory 32 psi Under vehicle fluid leaks. – driver side axle seal is leaking suggest replacing with transmission flush – By time and / or mileage. – inspect idle speed
  • ENGINE OIL & FILTER – Remove & Replace
 
James C. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/18/2023
2011 Honda Fit 2023-08-19T22:03:16+00:00

2013 Honda Crosstour

2022-07-14T22:01:08+00:00

Honda Crosstour

Mileage
127,139
Service Date
7/12/2022
Services Performed
  • drained and refilled with 4.5 quarts 0w20 full synthetic and a can of MOA, replace the oil filter, new sticker set for 5000 miles at 132139, current odometer has 127139, verified oil levels full, oil maintenance was reset.
  • General Inspection – Priority List – Priority One: 1. brake flush, 2. recharge battery Priority Two: 1. air filter. Inspection Findings – Brake Fluid – brake fluid test came back bad recommend brake flush Air Filter – air filter is Pretty Dirty recommend to replace Battery Condition – good, recommend to recharge
  • Flush entire brake system including master cylinder, calipers, wheel cylinders until clean using BG Dot 4 Premium brake fluid, road test to verify brake function.
 
Venita D. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/13/2022
2013 Honda Crosstour 2022-07-14T22:01:08+00:00

2013 Honda Fit

2022-06-21T22:02:28+00:00

Honda Fit

Mileage
55,675
Service Date
6/20/2022
Services Performed
  • General Inspection – Priority List – Priority One: 1. brake inspection, 2. brake flush, 3. recharge battery, 4. air filter/clean air box, 5. clear codes Inspection Findings – SEL- Code list – multiple codes recommended clear codes and reevaluate Brake Fluid – brake fluid test came back bad recommend brake flush Air Filter – air filter is dirty and air box is filled with dog food, recommend to replace filter and clean out air box Battery Condition – good, recommend to recharge Brakes (Pads/Shoes) – brake pads are starting to get a little low recommend brake inspection.
  • drained and refilled with 3.8 quarts 0w 20 full synthetic and a can of moa, replace oil filter, new sticker set for 5000 miles at 60675, current odometer is 55675, verified oil levels is full
  • Check brake fluid for moisture and contamination. Inspect all hydraulic line and hoses. Inspect calipers and wheel cylinders. Inspect master cylinder and cap. Flush entire brake system including master cylinder, calipers, wheel cylinders until clean.
  • Clean out air filter compartment and change filter
 
Linda M. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/20/2022
2013 Honda Fit 2022-06-21T22:02:28+00:00

2015 Honda Fit

2021-08-20T22:01:58+00:00

Honda Fit

Mileage
23,933
Service Date
8/18/2021
Services Performed
  • Removed & replaced oil filter. Drained & refilled oil to spec with Full synthetic 0W20 oil and a can of BG MOA. Double checked oil level and stickered vehicle for 5000 miles.
  • Temperature coming out of vents is 89°. High side pressure: 125 psi. Low side pressure: seems as if schrader valve did not open. Evacuated AC system only recovering 3 oz. Removed low side schrader valve and inspected finding no faults with valve, however, low side pressure pipe has not been drilled and/or something has been installed blocking the hole for the schrader valve. Removed hose and inspected inside underneath adapter. Verified manufacturer fault did not fully drill hole through pipe. We could attempt to drill pipe but that would be taking chances of metal getting into compressor and destroying compressor; recommend to replace pipe instead. Recharged system with 13 oz. also added PAG oil & dye to system to inspect for leaks. High side pressure at 180 psi and Temps at vents are now 49 degrees.
  • During vehicle inspection found: Priority One. 1 AC line see work order. Priority Two. keep an eye on rear shocks. Oil Life %: according to sticker, by mileage vehicle is still good, but is due by date. Power Steering Fluid: NA Shocks / Struts: rear shocks have signs of seeping, recommend to monitor. Differential fluid- Frt and/or rear: NA Transfer case fluid: NA
 
Diana C. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/19/2021
2015 Honda Fit 2021-08-20T22:01:58+00:00

2011 Honda Pilot

2021-07-31T22:02:35+00:00

Honda Pilot

Mileage
229,786
Service Date
7/30/2021
Services Performed
  • Priority One. 1 intake tube. 2 brake inspection. 3 oil consumption test. 4 diagnostic codes. 5 brake flush. 6 sway bar links. 7 battery terminal service. 8 windshield washer reservoir. Priority Two. 1 windshield. 2 windshield wipers. 3 lights. During vehicle inspection found: SEL- Code list: multiple engine codes p0113, p0171, p0174, p0102, p0420, p0302, p0497, p145c, p0430. interlock brake codes 27-1, 61 – 1, 71 – 1, 83-1.VTM codes 77-1, 78-1. Oil Life %: according to our sticker vehicle has gone 1000 miles overdue. Windshield / Glass: windshield is cracked recommended replace. Wiper Blades: wiper blades are worn, recommend to replace. Lights (Head, Brake, Turn): front passenger fog lamp is damaged. driver side license plate light is out. Engine Oil: engine oil is barely touching dipstick no signs of major leaking; recommend performing consumption test. Brake Fluid: brake fluid is highly contaminated recommend performing flush. Washer Fluid: windshield washer reservoir does not hold fluid recommend replacing. Air Filter: intake tube from throttle body to airbox is ripped recommend to replace. Cables / Connections: recommend performing battery terminal service due to corrosion on positive cable. Brakes (Pads/Shoes): rear brake pads are in the yellow recommend performing brake inspection. Steering System: front sway bar links have extreme amount of play. Lower ball joints boots are cracked. Rack & pinion is leaking. Recommend to replace sway bar links and keep an eye on lower ball joints and rack & pinion.
  • Removed and replaced oil filter. Drained oil; refilled with 4.5 quarts of 5W-20 synthetic blend. Reset maintenance light and stickered vehicle for 3,000 miles. Recommend customer return in 1000 Miles to check for oil consumption. Also recommend performing BG-EPR oil flush with next oil change and BG- Air induction/Fuel system clean, along with replacing air tube.
 
Mindy R. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/30/2021
2011 Honda Pilot 2021-07-31T22:02:35+00:00

2012 Honda Pilot

2021-06-12T22:02:43+00:00

Honda Pilot

Mileage
132,810
Service Date
6/11/2021
Services Performed
  • General Inspection – Priority List – Priority One: 1 – front struts/sway bar links and bushings / alignment. 2 – brake inspection. 3 – brake flush.4 – diagnose codes. 5 – oil drain plug. Inspection findings – SEL- Code list – engine codes P0404, P3400. tirepressure monitoring code 36-1. VTM-4 codes77-1, 78 – 1. gauges, door locks, HVAC, keyless transmitter, lighting, power tailgate, power window, seat heater, security, and wiper modules all have code u1064.recommend farther diagnose engine codes , clear code U1064 reevaluate and have sensor tested at tire shop. Engine Oil – found oil drain plug starting to leak recommend replacing. Brake Fluid – brake fluid is highly contaminated recommend performing brake flush. Brakes (Pads/Shoes) – both front and rear brake pads are low recommend performing brake inspection. Shocks / Struts – front shocks are leaking. recommend to replace and perform alignment along with replacing rear due to age. Driveline (Axles / CV Shafts) – passenger side inner boot on CV shaft is starting to seep recommended keep an eye on it.
  • Alignment-Suspension/Steering – Recommendations – recommending to replace both front struts, rear shocks and sway bar links / bushings then perform alignment. Findings – Front Struts/Shocks – front struts are leaking recommend replacement. Rear Struts/Shocks – recommend replacing rear shocks by time and mileage. Sway Bar Links – front sway bar bushings and links are worn causing slight knocking, recommend replacing sway bar links and bushings.
 
Susan F. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/11/2021
2012 Honda Pilot 2021-06-12T22:02:43+00:00

2018 Honda CR-V

2021-03-19T22:04:38+00:00

Honda CR-V

Mileage
11,321
Service Date
3/18/2021
Services Performed
  • (Combination) – ENGINE OIL – Drain & Refill
  • During vehicle inspection found:
  • ENGINE OIL FILTER – Remove & Replace
 
Sharon J. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/18/2021
2018 Honda CR-V 2021-03-19T22:04:38+00:00

2005 Honda Element

2021-03-06T23:04:56+00:00

Honda Element

Mileage
272,146
Service Date
3/5/2021
Services Performed
  • Inspected and found no hose off of cooling system when vehicle was towed in, found cooling system low, added 1 gallon of universal 50/50 coolant, pressure tested cooling system and found no active leaking, pressure tested radiator cap at 11 psi, gasket on cap is damaged, recommending replacing cap. Warmed vehicle to operating temp and found only 1 out of 2 cooling fans functioning, tested fan and verified high speed fan motor is faulty, recommending replacing high speed cooling fan- position in font of engine. Other cooling system notes, all hoses are extremely worn, coolant is contaminated, recommending replacing all coolant hoses along with cooling system flush. However, disturbing the cooling system could reveal more problems.
 
Justin T. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/5/2021
2005 Honda Element 2021-03-06T23:04:56+00:00