Maintenance Inspection

(972) 264-7000

520 W Pioneer Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75051

Here's what our Certified Service experts look for:

  1. Engine Oil Life

  2. Tire Wear

  3. Wiper Blades & Glass Condition

  4. Fluid Levels

  5. Brakes - Front & Rear Lining Measurements

  6. Battery Condition & Connections

  7. And Much More!

10 most common check engine light Issues:
  • Oxygen sensor failure

  • Loose fuel cap

  • Catalytic converter failure

  • Spark plug/ignition coil issues

  • Bad spark plug

  • Mass airflow sensor failure

  • Issues with an aftermarket alarm

  • Vacuum leak

  • Exhaust gas recirculation valve failure

  • Dead battery

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Learn More About General Maintenance

Engine Oil Life

Engine oil lubricates the engine's moving parts, reducing friction and preventing wear. Regularly check the oil level and quality, and change it according to the manufacturer's recommendations to keep the engine running smoothly.

Tire Wear

Tire maintenance includes regularly checking tire pressure, inspecting for wear and damage, rotating tires regularly, and ensuring proper wheel alignment.

Wiper Blades & Glass

A check for cracks or chips that could lead to further damage and to ensure your wiper blades will work when you need them.

Fluid Levels

Car fluids refer to various liquids essential for vehicle operation, including engine oil, transmission fluid, coolant, brake fluid, and power steering fluid. Regular maintenance involves checking and changing these fluids to ensure optimal performance and longevity of the vehicle.


Standard maintenance for car brakes includes regular inspection and replacement of brake pads, checking and changing brake fluid, and inspecting brake rotors, calipers, and lines for wear or damage.


Our services include inspecting the battery, battery cables and terminals. Cleaning the battery surface and terminals. Performing an open circuit voltage and load test and treating the battery terminals to help prevent corrosion.
The average car battery life is between 3 and 5 years. Pushing a battery longer than five years, even under perfect driving conditions, could cause your battery to fail without notice.

Check Engine Light

When a vehicle’s “check engine” light comes on, it means that the Onboard Diagnostic System (OBD II) has detected a malfunction. The reasons for a check engine light turning on can range from something minor like a loose gas cap to something more serious like a faulty catalytic converter. It could even be a sign of internal engine failure. Ignoring the problem can turn a potentially quick fix into a costly and time-consuming repair.