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Brake Services

Routine brake inspections and maintenance help to ensure your vehicle’s brake system operates as designed at all times.View Details

Routine Maintenance

To save you money and future issues with your vehicle, we recommend adhering to your manufacturer's factory scheduled 30K/60K/90K mile maintenance schedule. View Details

Steering & Suspension Services

Power steering fluid is essential to your power steering system and should be replaced at certain intervals to prevent problems due to old fluid or contamination with dirt and debris.

Engine Services

As the life force of your vehicle, it's important to perform regular maintenance and fluid changes to the vehicle's engine.View Details

Tire & Wheel Alignment Services

Keeping your tires properly inflated and rotating them every 6,000 miles will maximize the lifetime of your tires and helps to maintain precise handling in all driving conditions View Details

Transmission Services

The transmission is of the most important parts of your vehicle, and regular preventative care will help to maintain the transmission and extend its life.View Details

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Frequently Asked Question

The answer is different for everyone. Oil change frequency varies depending on your specific vehicle and individual driving habits. Ray's Auto Repair recommends oil change service every 3,000 miles, but your owner’s manual provides recommendations on oil change frequency for your specific vehicle based on the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Your owner’s manual will specify which type of oil your vehicle’s manufacturer recommends for the year, make, and model of your vehicle. Several auto manufacturers recommend and/or require the use of synthetic oil in certain models to maintain peak engine performance. Vehicle manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Cadillac, Volkswagen, Audi, and Chevrolet (Corvette) recommend synthetic for specific makes and models; consult your owner’s manual for details about your vehicle.

1. Your Check Engine light is on

2. Your Battery light is on

3. There is a grinding or high pitch squeaking noise coming from your brakes

4. Your vehicle’s temperature gauge reads in the hot or red zone

5. You see any steam or smoke coming from under the hood

6. Your vehicle vibrates severely when applying the brakes at highway speeds

7. Your vehicle is sputtering, hesitating, or loses power while driving

8. There is any type of fluid leaking from underneath the car

9. Your vehicle attempts to or does shut off each time you stop at a light or stop sign

If you experience any of these symptoms we recommend bringing your vehicle in as soon as possible for evaluation.

Ray's Auto Repair can perform most repairs for all hybrid vehicle makes and models. Our technicians are trained to perform maintenance and repairs on hybrid engines, brakes, cooling systems, transmissions, belts, hoses, fuel systems, exhaust and emissions, steering and suspension, wheel alignment and tire services. We do not perform diagnostics or repairs on hybrid vehicle electrical or charging systems or batteries.
The soft rubber that makes up windshield wipers breaks down over time and loses effectiveness. Worn or damaged windshield wipers can pose a serious safety hazard by reducing visibility. To be safe, wiper blades should be replaced every 6-9 months.
Rotating existing tires to new positions evens out wear and maximizes the life of each tire. It helps to distribute wear more evenly because each position wears the tires in different places. You should rotate your tires about every 6,000 miles or based on your vehicle manufacturer’s specifications.
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