Whether your vehicle needs conventional, high mileage, synthetic blend or full synthetic oil, the oil change is comprehensive preventive maintenance to check, change, inspect, flush, fill and clean essential systems and components of your vehicle.
Preventive maintenance consists of scheduled servicing, inspections, and vehicle repairs to prevent potential problems and maximize vehicle availability. Preventive maintenance is used to proactively avoid or reduce vehicle breakdowns.
Tire Rotation & Balance
Tire rotation and balancing is an essential part of your car’s maintenance and will prevent considerable damage.
Air Conditioning & Heating
A vehicle without AC or heat can be an uncomfortable ride. Having a properly working system will keep everyone in the vehicle comfortable all the way to your destination.
Our technicians are vehicle battery experts with decades of experience servicing auto, SUV and light truck batteries on import vehicles and domestic vehicles.
Major engine repair can be one of the most costly examples of repair work. With something as important as an engine repair, you can trust our experts.
If your brakes squeal or grind, grab causing jerky stops, it may be time for you to have them looked at.
Keep your radiator, heater core, and engine clean. Flushing your coolant is good for the cooling systemto prevent rust and to prevent your car from overheating. A Transmission Fluid Flush should be performed approximately every 35,000 miles or at the intervals indicated in your vehicle’s owner’s manual.
Muffler & Exhaust
Don’t be the loud one in the neighborhood because of your noisy engine, we have a wide variety of mufflers and exhaust systems.
The transmission is the link between the engine and the wheels of your vehicle. Whether you drive a manual, automatic, or semi-automatic vehicle, the transmission plays a crucial role in the performance and reliability of your vehicle.
Spark Plug Replacement
Fouled, damaged, or worn out spark plugs can lead to a variety of engine problems, such as misfires, hard starts, increased emissions, and poor fuel economy. For most vehicles, you should replace your spark plugs every 30,000 miles.
Belts & Hoses
It’s important to have the various belts regularly inspected. During the inspection of your timing belt, our technicians will look for cracks or stripping that indicate it’s time for belt replacement.
Starters & Alternators
Rotating electrical parts such as starters and alternators often have to be replaced on older, high-mileage vehicles.
When your car is being inspected we will check your exhaust system and catalytic converter to make sure there working properly. These two parts are responsible for controlling the pollution your car creates, so next time your in for your car tune up will make sure your car emissions are up to date and working.
NC State Inspections
North Carolina requires yearly vehicle inspections, let Matthew’s Service & Repair be your local and state safety inspectors.