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Project highlights

This Chevy Equinox with a 2.4L engine came to us after it hadn't ran for over 2 years. Our customer purchased the vehicle sight unseen and was told it needed a new engine. However, we discovered that it didn't need an engine. We repaired the engine timing & balance shaft chains with all other related components, replaced all rocker arms & lifters, replaced both camshafts & cam phasers, replaced the rear main seal & drilled out the vent hole to prevent future issues, replaced the main catalytic converter, and performed a transmission service & oil change. With all that work we were still able to keep our customer $500 under their initial budget! We will save you money!

2012 Chevy Equinox 2.4L Engine

Timing & Balance Shaft Chains Before Repairs

Timing & Balance Shaft Chains After Repairs

New Camshafts, Cam Phasers, VVT Solenoids, Rocker Arms & Lifters

This Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 3.6L engine arrived with multiple fluid leaks. Upon inspection, it was found that the valve cover, timing cover and intake manifold gaskets were leaking. In addition to gaskets, the rack & pinion was also leaking power steering fluid. We replaced the leaking gaskets, the rack & pinion, and performed a full synthetic oil change. All of this work came in under $2400 with parts, labor, and taxes included!- And of course, including the 24,000 mile/2 year warranty that backs all of our work!

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Valve, Timing & Intake Surfaces Exposed

Timing Cover Re-gasketed & Re-installed

Valve Covers Re-gasketed & Re-installed

This 2004 Ford F-150 with a 5.4L Triton engine came in with a lack of horsepower and multiple cylinder misfires. Diagnostics discovered timing issues. We replaced all timing components, including cam phasers with OEM parts. New timing cover and valve cover gaskets were installed, and we performed an oil change. This job was completed for $2300 including parts, labor, tax and our warranty!

Before- a chain guide was found to be in pieces

All surfaces were cleaned & inspected before new timing components were installed

After- all new timing components including cam phasers installed

We swapped the engine in this 2014 Chevrolet Equinox with a remanufactured unit, unfortunately, it returned to us with a failed head gasket. We replaced the head gasket and head cylinder, and had it back on the road within a few days. All of this work was done at NO cost to the customer! This is what our 2YR/24,000 mile warranty can do for you! You sleep easy, and we handle the rest!

2014 Chevrolet Equinox 2.4L Engine

Coolant and oil mixture in head cylinder

Failed head gasket

Failed head gasket- close-up 

New head gasket installed

New cylinder head installed

Everything reassembled and ready to go

This 2007 BMW 335i came to us after the customer tried to replace the valve cover gaskets on their own. Unfortunately, they had two bolts break off in the head. We were able to remove the broken bolts, repair the holes and save the head. We then finished the valve cover gasket job, reassembled the vehicle and performed an oil change. We discovered further codes (fuel injection and battery sensor), so we were able to fix those issues as well. This customer's bill came in under $900, including the towing service!

On arrival

Broken Bolt 1

Broken Bolt 2


Ready for pickup

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