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Under Car Services

Under car service



Inspection of this system would include, but not be limited to:

Visit Bob & Sons Automotive at 321 Kelley St Manchester NH 03102 for auto servicing and repairs. We look forward to seeing you around.
Brakes & Anti-lock Brakes

The incorporation of computers into modern braking systems has significantly enhanced them. With antilock braking, each wheel has a speed sensor that sends data to a processing unit, which keeps track of this and other sensors to decide how best to apply the brakes. The sensor data would be used to prevent a wheel (or wheels) from locking up during a panic or wet/snow stop, resulting in shorter stopping distances and better steering control.

  • Thorough road test and exterior light inspection
  • Scan tool diagnosis to pull codes and data from the system
  • Inspect brake fluid level and condition
  • Inspect braking components including lines/hoses, brake pads/shoes, hardware, calipers and wheel cylinders
  • Analyze data, codes, and other technical data to recommend repair
Steering & Suspension

Did you know after driving 50,000 miles on the suspension components of your vehicle most of the usable life is already gone? For optimal performance of your vehicle Bob & Sons Automotive recommends replacing defective or worn steering and suspension parts every 70-100,000 miles.

  • Extensive road test on various road conditions
  • Tire pressure and wear examination to identify alignment issues
  • Examine wheels for damage or wobble problems
  • Examination of tie rod ends idler arm, ball joints, bushings and hardware
  • Examination of steering box or steering gear, fluid retention
  • Power steering pump and related hoses and belt
  • Shock absorbers and/or Macpherson struts for wear/leaks
  • Front-wheel drive boots and axles for leaks or damage
  • Advice on findings and recommend repairs
Front/Four Wheel Drive

In comparison to comparable rear-wheel drive vehicles, front wheels and four-wheel drive systems offer better handling, grip, and road feel. Many cars and sport utility vehicles are built with “all-wheel” drive systems. These systems have particular flaws and related issues. With the right expertise, equipment, and resources, Bob & Sons can precisely diagnose and fix these cutting-edge drive systems.

Air Conditioning & Heating (HVAC)

Modern vehicle HVAC systems are excellent at giving you living room-like temperature management. Independent of the driver, passengers can regulate the temperature, and on many systems, rear passengers can do the same. These heating and cooling systems perform admirably but do break down. Bob & Sons Automotive has the equipment and expertise of ASE Certified Automotive Technicians to repair and service your vehicle’s HVAC needs. Some examples of the services we offer are as follows:

  • Environmentally friendly air conditioning recharging
  • Heating and ventilation diagnosis and repair
  • All air conditioning and heating parts replacement including heater/evaporator cores, compressors and hoses, blower motors and electronic modules
Tire Alignment

Wheel alignment, commonly referred to as tire alignment, can improve tire performance and lengthen tire life. Additionally, it can enhance handling and prevent your car from pulling in one particular direction.

What is Tire Alignment?

A vehicle’s suspension, which is the mechanism that connects a car to its wheels, is adjusted during alignment. It does not involve changing the wheels or tires itself. Changing the angles at which the tires make contact with the road is essential for appropriate alignment. Maintaining the quality of your vehicle’s tires and preventing premature wear on essential parts requires routine alignment work. A wheel alignment may also disclose hidden suspension and steering issues that the driver was unaware of.

How Do I Know if I Need a Tire Alignment?

There are a few indicators that your car needs a tire adjustment. You should have your alignment checked right away by a Bob & Sons Automotive professional automotive service technician if you’ve noticed any of these symptoms:

  • Uneven tread wear
  • Vehicle pulling to the left or right
  • Your steering wheel is off-center when driving straight
  • Steering wheel vibration
Under car service
Under car service
Under car service
Under car service
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