Complete Auto Service Repairs | Tires | Wheels | Accessories | Extended Warranty | Remote Starters

Need affordable automotive vehicles, auto repairs, tires, accessories and more? We got you covered! Canadian Auto Remarketing is your Complete Automotive Service Repairs Centre  specializing in; auto sales, tires, wheels, alignments, accessories, brake jobs, tune-ups, Lube / Oil / Filter services, mufflers, exhaust systems, electrical, automotive air conditioner repairs, automotive glass repairs and installation, mechanical, out of province inspections, Mechanical Breakdown Protection Warranty, Remote Start and Security Alarm Systems, Vehicle Dash Cams, Radar Detectors, Vehicle Navigation, Vehicle Lighting, Vehicle Seat Heaters, Car Audio, GPS, Collision Avoidance, Car key Replacement and Programming, auto oxide foggers and disinfectant products and much more. All work is repaired by licensed auto mechanics and technicians. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE.

Canadian Auto Remarketing Auto Service Repairs and Tire Shop proudly serves the St. Albert, Edmonton, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Sherwood Park, Morinville, Fort Saskatchewan, Devon, Leduc, and surrounding metropolitan areas! From imports, domestic, sports vehicles, trucks, SUV’s, sedans, minivans, convertibles, all makes and models like; Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jeep, Kia, Volvo, Lincoln, Land Rover, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Ram, Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen. 

Our first priority is customer satisfaction, we strive to compliment the automotive industry. Our repair shop is equipped with everything needed to take care of all of your automotive needs. We are authorized to fulfill maintenance obligations on all vehicles including light trucks, minivans, cars, and SUV’s. We use appropriate parts and procedures to ensure the vehicle manufacturer is obligated to honour its warranty agreement.

Canadian Auto Remarketing Service Repairs specializing in:

  • Complete mechanical Automotive service and out of province inspections
  • Tires,wheels and Allignments
  • Accessories, Remote Starters
  • Brake jobs, tune-ups
  • Lube/Oil/Filter services 
  • Remote starters
  • Mufflers and exhaust systems
  • Electrical
  • Automotive air conditioner repairs
  • Automotive glass repairs and installation
  • All work is repaired by licensed auto mechanics and technicians.

Steering

Misaligned front wheels and/or worn steering components, like the idler or ball joint, can cause wandering or difficulty steering in a straight line.

● Pulling – the vehicle’s tendency to steer to the left or right – can be caused by something as routine

as under-inflated tires, or as serious as a damaged or misaligned front end. Ride and Handling

● Worn shock absorbers or other suspension components – or improper tire inflation – can contribute to poor cornering.

● While there is no hard and fast rule about when to replace shock absorbers or struts, try this test: bounce the vehicle up and down hard at each wheel and then let go. See how many times the vehicle bounces. Weak shocks will allow the vehicle to bounce twice or more.

● Springs do not normally wear out and do not need replacement unless one corner of the vehicle is lower than the others. Overloading your vehicle can damage the springs.

● Balance tires properly. An unbalanced or improperly balanced tire causes a vehicle to vibrate and may wear steering and suspension components prematurely.

Trouble Shooting

● Alternator – Loose wiring can make your alternator appear defective. Your technician should check for loose connections and perform an output test before replacing the alternator.

● Battery – Corroded or loose battery terminals can make the battery appear dead or defective. Your technician should clean the terminals and test battery function before replacing the battery.

● Starter – What appears to be a defective starter actually may be a dead battery or poor connection.

Ask your technician to check all connections and test the battery before repairing the starter.

● Muffler – a loud rumbling noise under your vehicle indicates a need for a new muffler or exhaust pipe.

● Tune-up – The old-fashioned “tune-up” may not be relevant to your vehicle. Fewer parts, other than belts, spark plugs, hoses, and filters, need to be replaced on newer vehicles. Follow the recommendations in your owner’s manual.

Transmission

Poor transmission performance may come from actual component failure or a simple disconnected hose or plugged filter.

Make sure the technician checks the simple items first; transmission repairs normally are expensive. Some of the most common symptoms of transmission problems are:

● Abrupt or hard shifts between gears.

● Delayed or no response when shifting from neutral to drive or reverse.

● Failure to shift during normal acceleration.

● Slippage during acceleration. The engine speeds up, but the vehicle does not respond.

Brakes

Brake problems have several symptoms. Schedule diagnosis and repair if:

● The vehicle pulls to one side when the brakes are applied.

● The brake pedal sinks to the floor when pressure is maintained.

● You hear or feel scraping or grinding during braking.

● The “brake” light on the instrument panel is lit.

Engine

The following symptoms indicate engine trouble. Get a diagnosis and schedule the repair.

● Difficulty starting the engine.

● The “check engine” light on the instrument panel is lit.

● Rough idling or stalling.

● Poor acceleration.

● Poor fuel economy.

● Excessive oil use (more than one quart between changes).

● Engine continues running after the key is removed. 

Preventive Maintenance

What are the consequences of postponing maintenance?

Many parts on your vehicle are interrelated. Ignoring maintenance can lead to trouble: specific parts — or an entire system — can fail. Neglecting even simple routine maintenance, like changing the oil or checking the coolant, can lead to poor fuel economy, unreliability, or costly breakdowns. It also may invalidate your warranty.

What maintenance guidelines should I follow to avoid costly repairs?

Follow the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual for your type of driving. 

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