What We Do
A motor vehicle service or tune-up is a series of maintenance procedures carried out at a set time interval or after the vehicle has traveled a certain distance.
A technician will first perform a brake inspection to make sure all components are working properly. Your service tech will check your brake pads, rotors, clips and calipers to make sure that every component is working as it should.
A tune-up is a maintenance procedure in which your mechanic will check and adjust all of the systems in your vehicle that affect its combustion process. If you want to keep your car in top-notch condition, running smoothly and avoiding breakdowns
A regular suspension and steering service will ensure the comfort and safety of your passengers. The overall suspension and steering systems will be checked, the shock absorbers will be examined and replaced if required and a wheel alignment will be performed.
At Garage Full Throttle Services we have a team of experienced Melbourne based auto air conditioning mechanics who are trained in cuttting-edge diagnostics and use only the latest tools and highest-quality parts.
A “clutch job” typically includes includes replacing the pressure plate, disk, and bearings (release, pilot, and/or throw-out bearings). In some cases it may be more economical to replace the entire assembly even though that's essentially a full-day job.
Regular servicing will keep tabs on your tyre condition and is also a good opportunity to have wheel alignments and wheel balances performed. They are relatively low cost and can greatly improve your driving experience.
Log Book Servicing is a proactive approach to car maintenance where regular inspections and small fixes keep your vehicle running smoothly and efficiently to prevent small problems from turning into major damage and issues which could otherwise be very costly to repair.
A transmission service is a regular part of routine car maintenance, just like an oil change. The primary aspect of a transmission service is flushing out the old transmission fluid and replacing it with new fluid.
Mechanical repair means the restoration or replacement of the working parts of a Motor Vehicle, such as the engine and operational software, including diagnosing and detecting faults in Motor Vehicles, and the replacement and programming of a Motor Vehicle's electric and electronic components.