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Auto Service Repairs & MOT - Kings Lynn 01553 768376

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Quality Vehicle Servicing

With J & I Motor Engineers  in King's Lynn

We have a loyal base of customers across the North Norfolk / Kings Lynn region who regularly use us for car servicing. Most car owners fully service their car every year before winter or summer. Servicing proactively is one of the keys to retaining the value of your car, ensuring optimum performance and reducing the risk of a breakdown while on the road.

Car servicing needs to be carried out by qualified professionals that you can trust and who can give you the best advice and service at affordable prices. At J & I Motor Engineers we have a wealth of experience and fully qualified technicians who will take care of your car.

We offer servicing on all makes and models of cars and vans. With 4 car servicing bays and fully qualified technicians you will get the most from us for the best price. Whilst vehicles are under manufacturers warranty we use genuine OE Spec parts to remain within terms of the manufacturer's warranty.

We also offer a wide range of services including:

  • Brakes replacedHave your car's brakes serviced at our Kings Lynn autocentre
  • Clutch replacement
  • Gearbox repairs
  • Welding
  • Suspension repairs and replacement
  • Cambelt changes

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  • Full diagnostic equipment to test
    most vehicles
    Diagnostic Auto Repairs and Car Servicing facilities
  • Engine rebuilds
  • Air conditioning servicing
  • Auto Electrics
  • Turbo repairs and replacement
  • And many more

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    Regular Servicing:

    The best way to ensure your vehicle is in a safe and roadworthy condition is to have regular services carried out. This means that a thorough check will be carried out on  your vehicle  by one of our  technicians and preventative maintenance can be undertaken, greatly reducing the risk of expensive repair bills at a later date.

     

    Full Service (From £120 inc VAT)

     

    Interim Service (From £72 inc Vat)

     
    Recommended every 10,000 miles or  12 months. 
    Recommended every 5,000 miles or 6 months.

     

    1. Check clutch operation for drag, slip or judder and adjust where possible
    2. Visual check for exhaust smoke
    3. Check ABS warning light for correct operation
    4. Check brake servo system operation
    5. Check mirror condition
    6. Check seatbelts front and rear
    7. Check number plates condition and security
    8. Check windscreen for chips & cracks
    9. Check windscreen wiper conditionand operation
    10. Check rear wiper condition and operation
    11. Check windscreen washer operations and top up if required
    12. Check operation of exterior lights
    13. Check horn
    14. Check fuel cap and seal condition
    15. Check condition and tension of fan and alternator belts
    16. Check condition and tension of auxiliary belts, (excluding cam belt)
    17. Visually inspect expansion bottle or tank for condition, leaks and cap security
    18. Visually check condition of radiator cap
    19. Check electric cooling fan for operation
    20. Check diesel heater plug indicator operation where fitted
    21. Visual inspection of HT leads
    22. Check external condition of distributor cap or coil pack where visible
    23. Check battery security and lubricate terminals
    24. Top up battery electrolyte if applicable and not sealed
    25. Test effectiveness of starter motor
    26. Test alternator charging rate
    27. Check and top-up power steering reservoir (if applicable)
    28. Check & Top up clutch fluid (if applicable)
    29. Check and report wheel alignment or tracking and report
    30. Check radiator condition where visible and report any leaks
    31. Check coolant hoses where visible for leaks, condition and report
    32. Inspect exhaust system inc catalytic convertor if fitted for leaks, security and noise
    33. Check visual condition of fuel lines
    34. Check propshaft, drive shaft, joints and grease nipples where fitted
    35. Check and top up axle and/or transaxle oil (if applicable)
    36. Top up gear box fluid where applicable and if not sealed
    37. Check shock absorber condition and report on any serious leaks
    38. Check wheel bearings for excessive play or noise
    39. Check steering rack gaiters condition
    40. Check for general oil leaks (report any serious leaks)
    41. Remove wheels
    42. Check tyre size and tyre fitted according to side wall instructions
    43. Check tyre condition, tread depth, including spare
    44. Check and adjust tyre pressures (including spare)
    45. Check wheels for damage or distortion
    46. Check brake pads for wear or damage
    47. Check Brake discs and drums for wear, cracks, corrosion, scoring and pitting
    48. Check brake callipers for leaks and security
    49. Check foot brake shoes for wear or damage
    50. Inspect operation of wheel cylinders and report any leaks or defects
    51. Visually check brake hydraulic system, pipes and hoses for any leaks and corrosion where visible
    52. Check security of handbrake linkages and travel, lubricate and adjust if required
    53. Check steering and suspension components for wear and corrosion
    54. Grease steering and suspension (where applicable)
    55. Check drive shaft gaiters for security, condition and report leaks
    56. Drain and refill engine oil
    57. Replace oil filter
    58. Replace air Filter
    59. Replace spark plugs for petrol engined vehicles at correct intervals
    60. Test anti-freeze and report
    61. Replace diesel fuel filter at correct intervals if applicable
    62. Replace  fuel filter if at correct intervals  
    if applicable
    63. Test brake fluid and report
    64. Lubricate accessible door hinges
    65. Lubricate bonnet catch
    66. Set wheel nut torque to manufacturer’s settings
    67. Check for timing belt replacement interval & report if due according to mileage or age
    68. Check for Pollen Filter replacement interval and report if due according to mileage or age
    69. Reset vehicle service light where applicable
    70. Stamp service book
    71. Road test
    1. Check clutch operation for drag, slip or judder noise and adjust where possible
    2. Check windscreen wiper blade condition and operation
    3. Check rear wiper condition and operation
    4. Check windscreen washer and top up if required
    5. Check operation of exterior lights
    6. Check the horn
    7. Check and top-up power steering reservoir
    8. Check coolant and brake fluid levels and top up, change if required at extra cost
    9. Check & top up clutch fluid
    10. Inspect exhaust system and catalytic convertor if fitted for leaks, security and noise
    11. Check shock absorber condition and report on any serious leaks
    12. Check wheel bearings for excessive play or noise
    13. Check steering rack gaiters
    14. Check for general oil leaks
    15. Check tyres, tread depth, including spare
    16. Check and adjust tyre pressures
    17. Check wheels for damage or distortion
    18. Inspect operation of wheel cylinders and report any leaks or defects
    19. Visually check brake hydraulic system, pipes and hoses for any leaks or corrosion where visible
    20. Check steering and suspension components for wear and corrosion
    21. Check drive shaft gaiters for security, condition and report leaks
    22. Drain and refill engine oil
    23. Replace oil filter
    24. Reset vehicle service light where applicable
    25. Stamp service book
    26. Road test