It is important to properly inspect and repair a tire that has deflated or been punctured
- Dismounting and inspection of the tire to determine the cause of the inflation pressure loss and whether or not it can be repaired
- Flat tire repair
- Repairs performed in accordance with strict industry standards
- Proper plugging and patching from the inside of the tire if suitable for repair
- Rebalancing of tire & wheel assembly
- Reactivating of tire-pressure-monitoring system (if applicable)
Why is it important to have my tire properly repaired?
If you’re driving on a tire that continuously loses air or has a puncture, it is very important to your safety to have it inspected immediately. A service professional should inspect the tire inside and out to determine whether it can be repaired or needs to be replaced. Flat tire repair services may help to:
- Properly repair punctures in the tread
- Prevent further tire damage
- Maintain tire air pressure at manufacturer recommended levels
Choose from five oil change options designed to fit the needs of your vehicle or make an appointment to customize your oil change. We do not charge additional shop fees for clean up or disposal of oil or oil change related parts.
The New York State vehicle safety inspection program helps make sure every vehicle registered in this state meets the minimum standards for
safe operation on public streets and highways. In addition, most vehicles are subject to an emissions inspection to help reduce air pollution.
At High Grade Automotive we highly recommend proper, periodic inspections of your vehicle’s major operating systems. This is the best way to reduce the chances of unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. Bring your vehicle to High Grade Automotive for a complete vehicle inspection. This check includes a visual inspection of:
- fluid levels
- and more
In addition to this check, we perform a hands-on inspection of the brake, steering/suspension and exhaust systems to make sure they meet the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications. Following this schedule will help keep your vehicle running properly and spot any problems before they become costly repairs.
Vehicle Wheel Alignment has many benefits which include improvement in the fuel mileage of your car, gives your car a better appearance, and reduces trouble while driving.
Moreover, wheel alignments lengthen your tires’ life. There are times that your tires may encounter a bump or pathole in the street. This keeps your wheel out of alignment.
It is important to have vehicle wheel alignment since it brings back the tires to their original place.
As with all preventive maintenance performed on an automobile, tune-ups can prevent a myriad of problems from occurring on a vehicle.
The filters replaced can clog with use and prevent flow, starving the engine of fuel or air. Spark plugs have a recommended service lifetime
of either 30,000 miles or, in the case of platinum or iridium plugs, 60,000 to 100,000 miles (96,000 to 160,000 km),
and old spark plugs may cause engine misfire.
If your brakes squeal or grind, grab causing jerky stops or your warning light flashes it may be time for a free* brake system inspection.
We can take a look under the hood
Exhaust systems help maintain a quiet ride and prevent harmful gases from entering your vehicle
At High Grade Automotive, we offer a range of engine repair services. From simple checks to more involved repairs, depending on the make and model of your automobile. Our state-of-the-art service facilities incorporate the latest automotive engine repair technology.
We offer complete tune-ups. Your automobile’s engine may occasionally require more than a tune-up. After inspecting your vehicle, our technicians may recommend other services for the health of your engine.
Our other engine services include:
- oil and oil filter change
- lubrication service
- spark plug replacement
- air filters
- fuel filters
- fuel pump
- crank case vent filters
- vapor canister filters
- pcv valves
- ignition wires
- ignition module
- engine sensors including oxygen sensor
- coil packs
- distributor cap and rotor
If your automobile requires engine repair service or you would like to schedule a routine tune-up, call us at (516) 326-2449.
- Testing of air conditioning system for refrigerant leaks and interior cabin temperature
- Restoring proper system refrigerant and lubrication levels
- Restoring interior cooling ability
High Grade Automotive is a New York state vehicle inspection and emissions testing facility. Our state-of-the-art facilities are designed to inspect and test cars and light trucks quickly. We know how busy our clients are and our goal is to get their vehicle inspected and out of our shop so that they may continue with their day.
Transmissions today are extremely complex. The transmission is the most complicated system in your car. Most common symptoms your car will have, if there is a problem with the transmission, are the Check Engine Light, Fluid Leaks, Slipping Gears and Erratic Shifting.
Should your “Check Engine” light come on it is important that you have it diagnosed immediately. The computer monitors every system in the car and will turn on the “Check Engine” light when it detects a problem. When the computer senses a problem it will set a code and revert to a limited operating condition.
Having the proper amount of transmission fluid is essential for the transmission. At High Grade Automotive, our experienced technicians will identify the origin of the leak. Leaks, many times, do not indicate a serious problem; however, leaks may be the result of a more serious mechanical problem.
When your engine is racing and the transmission is lagging behind causing the transmission to slip or you are experiencing erratic shifting, it could be doing this for a variety of reasons. When you are faced with these types of symptoms, you need a qualified transmission repair technician. At High Grade Automotive, our trained and qualified technicians can thoroughly evaluate your transmission by performing a FREE diagnostics and provide you with the information needed to make a proper diagnosis.