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BRAKE INSTALLATION

A disc brake consists of a caliper with a pad that squeezes a disc attached to the wheel. A hydraulic brake line connected to the brake pedal activates the piston(s) in the caliper and stops the vehicle. These parts must be able to move freely and require frequent inspection to make sure the effects of heat, corrosion, and wear and tear don’t cause them to seize.

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STEERING & SUSPENSION

Connected to the steering system and transmission, your suspension system supports the vehicle, absorbs imperfections in the road (pot holes and bumps), and eases the strain caused by cornering. Located behind each wheel, the parts require regular tune-ups and periodic replacements. That’s where a certified NAPA AUTOPRO technician comes in.

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AIR CONDITIONING

Combined with the ventilation and heating, the automotive air conditioning system is a complex network of parts. The refrigerant is blended with a special oil that changes it from a liquid to a gas in just a few moments to cool down the passenger compartment. It’s important to remember that the air conditioning system in your car works throughout the year and not just in the summer!

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BATTERY

Having a reliable charging system and battery is paramount. Our Napa certified alternators are guaranteed 24 months or 40 000km and 96 months warranty on our batteries. LEARN MORE

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EXHAUST SYSTEM

Your exhaust system has three functions: it acts as a muffler, it directs the exhaust gases from the engine to the tail pipe, and it treats the exhaust to remove harmful pollutants. The matter in exhaust may be of better quality these days, but if you don’t give your exhaust system a minimum of maintenance, you could still wind up facing expensive repairs.

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CABIN AIR FILTER

Nearly all late model vehicles are equipped with a cabin air filter, which should not be confused with the engine air filter. These days, drivers rarely roll down their windows—most vehicles have air conditioning, the windows insulate against noise, and the air in urban areas is often polluted. As a result, the cabin air needs to be filtered to remove pollen, mould, odours, smoke, dust, and other pollutants that can affect passengers’ health.

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