Sunday, November 22, 2015

Mechanical and Collision All in One Small Independent Shop

Hello Bloggers

Today November 21, 2015,  I working on a 2000 SL2.  It was towed in Thursday, November 19, 2015, with a "No Start Issue".  The owner ran the original alternator til it killed the battery.  So, needless to say I had to check for a charge on the battery first.  After which, I found that the alternator was shorted out.  My first instinct was to check the battery.  I tried to charge it while connected to the vehicle, and no good --- completely dead.  Then, I removed the battery from the vehicle and charged it all day Friday.  First thing Saturday morning I purchased a new alternator from the local parts store and installed it in the Saturn.  Now, with a fully charged battery and a new alternator the owners were back on the road to Union County, Monroe, N.C.

After the Saturn, I started working on a small job on a 2004 Honda Civic.  It needed a new window regulator replaced.  I took the inner door panel off of the driver's side door and changed the window regulator.  - another happy car owner.




Here's 1969 Buick Skylark:  One of our recent projects. 



Here's my Labscope checking crank sensor and cam sensor of 2007 Honda Odyssey 


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