CRM Mitchell1 2022-11-24T23:00:42+00:002008 Chevrolet Suburban CRM Mitchell1 2022-11-24T23:00:42+00:00
- P0521 ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SENSOR PERFORMANCE Vehicle was brought in to diagnose a CEL. Using TRITON D10 diagnostic scan tool I found the above listed code. Verified that the Oil pressure reading on the dash matches the scan tool. After a short while the Oil pressure reads 0 and a message comes on the dash. NO OIL PRESSURE SHUT OFF ENGINE. Found that the oil is dangerously low using the engine oil dip stick. Filled with oil and ran engine with UV oil dye added to the new oil. Using UV flashlight I found oil coming from the engine oil pan gasket and possibly also from the rear crankshaft oil seal. Customer is bringing vehicle in next week after the holiday for repairs.
Bob H. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/23/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2022-11-16T23:02:13+00:002004 Chevrolet Tracker CRM Mitchell1 2022-11-16T23:02:13+00:00
- Coolant was verified to be leaking from a large crack in the radiator housing as well as from the old radiator cap. Drained cooling system. Removed all four hoses, both transmission cooler and engine coolant, from radiator. Removed fan shroud from radiator. R&R radiator. Installed new transmission cooler hose connections. Installed fan shroud as well as all four hoses to radiator. Vacuum filled cooling system ensuring no air pockets are trapped. Ensured the coolant in the cooling system is filled to max capacity. Test drove vehicle to verify repairs. There is no longer any coolant leaking from the cooling system for this vehicle.
Dennis M. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/15/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2022-05-05T22:02:26+00:002006 Chevrolet Avalanche CRM Mitchell1 2022-05-05T22:02:26+00:00
- Verified that this vehicle is leaking coolant. Upon pressure test I did find that coolant was leaking from the radiator and from the surge tank to heater core hose assembly. Drained cooling system. Coolant has a low boil over protection consistency. Removed air intake hose. Removed radiator fan assembly. removed all hoses/ lines form radiator. R&R the radiator, surge tank to heater hose assembly and all applicable hose clamps in relation to the heater hose assembly. Re-installed all components that were removed. Filled cooling system with new coolant to capacity and purged cooling system of all air bubbles. Allowed vehicle to reach operating temperatures and verified that this vehicle does not overheat. There is no longer any leaks in the cooling system.
Carlos M R. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/4/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2022-03-01T23:02:23+00:002004 Chevrolet Tracker CRM Mitchell1 2022-03-01T23:02:23+00:00
- Performed routine maintenance service. Visually inspected fluids, belts, hoses, brakes and tires. Visuals are within manufacturer specifications at this time. Drained oil and changed oil filter. Advised customer to monitor front timing cover engine oil leak. Set tire psi to 35. Filled oil to capacity. Placed new oil change reminder sticker in windshield. Rear brake service may be needed by next oil change.
Dennis M. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/28/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2020-10-29T22:00:28+00:002017 Chevrolet Equinox CRM Mitchell1 2020-10-29T22:00:28+00:00
- Scanned vehicle CodeC0800 power steering module low voltage.Checked charging system found bad battery replaced battery.
Bobbie M. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/28/2020