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General Repair Service

You're driving along in your car or truck and suddenly a yellow light illuminates on your dash telling you to check or service your engine. If you're like most car owners, you have little idea about what that light is trying to tell you or exactly how you should react. Contact Hansma today to learn more.

General repair is a broad category that can encompass many different parts of your vehicle. If you are unsure what repairs your vehicle needs, general repair is a good category is let your mechanic know about. General repair can cover areas such as the check engine light, the vehicle running rough (vibrating, shaking or strange noises), fuel injection system repairs and clutch/drive line repairs. 

Tire Balancing (Click here to visit our full page)

Tire balancing is vitally important for a smooth ride as well as the longevity of your tires. Having properly balanced tires not only eliminates annoying vibrations in the steering wheel, seat, or floorboards while you are driving, but it also extends the life of your tires. Unbalanced tires can cause your tires and your suspension to wear out more rapidly. Tires, even brand new ones, are not perfectly round and they may also be heavier in some places and lighter in others. Balancing them will detect and compensate for these imperfections. If your tires need balancing contact us at Hansma Automotive.

Tire Installation (Click here to visit our full page)

Every vehicle needs tires replaced or repaired over time. While driving your vehicle everyday it is common for tires to pick up a puncture and need repairing. You can also expect to replace your tires from time to time during the lifespan of your vehicle. The average lifespan of a vehicle is around 240,000 kilometers, and the average expected life of a new set of tires is 80,000 kilometers. This means that your vehicle will go through a minimum of 3 sets of tires during its lifetime, and perhaps more. Driving habits, type of vehicle, types of road surfaces, and more can affect the life of your tires. At Hansma Automotive, we can repair or replace your tires as needed. Contact us if you have any questions about your tires.

Free Vehicle Assessment and Quote

Oftentimes it can be unclear what exactly is wrong with a vehicle. At Hansma we are able to visually assess the vehicle and give a free quote based off of the symptoms seen and described. If your check engine light is on, or your vehicle feels/sounds strange we recommend getting it checked out as soon as possible. An undiagnosed problem that is allowed to persist can can disastrous affects on the health of your vehicle.

Engine Warning Lights

Engine Warning Lights

Check Engine Light:

The "check engine" light can represent many problems, anything from a loose fuel cap to a serious internal engine issue. Ignoring the issue you end up damaging expensive internal components, and mean weeks of repair time. The light may also be a warning that your car is not performing at peak efficiency. Always get the "check engine" light reviewed by a repair technician at your quickest convenience. Learn more.

Rough Running Repairs:

Sometimes the car just feels wrong. Whether it be a vibration at high speeds, a strange noise, or other issue. These symptoms almost always represent some sort of issue with your vehicle. Hansma recommends you bring your car into the shop if your feel strange vibrations, or hear strange sounds. Learn more.

Fuel Injection Repairs:

The fuel injection system is responsible for introducing the fuel into your engine, from your gas tank. It has numerous driver benefits such as: better engine response, easier engine start-up, and better operation at high and low temperatures. It also has environmental benefits such as increased fuel economy and decreased emissions. Hansma is able to fix any issues with your fuel injection system.

Clutch/Drive-Line Repairs:

The clutch is responsible for changing gears. A healthy clutch will have smooth gear shifts, whereas a worn out one will struggle to shift into gear. The drive line (or powertrain) is responsible for powering the wheels of your vehicle, as well as switching it between 2 wheel and 4 wheel drive.