The mechanics at ValleyPro Autohouse in Kelowna primarily work on American and Asian vehicles and fleet vehicles, including Chevy, Ford, Dodge, and Sprinter vans. (If you drive a German car, check out our sister shop, Europro Autohaus.) We are trained and qualified to provide all the repairs and maintenance services your vehicle needs, and we offer a 50-point inspection with every service to ensure we catch any small issues before they become major problems. Our goal is to be the auto repair shop Kelowna drivers trust because we treat every car and person with respect.
Most vehicle manufacturers recommend recharging your air conditioning service every two years to keep it performing optimally. At ValleyPro Autohouse, we offer complete A/C repair and recharge services, ensuring your air conditioning system has a long and trouble-free life. We can quickly inspect your air conditioning, repair or recharge it, and have you back on the road in no time.
Your vehicle’s oil and oil filter are critical in maintaining long engine life. The oil lubricates moving parts within the engine, while the oil filter helps remove small metal, carbon, and other contaminants. The oil and oil filter should be changed regularly for optimum performance. At ValleyPro Autohouse, we can provide you with a quick and professional oil change and filter change at any time you like, and we’ll do a complimentary 50-point vehicle inspection to identify any issues you may need to address.
There’s no room for error or procrastination when it comes to your vehicle’s brakes. Our mechanics ensure your car is reliable and that your brake system provides maximum protection and stopping power. ValleyPro Autohouse is experienced with all types of brakes, from drum brakes to disk, anti-lock, hydraulic, and electric brakes. Call us if you need any brake-related service, including diagnostic, pad replacement, lining replacement, wheel cylinder, master cylinder, emergency brakes, and brake rotors.
Modern vehicles have increasingly more precise and complex steering systems than in the past, which means steering system parts become more and more critical. Today’s frontend work may involve ball joints, tie rod ends, pitman arms, idler arms, center links, control arms, sway bars and links, bushings, and much more. The mechanics at ValleyPro Autohouse will do a proper inspection of all your frontend components, and all frontend service is complemented with a frontend alignment.
Our Hunter Hawkeye 3D Alignment machine uses 2 cameras per wheel for the best results! If you're experiencing vibrations, pulling, uneven tire wear, or poor fuel economy, you may need a wheel alignment. Poor alignment isn't something to ignore, as misaligned wheels can cause decreased gas mileage and poor stability on the road. Our technicians can get you straightened out, and running smoothly down the road.
A simple maintenance tune-up and new set of spark plugs can make your engine easier to start, improve fuel economy, lower emissions, and restore lost pep and power. As part of a tune-up, we’ll check your battery voltage, power balance, engine vacuum, scan for fault codes, verify idle speed, and check your ignition timing. In addition to these performance checks, we’ll visually inspect your belts, hoses, and fluids. Then for preventive maintenance, we’ll replace your spark plus, rotor or distributer cap (if required), and filters and fluids as necessary.
The timing belt is an integral part of your engine. If it fails, so does your engine, and your car shuts down. So when a reputable mechanic tells you that your car’s timing belt needs replacement, you’d be wise to take heed and get a new timing belt. Unfortunately, however, there are few obvious signs a timing belt is ready to break, which is why many drivers get a new timing belt as a preventive maintenance service. Replacing a timing belt for preventive reasons costs much less than replacing a broken timing belt.
At ValleyPro Autohouse, we do accurate, fast tire mounting and balancing. When you get a flat and change a tire, you are actually removing the entire wheel and replacing it with a spare wheel and tire. Installing a new tire is different. You must remove the old tire from the metal wheel, and then seal the new tire on the wheel. Once the new tire is mounted, the wheel must be balanced. Wheel balancing ensures the wheel rotates true, without wobbling.