AIR Import Repairs Inc Automotive Repair FAQ

What kind of cars does AIR Import Repairs Inc repair?

AIR Import Repairs Inc provides a complete range of repairs and maintenance services, to European and Japanese cars, trucks, and SUV's.

What are my payment options?

AIR Import Repairs Inc accepts American Express, VISA, Master Card, Debit and Cash.

How often do I need an Oil Change?

The general rule for oil changes on any vehicle is every 5000 miles. We recommend following the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure the peak performance of your vehicle. Consult with our auto repair experts for more information.

How often should my brake system be inspected?

Refer to manufactures schedule. We recommend 8 months or 7,500 miles which ever comes first.

What should I do if my “check engine” light comes on?

You should have it diagnosed to determine the cause and next course of action.

Do you offer transmission maintenance services?

Offers inspection and serving of all automatic and manual transmissions, including direct shift and CVT.

Is preventative maintenance important?

Yes. If your vehicle is properly maintained it will last longer, operate more efficiently and save you money in the long run. Your owner’s manual outlines recommended maintenance schedules for your vehicle. Just like anything in life, proper upkeep is key.

Do you offer smog tests for out of state cars?

AIR Import Repairs Inc does not provide the Emissions testing. However if you do fail a state Emissions test we are certified to do the repairs.

My car is leaking clear fluid, is that dangerous?

Liquid leaking from a vehicle is usually a sign that something is wrong. The clear liquid may just be water condensation which can come from the AC. This is perfectly normal. However, it could be brake fluid which can be clear though is usually a yellowish hue. Brake fluid will have an oily feel and a medium thickness.

My car smells funny but it is running fine, should I be worried?

The moment your vehicle begins emitting an odor, it is time to bring it in to the shop. There are certain smells that mean different things, and can signal almost anything. From a stuck brake and overheated engine to a leak in the fuel system or an electrical short.