- Engine Oil & Filter Change
- Engine Air Filter(s)
- Brake Fluid
- Gearbox Oil/Transmission Fluid
- Engine Coolant/Antifreeze
- Cabin Air/Pollen Filter
- Accessory Drive Belts
- Check Engine Light
- Dash Waring Lights (ie. ABS, SRS, Traction Control)
- Failure to Pass DEQ Testing
- Oil & Coolant Leaks
- Dead Battery
- Various Electrical Feature Failures
Our namesake and the car that gave us our start, Jaguars are among the finest motorcars at any price. The driving experience they render is unique to anything else on the road and they are a capable, comfortable, and sophisticated road car. In terms of their technology, they are about ten years more advance than their contemporaries.
We service all years and all models of Jaguars and have an incredibly deep understanding of their nuances and complexities as we have serviced and repaired thousands of these vehicles over the years.
Jaguars are complex machines. Common concerns include check engine lights, starting up then immediate dying or won't crank over, or the engine runs poorly and is losing power on acceleration, or it won't pass DEQ emissions testing.
The solution to these common problems can be as simple as a routine tune-up or it can be a more comprehensive issue within the Jaguar's extensive electrical and computer systems, especially on more recent models. Sometimes, there can be a series of issues that need to be resolved one at a time through proper diagnosis. Whatever the situation, we will keep you informed throughout the repair process and help you determine the best course of action.
Dash warnings lights serve as a warning system and include ABS (anti-lock brake system), traction control, and SRS (supplemental restraint system). The causes for these issues are usually electrical or computer related. We have the most up-to-date computer diagnostic systems that allow us to communicate, reset, and reprogram the many computers that are found on all modern Jaguars.
Leaks, both engine oil and coolant, are also very common on most cars. An easy way to test if your Jaguar has a leak that needs to be addressed immediately is to place a piece of paper or cardboard underneath the engine overnight. Any significant accumulation will be obvious and should be inspected.
If you don't drive your Jaguar every day, coming out to a dead battery might be a frustrating occurrence for you. It may simply need a new battery or it may have a more comprehensive electrical fault. We can perform diagnostics to measure the current draw when your Jaguar is switched off. If higher than usual, it could mean there is an electrical short or that one of the many computer modules are not properly going to 'sleep' when they should and are draining your battery.
And then there are the truly rare, head-scratching, and bizarre issues that give most technicians trouble in tracking down. However, odds are, no matter how the strange of symptoms your Jaguar is showing, we've likely seen it before and know the solution to get your Jaguar back to doing what it does best.