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Searching for a service center on Guam to keep your vehicle operating at peak performance? Your investment in your vehicle doesn’t stop with your purchase. In fact, our Guam Auto Repair Service Centers are dedicated to helping you preserve and enhance the performance, safety, and retained value of your car for years to come. To do that, they offer a service experience unlike any other when it comes to car repair on Guam. For auto repair service Guam drivers can depend on, rely on the experts at Atkins Kroll Guam. BMW Service is located in the BMW showroom. We offer convenient service hours to take the hassle out of brining your vehicle in for maintenance.
When you bring your vehicle to our service center on Guam, our skilled technicians use genuine factory parts unlike some other Guam auto repair shops and have ready access to the factory diagnostics system. This state-of-the-art analytical tool gives our technicians an electronic snapshot of your car’s engine management system, airbags, and instrument panel allowing them to provide vehicle specific solutions and updates from a worldwide database.
Our Toyota and Lexus service hours are Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Chevrolet and One Stop service hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Please use the buttons below to schedule service or contact our service department. We can be reached by phone at . Call the AK Toyota Guam service number today. Setting up an appointment for car repair on Guam has never been easier.
Why should you keep up with car service on Guam?
You should refer to your vehicle’s maintenance manual. Most vehicles with regular oil should be changed every 3,000 miles; synthetic blend oil should be changed every 5,000 miles. Be proactive by checking your oil level regularly.
The tire pressure should always be set to the vehicle’s manufacturer suggested PSI (pounds per square inch). This information can be found on a sticker inside the driver’s door or the vehicle’s owner’s manual. Properly inflated tires increases gas mileage, prolongs tire life, and improves the overall handling of your vehicle.
Although there are many things that can cause tire damage, improper inflation is the most common cause. Always keep a tire pressure gauge in your vehicle and frequently check your vehicle’s tire pressure.
For vehicles that are parked inside, car care experts recommend that the wiper blades be replaced at least once a year or when the wiper blades start streaking, whichever comes first. For vehicles kept outside or in areas where the wipers receive excessive use, changing the blades two to three times a year is recommended for clearer vision.
If you hear a grinding or squealing sound when the brake pedal is applied, you probably need new brake shoes or pads. Brakes shouldn’t make any noise as they operate. Even if the actual problem turns out to be something minor, the safest assumption is noisy brakes are unsafe brakes. Postponing service is unsafe and could raise the cost of repairs in the long run. If your brakes are making noise, get them inspected or serviced right away.
If you are driving at normal highway speed and the vehicle starts to overheat, turn off the air conditioner, turn on the heater, and immediately pull over to the shoulder. Chances are, if the vehicle starts to overheat at highway speeds, there is a problem in the cooling system such as low coolant, a clogged radiator, a broken drive belt, or burst radiator hose. Once at the shoulder, shut off the engine, open the hood and let the engine cool down for a minimum of 20 minutes. When the engine has cooled and any over boiling stops, look for obvious signs of trouble. DO NOT attempt to open the radiator cap unless the engine is off and the top of the radiator is cool to the touch. If there is no noticeable problem such as a broken drive belt or burst hose, you can add a coolant/water mixture to the radiator or overflow reservoir. Slowly drive your vehicle to a service facility.
443 South Marine Corps Drive, Tamuning, Guam