M.A.R.S. Auto Performance is a full-service auto repair shop providing you with quality service for the life of your vehicle.

The services listed here are provided to you by ASE Certified Technicians who take pride in knowing that your car is serviced with the utmost care.

M.A.R.S. Auto Performance is your one-stop for your car's performance and maintenance services.

MARS Automotive Oil Change

Changing your motor oil is as easy as 123. M.A. R.S. Automotive Certified technicians will remove the old oil and refill, according to your vehicle manufacturers’ suggestion. The weather and temperature conditions will also be considered when choosing the right oil and grade. Your oil seals will be routinely checked and changes or recommendations made.

MARS Automotive Transmission Services

Different cars require different methods of checking the transmission oil. Your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, Certified Technician will check the fluid according to the manufacturers’ directions. Close attention will be paid to the fluid level, the color and oil seals also checked for hardening or crystallization. Your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance Technician, checks for oil leaks, problems when shifting gears or unusual sounds and will make the relevant suggestions for correcting the problem.

MARS Automotive Breaks Repair and Service

Your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, Certified Technician knows that an efficient brake system can save lives and money. Every time you rotate and or change tires M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance Technicians will inspect the vehicles’ brake pads, rotors, fluid level and brake pedals, making suggestions and adjustments as needed.
If your brake service light comes on or there is grinding with loud metallic sounds, jerky stops, squeaking, burn smells or any concern for your brakes, just let us know we at M.A.R.S. Automotive will solve the problem.

MARS Automotive A/C Repair Services

At M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, we know how important
the air conditioning system can be to you. That is why we will routinely:-
  • Test system for leaks
  • Check compressor drive belts for cracks or damage
  • Check the efficiency of the compressor drive belt
  • Vacuum test the system
  • Evacuate and recharge the refrigerant according
    to manufacturers directions

If there are leaks or any compromise to the air conditioning
system, we at M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, will solve the problem.

MARS Automotive Electrical Repair

At M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, checking your electrical system is
routinely done when you service your car with us. We look out for signs that
could be an issue leading to problems. Signs such as:-
  • Battery light which stays on
  • Indicator lights which blink too fast or just won’t turn on
  • Lights that are too dim or won’t come on
  • Power doors, mirrors or windows that won’t work
  • Burning electrical smell

Difficulty starting the vehicle
At the end of this assessment, your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance
Technician will make the best recommendations, knowing that we at M.A.R.S.
can solve your problem if and whenever you need us.

MARS Automotive Engine Maintenance Services

M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance Technicians, know that servicing and
maintenance of your engine can prolong the life of your vehicle and ensure
good, reliable performance. Our Technicians will perform some basic tasks,
such as:-
  • Clean clogged fuel injectors
  • Replace dirty air filters
  • Replace dirty fuel filters
  • Clean spark plugs
  • Replace corroded spark plugs
  • Replace engine oil

Stalling at a stop, engine light staying on after start up, knocking sounds at
acceleration or signs of decreased power etc., are signs of potential engine
trouble; your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance Certified Technician will solve
the problem.

Steering and Suspension Services

Your M.A.R.S. Automotive Performance, Certified Technician, knows how complex your cars’ steering and suspension system is and will diligently inspect the many interconnecting areas:-

  • Loose nuts and bolts
  • Power steering fluid level
  • Loose or worn power steering belt
  • Loose or worn power steering rack and tie rods
  • Uneven wear on brakes
  • Uneven wear on tires
  • Low or uneven tire pressure
  • Wheel alignment and adjustment