Engine Repair Services  Brake Service  Electrical Repair Service
Every engine has different needs, depending on past use and driving conditions. At HSVS, we offer a number of services that can help you get the most engine performance. Our brake services are comprehensive. Below is a list of services your brakes may require to stop properly, once we have correctly diagnosed the problem. Your car’s electrical system consists of the battery, starter, and alternator. The battery provides juice to the starter, the starter turns and then the alternator gives that battery the energy it needs to power your car. 

Our Engine Services include:

Standard Tune-Up

  • Visual inspection of engine components
  • Install spark plugs
  • set timing and idle (if applicable)
  • 12-month/12,000-mile

Filter Replacement

  • Air filters
  • Fuel filters
  • 6 month/6,000 mile

Fuel System Cleaning

  • 3-step process to remove carbon deposits on fuel injectors
  • Improves fuel system performance
  • 12-month/12,000-mile

Other Engine Services

Your auto’s engine may occasionally require more than a tune-up. After inspecting your vehicle, our technicians may recommend other services for the health of your engine:

  • Oil and oil filter change
  • Diagnostics
  • Fuel pump
  • Crank case vent filter
  • Vapor canister filter
  • PCV valve
  • Ignition wires
  • Ignition module
  • Emissions
  • Engine sensors, including oxygen sensor
  • Coil pack
  • Distributor cap and rotor

Diesel Engine Services

HSVS now specialize in 6.0 diesels, and all other diesel engines. Our certified technician is a real pro with diesels and has the newest equipment available to keep or get your diesel in top running condition. Diesel diagnostic services are very reasonably priced as are repairs.
Call 919-345-4927 for an appointment today!

  • Brake fluid exchange - removes air and brake fluid contaminants
  • Replacement and installation brake hardware, rotors, wheel bearings, calipers, brake hoses, drums and master cylinders
  • Resurfacing of drums and rotors
  • Cleaning and adjusting drum brakes and parking brakes
  • Repacking wheel bearings
  • Anti-lock Braking System Diagnostics and Repair

Our Break Services include:

Standard Brake Service

  • install new brake pads
  • inspect brake components
  • Warranty: LIFETIME parts warranty on brake shoes and disc pads. 12 month, 12,000 miles labor warranty.

Standard Brake Service with Fluid Exchange

  • install new brake pads
  • resurface rotors
  • inspect brake components
  • perform a brake fluid exchange to remove air and other brake fluid contaminants
  • Warranty: LIFETIME parts warranty on brake shoes and disc pads. 24 month, 24,000 warranty.

If one of these parts is not working properly, your car won’t start or run correctly. Our expert technicians can perform an electrical system check to ensure everything is working properly. It pinpoints any problems that may occur with your electrical system.


Your vehicle’s battery is considered the heart of its electrical system. Your battery converts chemical energy into electrical energy to make your car run. Not only does your battery provide energy to start your car, it also helps stabilize voltage to keep your engine running. When your battery is low on juice or its cables or terminals are loose, your car won’t start. Unfortunately, your vehicle doesn’t always give you warning signs that your battery is about to die. However, there are some ways to keep your battery running newer, longer.

  • Avoid leaving on lights and accessories when the engine is not running – this will drain your battery
  • Take fewer short trips to prevent inconsistent battery charge levels
  • Make sure your vehicle’s battery terminals are kept clean and free of corrosion
  • Always have a qualified professional maintain your electrical systems
  • Have quality replacement parts installed when existing electrical system parts fail


While the battery supplies the power to start your vehicle, the starter is really what gets the engine going. The battery supplies a small amount of power to the starter motor. The starter then rotates the flywheel, which turns the crankshaft and begins the movement of the engine’s pistons. This intricate process is why it’s key to make sure the starter works.

It’s difficult to determine when a starter will fail exactly, but an electrical system check can help recognize the warning signs. We check if the starter is drawing the proper amount of current. An excessive current draw will indicate a worn starter and a low current draw indicates corroded cables or connections. Too much or too little current exposes the problem. Not to worry, this is a problem our expert technicians can fix.


When your engine is running, the alternator keeps the battery charged and the electrical system going. Your car can start with a faulty alternator, but it won’t be able to run for an extended period of time. If the alternator requires replacement, your vehicle’s electrical system will perform erratically, its battery will discharge, and eventually your engine will lose power. A complete electrical system check from will tell you whether the alternator is generating the proper amount of current and voltage, to let you know before your alternator fails.

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