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1877 South Old Hwy 94
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: (636) 493-6777



Transfer Case Repair

Transfer cases are used exclusively on 4 wheel drive vehicles.
We replace bearings, gaskets and seals.
Clutch Replacement

Manual transmission cars all have clutches that need periodic adjustment and replacement. We replace the clutch, pressure plate and throwout bearing. We also resurface the flywheel.

Slipping (Engine revs up but car speed does not increase, or rpm's start going up as you go up a hill): either a bad clutch disk or the clutch needs adjustment.

Won't go into gear or hard to shift: either bad linkage (cable or hydraulic failures are common) or bad pressure plate.

Clutch makes noise: a whirring noise which changes as you press and release the clutch pedal can be a throw-out or pilot bearing.
Transmission Fluid Replacement

We change your filter along with your transmission fluid. Check your manual for the correct interval.
The most important thing is to check your transmission fluid regularly to make sure it's full, have it changed at the correct intervals as specified by your manufacturer and use the proper type of fluid.
CV & Drive Axle

The axle on your vehicle is the structural component that connects two wheels together on opposite sites. It's a load-bearing assembly that acts like a central shaft, maintaining the position of the wheels relative to each other and to the vehicle body. The construction of your axle is designed according to what your vehicle is built for; trucks and off-road vehicles are equipped with axles that keep the wheel positions steady under heavy stress (ideal for supporting heavy loads), while conventional axles are constructed for the needs of the general consumer. But no matter what you drive, remember that your vehicle's axle must bear the weight of your vehicle (plus any cargo) and the acceleration forces between you and the ground. So when it comes to axle inspection, we are your source for professional, knowledgeable service—essential for the equipment that carries you and your family to wherever you need to go.

Here is a brief description of the most common axle design:

Drive/CV Axle:

Simply put, a drive axle is one that is driven by the engine. Typically found in modern front wheel drive vehicles, a drive axle is split between two half axles, with differential and universal joints between them. Each half axle is connected to the wheel by a third joint—the constant velocity (CV) joint—that allows the wheels to move freely. This joint allows the shaft to rotate, transmitting power at a constant speed without a significant increase in friction and heat. CV joints are usually dependable, but, as is the case for all of your vehicle's moving equipment, they do require regular inspection. An easy way for you to tell if you need to see us for axle repair is to go out to a large space (such as a parking lot), and slowly drive in tight circles. If you hear a clicking or cracking noise, you have a worn joint, and it must be repaired immediately.

We will have you back on the road, "click-free" in no time!

Belts & Hoses

Belts & Hoses

Exposure to heat, vibration and contamination makes belts and hoses wear out faster than any other components in your car. That's why regular inspections are so important. Here are the belt and hose types in your car, along with their applications.

Accessory Drive Belts

While some accessories in your car are electrically powered by the charging system, others use the engine itself as their power source. The power for these accessories is delivered by a system of pulleys and belts. Examples of these accessories are:

  • Alternator
  • Water Pump for engine cooling
  • Power Steering Pump
  • Air Conditioning Compressor
  • Radiator Cooling Fan
  • Many late model cars use a single serpentine belt in place of individual belts to drive these accessories.


The hoses that convey your car's fluids are made of two rubber layers with a layer of fabric in between. Typical hoses include:

  • Radiator and Heater Hoses - These hoses convey coolant to the engine and heater core.
  • Fuel Hose - As the name implies, this hose transports gasoline from the tank to the engine.
  • Power Steering Hose - It connects the power steering pump to the steering gear.

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Free Diagnostic, Clutch Replacement, Transmission Fluid, Transmission Repair

Free Diagnostic, Clutch Replacement, Transmission Fluid, Transmission Repair


Free Diagnostic, Clutch Replacement, Transmission Fluid, Transmission Repair