Auto Repair

At Fort’s Auto and Diesel Service, we provide bumper to bumper Car┬áRepair. We repair all major brands and models. Our Auto Repair shop is conveniently located in Central Florida. And, we service all of Orange, Lake, Seminole, and Volusia Counties.

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Car Repair

Types of Car Repair We Provide

Oxygen Sensor (O2) Repair

A vehicle’s Oxygen Sensor (O2 Sensor) is what helps the vehicle’s computer set and determine fuel and ignition curves. These curves help the vehicle to run smoothly and efficiently. When an O2 Sensor stops working the vehicle will run rough, stall, and begin get poor fuel mileage.

Ignition Coil Repair

Today’s modern vehicles have the ignition coil on top of the engine. When a coil begins to fail it will create a misfire on that particular cylinder. Then the vehicle can begin to run rough and stall.

Spark Plug Replacement

Spark plugs can decline with higher mileage vehicles and cause poor engine performance. Many vehicles now have two spark plugs per engine cylinder. When the spark plugs begin to age they can cause a Check Engine Light to illuminate as well.

Thermostat Repair

The Thermostat controls the flow of coolant from the radiator into the engine to keep it running cool. When a thermostat fails, it doesn’t open and subsequently can cause the vehicle’s engine to overheat.

Mass Air Flow Sensor Repair

The mass air flow (MAF) sensor, part of your vehicle’s electronic fuel injection system, is responsible for calculating the total amount of air entering the engine. A contaminated or failed mass air flow sensor cannot measure the amount of air flow correctly.

Evap Purge Solenoid Repair

The Evap Purge Solenoid helps remove noxious fumes from the fuel system. When it fails abnormal fumes can remain in the fuel system and cause a check engine light.

Brake Repair

Brake issues can develop over time as miles increase on your vehicle. Pulsing, scraping, and grinding can be signs of brake failure and longer stop times for your vehicle.

Cooling System Repair

If your vehicle is exhibiting signs of overheating, chances are it is developing cooling system issues. A clogged radiator, leaking water pump, or stuck thermostat can be a sign that your cooling system is in need of repair.

Air Conditioning Repair

It’s not difficult to tell if your vehicle’s air conditioning is in need of repair. When it doesn’t cool it can be the evaporator core, compressor, or condenser fan that is failing.

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