We are skilled at repairing vehicles, returning them to their factory state after having been damaged in collisions, accidents and even from misjudgment when driving. 


Spark plugs play a crucial role in the performance of your car by igniting an air-fuel mixture, causing combustion in your engine. Without them, you’re not going anywhere. 

Spark plugs wear out over time due to extreme temperatures, regular use, and outside contaminants. But exactly when they wear out depends on the age and health of your engine. We recommend having your spark plugs serviced according to your manufacturer’s suggested maintenance schedule.


Wires allow electricity to travel from one location to another. Many vital systems in a vehicle won’t work if the wiring isn’t in place. Copper and aluminum are the most popular types of automotive wire materials. The difference between the two is that copper is more conductive, flexible, and unlikely to corrode than aluminum wire.

Wires come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be found all throughout a vehicle. Some wires merely supply power or ground to specific components, while others carry a range of digital and analog signals to components such as the powertrain control module (PCM). The wire’s qualities are mostly determined by its intended function.


Your engine and cabin air filters do the important job of ensuring that you and your car both have clean air to breathe while on the road. The engine air filter helps keep debris from entering the engine during the air-intake process. Meanwhile, the cabin air filter helps prevent contaminants like smog, dust, and pollen from entering the passenger cabin of your vehicle. 

Both air filters should be replaced approximately every 12 months or 12,000 miles – or anytime they become too dirty. During a service, we’ll inspect and remove your old, dirty filters and install new ones if needed. That way, you and your engine get the fresh air you need while driving.


Your brake fluid is essential to maintaining safe braking performance, although it doesn’t typically  need changing as often as many other car fluids. To err on the side of caution, you’ll want to have your brake fluid flushed and exchanged around every two years — according to some car manufacturers — or when it fails the brake fluid test strip per MAP guidelines.

A Firestone technician will test the condition of your brake fluid during a service inspection and make a recommendation. If you haven’t had your brakes serviced in a while, consider stopping by and allowing one of our expert technicians to perform a brake inspection.

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Tire rotations help spread wear and tear evenly across all four of your tires, helping to maximize tread life and keeping traction consistent across each tire’s contact patch. A tire rotation service includes removing the tires from their current locations and rotating them to another location on the vehicle. The new position of your tires will depend on their tread direction and your vehicle’s drivetrain


It’s easy to forget about your wiper blades if it doesn’t rain much where you live. But you’ll sure miss them when that next thunderstorm rolls in! Renewing your wiper blades every six months can help ensure that they maintain adequate contact with your windshield, keeping it clean so that you can see more clearly in rainy weather.

At Firestone Complete Auto Care, a technician will evaluate the condition of your wiper blades and top off your windshield wiper fluid level. We’ll remove your old wiper blades and install new ones if needed.


We do adjustments to the vehicle’s suspension system so the angle between the suspension and wheels are correctly aligned. This is so the tires are able to make optimum contact with the road surface, ensuring a safe and comfortable drive. When adjusting the wheel alignment, a mechanic will adjust the vehicle’s suspension to change three things – the wheel camber, toe, and caster Your wheels need to be aligned to ensure your car drives straight down the road. After a couple thousand miles of road vibration and the occasional pothole, your alignment may need correcting. Wheel alignment services include inspection and adjustments to your vehicle’s steering and suspension system.

An expert technician will adjust your car’s alignment according to OEM specifications. And if applicable, they will finish by recalibrating the vehicle’s Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) or Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).


Your car’s oil should be changed at intervals ranging from about 3,000-12,000 miles — based on your MSMS. During this service, an expert technician will offer to perform a Courtesy Check and replace your engine oil and oil filter.


Sourcing auto paint and panel supplies doesn’t need to take a lot of time or cost a fortune. With our selection of car paint, spray paint, hammertone paint and even heat resistant paint, you’ll find exactly what you need in no time. We can offer you unbeatable deals on a wide range of domestic and imported products, always good news for trade professionals looking for that specific shade in volume. If you’re a keen DIY tradesman and working on your own vehicle, we can certainly assist you in finding the very best match for your finish.