Cutting-Edge Services to Keep Your Prized Vehicle Roadworthy

Luxury and prestige as well as sportiness and styling are some of the traits you expect from an Audi. Because Audi maintains the reputation of developing cars with the highest level of technology, performance and power, you want to make sure you trust your Audi service issues to the experts.

If you want to keep your Audi running at its peak performance, it’s important to trust the service work to the experts who care. We have worked on countless Audi vehicles and believe in the importance of the safety and reliability of your car.

From simple oil changes to handling more serious Audi repair issues, our technicians have the up-to-date training and state-of-the-art equipment for quick and accurate Audi repair.

BMW has always demonstrated superiority in engineering and technology creating" The Ultimate Driving Machine" in both style and performance. We understand you are selective in your tastes and want to have the best possible driving experience.

We hire only the best technicians and utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot your BMW service problems. a courtesy vehicle inspection; and your BMW is no exception. As soon as we identify the problem, our BMW service team quickly goes to work to resolve any issues so your car is running safely and reliably.

Each BMW is equipped with sensors which determine service intervals. These sensors monitor the number of miles you have driven as well as your individual driving style. The actual wear on certain components and fluid levels will determine when you require BMW maintenance (this is called "Condition Based Service")

Our commitment to uncompromising automotive service excellence makes us the perfect partner to help you keep your Mercedes-Benz driving its best. As it is with any vehicle, preventative maintenance is the key to getting the full life out of your car. Keeping up with recommended and required services will not only extend the life of your Mercedes-Benz, but it will also help you maximize its resale value.

Unlike a dealership, we get to know you and your Mercedes-Benz. We keep detailed records of each service or repair performed. Because safety and reliability is our first concern, we tell you if we notice things that need to be taken care of immediately or in the near future.

Each Mercedes-Benz is equipped with a Flexible Service System (FSS) which accommodates service requirements resulting from your individual driving style. With most drivers, the FSS indicates a service interval at approximately 10,000 miles.

When you need maintenance or repair work done on your Porsche, you want to know your high-performance car is entrusted to the care of experts and repairs were done correctly…the first time. We have the knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to make certain your Porsche repairs are handled expeditiously and with the highest level of customer service and satisfaction.

When you arrive at our shop, you will first receive a friendly and courteous greeting. We will talk to you about your Porsche service and repair concerns and let you know how we will proceed with the work. We then take the job of keeping your vehicle performing the way the manufacturer intended very seriously; whether it’s a simple oil change or a more complicated repair, Porsches deserve the attention only a master technician can provide.

When you decided to purchase or lease a Volvo, no doubt you took safety and reliability into consideration. Routine service and maintenance is an important part in preserving the reputation of your Volvo which is one of the main reasons you should entrust your Volvo maintenance to the experts who care.

Everyone drives their vehicle a bit differently, but it is recommended Volvo service be performed approximately every 5,000 to 7,500 miles to ensure the highest level of performance and safety. Maintaining your Volvo not only keeps it safe and reliable, it plays an important role in resale value and its lifespan.

We take great pride in automotive service excellence and understand you made a significant investment when you purchased your Volvo. We want to help you maintain the life of your car and keep it running safely.

When you have a problem with your Volkswagen, we don’t just do a cursory check and implement the first solution which comes to mind. Our first concern is the safety and reliability of your Volkswagen. We take the time to properly diagnose what is going wrong with your VW and fix it properly.

By performing regular maintenance, we can tell by the condition of your vehicle what problems maybe encountered and help maintain the vehicles integrity; minimizing the number of breakdowns or serious problems which lie ahead.

We develop a history on your car. and our Master Technicians have undergone rigorous training to garner the knowledge needed to identify VW repair problems quickly so your Volkswagen is back on the road in hardly any time at all.

Everything Your Car Needs - Systems and Maintenance

Air Conditioning Repair

When your air conditioner blows only mildly cool air or no cool air at all, it could be low on refrigerant and need a system recharge. In order to properly service this closed system, a qualified technician must inspect the system for obvious leaks in hoses, pipes, and the air-conditioning compressor, and make repairs as necessary. After a full and complete inspection the remaining refrigerant is extracted and recycled. Fresh refrigerant is then added to the system.

Air Filters

Air filters reside in the air-intake system to catch dirt and other particles before they can damage internal engine parts.
Modern cars also have a cabin air filter which catches dirt, debris and airborne allergens which travel through the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems.

Anti-lock Braking System

The anti-lock braking system uses speed sensors to determine if one or more wheels are trying to lock up during braking. If a wheel tries to lock up, a series of hydraulic valves limit or reduce the braking on that wheel. This prevents skidding and allows you to maintain steering control.
A dashboard ABS warning light is supposed to come on for a few seconds every time a vehicle is started, however if it comes on while you're driving it may signal a malfunction.

Battery Service

Batteries have a life expectancy of approximately 5 years. They require periodic testing to make sure they are operating properly.

Brake Fluid Service

Brake fluid, which is contained in the lines of the hydraulic brake system, is hydroscopic and absorbs moisture from the surrounding environment. When the fluid is fresh, it contains zero percent water and is working at its peak capacity. As the brakes are used, moisture seeps in through seams within the system and raises the water content. This results in a diminished stopping ability. Additionally, over time, the moisture can cause internal corrosion in the brake lines, calipers, the master cylinder and other components.

Brake Repair

When it comes to brakes, there are no good vibrations. The most likely reason that you feel vibrations through the brake pedal is because a rotor — the rotating disc that the brake pads are pressed against — is unevenly worn, or "warped."

Check Engine Light

The check engine light warns drivers that something is wrong and occurs when the computer issues an error message. There are dozens of possibilities as to why a vehicles Check Engine Light has illuminated. When this warning light comes on, a code will be generated which can be read by connecting a diagnostic scanner to the vehicle's on-board diagnostic system and will steer your mechanic to specific areas and help find the cause.

Cooling System Service

Cooling systems maintain the engines proper operating temperatures. An engine typically overheats due to heavy use in combination with low coolant. If you find your vehicle often overheats it may be an indication of a larger problem and a professional mechanic should be consulted. 

Computerized Alignment

Alignment refers to an adjustment of a vehicle’s suspension – the system that connects a vehicle to its wheels. It is not an adjustment of the tires or wheels themselves. The key to proper alignment is adjusting the angles of the tires which affects how they make contact with the road.


Some problems are not as clear and concise as others. Using state-of-the-art software and combined 115 years of experience, Pinnacle Motor Works is able to investigate your concerns and make the proper repair recommendations.

Electrical Repair

Modern automotives could be described as "rolling computers". Modules, Kbus, CANbus, and junction boxes are hidden throughout the body and can malfunction much like any other computerized device.

Exhaust Systems

Modern exhaust systems are usually made of galvanized steel or stainless steel, but that doesn't mean they, or the parts which hold the exhaust components in place, last forever. Heat, debris, road salt and moisture can all cause rust and corrosion in the exhaust system.

Oil Change

An oil and filter change involves removing and disposing of the used oil and filter and replacing them with fresh components. We recommend having changing the oil and filter every 5,000 miles and no less than once per year regardless of use. 

Power Steering Service

Power steering assists the driver in directing the vehicles direction. Hydraulic power steering needs to have the fluid and filter changed periodically to maintain proper performance.

Shocks and Struts

A shock is a suspension component which controls the up-and-down motion of a vehicle's wheels. More accurately referred to as dampers, shocks reduce excessive motion, keeping the vehicle's body from bouncing down the road.

A strut is a type of shock absorber which has a structural role in a vehicle's suspension; it is mounted inside coil springs on strut-type suspensions. The strut includes a shock absorption element as well as serves to position the wheels.

Spark Plugs and Ignition Coils

Spark plugs are used in gasoline powered internal combustion engines to ignite the compressed air-fuel mixture which powers the engine. The plugs sit inside the ignition coils which are in turn inserted into the engine. The type, size, and style of spark plug and ignition coil varies by make and model of vehicle; using the right parts are crucial to proper vehicle performance. We recommend replacing the spark plugs and ignition coils every 60,000 miles.

Starters and Alternators

Starters and alternators, along with batteries, are components of the starting system. When these mechanisms malfunction the vehicle will not start or run properly.

Timing Belts/Chains

The timing belt is a notched rubber belt where as the timing chain is made of metal links. These timing components enable the crankshaft to drive the camshaft, facilitating the valves. Without them the engine cannot run.

Tire and Rim - Sales and Repair

Whether its patching a puncture, installing a new set of tires, straitening a bent rim, or refinishing a wheel Pinnacle Motor Works is here to help.

Transmission Service

Your vehicles transmission transfers power from the engine to the wheels of the car. Fluid inside of the transmission provides the power/force required to shift into different gears while helping to cool and lubricate your vehicle’s transmission’s internal parts. We recommend replacing the transmission fluid and filter every 60,000 miles.

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