We Provide the Best Services for Your Vehicle

At Auto Park, we understand car repair can be a stressful event. We make every effort to provide our customers with comprehensive information as to why the repair is required, how the component failure occurred, and what preventative maintenance measures can be taken to prolong the success of the repair and avoid failure in the future.

Our professional ASE-certified Auto Park technicians are trained to diagnose and repair broken or faulty system components that make up your vehicle’s complex systems, including the heating and cooling, brake, steering and suspension systems and more. Be it a broken belt, leaky hose or anything in between, you can count on Auto Park to do the job right, keep you informed and get you safely on your way.

Making an appointment is as easy as scheduling online, calling us or walking in. At Auto Park, we are committed to providing best-in-class service, information and leaving you with a feeling of assurance that the job was done right.


DPF Regeneration

Although the DPF is designed to self-clean excess soot without failure, there are a few problems that disrupt its ability to do this. Extensive low speed and stop-and-go driving can disrupt the DPF’s cleaning ability. For a successful DPF regeneration, highway speeds that generate an increased volume of exhaust flow in conjunction with higher temperatures ensure proper cleaning of the catalyst system. Extensive low speed driving inordinately loads excess soot onto the DPF and creates more soot accumulation than it was designed to hold. We use groundbreaking technology to restore the DPF, while simultaneously performing an effective intake system cleaning.

Diesel Fuel System

Diesel engines are extremely sensitive to the deposits that form throughout the fuel system. Even small deposits can cause substantial reductions in engine performance. Engines with deposits experience reduced fuel efficiency, engine clatter, diminished performance, and other drivability issues. We use unmatched in the industry, line of diesel fuel products and equipment can restore diesel fuel economy or solve nearly any diesel fuel system issue. Connected directly to the fuel supply and return lines by our automotive professional, it removes combustion deposits that rob a vehicle of performance.


Transmission Services

Transmission Power Flush and Fluid Exchange System is the fast, powerful alternative to traditional transmission fluid exchange methods. Traditional transmission fluid exchange methods, such as a pan drop or most transmission flushes, do not remove all of the old fluid before new fluid is added. The old fluid quickly contaminates the newly added fluid, causing it to break down much more quickly than completely clean automatic transmission fluid. Contaminated transmission fluid leaves behind deposits that can cause gear grinding, delayed transmission response, or stalling.


Climate Control

Condensation in a vehicle’s air conditioning system promotes fungus, mold and bacterial growth that is blown into the passenger compartment. Also, if there’s a clacking sound coming from a vehicle’s A/C, the oil has been depleted. I addition, without proper refrigerant pressure and lubrication, automobile air conditioning systems can’t function properly. Line of climate control products and equipment that we use will eliminate odors and control contaminants — bacteria, mold, spores, fungi, and road grime as well as help extend compressor life by reducing friction and operating temperatures.


Battery

If you’re like most people, your car is one of your most valuable investments. Make sure you take care of your investment by providing it with the power necessary to get you where you need to be. With a “factory fresh” guarantee, Interstate Batteries is America’s No. 1 replacement-brand battery in the country that has reputation for top-quality products, business innovations and consistently reliable service. We are authorized Interstate dealer and deliver the quality product you’ve come to expect from Interstate.


Remote Start

A necessity for the Chicagoland’s cold and windy winters, and hot and humid summers . Enjoy cold winter mornings in your warm, remote-started vehicle. There will be less window scraping or no scraping at all. Driving with small children? Extreme temperatures can be dangerous to their health. By using a remote starter, you can ensure a comfortable temperature level. To schedule a professional installation call us today!

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Engine Rebuild

Any vehicle consists of many interior or exterior parts, which work in synchronization to achieve the desired performance of the vehicle. One of the crucial and important parts amongst these, which often start to give trouble, is the engine of the vehicle. The engine should be maintained regularly for great performance. However, if the engine fails to function properly, the only options left for the owners are either to replace it with the costly new engines or to go with the Rebuild engine. Going with the Rebuild engine is comparatively better option for the vehicle owner in terms of getting the better performance as well as having great money savings. Since engine is considered as the heart of vehicle and a device, which provides enough power for moving the vehicle from one place to another, ensuring its perfect functioning is the prime task. Without this, one would not be able to use the vehicle satisfactorily.


Suspension Service

Suspension is the system of tires, tire air, springs, shock absorbers and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels and allows relative motion between the two. Suspension systems serve a dual purpose — contributing to the vehicle's roadholding/handling and braking for good active safety and driving pleasure, and keeping vehicle occupants comfortable and a ride quality reasonably well isolated from road noise, bumps, and vibrations,etc. These goals are generally at odds, so the tuning of suspensions involves finding the right compromise. It is important for the suspension to keep the road wheel in contact with the road surface as much as possible, because all the road or ground forces acting on the vehicle do so through the contact patches of the tires. The suspension also protects the vehicle itself and any cargo or luggage from damage and wear. The design of front and rear suspension of a car may be different.


Steering Service

The steering system of your car is not only important for safety reasons but also to enhance the comfort of your car's ride. The fluid, level and condition are vital to ensure the steering system is operating correctly. Power steering fluid should be checked at 48,000 miles and depending on its condition, may be replaced. What May Happen if The Service is Not Performed. Steering wheel is hard to turn: You find that it's getting more difficult to turn the steering wheel. It feels like something is binding or dragging. This may or may not happen suddenly or get worse over time. Hard steering: You notice it takes much more strength to turn the steering wheel. This is especially noticed when you are trying to park. The problem seems to be getting worse. Loose steering: You notice that the steering wheel is very easy to move and feels sloppy. It creates an uneasy feeling on the highway because it seems you have no control of your car. Power steering doesn’t work: It takes a lot of effort to turn the steering wheel. In fact, at low speeds you can hardly turn it. The problem is less obvious at high speeds simply because you need to move the steering wheel less at those speeds. Steering wheel jerks: When you are driving slowly or idling, the steering wheel jumps or jerks. You don't see any other problems as far as steering and handling go.


Programing / Flashing Control Modules

No one wants to unnecessarily replace a part only to find out that there is a calibration that is needed to fix the condition. Since control module programming has become prevalent during repairs of all types, whether replacing a module or fixing a related condition, there are many things to take into consideration before, during and after programming. The days of diagnosing and repairing automobiles without a laptop beside you are quickly fading. Newer vehicles include a large number of onboard computers that are each dedicated to performing specific tasks. Common onboard computers in newer vehicle include the Engine Control Module (ECM), Transmission Control Module (TCM), Fuel Injection Control Module (FICM), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Body Control Module (BCM) and numerous other control modules to manage every electronic system from power door locks to crash data. Updating this software can be a proactive fix because often it will resolve problems that a customer hasn’t reported or noticed yet. The practice of updating software in these modules is more commonly known as flash reprogramming. In our facility service technicians use expensive, specialized service tools dedicated to reprogramming.


Differential / Transfer Case Rebuild

In today’s vehicle we see a number of problems with early bearing failures in these areas of the vehicle. Although some of these problems are attributed to lack of maintenance, most fail due to cheap bearings. We focus on rebuilding these components when needed using only the highest quality parts available. Our goal is to give you something that will last because we take tremendous pride in what we offer to you. After all, you make our company grow and we depend on you.


Diagnostics

Accurate diagnostics saves you money! Once we have diagnosed a problem with your car, our objective is to communicate the problem and solution to you in a way that is simple to understand. In many cases, we will discuss and inform you on the options for repairs and the risks associated with them. No work will be performed on your vehicle without your go-ahead. Our goal is to always provide you the lowest cost, high quality and safe vehicle repair.


Brake Service

Nothing stinks worse than having brake trouble and getting taken for a ride by your mechanic. Get the best information on brake repair so you do not get scammed at the garage. The braking system is a complex system which needs proper maintenance and care over the lifetime of your car. The braking system does a lot of work and the brake pads take the brunt of the punishment. It is a good idea to have you brake pads checked every 6 months or when you suspect a problem. Symptoms include squeaking, grinding, or increased stopping distance. Most pads have a thin metal tab which vibrates against the rotor when the pads wears down to a dangerous level. Some pads do not have this and if not checked periodically can wear down far enough to ruin the rotors. A modern trend is to make the brake pads very hard thus extending life. This harder material can squeak and sound like the wear indicators. Brake dust can also cause squealing but can be fixed by spraying brake cleaner on the brake system to remove the dust.


Tire/Wheel and TPMS Service

Simple things like checking your tires’ pressure to make sure that they are properly inflated can make a real difference in how long your tires last. Under or over-inflated tires don’t wear evenly and won’t last as long. For example, a tire that is consistently 20% under- inflated can last 20% less. That means a tire that should normally last 60,000 miles would be worn out by 48,000 miles. Also, since the front and rear axles and right and left sides of your car wear down your tires differently, rotating your tires regularly between the different positions will ensure they wear evenly and last longer. In our facility we do it all, tire rotation, flat tire repair, tire balancing and TPMS services.


About Company

Auto Park is your premier German car specialist located in Stone Park IL, approximately 15 minutes from O’Hare airport. We offer specialized, individual approach to discerning owners of Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volkswagen, and Sprinter automobiles in Chicago and its surrounding areas.

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  • Phone:
    1-800-610-5562
  • Email:
    info@AutoParkUS.com
  • Address:
    1824 N 32nd Ave
    Stone Park, IL 60165