Fuel Pump Replacement on Ford Truck

Given how many miles it’s possible to put on a Ford F-150, it makes sense that after a while, many of its parts will need to be replaced. Wiper blades, brake pads, tires…

…and the fuel pump.


Replacing your fuel pump is going to take a good amount of elbow grease. Come see our trained technicians that will take the guesswork out of the process and make your truck as smooth as can be.

Replace Shocks on your Ford Truck

Your Ford F-150 or F-250 can be a real work horse – driving hundreds of miles of daily driving, off-roading through rough terrain, hauling heavy loads, and pulling big trailers. However, all of that hard work occasionally makes it necessary for you to change its shocks, especially the rear shocks.


Consult with our experienced mechanics to see when you want to schedule diagnostics and repairs as necessary.

Engine Air Filter Replacement

A routine engine air filter replacement for your car or truck is another easy way to maintain performance of your vehicle. It is important to realize that your fuel injection relies on a clean air filter to maintain the balance of air to fuel ratio in the engine. If the air filter is dirty, then the fuel delivery system cannot properly maintain a balance of air and fuel. By changing your air filter you:

  • Maintain your engine
  • Improve and maintain fuel economy
  • Improve performance
  • Save money on potentially costly repairs

Why frequent Oil change is good for your car?

Oil and filter changes are extremely important for maintaining a proper and efficient running of your car or truck. After a while the oil breaks down and loses its lubricating properties, making it less effective. The oil filter is designed to remove oil contaminants and sift out solid particles in order to allow the oil to flow through the engine as cleanly and efficiently as possible. Some of the benefits of regular auto maintenance:


  • Increase lifespan of your car or trucks engine
  • Increased fuel efficiency
  • Reduces engine noise – By keeping your engine lubricated it cuts down on friction from moving parts in your vehicle.
  • Cooling – Motor oil cools your engine by reducing friction and when cooled oil is pumped back through the engine to reduce overall temperature
  • Diagnostic tool – Auto repair shops, like KwikKar at Legacy & Warren, can test your oil for signs of abnormal wear or metal deposits by testing oil. If left unchanged an auto technician may not find an oil test helpful if you have a problem.

Regular auto maintenance visits for your car are like your quarterly Doctor visits to stay on top of your health.

Brake Pad Relacement

Brakes are probably one of the most important components in your car. They are after all responsible for slowing you down and letting you stop. You use them every time you drive so it is no surprise that these get worn down over time and need replacing. It can be dangerous to wait too long to change brake pads so it is very important to stay on a maintenance schedule.


Following are some of the tasks performed as part of brake pad replacement:

  • Replace front or rear brake pads
  • Clean and lubricate caliper slides
  • Inspect brake lines and hoses top off master cylinder, machine rotors or drums

Brake System Inspection

Before a season of snow and ice it is advisable to inspect the brake system, including lines, hoses, parking brake and brake fluid for proper level. We rely on our brakes and something as simple as a brake pad change can help put an end to any worry about brake safety.


Brake system inspections includes the following:

  • Inspect brake pads and rotors
  • Inspect brake lines and brake hoses
  • Inspect brake fluid level and top off


Our certified technicians can recommend any repairs your car might need for optimal driving.

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