Welcome to BRS Autos
Where Quality Is Delivered As Standard
WHO ARE WE?
Welcome to BRS Autos, full-service preventive maintenance, and automotive repair center. We perform high quality, guaranteed service you can trust at a fair price. We repair domestic and foreign vehicles and are your best choice for scheduled maintenance of your car.
BRS Autos is family owned and operated and we use the latest diagnostic equipment to guarantee your vehicle is serviced correctly while maintaining your manufacturer’s warranty. We only use quality replacement parts. Online Free Quotes. Hassle-Free. BRS Autos Mobile. Qualified Friendly mobile mechanics will care for your car and make your day a lot easier. Same or Next Day Service. Fully Qualified Mechanics, It is specifically designed in mind for clients who have busy schedules while trying to strike a work-life balance. We operate from Osborne Park & cover all of Perth and surrounding areas.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We service all makes and models of cars, vans, utility vehicles, 4×4 & fleet vehicles. Our work is guaranteed, please call for an obligation free quote
WHY WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED?
- Our technicians are fully qualified and insured.
Our pricing is competitive
All work carried out is guaranteed!
Experienced in European and Japanese cars
Quote includes disposal of all waste
The quote can be for genuine or aftermarket parts depending on client preference
If my car is under warranty at the dealership, can I still bring my car to your shop for regular service and not lose my warranty?
Preventative Maintenance is regular maintenance of your vehicle that helps keep your vehicle running efficiently and eliminating potential problems that may leave you stranded. Everyone knows that a properly maintained car will be more dependable, safer, last longer, and increase your after sale value
Preventative maintenance includes:
Servicing Windshield Wipers servicing/replacing spark plugs, ignition wires
Replacing air filters
Engine oil change
Differential(s) gear oil change
Trans-axle oil change
Routine hose inspection
Battery service, check charge level
Exterior drive belt replacement
Servicing/replacing transmission oil and filter
Timing belt replacement
Brake fluid flush, recommended every 2 years
Power steering flush
Inspect exhaust system for leaks
Inspect brake linings brake rotor hydraulic lines callipers and wheel cylinders
Replace cabin air filter
These are generic service recommendations based solely on time or Kilometres not on visual appearance. The purpose is to extend the life of your vehicle and help prevent breakdown. Your vehicle’s requirements may differ depending on driving habits and/or owner’s manual recommendations. Check your owner’s manual or give us a call.
To give you some sort of an idea here’s a list, but this is not limited to
OIL – LUBE – FILTER: 7,500 or 15000 Kilometres
WHOLE CAR DIAGNOSIS: Yearly and before purchase or sale
FUEL FILTER: Yearly or as needed
BATTERY SERVICE: Yearly or as needed
AIR CONDITIONING: Check every late winter/ early summer or as needed
RADIATOR COOLANT: Every two years, flush
BRAKE SYSTEM FLUSH: Every 2 years
AUTOMATIC TRANS FLUSH: Every 2 Years
POWER STEERING FLUSH: Every 3 years
4X4 TRANSFER CASE: 15,000 to 60,000 Kilometres
THROTTLE-BODY SERVICE: 2 Years or as needed
RADIATOR & HEATER HOSES: 4 Years or 70,000 kilometres
DRIVE BELTS: As required
TIMING BELT: 4 Years or as advised in your user manual
DIFFERENTIAL FLUID: 15,000 Kilometres
MANUAL TRANS SERVICE: 15,000 to 60,000 Kilometres
SCAN FOR COMPUTER CODES: When amber “CHECK ENGINE” Light is on
Brakes can squeak for a variety of reasons, but continuous squeals and grinding sounds may mean it’s time for new brake pads and shoes. Work brakes can mean longer stopping distances and difficulty stopping in emergency situations. Rotors and drums that are too thin may even become over-stressed and break. Remember, if you notice any of these symptoms it’s a good idea to get your brakes checked.
A brake job includes replacement of worn parts in order to restore the vehicle’s braking performance to new condition.
The check engine light is one of the most vital components to a properly functioning vehicle. It alerts the driver of a potential problem on the vehicle’s on-board diagnostic system (ECU). When the check engine light comes on it means that a system in your vehicle — such as ignition, fuel injection, or emission control — is not operating efficiently, even though your vehicle seems to be running fine. If your check engine light comes on and it’s flashing, that indicates a more serious problem that should be checked out immediately to prevent damage to the catalytic converter (part of your exhaust system). When you experience a flashing light, minimize driving at high speeds, especially if you’re towing. When the check engine light comes on, there’s no need to panic, just make an appointment to get your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. Ignoring your check engine light could severely damage engine components and cost you more money in the end.
It is possible but not too likely. However, you do need to get your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. You may see a decrease in performance.