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Welcome to Lloyds Garage Repairs We are full-service Car Repair Centre

Established for over 5 years and with 24 years experience, Lloyds Garage Repairs offer a fully guaranteed list of expert services including MOTs, Repairs, Tyres, Servicing, Welding, Clutches, and Tuning and much, much more. See our services page for full details.

We ensure a high quality, friendly and fast customer service so we will be sure that you’ll be pleased you came to Lloyds Garage Repairs.

At Lloyds Garage Repairs you’ll find the high standards and quality of your franchised dealer, for considerabley less. We use high quality parts and service all vehcles to modern car manufacturer’s standards to ensure that your vehicle retains it’s value.

MOT Test

The law requires that everyone who uses a vehicle on the road must keep it in a roadworthy condition at all times. Once a year, roadworthiness is checked in the interests of road safety and polution by the test we know as the “MOT” Book a MOT Here

Scheduled Servicing

We can carry out all scheduled servicing to your vehicles requirments you do not need to go to your main dealer we can stamp your service book and keep your vehicles warrenty requirements intact. Book Servicing here

Car Repairs

Our range of repair services have covered replacing a bulb to a complete Westfiled kit car build, if it needs fixing we can do it.  We will strive to Fix any problem on your vehicle

Clutch Replacement

Clutch Replacement at Lloyds garage Repairs for a Fast affordable Clutch Replacement service for your vehicle. Instant Quote, quality service and parts. Clutch quote here

Brakes

Brake Replacement from Lloyds garage Services, Disks, Pads, and all Brake Servicing. Book your Brake Replacement with us today. Book brakes here

Engine Diagnostics

The list of things that can trigger the check engine light is pretty lengthy. For example, anything from a loose gas cap to a faulty fuel injector can be to blame but once connected to our engine diagnostics system we will be able diagnose the problem in no time. Book electrical test here

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The job of the timing belt / cambelt is to turn the camshaft(s) at exactly 1/2 the speed of the crankshaft while maintaining a precise alignment. This means that the crankshaft will make two revolutions for every revolution of the camshaft. Engines will have at least one camshaft, or as many as four camshafts in some of the V-type engines. The camshaft causes the intake and exhaust valves to open and close in time with the pistons which move up and down in the cylinders. The valves must open and close at exactly the right time in relationship to the piston movement in order for the engine to run properly. Timing belts / Cambelts have a limited life span. Car makers use these belts instead of more durable chains because chains are noisier and cost more to manufacture. Your vehicle owner’s manual will recommend at what mileage the timing belt must be replaced.
It depends on how you drive. If you do a lot of city driving or low speed/low frequency driving, we recommend oil changes at 6000 miles. The sludge formed by contaminated oil reduces its ability to protect your engine from rust, corrosion and thermal breakdown. That’s why we recommend changing your vehicle’s oil and filter every 6 months or 6,000 miles.
The European Regulations governing the sale and after sales servicing of new cars changed in October 2003. For new cars purchased after that date you are no longer obliged during the warranty period to get the car serviced by a franchise dealer. You must however continue to get the car serviced according the to manufacturer’s recommended schedule and criteria using only manufacturer approved parts.
Do you hear a noise when braking? is it grinding, screeching, growling. Does your brake pedal feel lower or does the pedal travel further than it used to? Front brakes average around 30,000 miles.

You can return to your vehicle, at any time between services, for an oil level check and, if necessary, a free top up.

Yes we can, many of our valued customers get us to check out the car before they hand over the cash. This is a service we offer absolutely free of charge all we ask is that you bring the car to us.

For ‘ordinary’ antifreeze, the manufacturers of the vehicle generally recommend coolant changes every two to three years or 30,000 miles. Others say it’s not a bad idea to change the coolant every year for maximum corrosion protection – especially in vehicles that have aluminum cylinder heads, blocks or radiators. Several antifreeze suppliers have just recently introduced “long life” antifreeze formulations that claim to provide protection for four years or 50,000 miles. Caution: These new long life coolants provide extended life only when used in a clean system mixed with water. If mixed with ordinary antifreeze and/or old coolant in a system, the corrosion protection is reduced to that of normal antifreeze (2 to 3 years and 30,000 miles).

The Pollen / Cabin filter itself is basically an air filter element similar to the normal engine air filter. If you suffer from hay-fever and or allergies what a luxury the added fitment of a pollen filter can make. Many drivers do not realise that these filters are fitted and should be changed at least every year.

The legal minimum tread depth in the UK is 1.6mm over 75% of the tyre’s width and around its entire outer circumference. Check using the short ‘tread bars’ (each 1.6mm deep) which lie across the tread at intervals in modern tyres. It is best to change your car tyres before they reach the limit. A tyre with less than 1.6mm tread requires twice the braking distance of a new tyre When inflating tyres, check the pressure readings used. Some air gauges use bars, rather than pounds per square inch (psi), and any confusion could lead to burst or over-inflated tyres. As an added safety check, inspect your car tyres’ inner and outer walls regularly for any cuts, bulges, or abrasions.
The ‘rotten egg’ sulfur smell is usually generated by high temperatures in the catalytic converter caused by excess unburned fuel going through the exhaust. The converter oxidizes this fuel, which generates the heat, and the high heat generates the smell. An occasional whiff of this smell upon start-up or momentarily at idle isn’t necessarily a problem. In fact, it indicates the catalytic converter is doing its job in preventing unburned fuel vapors from reaching the atmosphere. But of course, the concern is what’s causing the higher percentage of unburned fuel from the engine.

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    Neston road
    Willaston
    Wirral
    CH64 2TE

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