NAPA AUTOPRO
Koertland
Contact Info

519 595-8727

27 Main St. N.
Milverton, Ontario
N0K 1M0

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Opening hours
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
Sat.
Closed
Sun.
Closed

Specialities

  • Brakes
  • Oil Change
  • Car Batteries
  • General maintenance
  • Steering and Suspension
  • Exhaust and mufflers
  • Check Engine light / ODB2 scan
  • Car A/C maintenance and repair
  • Belts and hoses
  • New Tires
  • Tires, balancing, wheel alignment
  • Starters and Alternators
  • Electrical / Electronic
  • Filtration
  • Fuel system and ignition
  • Cooling system
  • Windshield
  • Rust proofing

Vehicles serviced

  • Domestic
  • Imports (or Europeans)
  • Classic
  • Hybrid vehicles
  • Electric vehicles
  • Diesel engines
  • Small trucks
  • Commercial & Fleet service
  • Asian
  • BMW
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Audi
  • Volkswagen
  • Subaru
  • 4 x 4

Amenities

  • Digital vehicle inspection
  • Valet / shuttle
  • Vehicle pick up
  • Waiting area
  • COVID-19 / vehicle disinfection
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Car wash / detailing
  • On-site maintenance

Certifications

AIA Canada

Warranties

24/40

Payment methods

Cash Interac VISA Mastercard Flexiti Interac e-Transfer Fleet card

Languages Spoken

  • English

About Koertland

Lead Technician:
Brendan Barrett - 21 years in automotive service
Service Advisor:
Christina Saengdala - 2 years in automotive service

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Services available at this garage

Check engine light

There are generally two reactions to an illuminated check engine light: people panic or just hope it goes away. Understandable but wrong. It could come on for anything from a serious engine or transmission problem to a loose gas cap. Best advice? See your NAPA AUTOPRO expert.

Timing belt

The timing belt synchronizes the timing of your vehicle’s combustion process by regulating piston and valve movements that let in air and fuel, allow the fuel to burn and then let out the exhaust. A broken or loose belt can cause problems.

Suspension

If your vehicle bottoms out when accelerating or slumps forward when stopping; if the steering and handling feel loose; or if you’re noticing premature tire wear, your suspension probably needs maintenance.

Transmission

If you hear noises when the transmission shifts gears, smell burning, have trouble changing gears, or see red fluid leaking from under your car, a transmission inspection is needed immediately.

Spark plugs

Hard starts, engine misfiring, rough idle, slow acceleration, poor fuel economy... After thousands of kilometres, your spark plugs can become less efficient and need to be replaced.

Fuel system

In addition to supplying fuel to the engine, the fuel pump also includes a filter that removes dirt and contaminants. Without regular maintenance, your fuel consumption increases and the system could even fail.

Car battery

Getting your battery checked and replaced with a battery that meets your vehicle’s specifications, CCA requirement and driving conditions will ensure years of trouble-free cranking.

Exhaust system

Aside from an increase in engine volume, if you see smoke, smell gas, feel vibrations, or if your check-engine light comes on, have your exhaust system inspected right away–for peace of mind and to save money.

Air conditioning

Even if your air conditioning still cools your vehicle, the signs that it is not performing properly include a lack of freshness, strange noises, odours, condensation in the cabin, oil or refrigerant leaks…

Alternator

A weakened alternator won’t be able to supply enough power to start the car, recharge the battery or run electrical accessories. Your alternator should be regularly inspected.

Oil change

Engine oil should be changed frequently to prevent power loss, avoid engine wear, combat rust and corrosion, and improve performance.

Wheel alignment

Poor alignment causes your steering wheel to vibrate or your car to pull to one side. Over time, it can cause your tires to wear quickly and unevenly.