Leah’s Automotive specializes in servicing European luxury vehicles.
Leah Gillanders is a certified BMW technician, with over 10 years of BMW-focused experience.
Although we specialize in European car care, we are happy to service nearly every make and model of vehicle. We have invested in special tools and programming equipment that set us apart from other non-dealer shops. We focus on helping the client better understand the service being done on their vehicle and create maintenance programs based on each person’s individual needs, priorities and budget. We also offer vehicle protection packages with roadside assistance for customers that want complete peace of mind while on the road.
The quality of workmanship at Leah’s is annually confirmed and endorsed by CVSE inspectors as a government-approved inspection facility.
Air Conditioning Service
Our shop is equipped with an A/C machine, so that we are able to keep your AC running strong. From a mini charge up in the spring to a full A/C compressor replacement, we have the tools to keep you cool.
Brake Service and Replacement
Leah’s Automotive has skilled technicians who are trained to diagnose and repair today’s complex braking systems. Leah’s is equipped to handle electronic brake calipers and register pad replacement. Additionally, Leah’s only uses brake pads and rotors that have a backed warranty.
Don’t take chances with your brakes. Make regular brake inspections part of your vehicle’s ongoing maintenance to ensure safety and reliability. We’ll examine your brakes, consult with you on the work that needs to be done and provide a written estimate before starting.
Cooling System components –
A series of fins around the radiator allows coolant to dissipate heat as air passes over these fins. Radiator cores can become clogged and require flushing or replacing.
Transfer coolant from the radiator to the engine block. Water hoses are designed for extreme heat and pressure, and must be replaced according to your vehicle maintenance guide.
The radiator thermostat controls the coolant sent to the engine for heat management during operation. Without a properly operating thermostat, your engine will overheat, potentially causing serious damage. Signs of thermostat trouble include very high or very low temperature readings. Remember to always allow your engine to cool down when checking the radiator for problems. The radiator cap should be cool to the touch before opening.
The water pump is a simple centrifugal pump driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine. The pump circulates fluid whenever the engine is running.
The fluid leaving the pump flows first through the engine block and cylinder head, then into the radiator and finally back to the pump.
The water pump uses centrifugal force to send fluid to the outside while it spins, causing fluid to be drawn from the centre continuously. The inlet to the pump is located near the center so that fluid returning from the radiator hits the pump vanes.
Designated Government Inspection Facility
Diagnostics and Repairs
Today’s vehicles have numerous onboard computers. You may not be aware of them or the thousands of adjustments they make per second so you can experience a smooth ride.
If your vehicle’s check engine light comes on we can tell you why, fix the problem and get you back on the road again.
Major Engine Repairs
Oil and Filter Change
If you are planning to buy a pre-owned vehicle, make sure you bring to us first! We will go though an extensive check list that includes inspecting the top, bottom, inside and outside of the vehicle. It may turn out to be the best money you ever spent.
Ladies Only Automotive Classes
Ready to give your car the care it deserves?