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We’re a top rated local Chevrolet Corvette repair services shop in Fremont, CA. We also serve the greater East Bay Area, including Newark, Union City, Milpitas, and Sunol. With us, you can rest assured that all of your vehicle repair needs will be more than met. And. you won’t have to pay a fortune to get it fixed as well.


$99.99 Full Synthetic Oil Change

STARTING AT $99.99. Motor oil and the parts needed for your oil change vary in price from vehicle to vehicle. Please call for an exact price quote for your vehicle make and model. Our technicians are trained to service just about every make and model vehicle, from engine repair to oil changes.

$190.00 Engine Light Diagnostic

Our technicians are highly skilled and experienced with just about every vehicle make and model. If your check engine light is on, you can bring it to our shop and we’ll diagnose what’s wrong with it. Any authorized diagnostic will be applied toward the cost of your repair, a $190.00 value.

Leaking Water Pump

Many drivers of Corvettes have reported possible leaks in the coolants that came from the water pumps. The issue is quite common, and allowing it to fester could lead to a significant overheating problem for your car.

You might find the issue arising between the 19,000 and 122,000-mile points. However, sources reveal that the average mileage for the problem is around 66,000.

If you find that the water pump in your Corvette is leaking, we recommend replacing it as quickly as possible. Fortunately, we’re the perfect company for the job.

A Failed Steering Wheel Position

It is also possible for the position of your Corvette’s steering wheel to fail. In general, this issue might not cause any significant disruptions in the service and performance of your car. However, once the light flashes, you want to get it fixed as quickly as possible.

You could find the issue arising between the 24,000 and 100,000-mile mark. But, a simple diagnosis will allow us to check what could be wrong and work towards fixing it.

Extended Life Fluid Contamination

It is very possible for the extended life fluid of your Corvette to get contaminated before the car hits the 100,000-mile point. If this happens, you could find that your car will have issues cooling its engine as it should.

The contamination of the extended life fluid usually happens around the 28,000-mile mark. Over time, as you’d expect, this issue can lead to an engine overheating problem.

We recommend getting a coolant change as soon as you notice an issue here. We can help you with this as well, and the fact that you don’t have to spend so much money on it makes things even better for you.

Leakage In Extension Housing Seals

If you have a Chevrolet Corvette that was produced between 1990 and 1996, you might notice leaks of transmission fluid underneath the car. This problem could be caused by several issues, although leakage in the extension housing seals is undoubtedly the biggest culprit.

It’s a regular occurrence for cars that are over 20 years old. So far, there’s not much data in terms of average mileage for the issue to occur. However, we would recommend getting all new housing seals to prevent the issue from getting worse.

We might also help to replace the transmission fluid, depending on the severity of the issue. Nevertheless, rest assured that we’ve got your back.