Ultra Tune Penrith offers a complete range of car servicing options, designed to suit most vehicle types. In every case you’ll know in advance exactly how much the service will cost. If additional work is required you’ll be notified and no extra work will be commenced without your approval.

  • Handbook Service

    Something your dealer probably didn’t mention about your new car is that you don’t need to have your new car serviced by your dealer to maintain statutory warranty.

    Here are the facts about your new car’s statutory warranty:

    • An Ultra Tune service will NOT void your statutory warranty.
    • An Ultra Tune service strictly follows all the procedures recommended by your vehicles manufacturer.
    • An Ultra Tune service only uses high quality service parts
    • Its your car and you DO have a choice.
    • Ultra Tune will give your vehicle handbook the stamp of approval.

    Once your service is complete, our qualified technicians will stamp your vehicles handbook as a record of regular maintenance. This can be very important when it comes to achieving a higher resale value for your car.

  • Maintenance Servicing

    Our Maintenance Service includes:

    • Change engine oil and filter
    • Road test
    • Brake and fluid condition report
    • Tyre pressure and condition report
    • Steering and suspension check
    • Cooling system and condition test
    • Lights, wipers, battery and electrical check
    • Full vehicle written safety report
    • Tune up available on request
  • Automatic Transmission Service

    Helps to keep your automatic transmission shifting smoothly.

    • Drain and replace transmission fluid
    • Check start/neutral switch operation
    • Road test to evaluate shift pattern and normal operation
    • Carry out adjustments
    • Inspect transmission and report on any visible leaks
  • Air Conditioning Service

    A must in the lead up to summer!

    • Check cooling and overall operation
    • Carry out checks for leaks and receiver-dryer contamination
    • Check system pressures
    • Check and adjust compressor drive belt
    • Clean condenser
    • Evacuate system via recovery station and recharge
    • Re-check performance
  • Brake Service

    Brakes are a critical safety system of a vehicle. The brake system should be checked at every service and not be interfered with by anybody who does not have the appropriate skills and experience. Brake repairs should only be carried out by a qualified mechanic.

    A typical brake service would include:

    • Check disc brake and or drum shoe wear levels
    • Replace front and rear pads/shoes if necessary
    • Inspect brake fluid levels and check braking system components
    • Road test vehicle to check that brakes are operating correctly
  • Shock Absorber Service

    Shock absorbers help to control the movement of your vehicle’s springs and suspension. They play an important role in your vehicle’s ability to accelerate, travel and stop with safety and control by keeping your tyres in contact with the road at all times.

    Any time that a tyre’s contact with the ground is broken or reduced, your ability to drive, steer and brake is severely compromised.

    Monroe and other leading automotive experts recommend that you have a trained specialist inspect your shock absorbers for signs of wear every 20,000 km.