Why Choose Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for Truck Repair?
Trucks are built for hard work— hauling or towing heavy items, and making trips on rough roads with lots of cargo. This can lead to parts on your truck, 4×4 or 4×2, becoming worn out and needing replacement. As trucks age, the engine may start to develop leaks. Since trucks tend to be big in size, the transmission gets pushed harder, therefore requiring regular inspections.
You’ll inevitably need truck repair at some point in time. When you’re ready, turn to Trinity’s Quality Auto Care. Based on the success of our original shop in Salem, we’ve opened our second location less than eight miles away in the city of Turner.
Truck Repairs by Experienced Technicians
At Trinity’s Quality Auto Care in Turner, OR, our ASE-Certified technicians will detect and repair any issues with your truck. Whether it’s a large, medium or small-sized truck, a 4×4 or 4×2, a 2-cab, 3-cab, or 4-cab configuration, when you need truck repair, we have you covered. From electrical systems, transmission and suspension, to braking, steering and engine repairs, we handle all types of truck repair matters.
Multi-Point Inspections to Detect All Faults
To identify the precise issues with your 4×4, our experienced technicians will perform a thorough and rigorous multi-point inspection process of 140+ items, parts and components. This diagnosis includes a standard visual inspection, mechanical inspection, road test and a computerized scan (which also helps reveal how to improve fuel-efficiency and performance) to accurately assess the overall condition of your truck.
Comprehensive Overviews of Truck Repairs
Once we have accurately inspected and identified the source of any truck repair needs, one of our service advisors will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the findings. Feel free to ask any questions you might have in the truck repair process. We will begin the repairs after we receive your approval.
As for parts, we replace any damaged or non-functioning parts with high-quality OEM parts. This maximizes the longevity of your truck repairs.