Services

DTM does all mechanical servicing and mechanical repairs, such as new car servicing, general servicing and mechanical repairs, tyres, batteries, carburettors, fuel injection, auto electrics, diagnostics, brakes and clutches to name a few.

New Car Servicing

Maintain your new  car warranty when servicing your vehicle with DTM. Regular servicing prevents oil turning to sludge, reducing the life of your engine. Running costs are also reduced, due to a cleaner more efficient engine.

It's recommended you service your vehicle every 5,000km. Talk to our technicians about your next vehicle service.

Servicing your new vehicle regularly is critical to ensure optimum running performance, efficient running costs and longevity of your engine.

Did you know that franchise dealers do not have a monopoly on "Log Book" service with new car warranty servicing.

DTM offers expert services at competitive prices that will NOT void your statutory warranty. Most dealers won’t mention that your new car does NOT need to be serviced by them to maintain statutory warranty.

Facts about your new car's statutory warranty:

-A DTM service will NOT void your statutory warranty

-DTM follows all the strict procedures recommended by your vehicles manufacturer

-DTM has the latest diagnostic techniques specifically designed for newly released cars.

-Our service technicians are in continual training to stay up-to-date with modern vehicle technology.

-DTM only uses suitable qualified parts and equipment on all servicing.

-DTM will discuss and explain all work required for your service before hand, so there are no surprises on final billing.

-DTM will give your vehicle handbook the stamp of approval.

When your service is finished, we will stamp your vehicles handbook as a record of regular maintenance. This can be very important when it comes to getting a higher resale value for your vehicle.

 

General servicing & Engine repairs

It's recommended you service your vehicle every 5,000km. Talk to our technicians about your next vehicle service.

Regular car servicing will eliminate undue vehicle stress that could lead to inconvenient breakdowns and expensive repairs. A clean engine through regular servicing, will increase the life of your vehicle and reduce running costs.

Our general vehicle service includes:

Changing oil and oil filter using quality Australian oil.

Removal of wheels and checking brakes.

Checking tyre condition and pressure.

Checking all fluid levels i.e. radiator, battery, brake and clutch fluids, gear box and diff oil levels.

Check all lights and wipers for correct operation.

Under body inspection.

 

General Repairs

All general repairs are carried out at DTM. This includes brake and clutch repairs,new tyres (supplied, balanced and fitted), cam belt replacement, exchange engines supplied and fitted.

DTM also do pre-purchase vehicle inspections— an important decision making process to vehicle purchasing. Many faults are not always obvious with a test drive or visible when looking at the engine.

 

Auto Electrical

If you have a gremlin in your vehicle, 9 out of 10 times, it is an auto electrical problem. Have your auto electrics checked regularly to avoid any frustrating electrical problems

Talk to our DTM specialist to book in for an Auto electrical check on your vehicle.

Our qualified technicians are specifically trained to use the very latest technical equipment to detect any faults and bugs found in your vehicles electrical systems. 90% of gremlins found in vehicles end up being electrical problems. These auto electrical faults include CAM & crank senosors, 02 sensors, air flow meter & Electronic Control Unit.

Once a proper diagnosis has been made, our auto electricians will write up an accurate pricing quote before the commencement of any work. This ensures that any costs of of the repair are fully disclosed to the customer before any work starts.

We cover items such as radios, custom lights, central locking, power windows and many other electrical accessories.

Exchange starters and alternators are available.

  • Rebuilding service available.
  • All units have a minimum 12 months

 

Diagnostics

A complete diagnostics check will pick up any hidden faults with your vehicle.

Ask your DTM specialist about diagnostics on your vehicle.

An extensive range of testing equipment is available to our trained technicians for tuning your vehicle or diagnosing a particular problem. With a professional diagnostic check you can be assured that all areas of your vehicle are covered and assessed.

This equipment includes:

Dyno dynamics dynamometer

Bosch tunescope and four gas analyser

Hi scan data scanner

Coda interface software and flow gauge

Electrajet diagnostic software and tester

Hi speed air fuel ratio meter

 

Brakes & clutches

If you experience any of the problems listed below your vehicle is at risk of causing a serious accident. Don't put yourself or your family in danger, seek advice immediately.

It's recommended you have brake & clutch checked every 3 months. Talk to our technicians about checking your brakes and clutch.

Brakes and clutches are a vital part of any vehicle. There are a number of tell tale signs to indicate any problems with your brake or clutch, however, often by the time it is evident, repair costs are higher. It is important to have regular checks to keep your brakes and clutch in good order and keep your vehicle occupants safe.

Brakes

If your car shows signs of brake shudder, excessive brake dust or uneven brake pad wear, you could have major problems with your vehicle

-Vibrations found in the steering wheel, brake pedal or the entire vehicle can be caused by the disc rotor surface being scored, loose brake components or faulty steering components.

-Hard or low (soft) brake pedal could mean restricted brake lines, seized calipers or wheel cylinders, or damaged brake linings. Soft brake pedal indicates adjustment required or more serious problems.

-Brake grab is a sign of contamination of the braking surface or a component getting ready to fail - usually in an extreme braking situation.

-Pulling to one side when braking, could mean; low tyre pressure, seized callipers or brake adjustment required. Drag is caused by your brakes failing to release, which leads to poor economy and eventually brake failure.

-Excessive squeaking, grinding or chatter requires attention. Correct fitment procedure by experienced brake technicians is paramount in eliminating these noises.

Clutches

If you car is suffering from any of the following, you may need to repair or replace your clutch

-Difficult gear selection or the clutch won't release

-Shudders or a juddery clutch

-Clutch drag and/or vibration to clutch pedal

-Any clutch noises or rattles

-Slipping Clutch