Routine maintenance on your vehicle is the best way to avoid high cost repairs and breakdowns.
Manufacturer recommended maintenance is crucial to keeping your vehicle performing well and lasting longer.
Peace of mind is knowing your car is in the best condition possible, when you take it on the road.
Since 1980, automobiles have become more and more electronically complex.
To keep up with technology advances, our mechanics regularly update their skill sets through extensive training courses and certification.
We utilize the latest diagnostic equipment in our shop to assist our mechanics in accurately troubleshooting any issues your vehicle may be experiencing.
Fisher Automotive is a full-service facility dedicated to the restoration, support, preservation & enhancement of classic cars.
Fisher Auto is Mississauga's premier restoration shop. We handle all aspects of restoration from the daily driver to concourse-ready autos. We work closely with our customers to determine their needs while respecting their budget and expectations.
We don’t just restore cars we build your ultimate dream car.
Simply put, we have the expertise and experience to do everything SAAB.
No matter the issue, our SAAB trained technicians will troubleshoot and repair your daily driver and make it road worthy in no time.
Look to Fisher Automotive to be your only choice for expert SAAB service.
You can even book your service appointment online.
TPMS-Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Is your dashboard displaying the TPMS symbol? If you just purchased a newer vehicle, this light may have you scratching your head wondering what it means.
TPMS is a warning system that warns a vehicle's operator of a potentially unsafe change in the air pressure in one or more of the tires. If a 25% drop in tire pressure occurs the TPMS light will turn on. TPMS readings are provided by pressure sensing transmitters mounted inside each tire and sent to a central computer (ECU) for display on the vehicles dashboard.
Many factors affect tire pressure including ambient temperature changes and tire damage such as punctures. Tire pressure drops about 1 psi for every 10°F drop in ambient temperature. Additionally, tires can lose as much as 1.5 psi per month as air escapes the tire and rim naturally.
If the TPMS warning light comes ON and flashes ON for one second and OFF for three seconds, this indicates a malfunction with the vehicle's TPMS system. If the TPMS warning light comes ON and stays ON, take caution. One or more of your tires may have a low-pressure condition, slow the vehicle and park in a safe and secure place, then inspect all tires for punctures and then check the air pressure with a gauge. The correct air pressure for your vehicle can be found in the car manual, on the tire or inside car door panel. Once the tires are properly inflated the TPMS light should go off.
Properly inflated tires save money at the pump and are critical to stability, traction, steering and braking. Improperly inflated tires experience a shortened life span due to uneven wear.
If your TPMS light is still on after topping up the air pressure in your tires, bring it in to Fisher Auto for further diagnostics.Book Appt
Spring "Peace Of Mind" Service
- Up to 5 litres of Oil
- Oil Filter
- Air Filter Inspection
- Tire Rotation & Pressure Check
- Cooling System Check
- All fluid level Check
- Battery Test
- Front & Rear Brake Inspection
- Exaust & Suspension System Inspection
- Written Report
- Manufacturer Recall Check
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