Why is a Multi Point Vehicle Health Inspection Important?

  • Safety: Ensuring the safety of the driver and passengers by detecting potential issues before they lead to accidents or breakdowns.
  • Preventative Maintenance: Identifying and addressing minor problems early to prevent costly and major repairs in the future.
  • Reliability: Increasing the reliability of the vehicle, instilling confidence in its performance.
  • Resale Value: Enhancing the resale value of the vehicle with a well-documented history of regular inspections and maintenance.
  • Fuel Efficiency: Improving fuel efficiency, leading to cost savings on fuel and reduced environmental impact.

  • What's Included in a Multi Point Vehicle Health Inspection?

    Visual and Functional Inspections

    • Battery Condition (including cables)
    • Belts: engine, accessory, serpentine, and/or V-drive
    • Hoses: engine, power steering and HVAC
    • Engine air cleaner filter
    • Gas struts on hood or latch for wear and hold open ability
    • Suspension components
    • Steering components and steering linkage
    • CV drive axle boots or drive shafts and U-joints
    • Evaporative control system
    • Exhausted system components and nearby heat shield
    • Sunroof track & seal (if equipped)
    • Lubricate: lock cylinder, hood hinges, lift gate hinges, steel fuel door hinges, weather strips, chassis components
    • Passenger compartment air filters
    • Starter switch operation
    • Ignition control operation
    • Automatic transmission park mechanisms holding ability
    • Automatic transmission shift lock control function
    • Accelerator pedal for damage, high effort or binding
    • Safety belt reminder lights
    • Safety belts, buckles, latch plates, retractors & anchors
    • All lights (including signals)

    Brake Inspection

    • Front and rear brake lining measurement
    • Lower brake lining measurement
    • Brake system (including lines and hoses)
    • Parking Brake

    Fluid Level Inspection

    • Windshield washer
    • Brake fluid resevoir
    • Transmission (if equipped with dipstick)
    • Coolant recovery resevoir
    • Power steering
    • Engine oil
    • Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) (if required)

    Visible Leak Inspection

    • Fuel system (also including gas cap seating)
    • Engine
    • Transmission
    • Drive axle
    • Transfer case
    • Engine cooling system
    • Shocks and struts - also check operation

    Tire Inspection

    • Wear/damage
    • Check tires and tire tread depth
    • Rotation
    • Tire pressure
    • Reset tire pressure monitor system
    • Alignment needed
    • Balancing needed
    • Wheel lug nut torque check
    • Vehicle's tire sealant expiration date (if equipped)
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