Pickup Truck Repairs & More | Milford, NH
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Pickup Truck Mechanics in Milford, NH
4x4 Mechanic & 4x4 Repair in Milford, NH
4×4 Transfer Case Repair:
Transfer case fluid change: Regular fluid changes are crucial to the longevity and proper functioning of the transfer case. This service typically involves draining the old fluid, cleaning the magnetic drain plug, and refilling the case with the manufacturer’s recommended fluid.
Transfer case inspection and repair: A thorough inspection of the transfer case and its components, such as gears, bearings, and seals, can help identify any potential issues. If any problems are detected, the mechanic will repair or replace the affected components.
Transfer case seal replacement: Over time, seals can wear out and cause fluid leaks. Replacing these seals helps prevent further damage to the transfer case and other components.
Driveshaft inspection and repair: The driveshaft is an essential component that connects the transfer case to the axles. Regular inspection and maintenance of the driveshaft, including checking for wear, damage, or imbalance, can ensure proper vehicle operation.
Axle and differential service: Regular inspection and maintenance of the axles and differentials, including fluid changes, are essential to keep the 4×4 system functioning correctly.
Hub and wheel bearing service: Wheel bearings and locking hubs play a critical role in the four-wheel-drive system. Regular inspection, cleaning, and greasing of these components help to ensure smooth operation and reduce wear.
Electronic 4×4 system diagnosis and repair: Modern four-wheel-drive systems often use electronic controls to engage and disengage the four-wheel drive. A mechanic can diagnose and repair any issues related to the electronic components of the system.
Suspension and steering component inspection and repair: Regular inspection and maintenance of the suspension and steering components, such as ball joints, tie rod ends, and control arms, ensure the truck handles properly and safely.
Brake system inspection and maintenance: Regular brake service, including pad and rotor replacement, fluid changes, and line inspections, helps maintain the vehicle’s stopping power and safety.
Tire rotation and alignment: Rotating and aligning the tires ensures even wear and prolongs tire life, which is especially important for 4×4 trucks that may experience more demanding driving conditions.
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- Ford F-150 (1975-present)
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GMC Sierra 1500
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GMC Sierra 3500HD
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- Dodge Ram (1981-2010)
- Dodge Ramcharger (1974-1993)
- Dodge Dakota (1987-2011)
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- Ram 3500 (1994-present)
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Toyota Tundra (2000-present)
Toyota Tacoma (1995-present)
Toyota T100 (1993-1998)
Toyota Hilux (1979-1983)
Toyota 4Runner (1984-present)
Nissan Frontier (1997-present)
Nissan Titan (2004-present)
Nissan Hardbody Truck (1986-1997)
- Nissan Pathfinder (1986-present)
Honda Ridgeline (2006-present)
Jeep Gladiator (1962-1988)
Jeep Comanche (1986-1992)
Jeep J-Series (1963-1987)
Jeep FC (1956-1965)
Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler (1981-1986)
Jeep Wrangler Pickup (2019-present)