CAR repair

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Is your car acting up? Swing by our workshop for a quality car repair, and we’ll sort out any issues at a competitive price. Can’t make it over? No problem! Our mobile mechanics will come to you. Whether it’s engine trouble, worn brake pads, or electrical glitches, our mechanics can sort it our for you. 

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Our Car Repair Service can take care of:

We provide a wide range of mechanical services both at our Molendinar workshop and through our mobile mechanic service.

Timing Belts

Suspension Service

Car Repair

Below are just some of the most common problems we fix for our customers.

Mechanical Issues

Our car repair service covers a wide range of mechanical problems. We diagnose and repair issues with your engine, transmission, brakes, steering, and more. If your car is making strange noises, shaking, or having trouble starting, it’s probably time to give us a visit. Our mechanics will inspect your vehicle thoroughly to identify the root cause of the problem. From addressing issues with your brakes, such as squeaking or grinding, to resolving transmission problems like slipping gears, our car repair covers it all. For any mechanical issues, gives us a shout.

Electrical Issues

It’s common for people to experience problems like faulty headlights, blown fuses, faulty horns, dead car batteries, or blown alternators. These issues can pose serious risks when driving around Gold Coast, especially at night. That’s why it’s important to address them right away. At our workshop, we’re here to help fix these problems and get you back on the road safely. Come to us when it’s time to replace a blown fuse, fixing a faulty horn, or diagnosing issues with your battery or alternator. Don’t wait until it’s too late – let us take care of these issues for you.

Engine Problems

Over time, every engine may require repairs. If you notice common signs like starting issues, poor mileage, or idling and stalling, it’s important to book your car repair right away. Ignoring these signs could lead to more severe engine damage, resulting in higher repair costs. We’ll diagnose and repair engine issues to prevent further damage.

Clutch Repairs

Is your clutch slipping? Are you having trouble shifting gears properly? If you are, it’s likely time for a clutch adjustment or car repair. Issues with your clutch or manual transmission are critical and shouldn’t be overlooked. Ignoring these problems could lead to more severe damage and costly repairs down the road.

Worn Brake Pads

Having brakes that work properly is super important for keeping you, your passengers, and other drivers safe on the road.

Tyre change and wheel alignment done during car repair at coastwide service centre

Book A Service or Get In Touch

Use the form here or the contact info below to get in touch with our team with your enquiry or booking request.

07 5527 8698

0430 460 267

4/8 Reichert Dr, Molendinar



Why is my car engine shaking?

Your car engine might shake because:

Engine Misfire: Sometimes, one or more engine parts don’t work right, causing shaking.
Bad Spark Plugs: If the spark plugs are old or broken, the engine might shake.
Fuel Problems: Issues with fuel parts can make the engine shake.
Airflow Issues: Problems with airflow parts can affect how the engine works, making it shake.
Engine Mounts: If the parts holding the engine are worn out, the engine might shake more.
Exhaust Troubles: If the exhaust system has leaks or blockages, it can cause shaking.

It’s important to have a mechanic check what’s causing the shaking to keep you safe on the road.

How to check transmission fluid?

To check transmission fluid:

Park your car on level ground and keep the engine running.
Locate the transmission fluid dipstick, usually near the engine.
Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean with a rag, and reinsert it fully.
Pull it out again and check the fluid level. It should be between the “Min” and “Max” marks.
If it’s low, add transmission fluid slowly through the dipstick tube.
Recheck the level and replace the dipstick securely when done.

Remember to consult your car manual for specific instructions and safety precautions. Or better yet, come visit us for a quick car repair.

How to fix dim car headlights?

To fix dim car headlights:

Clean the headlights: You can clean the headlights using a headlight cleaning kit or mild soap and water. If you’re not comfortable doing it yourself, we can clean them for you.
Adjust the headlights: Check the headlight alignment and adjust them if needed. 
Replace the bulbs: You can replace the bulbs with new ones if they’re old or faulty. 
Check the wiring: Inspect the wiring for any damage or corrosion. If you find any issues, we can repair or replace the wiring for you.
Check the voltage: Come in for a car repair, we can perform a thorough electrical system check during to check that.

If you’re unable to fix the issue yourself, feel free to schedule an appointment for a car repair with us, and our experienced mechanics will take care of it for you.

How do check worn brake pads?

To check for worn brake pads, you can visually inspect them through the openings in your wheel rims. Look for the brake pad material against the metal rotor. If the pad thickness is less than 6 millimetres, it’s likely time for brake pads replacement. You may also hear squealing or grinding noises when braking, which could indicate worn brake pads. If you’re unsure or uncomfortable with inspecting your brakes yourself, it’s best to have a mechanic check them for you. They can provide a thorough inspection and advise you on any necessary repairs or replacements.

How long can I drive with worn brake pads?

It’s not safe to drive with worn brake pads, as they can greatly reduce your ability to stop your vehicle safely. Worn brake pads can increase stopping distances and potentially lead to brake failure. If you suspect your brake pads are worn, it’s best to have them inspected during out car repair service and then replaced as soon as possible. Continuing to drive with worn brake pads can put you and others at risk of accidents and injuries.