Computer Diagnostics / Engines & Transmissions / Shocks & Struts / Custom Exhaust Tune-Up / Oil & Lube / Electrical Diagnosis / Large selection of tires in stock / A/C Service / Minor Welding & Fabricating & MUCH more!
Brakes are one of the most important safety features on your car. Ensuring you have proper braking power should be a top priority, whether your vehicle is intended for the track or the open road. Every vehicle needs regular brake services and replacement periodically. That’s why it’s important to make sure you have your brakes regularly maintained by experts who can spot problems and make recommendations before they become unsafe.
A wheel alignment is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker's specification. The purpose of these adjustments is maximum tire life and vehicle-travel that is straight and true when driving along a straight and level road.
Though the suggested time between tune-ups varies depending on the year and make of your vehicle, we suggest maintenance every 40,000 miles. We perform in-depth and complete tune-ups for vehicles of all kinds. This process involves checking and adjusting all primary and secondary systems in your vehicle. As the goal of a tune-up is keep your engine healthy, we run through a list, checking every component for proper function.
Common Maintenance Tasks
Change the engine oil and fuel filters.
Inspect or replace windshield wipers & add fluid
Inspect tires for pressure and wear.
Tire balancing & rotation
Check or clean battery terminals.
Check or refill brake/transmission/power steering fluids.
Check and refill engine coolant.
Inspect or replace air filters.
Inspect or replace spark plugs.
And much more!
THE RIGHT-N-TIGHT STORY
My interest in cars began as a child, working with my grandfather in his barn. I acquired my first vehicle - a broken-down '67 Olds 88 - from a family friend that told me if I could fix it, it was mine. And after a year of work, it finally was!
I started my mechanical career in high school, where I took distributive education classes - starting with small engine repair - then taking auto shop for another two years. I continued my education at Denver Automotive & Diesel College in Denver, Colorado.
I started Right-n-Tight Service in 1998. My mission then was the same as it is today: to be honest and fair with every customer who entrusts their vehicle to me and to repair their vehicle as if it were my own.
The name Right-n-Tight was inspired by my grandfather who taught me to double-check my work and make sure it is right and tight. At Right-n-Tight, we're true to our name, so you can rest easy knowing your car is in good hands.
6770 Whitneyville Ave SE
Alto, MI 49302
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM