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    Auto Inspection Services in East Moriches

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    Business Listing   East Moriches Automotive - East Moriches, NY - Phone: (631) 878-3548

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    Helpful Definition for: Auto Inspection Services

    'Auto Inspection Services' is the process through which mainly used cars, when re-sold, are verified from everything that is possible to check and report oil pressure at startup and on the road, on cars fitted with an oil pressure gauge. In East Moriches, during auto inspection, there can be check for 'blow-by' and cross contamination of fluids by removing the oil filler cap, radiator cap and dipstick. If there are internal issues with the engine they will likely be evident here if not on the test-drive in East Moriches.

    Also in East Morichesauto inspection services include the condition of body and paint, dents, scratches, tires and wheels, glass, interior, missing parts, oil leaks, electrical items, and drive train performance. When possible, the vehicle may be test-driven to verify transmission and engine operation. The inspector will look over the interior and exterior of the vehicle for any obvious damage.

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