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·       Who we are  

Cameron’s Auto Repairs was established in 1977 on 83 St Vincent Street Port-of-Spain.  General body repairs and Painting were the first set of services offered. 

As the company expanded over the years, other services followed.  They include wrecking and storage services, general body and mechanical repairs; tune up, A/C repairs and services.  Windshield and window glass installation, as well as electrical and auto upholstery.

Used cars and parts are sold at “old time prices,” and our customers take advantage of the “one stop shopping” service provided.    

In addition to this, Service is our number one priority, and we guarantee the best service at affordable prices.  We offer courtesy service vehicles to all customers whose vehicles are insured and in good standing by a recognised and reputable Insurance company.

We are equipped with all modern body repairs equipment and facilities.  For example our 360-degree Revolutionary Chassis Liner Framing machine, which ensures full restoration and realignment of any damage vehicle back to manufacturing specification.   

·       What we do

Before After

·       Services

ü      Free Wrecking Service on all Authorised Repairs with 7 days

ü      Courtesy service vehicles provided to all customers whose vehicles are insured by a reputable insurance company, recognised by the company.

ü      General Body & Mechanical Repairs

ü      Tune Up A/C Repairs & Service

ü      Windshield & Windows Glass Installation

ü      Used Part & Used Car Sales

ü      Wrecking & Storage Service

ü      Buffing & Car Detailing

ü      Estimates

ü      Car Rentals

·       Where are we

Conveniently located in the heart of Port-of-Spain where you could have your Fender or Bumper repaired or painted within 8 hours of your office time!

Our offices are at 83 & 108 St Vincent Street Port-of Spain.

·       Car Tips

Preventative Maintenance Check List

Vehicle System or Part

Check Weekly

Check Monthly

Check Every 2 Months

Special Note

Air Filter

 

 

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Check the air filter every other month. Replace it when it's dirty or as part of a tune-up. It is easy to reach, right under the big metal "lid", in a carbureted engine; or in a rectangular box at the forward end of the air duct hose assembly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Battery

Use extreme caution when handling a battery since it can produce explosive gases. Do not smoke, create a spark or light a match near a battery and always wear protective glasses and gloves. Have it checked with every oil change. Cables should be attached securely and be free of corrosion. If battery has filler holes, add only clear odourless drinking water.

 

 

 

Belts

 

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Inspect belts and hoses monthly. Replace worn, glazed or frayed belts. Tighten them when more than 1/2" of slack can be depressed between the pulleys. Vehicles with spring loaded belt tensioners require no adjustment. Replace bulging, rotten or brittle hoses and tighten clamps. If a hose looks bad, or feels too soft or too hard, it should be replaced.

Brake Fluid

 

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Check brake fluid monthly. First, wipe dirt from the brake master cylinder reservoir lid. Pry off the retainer clip and remove the lid or unscrew plastic lid, depending on which type your vehicle has. If you need fluid, add the approved type and check for possible leaks throughout the system. Fill to mark on reservoir. Caution: Do Not Overfill.

Engine Oil

 

 

 

Check oil every other fill up. Remove the dipstick, wipe it clean. insert it fully and remove it again. If it is low, add oil. To maintain peak performance, change oil every 3,000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first. Replace oil filter with every oil change.

Exhaust

 

 

 

Look underneath for loose or broken exhaust clamps and supports. Check for holes in muffler or pipes. Replace rusted or damaged parts. Have emission checked at least once per year for compliance with local laws.

Hoses

 

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Inspect belts and hoses monthly. Replace worn, glazed or frayed belts. Tighten them when more than 1/2" of slack can be depressed between the pulleys. Vehicles with spring loaded belt tensioners require no adjustment. Replace bulging, rotten or brittle hoses and tighten clamps. If a hose looks bad, or feels too soft or too hard, it should be replaced.

Lights

 

 

 

Be sure all your lights are clean and working, including brake lights, turn signals and emergency flashers. Keep spare bulbs and fuses in your vehicle.

Oil Filter

 

 

 

To maintain peak performance, change oil every 3,000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first. Replace oil filter with every oil change.

Power Steering Fluid

 

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Check power steering fluid level once per month. Simply remove the reservoir dipstick. If the level is down, add fluid and inspect the pump and hoses for leaks.

Shock Absorbers

 

 

 

Look for signs of oil seepage on shock absorbers, test shock action by bouncing the car up and down. The car should stop bouncing when you step back. Worn or leaking shocks should be replaced. Always replace shock absorbers in pairs.

Tires

 

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Keep tires inflated to recommended pressure (it helps to own your own gauge). Check for cuts, bulges and excessive tread wear. Uneven wear indicates tires are misaligned or out of balance. Keep a record of tire rotation. Rotate at the first 5,000 miles and every 7,500 miles thereafter.

Transmission Fluid

 

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Check transmission fluid monthly with engine warm and running, and parking brake on. Shift to drive, then to park. Remove dipstick, wipe dry, insert it and remove it again. Add the approved type fluid, if needed. Caution: Do Not Overfill!

Washer Fluid

 

 

 

Keep windshield washer fluid reservoir full. When topping off, use some windshield washer fluid on a rag to clean off the wiper blades. In the winter months, pay attention to the freezing point of the washer fluid.

Wiper Blades

 

 

 

Inspect windshield wiper blades whenever you clean your windshield. Do not wait until rubber is worn or brittle to replace them. Wiper blades should be replaced at least once per year, and more often if smearing or chattering occurs.


Contributed By:
Maintenance Awareness Program
In collaboration with:
Car Care Council


KEY COMPANY PERSONNEL:
Patrick Cameron - General Manager

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Cameron's Auto Repair & Wrecking Service
83 & 108 St. Vincent Street
Port of Spain
Trinidad

Phone: (868) 623-7281 , (868) 625-5472 , (868) 678-2710
Fax: 868 624 5611


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Last updated March 14th 2017