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With over 260 stores, mycar is just around the corner.
We know how much you value convenience. It’s why we have over 260 stores across the country, with more planned for the future. It’s just another way we put our customers first.
Find the right tyres for the right price
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Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. If you’re in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, we can come to you. Tell me more
We believe consistent service gets consistent results.
Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. We can come to you.
Don’t wait ‘til your car starts shaking. Regular wheel alignment checks improve fuel economy and reduce
As an authorised logbook service provider with the latest diagnostic equipment, we’ll service your
vehicle so you can maintain your new car warranty.
This is a great option If you’ve got an older car or you don’t want to stick to your car manufacturer’s
preferred servicing schedule.
If you operate a fleet, we can help with all your tyre, car repair and car servicing needs. We have over
260 stores located Australia-wide.
Get your rego done super-fast at one of our Authorised Inspection Stations in NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT, NT, TAS
Find the right battery at the right price that will fit most vehicles.
We work on customer relationships, as much as we work on cars.
Finding solutions with sophisticated scanning and diagnostic equipment.
Regular checks will help ensure your family is safe on the road.
Whether your car’s a manual or an automatic, we keep it running smoothly.
Avoid overheating and costly engine repairs with regular checks.
Solutions to reduce engine noise and pollution and improve performance.
The right advice can reduce maintenance and running costs.
Buy and fit 4 selected tyres in one transaction to get 10¢ off per litre in a single transaction up to 150L, once per week, for 8 consecutive weeks at Shell Coles Express.
Our free Tyre Care Plan gives you a 30-day tyre satisfaction guarantee, 12-month road hazard warranty, free puncture repair and Tyrelife Saver Program.
Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. If you’re in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, we can come to you.
Buy two or more tyres, and you’re eligible for services like a FREE wheel balance, tyre rotation or air pressure check. Who doesn’t love free stuff?
With over 96% of Australians driving an extra 1,500km per year to help put their baby to sleep, we understand the importance of a car serviced so smoothly that it could put a baby to sleep.
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OUR TEAM LOOK AFTER YOU AND YOUR TEAM
Without a doubt, our biggest investment is in our team. We’re proud to train our staff to new and higher industry standards in service quality. And it all starts with one simple thought – people come first.
'Check Engine' light comes on
Jarring transition into next gear
Car 'hesitate' or 'refuses' to go into next gear
If this happens, check your fluid, it could be low. If that’s not the case, get it checked by a mycar mechanic.
Clinking, humming, scratching, or snapping noises could indicate a number of different problems. Always have suspicious noises checked out.
A slipping clutch
Could indicate that the friction material on the clutch disc is worn out.
Noisy in neutral
Get to a mycar mechanic. if this is happening to your car. It usually means you have some worn out parts that need replacing.
A sticking clutch
Could be a broken clutch cable, a defective master cylinder, or air in the hydraulic system.
A hard clutch
If you have to apply too much pressure to get the clutch to work it could be a clutch cable problem or a blockage in the hydraulics.
Delay when going into gear
This could mean you need a new clutch.
A burning smell
Have this seen to straight away. It could mean that your transmission fluid is overheating and wreaking havoc within the transmission.
Shaking or rumbling could indicate a problem with your gears.
Car is difficult to change gear in cold temperatures
You may need to change to a lighter oil, but check with your mycar mechanic first.
A manual transmission does need servicing, although this usually includes less complicated tasks, such as replacing the fluids and/or making minor adjustments. Clutch repairs and transmission servicing should always be carried out by a professional. Guess what? We can usually find a few of those.
Automatic transmissions are a bit fiddlier. They need regular servicing to ensure maximum performance and efficiency. Our transmission servicing package includes tasks such as draining the transmission fluid, removing and cleaning the oil pan, inspecting fluid condition, full transmission flushes and checking for leaks.
In simple terms, the clutch keeps the engine from stalling. Imagine that the engine is spinning at all times. When the wheels need to stop, but the engine needs to continue spinning, the clutch allows the transmission to become disconnected from the engine through the control of friction.
A clutch consists of a cover, a clutch plate, a flywheel, a pressure plate, a diaphragm spring and a thrust bearing. Inside an automatic transmission, there is a complex assortment of parts in a fairly small space. Among other things there are a planetary gear set, a set of locking bands, clutches, a hydraulic system, and an oil pump to move transmission fluid around.
All mycar stores are equipped with high-technology engine management scanning equipment to assess your vehicle transmission systems and identify faults. The system generates codes for Antilock Braking Systems, airbags, transmission and other systems. As cars develop technically, more sophisticated equipment is now required to perform even simple tasks, like resetting service lights, performing a wheel alignment or rotating the wheels. All work is backed by our industry-leading Australia-wide guarantee.
*Based on the information you entered. We recommend that our technicians inspect your car to provide a final diagnosis.