Te Anau auto services


Car Batteries are a common cause of issues with a car breakdowns.  Te Anau Auto Services are authorized Century Battery stockist and have battery trained technicians to help in deciding which car battery is right for your vehicle.



A clean car exhaust and muffler system is a sign that your vehicle is running well. If your car exhaust seems loud or dirty, it’s best to get it checked out. We can inspect your exhaust system in as little as 10 minutes, and exhaust inspections are included in all vehicle services.



If your brakes are squealing, pulling the vehicle to one side or making your steering wheel shake, then it’s time to take advantage of our brake repair & brake pad services. Brakes can degrade due to simple wear and tear, which can be difficult for vehicle owners to see the changes. We can test your braking system and make any repairs necessary. Brake hoses and fluid can also be checked and replaced if necessary.



Te Anau Auto Services provide clutch service or repair depending on your vehicle’s requirements.

Clutch Service – this involves checking the free play (adjustment) in the clutch cable and adjusting if necessary, checking the clutch fluid (hydraulic system) and road testing vehicle.



A cambelt/timing belt is situated in the front or side of your engine behind the plastic cambelt covers. This belt has been designed to be replaced generally every five years or 100,000kms. Failure of this belt can result in expensive engine repairs.


We offer a complete range of suspension, shock absorber and steering services. Suspension keeps tyres in contact with the road surface, and eliminates road shock. Shock absorbers are a key part of the suspension system.


A radiator is vital to the health of your engine; ensuring that it does not overheat and maintains an optimum operating temperature. A radiator cools the liquid that in turns cools your engine, thereby maintaining the correct operating temperature. The Mechanics offer a full range of radiator and cooling system repairs and services.



Your alternator is responsible for turning your car’s mechanical energy into electrical current. In more modern vehicles, alternator problems can be indicated by a warning light on the dashboard that will automatically come on once the electrical output of the alternator drops below a certain level.



A rubber boot is designed to keep grease in and dirt out of the joint these boots split regularly and to maintain the condition of the CV joints, need to be replaced.