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Perfect Garage Ltd


As well as nearly all mechanical repairs on vehicles, WE also have vast knowledge in vehicle programming, Airbag faults, ECU or Body control module problems. With years of experience and working alongside many different main dealer technicians from many brands, there are not many faults we can't find or fix, even if we have to make a call or two to a friend in the trade.



Engine block


Our professional mechanics at the beginning will do diagnostics check, to properly recognize out your engine unacceptable performance belong to an internal problem or external problem.

Then after confirmed report to the vehicle owner and full estimate repair charges or rebuild the engine, typically begin to repair or rebuild the whole engine.

  • Poor lubrication
  • Failing oil pump
  • Oil deposits and debris
  • Full Inspection
  • Engine rebuild
  • Leaking engine oil
  • Blocked engine radiators
  • Prolonged engine detonation
  • Damaged oxygen sensors
  • Aged spark plugs
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Even with the minimal information, you know how vehicle brake is important in your failing MOT test, Although bad performance brake will typically involve your life in potential danger on road. Our mechanics will check your whole brake system to find why to deliver a terrible performance, then they will change and replace with genuine parts and accessory or repair your brake system.

  • Brake Repairs
  • Brake Light On
  • Wobbling, Vibration or Scraping When Braking
  • Leaking Fluid
  • Spongy or Soft Brake Pedal
  • Car Pulling to One Side When Braking
  • Burning Smell While Driving
  • Bouncing Up and Down When You Stop Short
black and gray car gear shift lever


Even your Gearbox need, maintenance, repair or reconditioning – it is critical in working good order, unacceptable performance or the noisy gearbox will impact on your vehicle. After diagnostics check we estimate all charges and time, when you confirm then repair will begin. All our parts manufactured by high-quality brands and materials.

  • Fluid Spilt Under the Car
  • Car Shaking with Grinding Noise During Gear Shifts
  • Burning Smell
  • Car Doesn’t Slot Into Gear
  • Gears Full Inspection
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One of the most valued parts in the vehicle is Clutch. A clutch remains a general issue in any cars that need service and repair every year. Our professional clutch repair mechanic able to carry out this ordinary problem. We work with all, make and models. Primitively, we diagnose your faulty clutch to include clutch slip, clutch judder and clutch drag. Clutch judder is caused by an incorrect alignment of the clutch parts. At that time, we estimated the charges fee and began the clutch repair or clutch replacement after agreement.

  • Clutch Replacement
  • Strange Clutch Noises
  • Getting Into Gear Is Difficult
  • Flywheels Change
  • Clutch Plates Change
  • Pressure Plates
  • Clutch Forks Repair
  • The Clutch Pedal Feels Wrong


Suspension failure is one of the MOT failures, if you don't bother repairing your suspension then will make driving recklessly for your on-road. Issues with your suspension represent not need completely down impact to your car, This can direct to many issues including in humid climate. We have Free suspension diagnostic checking all the vital suspension components including the shock absorbers and springs. At that point, we report all failures to the vehicle owner and after confirmation. repair or replacement suspension process will start.

  • Pulling to one side when driving
  • Feeling every bump
  • Coil Springs Change
  • Difficulty when steering
  • Change Suspension
  • Repair Springs
  • One corner sits low
  • Diving, rolling and/or squatting
  • Oily shock absorbers

Other Services


All You Need To Know


The owners manual of your vehicle has a detailed section outlining the intervals that your car should be serviced. The schedule also lists the items that need particular attention at each of those intervals. Most modern cars have a service reminder light that illuminates on the dashboard when your service is due.

If you own an older car or don’t have the owners manual then the general rule of thumb for oil and filter change is every 7000 miles or 6 monthly, whichever comes first.

The time taken to service your car varies depending on the service interval e.g. the service relevant to the number of kilometres you’ve travelled or age of your car in months since purchase, whichever comes first. The average time for a standard service is 1-1.5 hours. You will need to allow more time for major services which involve attention to additional items such as: air; cabin and fuel filters; brake fluid and coolant; transmission and other lubricants; timing belts and so on.