L-Japan Auto Service, Inc. in Greenville, offers comprehensive diagnostic and full service repair, We pay attention to the details like using factory parts for repair while keeping your car interior clean as we work. Come and experience the difference in price and quality available at L-Japan Automotive Services
Service check engine light
VDC, TPMS, SAS, ESC
Lights & Electrical
Engine Overhaul, Cylinder head,
Factory maintenance schedule,
Heating, Air Conditioning, Suspension and Steering
Wheels bearing noise
Brake - tires Replacement
Including free 19 point inspection, Fluid topper off additional charge
Start $155.00 - $195.00 depend on vehicle
Service K above Cars, light truck, up to 5qt Standard oil, oil filter, air filter element and cabin air filter change rotate tires including maintenance light reset and 49 point inspections, option Japanese fully synthetic oil Idemitsu "Certified Mark" $30.00 more,
Clean batter terminal corrosion, $15.0
Labor $45.00, plus differential fluid
Brake pad set Power Stop Evolution Ceramic and Resurface Rotor $185
Windshield wiper blade, start 10 - 15
''We don't replacement your owner parts, sorry it don't work that way''
Cars, light truck, does not include camber bolt replacement or adjustment
Doesn't include electrical open wire diagram and tracing
A/C freon servic, $125:00 + $15:00 freon,
Buy used car for inspection, $45.00
Why Should You Consider These Tires? Designed for today’s passenger cars and mini-vans. Combines the responsive handling of a performance tire with the comfort of a passenger tire.
Asked how much to replace part?
We diagnostic before replace parts, still cheaper then replace parts but still not work
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1300 Blue Ridge Drive, Greenville, SC 29617, us
Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: By appointment
Alignment Hunter HawkEye Elite
What made me been in Automotive industry? In teen age, I was work my own bicycle just about everyday disassembly & reassembly, my father said I am craze worked on my bicycle forgot to eat dinner, When I am 17 years old my dreamed to be Automotive Engineering, But I change my major to Auto Technician, Because I have been cheap mechanic shop and Dealer that worked my cars in the past.
I began my career as an automotive technician in 1994 when I entered the Automotive Service Training program at Greenville Technical College. After graduation, I had the opportunity to work in the service departments of some car dealerships in the Greenville area. This experience was invaluable in honing my technical and service skills, I am a fast learning and I taught myself a lot of technique to get the job done right first time ''I know how you feel, honest and trust