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  • RV (MOTORHOME) TRANSMISSION SERVICE / REPAIR

    Thursday 30 October 2014

    Sunshine provides service and can facilitate the removal and replacement of transmissions for most RVs in-house, working with you on your choice of either rebuild or replacement of the original. Sunshine is very experienced in the diagnosis, removal and replacement of recreational vehicle, class A and C gas engine transmissions. Class A diesel pushers are better to go to a diesel truck shop. We do work with them, if you want us to handle the job from beginning to end. We in... read more

  • OIL CHANGE, RENO AND SPARKS NV

    Monday 25 August 2014

    Oil Change, Chassis Lube and 27 Point Inspection An oil change is required at intervals established by your vehicle manufacturer, and is relative to the kind of oil you use, be it conventional, a synthetic blend, or a full synthetic oil. At Sunshine, we also perform a complete 27 point vehicle inspection at the time of the oil change, which includes a brake check, along with the inspection of all belts, hoses and fluids. We use Castrol Motor Oil... read more

  • RV SERVICE AND REPAIR

    Wednesday 20 August 2014

    Tune-Ups Engine Cooling System Brakes, Shocks Front-end Alignments on all size RVs, including travel trailers, horse and boat trailers Suspension Engine Diagnostics Engine Repair Lube-Oil-Filter Performance Upgrades Drivetrain Chassis Driveline Dash Air Conditioning We are an authorized... read more

  • HEATER CORE REPLACEMENT

    Sunday 10 August 2014

    Here is an example of a Dodge Neon that had a bad heater core. To remove and replace the heater core requires the entire removal and replacement of the steering column, dashboard and miscellaneous other components. It requires the better part of the day for a mechanic to do. On many cars, the heater core is a simple project, but with many modern designs there is more work required. Here are a few photos to give you an example of how much work is involved. It’s a job you would only... read more

  • BOAT TRAILER BRAKES AND WHEEL BEARING GREASE PACKS

    Friday 01 August 2014

    Spring and Summer is the time of year that we like to get our boats in the water without any roadside repair or unexpected event. Last year, when your trailer was sitting in water while you launched the boat, the brakes and wheel bearings were submerged in water for a few minutes, the bearings sat in water, and then they sat without moving all winter. To ensure your boating season is safe, it’s always a good idea to have your brakes checked and your wheel bearings checked for grease... read more

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