Services

We Never Compromise On Quality

At Fallon Automotive, we want our Sterling customers to have the opportunity to feel comfortable in their vehicle. That’s why we are dedicated to providing customers with quality services. Our goal is to make sure that our customers are delighted with their service experience with us.

Our Services Include

Brakes
Brake Pad & Shoe Replacement

Brake pad problems can usually be identified by squealing brakes. If your brake pads deteriorate completely, you’ll hear a grinding metal-on-metal sound when braking, meaning that it’s too late and you’re ruining your rotors or drums! Those with knowledge of auto repair may be able to fix this at home, but you should always see an auto repair professional immediately if you have brake problems.

Resurface Rotors

n a disc brake system, rotors are attached to your vehicle’s wheels. When the brake pads grip the rotor, they bring both the rotor and wheels to a stop. However, the friction causes grooves and cracks to appear over time. Resurfacing brings the rotor back to a “like-new” condition, reducing squealing and wobbling. Fallon Automotive will give your rotors a thorough inspection and recommend your best course of action.

Caliper Replacement

The brake caliper houses your brake pads and fits around the rotor like a clamp, pressing the pads against the rotor when you brake. A brake caliber problem could cause uneven braking, making your car slide forward when you brake. Uneven braking can also cause your vehicle to slide out of control in bad weather conditions, so contact Fallon Automotive as soon as possible.

Brake Hoses

A brake hose is a tube carrying pressurized brake fluid from the master cylinder to the brakes. A crushed hose can cause a lagged or slow brake, and a leak in the hose can cause the brake, or the entire brake system, to fail. These don’t need to be replaced often but should be replaced at the first sign of cracking or wear.

Brake Fluid Flushes

Brake fluid will absorb water from the air over time, causing the brake system to become less effective and the fluid to become corrosive, possibly damaging the system. It is important to perform a brake fluid flush regularly to ensure that your vehicle is using fresh fluid. Talk to our technicians at Fallon Automotive about when it’s time for a brake fluid flush.

Anti-Lock Brake System

Anti-lock Brake Systems (ABS) ensure that the wheels don’t stop rotating during braking, preventing the car from skidding and offering greater control. If your ABS light comes on, visit Fallon Automotive where we will be happy to diagnose and fix the problem.

Tires

Tires are the single most important safety feature on your car. They are the only thing that connects the car to the road, and life-saving technologies like antilock brakes and electronic stability control cannot do their job if the tires don’t have a good grip on the pavement.

As the adage goes, nothing lasts forever. Car owners still need to replace their tires a few times or more throughout the life of a typical vehicle. Despite advances in longer-lasting tires, actual tread life will vary by car type, tire type (such as all season or high performance), driving aggressiveness, and even road and weather conditions. Proper maintenance and responsible driving can maximize the mileage in a set of tires.

We offer these services to help you prolong the life of your tires.

We Offer Most Major Brands of Tires

At Fallon Automotive, we understand that tires are an important part of your car. The quality of tires and material used on them highly affects the vehicle’s performance. Their main purpose is to protect the wheel’s rims and improve vehicle performance. For this reason, we only deal with brand name tires. Also, we offer fleet tire management services to ensure you are getting the best value, fuel economy, and life from your tires.

Once a need for new tires is determined, it is necessary to identify the best tires for your vehicle and driving demands. Look for tires that do well in tests for braking, handling, and resistance to hydroplaning. Winter traction should also be considered, if applicable. Let tread wear, ride comfort, noise, and rolling resistance be tiebreakers.

Trust the tire experts at Fallon Automotive to help you choose the right tires for your vehicle

Oil Changes

Fallon Automotive is dedicated to providing customers with quality services. From the moment you enter our Quick Lube service center, we strive to deliver exceptional auto maintenance services. Our goal is to make sure our customers are completely satisfied with their Quick Lube experience. Here is a brief list of services Fallon Automotive can provide:
Oil Changes

Did you know that regularly changing the oil in your vehicle is one of the simplest, most effective and inexpensive ways to help protect its engine life? Oil lessens wear, reduces friction, and forms a seal between the pistons, rings, and cylinder walls. The oil also helps cool engine parts and even dampens the shock and noise of moving parts. For all your oil change needs, call 703-478-9550 or visit Fallon Automotive today. We have years of experience helping drivers with oil changes and other auto maintenance needs.
Motor Oil Basics

Do you know the oil basics? Did you know that even some auto mechanics do not know the oil basics? In order for your car’s engine to do its job properly, it is vital to have clean, fresh oil. The oil used in your car has two primary ingredients: base oil and additives. The base oil allows the motor oil to perform its vital function – lubricating the engine’s moving parts to protect them against wear and tear caused by friction. The additives provide additional engine protection by helping to prevent the oil from deteriorating under the engine’s extreme temperature conditions. At Fallon Automotive, we are motor oil experts – we will help you with motor oil basics. Call us or visit our auto repair shop today.

Check Engine
Oil Pressure Warning

If this light stays lit it indicates loss of oil pressure. Immediately check oil level and pressure.

Coolant Temp Warning

Indicates temperature has exceeded normal limits. Check coolant level, fan operation, radiator cap, coolant leaks.

Battery / Charging Alert

Indicates voltage level is below normal and the vehicle’s charging system is not functioning properly. Check battery terminals, alternator belt, and battery condition.

Reduced Power Warning

Indicates Engine Computer has limited engine power output. The ECM has many levels of reduced power depending on what component has failed in its control system. Usually requires diagnostic with a professional scan tool.

Cruise Control

Indicates that the cruise control system is engaged while the vehicle is driving.

Traction Control or ESP

Illuminates when the vehicle’s traction control/anti-skid or electronic stability system is in use. Usually an indicator that conditions are slippery.

Oil Change Reminder

Indicates that oil life has expired. This is monitored by the ECM; the interval can be mileage or a combination of readings taken by the ECM. The reset procedure is listed in the owners manual.

Airbag Fault

If the light stays illuminated after starting it indicates that the vehicle has found a fault in the airbag system and the computer has set a code. Professional repair of the supplemental restraint system is recommended.

TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

Indicates the tire pressure monitoring system has found tire with low air pressure or a sensor with a dead battery or malfunction. Check tire pressure. Some vehicles will allow manual reset of TPMS light, refer to owner’s manual.

EPS Fault

Indicates that there is a problem with the vehicle’s traction control/anti-skid or electronic stability system.

Overdrive Light

This symbol indicates that the vehicle’s overdrive system has been manually turned off. Typically the overdrive system is controlled by an on/off switch.

Brake System

Indicates one of three possible conditions: parking brake is on, problem with the braking system/brake fluid is low, or ABS problem. Check brake fluid, make sure parking brake is fully released.

Service Vehicle Soon

Typically indicates a lighting or other electrical problem that is controlled by the BCM (body control module). Check all lights, headlights, turn signals, brake lights, and hazard lights. This may also warn drivers of a traction control problem.

ABS Light

Indicates that the Anti-lock Brake computer has set a code and needs professional diagnostic.

Security Alert

If the symbol lights momentarily it may mean the ignition switch is locked and will need the transponder-equipped key to re-start. If the symbol is visible when vehicle is on, it typically means a malfunction in the security system.

Gas Cap

The check gas cap light indicates that the gas cap is not tightened properly. If not addressed, quite often the Check Engine light will also illuminate.

Door Ajar

Indicates a door is not closed. Open and close all doors, including hood and trunk. If vehicle is left in this condition overnight it can drain the battery.

Lamp Out

Indicates that there is an exterior light on the vehicle that is not functioning properly.

Transmission Temperature

Transmission is operating at higher than optimum temperature as transmission fluid is hotter than normal. Check transmission fluid level and engine coolant level.

Glow Plug (Diesel)

On diesel vehicles this light indicates that the engine’s glow plugs are warming up and the engine should not be started until light goes out.

Washer Fluid Reminder

Indicates washer fluid is low. Fill washer fluid reservoir. The cap has a symbol that looks like a windshield. Some vehicles have separate reservoirs for front and rear window washers.

Fog Lamp

Indicates that the vehicle’s front fog lamps are illuminated.

VA Inspection

Some states require regular safety inspections and/or emissions inspections on cars and trucks. At Fallon Automotive, we are well-equipped and trained to perform these inspections. Our technicians can also perform multi-point inspections on your vehicles as needed.

These are some of the inspection services we offer.

VA State Inspection Station

VA state inspection stations are privately owned, but government certified, inspection stations throughout VA. Fallon Automotive is a VA state inspection station. For your state inspection needs visit or call our auto shop at 703-478-9550.

VA State Certified Emissions Repair Facilities

A state certified emissions repair facility is a privately owned motor vehicle repair facility, licensed to repair emission-related failures. The repair facility must employ a CERT (Certified Emissions Repair Technician) who has passed a state-required training program. Fallon Automotive is a VA state certified emissions repair facility. Contact us at 703-478-9550 or visit us today for emission-related repairs and services.

VA State Certified Emissions Test Facility

Did you know that the Motor Vehicle Commission requires you to take your motor vehicle for an emissions inspection every year? This kind of testing is administered through a network of privately owned (but certified) auto repair shops. The auto repair shops carry their official Test Center number. Fallon Automotive is a VA state certified emissions test facility. At our auto repair shop, we can perform emissions testing on all eligible vehicles regardless of fuel type or model year. Visit our shop or call us at 703-478-9550 to make an appointment.

A/C & Heating

If the breeze from those open windows just isn’t cutting it, come by our shop in Sterling, VA 20166 to get an expert opinion on what we can do to fix your auto A/C or heating problems. We offer affordable prices and guaranteed workmanship. Call us so we can help you drive in comfort.

Why Maintaining Your A/C System is Important

Heating and A/C systems may break eventually with usage, hose pipes may clog and drip if not serviced, causing reduced efficiency heating and cooling capabilities. Regular maintenance will keep your AC system operating at peak performance!

Indications Your A/C System May be Having Issues

  • If your air conditioning blows only slightly cooler air compared to the exterior air
  • Air that blows in smells damp, musty, or like mildew and mold
  • Your cabin does not warm up in cold weather, or is just a little warmer than outside
  • The defroster takes longer than typical to operate, or does not operate
  • Your heater or A/C only functions when driving, not when idling, or quits blowing when the car is stationary
  • Your heating system blows cold air, or the air conditioning blows warm air
  • Low airflow even at the highest fan setting.

A Comprehensive Evaluation of Heating & A/C Systems Includes:

  • Examining the internal controls and blower
  • Checking radiator coolant operating temperature, hoses, pressure radiator cap and thermostat
  • Inspecting the compressor belt
  • Inspecting system and seals for leaks or various other damages.
  • A cooling system pressure test
  • Verifying the A/C pressure meets manufacturer specifications
  • Measuring the interior vent air temperature
Engine
Maintenance

Any car part manufacturer will tell you that preventive maintenance is critical to the part’s lifespan. Like other auto parts, car engines aren’t built to last forever. However, you can increase the engine’s lifespan by performing regular preventive maintenance. The easiest way to maintain peak performance and fuel economy is to provide regular engine maintenance for your vehicle. To have your engine maintained by experts, visit Fallon Automotive.

Replacement

The engine converts energy into useful mechanical motion. This amazing machine is what keeps your vehicle moving. Although generally reliable, a car engine is susceptible to damage and breakdown. When this happens, do not sit and stress over it. Take action. Take the vehicle to a mechanic for an engine replacement. Bring it to Fallon Automotive. Visit us at 202 Lane Court Unit F for quality engine replacement services.

Repair & Rebuild

After years of use, your car’s engine inevitably deteriorates. If your car needs a new engine and you are not ready to invest in a new car, consider having the engine rebuilt. This involves replacing or resurfacing all the rundown parts in an engine. Regardless of your engine replacement needs, Fallon Automotive has experienced engine rebuilders ready to assist you.

Timing Belt

A timing belt is a part of your car’s internal combustion engine. The belt synchronizes the camshaft and the crankshaft rotation so that the engine valves open and close at the correct timings. Also, the belt prevents the piston from striking the valves in an interference engine. Most cars we drive now have timing belts instead of timing chains and gears. Although different manufacturers have their recommended mileage, you need to have your car’s timing belt checked regularly. To have it checked by experts, contact Fallon Automotive today.

Cylinder Block

A cylinder block is a powerhouse for the motor vehicle. The solid cast car part houses the cylinders and their components (gaskets, valves, and seals) inside a lubricated and cooled crankcase. Since it is one of the most important parts of your car, the block is designed to be extremely strong and sturdy. Although strong and sturdy, the block is susceptible to failure resulting in a vehicle that won’t start. Cracked blocks, porous blocks, core plug, or freeze plug failure are some of the problems facing cylinder blocks. Call 703-478-9550 to talk to the mechanics of Fallon Automotive about your cylinder block problems.

Cylinder Head

A cylinder head is the closed end of a cylinder (located in a car’s engine block). It sits above the cylinder block, closing the top of the cylinder and forming the combustion chamber. The cylinder head coordinates airflow in and out of the engine. Since the cylinder head’s chief function is to seal the cylinders properly, insufficient compression results in the car being difficult to drive. To have your cylinder head checked and repaired, talk to Fallon Automotive’s cylinder head repair and reconditioning specialists today.

Fuel Injection

Fuel injection is a system for admitting fuel into an engine. Since 1990, fuel injectors have completely replaced carburetors as the primary means of getting gasoline into the engine. A fuel injector atomizes the fuel by forcibly pumping it through a small nozzle (under high pressure). Failure of the fuel injection system means poor performance and ultimately destroys the engine. Make sure your vehicle’s fuel injection system is maintained properly. For all your fuel injection maintenance and replacement needs, call 703-478-9550 or visit Fallon Automotive today.

Ignition

An ignition system is a system for igniting (using an electric spark) a mixture of fuel and air in a gasoline engine. A properly working ignition system means a properly starting engine and high performance from your car. For all your ignition system maintenance and replacement needs, call or visit Fallon Automotive today.

Ignition Wires & Cables

Ignition cables also are known as spark plug wires are an important part of your car’s ignition system. They transfer the spark from the ignition coil to spark plugs that ignite the mixture of fuel and air. The mixture starts the engine. Over time, ignition wires and cables get weak and break down. This makes it impossible for the spark to reach the engine cylinders. This results in the engine misfiring. The car will eventually fail to start. If it does start, it will run poorly. Common symptoms of faulty ignition cables and wires are: poor gas mileage, engine misfires, engine light is on, and the engine may vibrate. If your car needs new ignition cables and wires, call or visit Fallon Automotive in Sterling, VA 20166. Here, you will have the wires and cables changed by a top-rated mechanic.

Spark Plugs & Wires

A spark plug delivers electric current to the combustion chamber from the ignition system. Spark plugs that haven’t been changed for a long time can cause ignition problems. At Fallon Automotive, we have automotive experts who will check and replace your spark plugs. For all your spark plug repair or replacement needs, call 703-478-9550 or visit Fallon Automotive today.

Transmission
Transmission Replacement

In motor vehicles, the transmission usually refers to the gearbox, which uses gears and gear trains to transmit speed and torque from a rotating power source to another device. You can have your car’s transmission replaced with a new, rebuilt, remanufactured, repaired or used transmission. For more information contact Fallon Automotive in Sterling, VA. Our experienced service technicians can help you make the best decision for your vehicle and your wallet.

Repair & Rebuild

When it comes to automatic transmission repair, there are several options: buying a new one, buying a remanufactured one or having yours rebuilt. Each of the above options has its own share of advantages and disadvantages. Of the three options, rebuilt transmissions are the most economical. A rebuilt transmission involves removing the transmission from the car, disassembling it, replacing worn out parts, reassembling it, and then reinstalling it. To have this done by specialists, call 703-478-9550 to talk to the mechanics of Fallon Automotive today.

Automatic Transmission

Automatic Transmissions shift between gears automatically to optimize driving, and changes gears based on the driver’s throttle pedal, vehicle speed, engine speed, and vehicle load. Typical automatic transmissions have 4-5 forward gear ratios, a Reverse, Park, and Neutral gear. Shifting gears occur automatically once the car is in Drive and there is no need for a clutch pedal or gear shift like there is in a Manual Transmission. Automatic transmission repair is complicated based on all the components that make it up, and you need to have an automatic transmission issue properly assessed by auto mechanics.

Clutches

There are clutches in both automatic and manual transmission cars, and different types of clutches. When shifting gears, the clutch engages and disengages from the flywheel and transfers the torque through the transmission. Clutches should help your vehicle start and shift gears smoothly. The clutch in your car receives a lot of wear and can eventually wear out. If your clutch begins slipping irregularly or is making noises that are raising suspicion, contact Fallon Automotive to see if clutch replacement is necessary.

Four-Wheel Drive Transmission

A four-wheel (4×4) drive vehicle has differential gears, both front and rear axles, and a transfer case attached to the transmission. Four-wheel drive vehicles demand maintenance on the transfer case, front differentials, rear differentials, and transmission fluids.

Two-Wheel Drive Transmission

If your vehicle has a Front-wheel drive, the engine drives the front wheels only. The power is routed through the transmission to the final drive where it is split and sent to the two front wheels through the drive axles. The engine, transmission, and additional hardware are all located in the front of the car. If you are in need, Fallon Automotive will gladly repair front-wheel drive transmission vehicles.

Manual Transmission

Driving a vehicle with a Manual Transmission requires using the clutch pedal and gear shift to manually shift gears based on the speed of the vehicle. Manual transmissions have been built with anywhere from two to eight gears. Front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive are the two main configurations for manual transmissions. Typically, manual transmissions require less maintenance then automatic transmissions. At Fallon Automotive, our auto mechanics can diagnose your vehicle and then recommend the transmission repair or transmission service you need to ensure safety and improve the lifetime of your vehicle.

Transfer Cases

A transfer case is a part of a four-wheel drive system found in four-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive vehicles. The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. This can be done with a set of gears, but the majority of transfer cases manufactured today are chain driven. The transfer case is connected to the transmission and also to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts. Trust the automotive experts at Fallon Automotive for all your transmission repairs.

Service, Diagnose, and Repair

Transmission repair is not something to take lightly. The transmission is connected to key parts of your vehicle and needs to be working properly for your safety. Transmission services include replacing filters and draining fluids to prevent transmission damage. Typical transmission issues that may lead to repair may include shifting issues, slipping, stalling, fluid leaking, and the service light turns on. If you are concerned that you may need transmission repair, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment at Fallon Automotive today.

Battery & Electrical

Have a dead battery? Misfiring starter or alternator? For all of your auto electrical repair and maintenance needs, come to Fallon Automotive. We service your vehicle with care, providing a high level of workmanship you can trust.

Our auto electrical repair and maintenance services include:

Batteries

The battery supplies electric energy which powers the ignition system, the starter motor, and the lights of an automotive. If you need to jump-start your vehicle in the morning, your battery could be failing. When a battery starts deteriorating, it can either be replaced or repaired – this will depend on the severity of the damage. If you are having issues with your car battery, contact Fallon Automotive in Sterling, VA. We provide a convenient battery testing and replacement service to get you back on the road. Battery replacement, charging, installation, testing, and recycling – we handle it all.

Starters

A starter is a motor (electric, hydraulic or pneumatic) that rotates the internal combustion engine to initiate the engine’s operation. Starters are important parts of your car’s engine and their failure would translate to your car’s failure. When your car’s starter develops problems, seek expert help. At Fallon Automotive, we have experts who can handle all your starter needs to get you back on the road – quickly. Visit Fallon Automotive today.

Hybrid

Servicing & Repairing Your Hybrid

It is important to understand what makes hybrid vehicles different than regular internal combustion vehicles. Hybrid vehicles combine power from two or more sources. Meaning, your hybrid vehicle drives using power created from a fossil fuel and from electricity.

The increasing popularity of hybrids has made them more accessible to everyday drivers, and there are more hybrid vehicles out on the road. This means there are more hybrid vehicles appearing in car repair shops. If your hybrid vehicle is one of the cars showing up in the shop, there are a few different costs to expect.

First of all, it should not cost more to maintain your hybrid. Because most of the hybrid technologies have been out for a while, everyday mechanics have had a chance to get familiar. For those that have not spent a lot of time working on hybrid vehicles, they have had ample opportunities to read-up on the technology or take classes.

This means that the cost you accrue at a car repair shop will be based on the general repairs needed. You should not see extra costs associated with your hybrid unless it is for specific work to the battery, computer or electrical component.

When you do need to take your vehicle in to the shop, make sure you are taking it to a mechanic that has worked with hybrids before. This will streamline your process quite a bit. You will also be able to leave your vehicle knowing that it is in good hands.

Look at the recommendations of your vehicle’s manufacturer. Some vehicles require regular air filter changes. Also, remember that you are also caring for the fuel-injected engine. You will need to maintain a regular oil change schedule.

VW & TDI

Fallon Automotive has several years of experience performing maintenance and repairs on diesel engines. If you are having any problems with your diesel, Fallon Automotive can diagnose and repair it in a timely manner. Call us to speak with one of our highly trained technicians.

We have certified diesel technicians,that are fully insured on staff.

Auto repair diesel services include:

  • Volkswagen TDI Diesel Repair
  • Engine Overhaul
  • Transmission Replacement
  • Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Fuel Injector Service
  • Engine Replacement
  • Electronic Diagnosis
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Suspension & Steering Service
  • Transmission Service
  • Brakes & Traction Control

Diesel And Fleet Repair

General Services
  • Oil, Lube, and Filter
    Oil changes keep engines healthy. With regular oil changes, your engine will run smoothly for a significantly long time. Contact Fallon Automotive for all your oil change needs. Our experts will change your truck’s oil and oil filters if needed.
  • DOT and Customer Required Inspections
    State Department of Transportation’s (DOT) require inspections for safety assessments. Fallon Automotive is certified to conduct these inspections. For your DOT inspection needs, contact us or visit Fallon Automotive today. In addition to DOT inspections, Fallon Automotive handles customer-required inspections. For all your customer-required inspection needs, contact us.
Drive Train
  • Clutch
    Clutches need periodic servicing and replacing. At Fallon Automotive, we have engine experts who will ensure that all your truck or fleet clutch issues are addressed.
  • Differential
    Your fleet of trucks requires periodic differential repairs and replacement. At Fallon Automotive, we offer differential repair, rebuild, or maintenance services for trucks.
  • Drive Line
    To solve drive line problems, you need to have worn-out lubricant and engine parts replaced. At Fallon Automotive, we will ensure that you experience smoother gear shifting.
  • Transmission
    For everything from transmission rebuilding to transmission repair and transmission replacement, trust Fallon Automotive.
Front-End Services
  • King Pins
    To avoid accidents arising from turning problems, make sure your truck’s king pin is regularly checked and serviced by experts at Fallon Automotive.
  • Power Steering
    To ensure driving safety, make sure your truck’s power steering is regularly serviced. For all your power steering needs, trust the experts at Fallon Automotive.
  • Spring and U Bolts
    U-bolts are U-shaped bolts with screw threads on both ends. For all your spring and U-bolt needs, call or visit Fallon Automotive today.
Brakes
  • Brake Maintenance And Repair
    Faulty truck brakes put the truck driver, the load, and other road users at risk. At Fallon Automotive, we will diagnose your vehicle’s brake problems and offer high-quality brake work.
  • Air Brakes
    Although powerful and effective, air brakes need consistent, thorough maintenance. At Fallon Automotive, we have qualified and experienced mechanics who will work on your truck’s air brakes.
  • Hydraulic Brakes
    With time, the hydraulic brake components wear out and thus need replacement. For all your hydraulic brake system needs, get in touch with Fallon Automotive.
Electrical
  • Batteries and Cables
    We offer excellent replacement batteries and cables for your vehicle. Just call or stop by and we will make sure you find the best fit for your vehicle.
  • Breakers and Fuses
    We carry an assortment of breakers and fuses for your vehicle’s needs. To find out more about the breakers and fuses we carry, talk to our experts.
  • Lights
    Fallon Automotive carries a variety of lights that provide 180 degrees of uninterrupted illumination. For all of your vehicle’s lighting needs, we are here to help you.
  • Spark Plugs
    A spark plug channels the electrical current to ignite the fuel. Like many parts of your vehicle, a spark plug wears out. Call us at Fallon Automotive for all of your spark plug needs.
  • Starters and Alternators
    A starter converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. The alternator charges your vehicle’s battery. Are you looking for a starter or alternator for your vehicle? Let us help you!
  • Wiring and Switches
    We can replace faulty wiring and switches of your vehicle. For all of your electrical needs, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Engine
  • Belts and Hoses
    Working belts and hoses lead to a properly working engine of your truck. Hence for belts and hoses maintenance and replacement services, visit Fallon Automotive today.
  • Cooling System
    At Fallon Automotive, we can service or replace radiators, fans, water pumps, hoses, thermostats, and pressure caps.
  • Exhaust
    For exhaust repairs, exhaust modifications, or exhaust replacements, get in touch with Fallon Automotive today.
  • Water Pumps
    If the water pump develops a leak or the hub becomes loose and noisy, you need to have it replaced. For any such concern, Fallon Automotive is your next stop.
  • Engine
    At Fallon Automotive, we have engine specialists who will make sure your truck’s engine is giving you the performance you need.
Suspension
  • Air Spring
    The purpose of air suspension is to provide a smooth, constant ride. Trust the experts at Fallon Automotive when your truck’s airbag suspension needs service, repair, or replacement.
  • Equalizers
    Equalizers have many advantages such as fuel economy, increased safety, increased power, reduced tire wear, improved steering, and improved braking. For all your suspension equalizer needs, Fallon Automotive can help you.
  • Hangers
    Hangers are an effective way to enhance your truck’s driving stability, handling, and suspension response. Whether you want to lower or raise your truck using hangers, Fallon Automotive offers quality hangers at affordable prices.
  • Shocks
    With shock absorbers, you will be able to take your truck to places you never thought possible. Fallon Automotive has you covered for all your shock servicing, repair, and replacement needs.
  • Torque Arms
    Torque arms prevent axle rotation in hub motors. If your vehicle’s torque arms are not functioning properly, Fallon Automotive is ready to help you.
  • Walking Beams
    Fallon Automotive specializes in servicing walking beams of your vehicles. We offer superior services at affordable prices.
Wheel Services
  • Bearings
    For your bearing services and replacement needs, visit or call Fallon Automotive. We offer a huge selection of wheel bearings, and also have the expertise to do repairs.
  • Hubs
    You can have a safer and smoother ride by replacing your warped and worn out wheel hubs. Let Fallon Automotive replace your worn-out hubs today.
  • Seals
    To keep contamination out and retain lubricant in the bearings to avoid premature failure, have the seals replaced with new ones. Connect with Fallon Automotive today!
  • Studs
    Damaged wheel studs should be replaced with new ones immediately. To have your truck’s wheel studs replaced with high-quality ones, call or visit Fallon Automotive today.
  • Nuts
    Worn out nuts mean the wheel is not fixed securely on the vehicle. To have your truck’s wheels securely fastened to the hub, contact or visit Fallon Automotive today.
Trailer Work
  • Roll-Up Doors and Floors
    To keep your goods safe, make sure your truck’s doors and floors are secure and strong. At Fallon Automotive, we will fit your trucks and trailers with specialty roll-up doors as well as quality floors at affordable prices.
  • Lights
    To increase your safety and the safety of other road users, make sure your truck’s lights are in good working condition. Have the lights and the lighting system checked by the experts at Fallon Automotive.
  • Brakes
    Faulty brakes put you and other road users at great risk. Faulty brakes increase the chances of collisions. If your truck has braking issues, visit or call Fallon Automotive today. Our brake experts will diagnose and work on your truck’s braking system efficiently.
  • Suspension
    With a faulty suspension system, the truck’s performance and handling will be greatly affected. To have your truck’s suspension system checked, repaired or replaced by suspension experts, contact or visit Fallon Automotive today.
  • Landing Gear
    A landing gear incorporates the wheels, suspension, brakes, traction motors, and powered units. In case of faulty landing gear, don’t delay to contact Fallon Automotive.

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Sterling, VA, including Ashburn, South Riding, Leesburg, and more!

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