2-1425 Grahams Lane
Burlington ON
L7S 1W4

MON   8:30AM - 5:30PM
TUES   8:30AM - 5:30PM
WED   8:30AM - 5:30PM
THURS   8:30AM - 5:30PM
FRI   8:30AM - 5:30PM
SAT   10:00AM - 3:00PM

SWC Automotive Inc. is a full-service, preventive maintenance and car repair centre in the heart of Burlington since 2003. We repair and service cars and trucks, and are an industry-leader in alignments.

Services Offered

To keep your vehicle running properly at all times, we offer a number of services in the Greater Toronto Area that are carried out by our certified, expert auto service and repair technicians who have years of experience performing everything from oil changes to a complete engine overhaul.

We use high-tech diagnostic equipment to guarantee your vehicle is repaired and/or serviced correctly the first time around, and we only use the highest quality replacement parts, filters, oils, and components when it comes to your car.

SWC Automotive Inc. is also a licensed repair facility for the Ontario Provincial Safety Inspection program for passenger vehicles and Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration for Fleet & Commercial Vehicles

SWC Automotive is proud to offer our customers shuttle service!

Subject to availability, our shuttle service is available during business hours Monday to Friday.

Lube, Oil & Filter (from) $36.99 Cooling System Inspection $49.00
Royal Purple Synthetic Oil Change (from) $89.99 Cooling Service (from) $109.99
Power Steering Service (from) $69.99 Air Conditioning Service $69.99
Transmission Service (from) $69.99 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Differential Service (from) $69.99 Charging System Diagnosis $49.00
Preventive Maintenance Inspection $99.99 OTHER SERVICES
    Tire Rotation $25.00
BRAKE SERVICES Wheel Balancing (from) $50.00
Brake Inspection (from) $26.99 Wheel Alignment (from) $99.99
Front Disc Brakes (from) $99.99 Replace Serpentine Belt (from) $69.99
Brake Fluid Flush $109.99 Provincial Vehicle Inspection $119.99
LABOR RATE PER HOUR $98.00 Drivability Diagnosis (from) $98.00

Our services include, but not are limited to:

Lube, Oil & Filter
Steering & Suspension
Engine & Tune-Up
Heating & Cooling
Batteries & Electrical

Lube, Oil & Filter

Regular oil changes based on your manufacturers recommendations are the most important part of vehicle maintenance and keeping your car on the road for as long as possible. Over time, oil breaks down and putting off those oil changes could do serious damage to your engine internals. A well lubricated engine will run cooler, smoother and have less overall wear and tear on parts. Some vehicles require Synthetic oil where others do not.

Every oil change at SWC Automotive includes:

• Drain and replace engine oil, change engine oil filter
• Lubricate all greaseable suspension components, if applicable
• Check and adjust tire pressures
• Factory Scheduled Maintenance inspection based on current vehicle mileage
• Top-Up windshield washer fluid


Regular brake inspection is on every vehicle’s maintenance schedule. We offer a complete brake inspection for which includes a road test, visual inspection of all brake components and written estimate if any work is required. Of course, if you’re having trouble with your brakes, get your car inspected right away.

Here are some warning signs of brake system problems:

• Low or spongy brake pedal
• Hard brake pedal
• A brake warning light that stays on
• Constantly squealing or grinding brakes
• Vibrations or clunking sounds when you apply your brakes

Steering & Suspension

Your vehicle's suspension keeps your car up off the road and helps provide a comfy ride. Its job is to keep your wheels firmly planted over bumps and through curves. Your suspension system has many essential parts. If you look under your car, it’s basically everything that connects your wheels to the frame. These are heavy duty parts that do a lot of work. They need to be inspected for damage and excessive wear at least once a year. A good time for this is when you get your annual alignment service in the spring.

Here are some warning signs of suspension system problems:

• The car pulls to one side
• It wanders
• The steering is erratic
• You see uneven tire wear
• You experience a poor ride or handling
• You see oil leaking from shocks

Basically, you just don’t feel in control when you’re driving.


The best seasonal performance is achieved by purchasing tires to match the season you are driving in. Summer tires are designed for hot temperatures. The tread is engineered for good traction on dry or rainy roads. But the rubber compound in summer tires gets stiff when temperatures drop below 7 degrees Celsius, and snow and mud can pack into the tread, reducing the traction of the tire. Winter tires are designed for good traction on snowy surfaces. The tread actually throws snow off of the tire as the wheel turns. The rubber compound in a winter tire is soft so that it will remain flexible at temperatures below 7 degrees Celsius. At higher temperatures, however, the softer rubber wears down rapidly. All-season tires sacrifice some of the extreme performance of summer or winter tires, but they maintain adequate traction in either type of Burlington weather.

Here are some warning signs of tire problems:

• You notice your tires wearing unevenly
• Your vehicle handles poorly
• You can see cracks or bulges in the tire itself
• Your vehicle excessively shakes while driving
• Your tires are worn down to the wear bars

Engine & Tune-Up

The better you maintain your vehicle, the less fuel you will use. For example, replacing your dirty engine air filter will pay for itself in improved mileage before your next oil change. A clean, well-maintained fuel system really pays big dividends in fuel efficiency. A clogged fuel filter wastes gas. So does a dirty fuel system, grimy fuel injectors and plugged up PCV valves. A fuel system service decreases the gas you use, and increases the power. Some of us ignore our Check Engine light. But fixing the problem that caused the light to come on will usually save some fuel as well. It may be a bad oxygen sensor that can really rob your fuel economy. And, it may be time for a tune-up. Tune-ups should improve your mileage.

Here are some warning signs of engine problems:

• Your vehicle runs rough or stalls
• Your vehicle has problems starting
• Your gas mileage keeps getting worse
• Your vehicle idles poorly
• Your Check Engine light is on

Heating & Cooling

Keeping your cooling system in good repair will help keep your engine running well. This means that a regular cooling system inspection should be on your schedule for routine preventive maintenance of your vehicle. Without proper preventive maintenance, you could still find yourself on the side of the highway waiting for your engine to cool down. Coolant can become corrosive over time, which can damage a radiator — leading to an overheated engine. Changing the coolant periodically is good car care. There are many types of coolant. It varies from vehicle to vehicle, and using the wrong kind could damage your engine. The water pump is a critical component of your truck cooling system. It pumps the coolant to keep it circulating through the engine. The coolant is cooled in the radiator, then it travels through the engine, where it absorbs heat, then it returns to the radiator, where it releases the heat. And so on.

Here are some warning signs of cooling system problems:

• Your in dash temperature gauge climbs and will not return to proper temperature
• Some vehicles have a light to indicate the coolant level is low
• If you notice steam coming from under the hood when driving
• You can smell coolant in the vehicle - it will have a sweet smelling odor
• You notice a coolant leak from under the engine


The exhaust system on a vehicle is more complex than most motorists realize. It contains everything from old-fashioned pipes and clamps to sophisticated computers and sensors. All motorists know a properly functioning exhaust system is good for the environment, but sometimes we forget that a damaged exhaust system can be deadly. That’s why preventive maintenance on your exhaust system is so essential.

Here are some warning signs of exhaust system problems:

• Your engine sounds much louder than it normally should
• You can hear loud ticking noises from under the car
• Your gas mileage is worse
• Your vehicle feels like it is lacking power
• You can hear rattling noises from under your car
• You smell fumes within the vehicle


The transmission system in your vehicle allows you to change gears. Lower gears are power gears. They get your vehicle moving and get it up hills. Higher gears get the vehicle up to speed and get it rolling faster. If you have a standard transmission, then you have to do the work of shifting gears yourself. But with an automatic transmission, the vehicle shifts gears on its own. New transmissions aren’t cheap. Repairing them isn’t cheap either. But changing transmission fluid is fairly inexpensive. That’s why responsible car care includes maintenance on the transmission system. Periodic fluid changes aren’t just good auto advice, they actually pay for themselves by preventing costly transmission repairs.

Here are some warning signs of transmission problems:

• Your vehicle has a hard time shifting through gears
• You can smell something burning on uphill driving
• You feel a shaking, or hear grinding noises when the gears shift
• There is a transmission fluid leak under the vehicle

Batteries & Electrical

Extreme heat in summertime can greatly reduce the lifespan of your battery, and harsh temperatures in winter may lead to starting problems in the cold. It is important to have your battery, alternator and starter inspected and tested to make sure they are all performing within spec. Doing this early could save waiting on the side of the road for a tow truck, or waking up to go to work and finding your car will not start.

Here are some warning signs of electrical system problems:

• Your battery light is on in the dash
• Your vehicle has a hard time turning over when starting
• Your hear clicking noises when starting
• You notice your dash lights going dim or flickering

To book a service on your vehicle today, please call us at 905-637-4300 or email service@swc-auto.com

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