Specialist Automotive

Technicians in Auto Electrical
& Mechanical

Mechanical Services

Log book servicing

A log book service is a broad service guided by the vehicle manufacture’s specifications. Completing these services helps to preserve your vehicle’s statutory warranty and keep your car in top shape.


When it comes to safety, there’s nothing more important than being able to stop properly. It’s a service that CC Auto Electrics and Mechanical takes seriously.

All Mechanical Services


  • Log book servicing
  • Brakes
  • C.V Joints
  • Exhaust & Mufflers
  • 4 wheel Drive
  • Suspension
  • Timing belts
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Radiators
  • All Mechanical Repairs
  • Pink slip inspections
  • Clutch

C.V Joints

C.V joints are needed to transfer the torque from the transmission to the drive wheels at a constant speed, while accommodating the up and down motion of the suspension.

Exhaust & Mufflers  

A mufflers main purpose is a means to reduce the overall noise that is generated by a combustion engine

4 Wheel Drive

Dual battery  systems, brake controllers, LED lights bar installation, reverse cameras and buzzers.

eSafety Check

Inspections  Vehicles more than five years old require an eSafety Check (sometimes called a pink slip) before you can renew the registration


The job of a car suspension is to maximize the friction between the tyres and the road surface, to provide steering stability with good handling and to ensure the comfort of the passengers.

Automotive Transmission

Radiators The radiator is  an important part of a car’s cooling system. It passes hot coolant through metal fins that conduct heat away from the liquid and into the air. When the coolant has reached the cprrect temperature, it is pumped back into the engine block.


The clutch has to transmit the engine power to the wheels allowing the vehicle to move. The torque of the engine is transferred by the clutch system relying  entirely on the coolant friction between 2 faces. A slipping clutch occurs when the friction is too low (often due to clutch wear) or engine torque is too high (during rapid acceleration)