*Please bring your DMV renewal notice indicating a Smog Check is required with you and your Smog Check certificate will be electronically sent to the DMV.
Ask any car or truck owner in Rancho Cordova who they recommend for smog testing and repair, and they will tell you Lee's Auto Repair Service.
Since 1990, the pro mechanics at Lee's Auto Repair Service have provided quick smog testing and cost-effective smog repairs when needed. Start a maintenance service plan with us that can help prevent high-cost repairs to your emission system. We are professional, honest, and friendly. For five star, cost conscious smog testing and repair services call Lee's Auto Repair Service at 916-852-6414 to schedule an appointment today or stop by our location at 11273 White Rock Rd in Rancho Cordova, CA, 95742.
We inspect your car or truck's emissions-control equipment to measure the number of pollutants your vehicle is emitting.
First, Lee's Auto Repair Service will analyze your car or truck's OBD computer system, emissions-control system, and check engine light codes for standard warnings that your emissions system is no longer functioning properly.
Next, we will inspect your car or truck's gas cap, ignition timing, exhaust gas recirculation system, fuel, and evaporative system.
Finally, we will perform a Tailpipe Emissions Inspection which measures the type and quantity of any pollutant emitted from your vehicle's tailpipe.
Great! If your vehicle passes a smog check, Lee's Auto Repair Service will provide you a vehicle inspection report showing your vehicle's results and will electronically send the smog certificate to DMV.
Smog Check Repairs
What do I do if I my car fails the smog test? At Lee's Auto Repair Service we will work with you to make the needed repairs to help your car pass the smog test and get your certificate.
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Smog Testing vs. Emissions Testing
Sometimes customers refer to smog as emissions testing, but they are not the same. Each test measures different levels of hydrocarbons, oxygen, carbon monoxide, and oxides.
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