Your OCD Mechanics
We are a local family owned business that is OCD about your vehicle. Through honesty and integrity we offer high quality mechanical workmanship and fantastic customer service. We strive to make your experience with Your OCD Mechanics a pleasant one.
Log Book Servicing
Here at Your OCD Mechanics we can perform every aspect of your logbook servicing. Even if your vehicle is brand new we have complete logbook service information required to comply with your new car warranty. We can offer a wide range of services and components to suite every log book service and inspection such as the latest diagnostic equipment, original manufacturers’ components – but without the high hourly rates and huge mark-ups. If we find anything additional that requires careful attention and replacement while we complete your log book service, you can expect that we’ll contact you immediately and inform you of it. We’ll provide you with exact information and let YOU decide if you’d like the problem fixed now or later. Upon completion of your log book service, we’ll stamp your log book to keep your warranty intact and let you have a car that is safe, well maintained and running efficiently.
Air Conditioning Servicing
Check cooling and overall operation Carry out checks for leaks and receiver-dryer contamination Check system pressures Clean condenser Evacuate system via recovery station and recharge Re-check performance Your vehicle’s A/C (or climate control system) not only keeps you cool during summer, it can also remove humidity from the cabin, demisting a foggy windscreen in winter. Regularly servicing of your vehicle’s A/C ensures your vehicle’s climate control system remains in top condition year round.
All vehicles including cars, 4wd’s, utes Trailers (including caravans) with an aggregate trailer mass (ATM) over 750kg-3,500kg Any other vehicles up to 4,500kg gross vehicle mass (GVM) An inspection covers the basics for the safe operation of the vehicle, such as tyres, brakes, steering, suspension, body rust or damage, windscreen and lights. A safety certificate (RWC) is needed when: A registered light vehicle is offered for sale in Queensland, or Transferring registration to a new owner, or When transferring to Queensland registration from another state or territory, or When re-registering an unregistered vehicle