Servicing From £90+ VAT

At BKT Motor Services Ltd we pride ourselves with the excellent services we can provide to all our customers. Not only do we give your vehicle a high-standard of service and care, but our customer service is second to none and we are here to help you get your vehicle safe, legal and back on the road.

We specialise in vehicle repairs and servicing whether it be your brake pads that are worn out or your exhaust is making a funny noise, we will diagnose the problem and fix it for you. If you have any problems please give us a call as soon as possible to avoid any further damage being done to your vehicle and to get a quick quote from us. Whatever the problem we are more than happy to help.

Each service we provide, from answering the phones, to greeting you at the garage, our only aim is to make you feel comfortable with us and to help you each step of the way. We strive for a high level of customer satisfaction.

  • It is important to check and top up the refrigerant levels and to cleanse the air circulation system to maintain the best cold air output possible also eliminating bad odours or harmful bacteria.

    What are the benefits of good Air Conditioning?

    The ability to reduce the in-car temperature level on a hot summer’s day, without having your windows down and avoiding the loud noise of wind.
    Air-con conditions the air, so on a really muggy day it can remove the moisture coming into the car.
    Using your air-con to remove moisture on the windscreen …

  • Your brakes are probably the most important part of your car. If your car is having a braking problem, whether it’s weak brakes, a mushy pedal, grinding sounds – whatever your brake problem is, you need to troubleshoot and repair it as soon as possible.

    Diagnosing the problem.
    If you step on the brake pedal and it feels like it’s going too far down before you start to slow, you might have the following problems:

    Low Brake Fluid Level.
    Check your brake fluid. If it’s low, top it off to the mark on the side of …

  • Your timing belt, also known as the cambelt, allows the engine crankshaft to turn the camshaft which controls the opening and closing of the engine’s valves.  The valves open and close allowing fuel to enter, ignite, and exhaust, thus the valves are a primary part of controlling the flow of fuel and exhaust gasses through the engine.

    The cambelt allows all this to happen and an engine cannot run without it. In some engines, the timing belt may also be used to drive other engine parts such as the water pump and oil pump. A snapped …

  • No clutch will last forever. The facings on the clutch disc wear as the miles accumulate. The clutch pressure plate and flywheel can become scored, worn, warped or cracked from all the heat and friction generated by the clutch. A perfectly good clutch also can be ruined by oil contamination; the cable or hydraulic linkage can fail, or the release bearing, pilot bearing/bushing or fork can wear out and prevent the clutch from working properly.

    There are a variety of things that can go wrong with a clutch, below are some …

  • All modern cars have some sort of engine management system which produces warnings when there is something amiss. We use state of the art diagnostics tools to enable us to identify and fix any problems. These can be within the vehicles electrical systems, engine managements systems, or many of the other systems modern cars have.

    A few diagnostic services include:

    • Airbag reset
    • Emissions testing
    • Brake (ABS) system reset
    • Oil service reset

    All modern cars should have annual engine diagnostic check and unless you ask for this to be done as part of …

  • One of the hardest worked parts on your car is the exhaust system. It is a series of pipes linking the engine to a silencer and a catalytic converter, it performs several functions including;

    Controlling noise
    Directing exhaust fumes away from the vehicles occupants
    Improving engine performance
    Improving fuel consumption

    An exhaust system is composed of the following components:

    Exhaust Manifold

    The exhaust manifold acts as a funnel, collecting the exhaust gases from all cylinders of the engine then releasing them through a single opening, …

  • From £39.95

    You can now take advantage of being able to book an MOT at our MOT Test centre colchester right now 24hrs a day 7 days a week with our simple to use online booking system. Once you have made the booking you will receive an email confirming your booking. All that is left to do is turn up at the allotted time.

    If your vehicle should not meet the standards required to be issued with an MOT test certificate we will gladly prepare a no obligation quote for any MOT repairs that maybe required, …

  • For all new cars within the first 3 years of their life, a service at an approved garage is a must. Our approved garage makes sure that your manufacturers’ warranty is protected all the time.

    A regular car service ensures that your car is safe for you and other road users. A service will also ensure the vehicle is running optimally and improves fuel efficiency, prolongs the life of your car and can prove to be much cheaper in the long run. A badly maintained car is unsafe, inefficient and those breakdowns will all add up to …

  • The tyres on your car are the only part of your vehicle that makes contact with the surface below and is a very important aspect of your vehicle. The tyres are in charge of gripping  the roads so that the car is stable, can turn around corners at certain speeds and is one of the many parts that ensure your vehicle gives the passenger a smooth ride.

    There are a few checks that you can do to ensure your vehicle is safe on the roads and in slippery, wet surfaces, can grip the surface well:

    • Depth of tyre tread
    • Tyre pressure
    • Checking Tread for …