Our mission is to provide the highest quality automotive service and support for our customers and their cars, and to do so in an honest, ethical manner. We will charge fees that are fair for the customer while allowing for a fair profit for the company. As a result, we will strive to build a loyal, repeat customer base that will ensure our ability to stay in business to serve the needs of our customers. In all of our dealings, we will always use a “just scale”
We provides honest and reliable automotive repair and maintenance services by hiring Certified Technicians in Karachi providing clear and easy to understand estimates (separating parts and labor) and details in regards to repair and maintenance services (so you can understand what you're paying for!), and personalized service with each visit.We do everything in our power not only to meet customer expectations, but also to exceed them. We work on cars, because at the end of the day, it's what we love doing
For safe and reliable operation, every vehicle depends on a fully functional electrical system.
To troubleshoot your vehicle's electrical system, the experts at Al-Rafay Enterprise use specialized diagnostic equipment to access your vehicle's data and pinpoint the cause of any electrical problems. Our electrical system service includes:
A thorough visual inspection of battery and case condition
Check to ensure your battery can still deliver adequate power, and replace it if necessary
Electrical cable connections are examined and adjusted, if necessary
Engine diagnostics may be necessary to troubleshoot sophisticated systems or complex electrical problems
Why is it important to get my vehicle's electric system serviced?
There are dozens of electrical components needed to route power in your vehicle's electrical system and these can vary greatly according to vehicle make, model and age. Your electrical system includes your vehicle's battery, alternator and starter. Many new vehicles also feature sophisticated computer systems that affect functions like steering, brakes, sensors, and more. All of these electrical components make it difficult to diagnose the cause of vehicle electrical problems, but most begin and end with your battery.
How do I know when it's time to have my vehicle's electrical system serviced?
Batteries usually last between three and seven years, so it's a smart idea to replace yours every four years as a safety measure. Have your vehicle's electrical system checked immediately if:
Your vehicle won't start - you turn your key and hear clicking, grinding, or no sound at all
Interior or dashboard lights do not illuminate properly
Your vehicle runs well, but the headlights dim while you're traveling at low speeds, or idling at a stop
Rough engine idle – engine pings or knocks on acceleration – poor gas mileage – hard engine starts…
These are all common symptoms that indicate it’s time for engine diagnostic, tune-up services or repairs to your vehicle. Automotive engine repair services encompass a wide range of options depending on the length of time between services or a sudden breakdown of a component that stops the engine cold.
Basic preventative maintenance habits such as changing your car’s oil or air- intake filter can help to extend the life of your car’s engine and increase reliability. For more information, refer to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended scheduled maintenance section in your owner’s manual.
Typically, car repair and maintenance services encompass the following areas:
Engine diagnosis and repair
Oil and oil filter change
Spark plug replacement
Crank case vent filters
Vapor canister filters
If you begin to feel the clutch making some small jerks, just like knots on a string, it can be a sign that the clutch is defective
We can do anything from replace a clutch cable right through to the bigger jobs like replace the whole clutch kit - which includes the clutch plate, pressure plate and the thrust / throw out bearing.
When should you replace the clutch?
Normally the clutch smoothly releases in both directions. It may feel harder to press down, or does not release as easily as normal. When you depress the clutch and shift gears there will be some sounds like cogs are running against each other, a sort of grinding noise. This indicates it is time to get the clutch looked over by a professional.
Do you need more runway than a 747 to stop your car? If you answered yes it's time to have your brakes inspected at Al-Rafay Enterprise
From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, Midas technicians know every part of your brake system inside and out and can perform brake repair on any make and model.Your vehicle’s brake system has one job – to stop your vehicle. But it takes several key components to deliver that singular end result. To bring a vehicle to a halt, three things are necessary: leverage, hydraulic force and friction. Leverage is supplied by the driver’s leg pressure and the brake pedal. The pedal is connected by levers and rods to the back of the power booster. The power booster uses either engine vacuum or a hydraulic pump to multiply and transfer the force of that leverage to the master cylinder. The master cylinder is the heart of your vehicle’s brake hydraulic system. It uses applied leverage to force a reservoir full of brake fluid through valves, steel lines and rubber hoses into hydraulic calipers and wheel cylinders. That hydraulic pressure is then used to help create friction.
For example, disc brakes use a hydraulic caliper fitted with brake pads to grab a spinning disc (or rotor). Drum brakes, on the other hand, have a hydraulic wheel cylinder that pushes a brake shoe against the inside of a spinning drum. Either design involves highly engineered parts and precise movement. The more force a driver applies to the brake pedal, the greater the stopping force that is applied at the wheels.
In addition to this primary braking system, most of today’s vehicles utilize an electronic Anti-lock Brake System. Using electronic sensors and high pressure pumps, under certain conditions, your ABS system can measure vehicle speed, wheel slip and brake force. Then it actually pumps the brakes for you during an emergency stop.
That’s why it’s essential to be proactive about testing overall brake components. And to know whether a brake component needs simply to be serviced or totally replaced.