Banbridge local vehicle mechanics
At J&M Auto Repairs, we offer a complete range of professional, reliable garage services. We aim to become your one-stop shop for all your vehicle repair and maintenance needs. Book your vehicle in with us today!
Taking care of all your vehicle repair and servicing needs
Based in Banbridge, County Down and with extensive experience from building track cars, repairing agricultural machinery and maintaining commercial fleets we have the ability to offer vehicle repairs and servicing throughout the area, for all makes/models. No job will be turned away, big or small.
If your car needs an MOT we will prepare your vehicle and can take your vehicle to the test centre on your behalf. Our specialist MOT testing equipment will check for issues in advance.
J&M Auto Repairs offer full repair and maintenance services under one roof including:
- Warranty repairs
- Rolling road testing
- Aircon refills
And much more besides.
Located in Banbridge we’re in a convenient spot for local motorists and those passing through.
Vehicle remapping & custom tuning specialists
Remapping an engine is an option for consideration when trying to increase the performance of your vehicle.
What is remapping?
Remapping a car is a cost-effective modification to your car’s Electronic Control Unit (ECU), overwriting the manufacturer’s factory settings. This increases your car's performance.
What is an ECU?
Your vehicle's ECU is a computer in your car that controls engine power output. Manufacturers set the limit of your car’s performance capabilities to levels that extend the life of the engine.
Benefits of remapping.
The main reason drivers get an engine remapped, is to boost the engine's power.
Other benefits of remapping.
With enhanced engine response, your car will feel smoother and easier to drive.
Remapping should increase your vehicles MPG and fuel economy.
Remapping will give it extra power, meaning it won’t have to work so hard when climbing or accelerating.
A way to reduce NOx emissions is Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR). This involves recirculating part of the engine’s exhaust back into the intake air. A valve is usually used to control the flow of gas, and the valve may be closed completely if needed.