Early Bird / Night Drop Form

When dropping your vehicle off, please make sure to write your service instructions on the envelope.  Lock your car, and place your keys in the envelope and seal.  Sign at the bottom and drop in our mail slot.

Please fill out the form completely, especially a good contact phone number.

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Night Drop Form

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  • Air Conditioning

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  • Battery Service

  • Bearings & Seals

  • Belts & Hoses

  • Brake Systems

  • Charging Systems

  • Computer Diagnostics

  • Cooling Systems

  • Diesel Repair & Service

  • Drive Trains

  • Electrical Systems

  • Engine Service

  • Exhaust Service

  • Fluid Service

  • Fuel Systems

  • Oil Change & Lube

  • Scheduled Maintenance

  • Suspension Systems

  • Timing Belts

  • Tire Rotation & Balance

  • Tire Sales

  • Transmission Service

  • & Much More!

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Fuel Saving Tip: Fuel System Cleaning at All Pro Servicenter in West Des Moines

Go Farther with a Clean Fuel System At any given time, there are a variety of factors contributing to your vehicle’s fuel economy. Old oil, a dirty fuel filter, or a damaged pump can all lead to poor fuel economy and, if left unchecked, damage to your vehicle. One common culprit for wasted gas is…

Water Pump

The Importance Of Your Water Pump Let’s talk water pumps for autos in West Des Moines, Iowa. The engine is cooled by coolant/antifreeze mixed with water. This mixture circulates around the engine, absorbing some of the heat. The coolant then flows through the radiator where air cools it down for the return trip back through…

The Hot Switch (Coolant Vacuum Valve Switch)

Understanding Your Coolant Vacuum Switch When the weather gets cooler, you want the cabin of your vehicle to stay warm.  When you switch on the heat, you may find the air that comes out of the vents just isn’t hot. The problem could be a part of the heating system that not that many people…