Greenfield Indiana Auto Repair Service Shop


Jenkins Auto Repair Professionals

110 S. Harrison St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

Ph. 317-462-4455

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Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sat & Sun: closed

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Jenkins Auto Repair Professionals


We are Automotive Repair Professionals. We love fixing cars. We want every client to feel comfortable and have peace of mind when having their vehicle serviced here. Our goal is to take the fear out of Auto Repair. We work hard every day to take care of client's vehicles quickly and correctly. We are setting a higher standard in the local auto repair industry thru hiring and training professional employees, developing personal relationships with clients and their vehicles, providing accurate and complete information, performing the most comprehensive repair and maintenance procedures. We consistently strive to improve upon all aspects of our service. Our staff intends to exceed your expectations in every way.

We realize that when it comes to Automotive Service you have a choice, So we Thank You Sincerely for choosing Jenkins Auto Repair Professionals for your vehicle's repair and maintenance needs.


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1.  The smell of burnt rubber could be slipping drive belts or misplaced loose hoses that might be rubbing against rotating accessory drive pulleys. Do not reach in if the engine compartment is hot.


2.  The smell of hot oil could mean that oil is leaking onto the exhaust system. To verify the leak, look for oil on the pavement or smoke coming from the engine area.


3.  The smell of gasoline is likely the sign of a gas leak in some area of the vehicle such as a fuel injector line or the fuel tank. Any smell of fuel can result in a possible fire hazard, so immediate attention should be given.


4.  The sweet smell of syrup may be a sign that your car is leaking engine coolant from a leaky component related to the carís cooling system. Do not open the radiator cap when it is hot.


5.  The smell of burning carpet could be a sign of brake trouble and a safety hazard. Have your brakes checked right away, especially if this smell is happening during normal driving conditions.


6.  The smell of rotten eggs is never a good one and, if you smell it coming from your vehicle, it could mean a problem with your catalytic converter not converting the hydrogen sulfide in the exhaust to sulfur dioxide properly. This smell can also be attributed to a poor running engine, causing the catalytic converter to become overloaded and fail due to meltdown.






Jenkins Auto Repair

110 S. Harrison St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

Ph. 317-462-4455



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