Chicago's Top Rated Emissions, Exhaust, Suspension, Brakes and Diagnostic Specialists.

500+ Reviews

2100 S Ashland Ave.

Chicago, IL 60608

312-243-9090

Mon - Fri 8 - 6pm, Sat 8 - 4pm

About Us

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What can we do for you?

Let us put our 20+ years of experience to work for you. Wether it is a hard to diagnose engine or electrical problem or scheduled maintenance for your car. You can count on us to get you back on the road fast. Stop going from place to place trying to figure out that elusive problem, we get you back on the road fast.

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Have questions?

The best way to get your car diagnosed is to visit us, but feel free to call with questions.

our certified technicians work on the following car brands

Teloloapan Mufflers repairs emissions-related failures. The diagnosis and repair of emissions problems has been our specialty in automotive repair, which means that we guarantee your car will pass Illinois emissions test.

We are dealer alternative. We diagnose and service your vehicles with the Newest (OEM level) scan tools.

Teloloapan Muffler & Brake is certified by the ASE so we guarantee our quality.
 
WHAT IS THE OBD TEST? 

The OBD test consists of connecting a scan tool to a vehicle’s onboard computer to determine the OBD system status (readiness checks), to determine whether the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) is commanded to be illuminated, and to retrieve any stored diagnostic trouble codes.

Vehicles will pass the OBD test if the OBD system is working, all required emissions system readiness checks have been completed, and the MIL is not commanded to be illuminated.

Vehicles will fail the OBD test if the MIL is commanded to be illuminated and diagnostic codes are present. It will also fail if the OBD system is inoperable or if the OBD connector is missing, damaged, or inaccessible.

At Teloloapan Muffler & Brakes, our priority is customer satisfaction and we pride ourselves on providing just that. We offer the highest quality in auto repair and emissions repairs related failures in Chicago, Illinois.