NIck's Automotive Technology

Nick's Automotive
Quality automotive services

  531 Tunxis Hill Rd

Fairfield CT 06825


Tired of paying outrageous prices at the dealership? We can help.

About Us

Nick Gramigna

  With 47 years in the automotive business, Nick Gramigna is no stranger to any automotive repair need that you may have.  Along with being certified with the State of Connecticut for emissions repair. Nick is an expert in Acura and Honda repairs . Nick is also an ASE Certified MASTER AUTOMOBILE TECHNICIANand ASE Certified MASTER MEDIUM / HEAVY TRUCK TECHNICIAN. His career began in 1970 when he became the owner and operator of Nick’s Sunoco on Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield. He remained in business there for 18 years and then in 1988 opened Circle Towing, Body and Mechanical Shop which serviced the Fairfield area for the next 8 years. In 2011 he was part of the Bodymotion pit crew that brought home 1st and 2nd place in the Intercontinental Trophy Cup.  

Our Technicians

With an accumulative 35 plus years in automotive diagnostic and repair services, Jay, Jason & Raymond go above & beyond to give you a comprehensive digital inspection with repairs done right, the first time. 

In The Office

Tara Gramigna was raised in the automotive industry & over-sees the daily operations of the administrative side of Nick's Automotive. 


Kristen Riccobene has been in the automotive industry for 7 years in both management & service. 


Between these two ladies they can answer and assist you in every aspect of your vehicle repair from head gasket to tail pipe.

Heading Off Problems



Contact Us

Nick's Automotive Technology

203.366.4775

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm


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Services

Oil & Filter

Conventional oil change $34.95

Synthetic Oil Change $69.95


Includes: Labor, Oil (up to 5 quarts additional cost per unit over 5) Filter & Tire Rotation 

Brake System Repair and Replacement

Brake System Components That Can Fail The master cylinder, the heart of the vehicle’s braking system, holds the brake fluid when it is not being delivered to the brakes through the brake lines. If brake fluid leaks because the master cylinder is worn or brake lines are plugged or broken, the fluid cannot be delivered, and brake pad wear could be effected.The brake fluid itself can become dirty or contaminated as it draws rust-causing moisture and picks up other debris, or it can break down from excess heat. Clean brake fluid is either clear or slightly yellow, while dirty brake fluid may be brown or even black. Old and dirty brake fluid can damage ABS brake systems internally.The brake lines connect to the master cylinder through a combination valve, which combines a metering and proportioning valve. It regulates the pressure on the front and rear wheels to make sure both sets of brakes are applied simultaneously. A malfunctioning combination valve may cause the wheels to lock up.

*Our promise to you* We at Nick's Automotive only use OEM or OEM equivalent replacement parts. 

Axle Repair & Replacement

 Your vehicle’s axles are vital to keeping you safe on the road. They are just as important as other safety devices on your vehicle, such as brakes and tires. Axles bear all of your vehicle’s weight. They connect its wheels and help drive the vehicle. In most cars, the axles are an essential part of the steering system, working with power steering fluid and other components to ensure smooth turning. 

Radiator Services

 Your vehicle’s radiator helps keep your engine cool. Overheated engines can lead to numerous problems, including eventual breakdowns. Your vehicle’ radiator sits at the front of the engine bay; it’s made up of slim, hollow channels that run between the inlet and outlet tanks. Coolant pumps through tubes to the engine, where it is warmed. Once the coolant reaches the engine, it goes to the radiator, which is constructed to cool the flowing liquid using the air passing the radiator. The cooled liquid cycles back through the engine, where it absorbs more heat. This cycle allows the engine to keep working at ideal temperatures.If your vehicle overheats, you may need to have your radiator serviced or replaced. An elevated temperature gauge is another sign that your radiator might be malfunctioning. Puddles of green, yellow or orange coolant under your car could indicate that there is a radiator leak, which could be caused by corrosion. If you notice any of these signs that your radiator needs to be serviced or replaced,Our team of experts can fix leaks or replace your radiator so you can get back on the road worry-free. 

Battery Service

 Your vehicle’s battery is the source of electrical currents necessary to start the engine. The battery provides power to your vehicle’s accessories and electrical parts; it allows them to operate even when your vehicle’s engine is not running. Additionally, components such as your engine and starter rely on the battery for power; they cannot run without a properly functioning battery. Your battery is your vehicle’s voltage stabilizer for the entire electrical system. Most vehicle batteries need to be replaced every few years, depending on the conditions in which you drive. Extreme weather, continued use of vehicle accessories and other conditions can lead to shorter battery life. Over time, your battery loses juice, and you may need to occasionally jump-start your vehicle in order to get it running. If your vehicle is showing signs of lessened battery life.

A/C Recharge

When you start your vehicle’s air conditioning system, the compressor works by putting the refrigerant under pressure, sending it to the condensing coils, which are generally in front of your vehicle’s radiator. The condenser expels hot air to outside the car, cooling the air within the vehicle. When this happens, the refrigerant is cooled, and it changes form a gas to a liquid, which then passes through the expansion valve and to the evaporator.Once the evaporator receives the liquid-state refrigerant, it loses pressure and cools the remaining liquid. The vehicle’s blower moves air across the evaporator and into the vehicle’s interior. If you keep your air conditioning unit turned on, the refrigerant goes through this cycle continuously.If any of these components is damaged, it can turn your cool car into a furnace during the summer months