Sec. 14A-1-3.1 Motor vehicle repair.

(a) Definitions. For the purposes of this section the following definitions shall have the following specified meanings:
“Major vehicle repair” means any maintenance, repair or replacement not listed in the definition of “minor vehicle repair” in this subsection, including, but not limited to, the removal of engines, rebuilding of engines, repair of the internal components, repair or removal of differentials or axles, dismantling of vehicles, and body work;
“Minor vehicle repair” means maintenance, repair or replacement of the alternator, generator, starter, water pump, battery, brakes or part thereof; minor tune-up (which consists of distributor cap, rotor and spark plug replacement); change of oil and filter, fan belt, or hoses; lamp replacement; repair of flat tires; lubrication;
(b) Minor Motor Vehicle Repair. It is unlawful and a public nuisance for any person to engage in a minor motor vehicle repair in any residential zone:
(1) Outside a fully enclosed structure, except that minor vehicle repair may be performed outside a fully enclosed structure where elapsed time between the beginning and the end of the repair do not exceed forty-eight hours;
(2) For any commercial purpose.
(c) Major Motor Vehicle Repair. It is unlawful and a public nuisance for any person to engage in major motor vehicle repair in any residential zone:
(1) Outside a fully enclosed structure;
(2) For any commercial purpose.
(d) Painting the body of any vehicle is not permitted in any residential zone. (Ord. No. 1306, § 4.)