Your engine is made up of many moving parts, and those parts need to be properly lubricated to avoid damage to your vehicle’s engine. Lubricating oil in the engine provides this vital service, but over time that oil breaks down and becomes contaminated with dust, dirt and debris from your engine as well as the environment. When that happens, oil can’t do its job. Changing your oil and filter will help your vehicle’s engine continue working at its best.
Most technicians will recommend an oil change every 3,000 miles. Some new vehicles allow for oil changes at the 7,500 mile mark under specific driving conditions. You can also extend the length of your oil change by opting for an upgraded synthetic oil. Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual to know with certainty.
Your car’s battery has the important job of providing the electrical energy required to start your car.
In today’s vehicles, the battery works even when your engine is off, powering electronic components like your vehicle’s computer, digital radio, alarm, clock, and even windows and door locks. Remember to have regular car battery inspections and services performed regularly, to save you both time and money.
We also check your car for the following:
Major Systems and Components
Engine, Transmission, Brakes, Steering, Starting and Charging, Heating and Cooling, Lighting
Battery, Radiator, Water Pump, Air Filter, Belts and Hoses
Engine Oil, Coolant, Transmission, Power Steering, Brake, Windshield Washer
Shocks and Struts, Brake and Fuel Lines, Exhaust System, Driveline
Tread Depth, Wear Patterns, Inflation Pressure, Overall Condition