Preventive maintenance will give you greater confidence in your vehicle, it will protect your wallet, and help to keep your vehicle running smoothly for many years to come.
Below is a list of common routine vehicle maintenance standards. It is important that your vehicle be reviewed by a professional on a regular basis, especially before taking a long road trip.
Engine. Oil changes and tune ups on a semi-regular basis will extend the life of your engine by many years and increase your fuel economy. This will protect your investment and save you money at the pump.
Brakes. Keeping up on your brakes will provide you with peace of mind, and help you avoid accidents by ensuring that your brakes work when you need them the most.
Transmission. Fluid changes. A poorly maintained transmission will quickly turn into an expensive and time consuming automotive nightmare.
Cooling System. Keeping your cooling system in shape will help to prevent overheating, which can be destructive to your engine, permanently. Maintaining the proper levels of coolant can help prevent this disaster.
Air Filters. Your vehicle actually has two air filters, one for the air being drawn into the engine and the other for the passenger cabin. Both need to be replaced periodically if they are to work properly.
Belts. A worn belt can stop you in your tracks. Our technicians will inspect your belts and recommend a replacement if needed.
A/C. Topping off the freon will make your A/C work like new and maintain its functionality in the hottest summer months.
Tires. Checking your tires for unnatural wear and inspecting their condition will help them last for as long as possible. Regular tire rotation will allow your tires to wear more evenly. Maintaining the proper tire pressure will also extend the life of your tires and save you money at the gas pump.