Oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle. It keeps your engine lubricated and clean. Changing your oil is perhaps the most important maintenance that you can do to keep your vehicle running smoothly. There are hundreds of moving parts in your engine, oil keeps them lubricated and reduces engine wear and sludge.
Uneven tread wear, that’s a real thing. It shortens tire life, hurts performance and compromises safety and security. Tires are what connect you to the road and keep you rolling. We check for tire wear and make sure your tires are properly aligned, balanced and contain the correct air pressure. Frequent tire rotations not only extend the life of your tires but also help reduce uneven wear.
The air filter’s job is to deliver 10,000 gallons of clean air to the engine for every gallon of gas burned to enter the engine. Modern engines depend on a precise air to fuel ratio in order to function properly. When the engine is deprived of air, the ratio is compromised and that puts more stress on your engine. Regular inspection and replacement when needed helps improve engine performance and fuel economy.
When wiper blades no longer make proper contact with the windshield surface, they can begin to squeak, chatter, skip, smear or streak reducing driving visibility. If you are experiencing any of these conditions it is time to replace your wiper blades. Excellent visibility in rain, sleet or snow is essential to safe driving. We check the condition of your blades and can provide you with replacements if necessary.
Like oil, fluids are the lifeblood of your vehicle. It’s important that they are at proper levels to prevent damage and keep your vehicle healthy. We check and replenish these essential fluids during every service.
How long your brakes last all depend on where, what and how you drive. Stop-n-go traffic, towing, steep grades and aggressive driving can all shorten the life of your brakes. Routine inspection of brake pads let you know when it’s time to for replacement and help if preventing costly and unnecessary additional repairs.
Slow engine cranking, warning indicator lights, a bloated battery, corrosion or rotten sulfur smells are all signs it may be time to replace your battery. With regular testing and proper maintenance batteries will have a long life and provide reliable, dependable service.