Neglecting your vehicle manufacturer’s scheduled maintenance program may result in repairs that could have easily been prevented. From things like dirty or low oil and fluids, to dirty filters, cracked hoses and frayed belts are all addressed during routine scheduled maintenance. Regular preventive maintenance will help you keep your car in top performance and save you money.
Where can I find my car’s preventive maintenance schedule?
You can always give us a call and we will help you to located that information. But honestly, the best place is to check your owner’s manual or the car maker’s website. There you can find all the information about your car and the schedule of maintenance and regular service intervals recommended. Like you, we want to see you get the most life out of your vehicle.
What kind of services are done during scheduled maintenance?
Every manufacturer has a different service interval and recommendations based upon the vehicle’s specifications and equipment. The most common of these and the most often performed are listed below.
- Oil Change
- Tire Rotation & Balancing
- Vital Fluids
- Brake Flush
- Coolant Flush
- Transmission Flush
- Wheel Alignment
- Spark Plugs
- Air FIlter
- Engine Air Filter
- Cabin Air Filter
- Power Steering
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