OIL CHANGES AND FILTERS
Checking your vehicle's oil level becomes important in your engine performing optimally. More newer vehicle's provide a digital oil life monitoring system; this meter is not only based on mileage but on actual conditions that affect the quality of the motor oil.
More so, checking your vehicle's filters may save you from serious engine damages in the future. Among the listing are: Engine Air Filters, Oil Filter, Cabin Air Filter, and Fuel Filter.
Maintaining your vehicle's health can be overwhelming, so its best narrow down the most important routine maintenance factors:
5 ROUTINE MAINTENANCES
A vehicle's braking system is extremely important in our everyday lives. Being able to stop your vehicle without any obstacles keeps everyone safe around you while driving. Brake pads should be replaced about every 10,000 miles. Along with your brake pads, it is important to check brake fluid, brake lining, and brake hoses.
Tires are your vehicle's shoes. Keeping your tires' recommended pressure will provide you with tire longevity and better fuel economy. It becomes important to rotate your tires when needed and keep them balanced with assistance from our service center. If you start to notice bad wear patterns, it might be time for a vehicle alignment.
Tires, Tires, Tires, and more Tires, ever wonder why you need to keep buying the same tire every season. More than likely, your vehicle needs an alignment. Driving with a more precise alignment allows the vehicle to provide stability when driving. Easiest way to determine if your vehicle needs aligning is if the steering wheel drifts more in either direction when trying to drive straight. Try this method in an open parking lot to keep everyone from harm.
Coolants or Antifreeze maintain safe temperature levels for the engine. Normally there are 2 level indicators on the side of the Antifreeze tank. One level can be observed when your engine is hot and other when your engine is cold. At some point, your vehicles will need to perform a system flush; this usually occurs every 2 to 3 years or 24,000 to 36,000 miles. If neglected, your engine may encounter some damages.