Oil Change Service
The oil and oil filter should be replaced according to the manufacturer’s recommended auto maintenance schedule.
A majority of automotive authorities suggest the oil and oil filter be replaced between 3,000 and 7,000 miles. However, vehicle recommendations do vary and this information may be found in your owners manual. Other lubricants which may be checked and serviced include transmission oil/fluid, power steering fluid, differential or transfer case gear oil, and others, depending on vehicle.
You may want to have your oil and lubricants changed more often if you use your vehicle for off-road use or if you tow a trailer with your vehicle or you find yourself often stuck in stop-and-go traffic.
- Replace Oil Filter
- Replace Motor Oil
- Lube Chassis where applicable
- Check tire pressure
- Check all Fluid Levels
We can also flush and refill your cooling system. Your vehicle’s cooling system should be flushed and refilled every two years. Your coolant should also be checked periodically to make sure the coolant is at the recommended level, condition and concentration.
Chassis lubrication is something that should be done during an oil change, maintenance service or safety inspection. Important: not all vehicles have grease fittings. In fact, as time moves forward the grease fitting is becoming a thing of the past.