We know that your vehicle is one of your largest investments.
We believe you can MAXIMIZE YOUR
VEHICLE’S LIFE AND PERFORMANCE.
Whether it’s time for a 30,000, -
60,000 or 90,000 mile service, we can handle any and all preventive
maintenance and automotive repairs required.
Foreign, domestic or European – All OUR SERVICES MEET OR EXCEED
MANUFACTURER’S REQUIREMENTS. Call and schedule your preventative
service today. Let us help you avoid excessive repairs to your
vehicle by doing the necessary and timely maintenance checks.
Preventive Maintenance Check List:
● Always consult your owner’s manual
for schedule of oil filter changes
(approx. every 3K to 5K miles)
● Check all fluid levels – Including
brake, power steering, transmission / transaxle, windshield washer
● Check tire inflation once / month –
Under-inflated tires rob you of fuel
● Keep engine properly tuned – Fouled
spark plugs can reduce fuel efficiency by up to 30%
● Lubricate the chassis frequently
This extends the life of the suspension system’s moving parts
cables and posts for corrosion – Clean as needed
● Check battery fluid level – Fill as
needed ( unless maintenance-free )
● Regularly inspect engine
● Check air filtration system
frequently – At every other oil change. This ensures peak vehicle
PREVENTATIVE AUTO MAINTENANCE
following is a list of some key areas requiring preventative
maintenance. Consult your owner's manual for information about when
to replace specific fluids and components: Change oil regularly,
Monitor all fluids, Maintain transmission, Change spark plugs as
required, Watch the timing belt, Flush the radiator, Change all filters,
Combat rust, Maintain good driving habits.
Preventive maintenance may seem like
an unnecessary car expense, but it often involves matters that
you'll have to take care of sooner or later, and paying for them
sooner will often be a less expensive undertaking. Most important is
the fact that preventive maintenance will help keep you and others
safe. And if you don't keep up with your car's preventive
maintenance, you may find yourself stuck or in need of repair when
you can least afford it.
Check all of your fluids
regularly. You may need some assistance from a parent or
mechanic to show you where to check if you are unfamiliar with the
process. You should check your oil, antifreeze, steering fluid and
brake fluid regularly. It's also a good idea to check your wiper
fluid. It is of the utmost importance that your car not run out of
oil, as this can destroy your engine. Your oil can get very dirty
and should be changed about every 3-5,000 miles or three months.
Antifreeze should not be allowed to get too low or your car engine
will overheat, which can do severe damage. Antifreeze should be
changed about once every two years.
Check your tire pressure often--at least once a week is a good idea.
Buy a simple tire gauge, then just stick it into your valve stem to
get a reading. The amount of pressure that your tires should be
inflated to can be found on the inside door jamb on the driver's
side of your car. Low inflation is dangerous because it can cause
loss of control and blowouts. It also causes poor gas mileage. You
should also check the tire tread for uneven wear and to see if there
is enough tread on the tires. Stick a penny in the tire tread, and
if you can see all of Lincoln's head, it's time to get a new tire.
also important to have your brake pads changed regularly.
Brake pads can last anywhere from 20,000 and 60,000 miles. You
should also listen to see if you hear any screeching or grinding.
These signs will let you know if there is a problem, but it makes
sense to check often and get pads changed early rather than late.
Air Filter and Battery
Two other important areas to check are your air filter and your
battery. Have our Technicians test your battery if it is over 3
years old. A battery will usually last about five years or more.
Take a look to see if there is any corrosion around the battery or
battery cables. If you think your battery is getting up there in
age, just go ahead and replace it. Spending a little bit of money
early is better than being stranded somewhere.
Your air filter is what keeps the air that runs through your engine
clean. The filter can get very dirty, and replacing it will make
your car run better. A dirty air filter can rob you of gas mileage.
There are a lot of pieces to a car, and everything should be kept in
good order. Bring your car in to our service center and we will
perform a vehicle inspection to ensure you are aware of any
potential problems with your car or light truck. Always, pay attention to any
dashboard trouble lights that come on and have them checked out