Keep your ride happy and save money on repairs in the future with regular preventive maintenance. Anyone who’s ever worked on cars or spent a ton of money getting their car repaired will tell you: Don’t ignore it.
The basics, like changing your oil, checking your tire pressure, and getting scheduled inspections and work done are like getting regular checkups at the doctor. They keep you healthy and give you—and the experts—a chance to catch anything serious before it becomes a major problem. With your car, that can save you thousands.
In case your car’s air conditioning is not cooling properly, it could be from a leak to a worn out filter/condenser to loose wires and even excessive heat radiation from the engine, which is recommended to fix immediately.
A broken heater can prevent your defroster from blowing warm air to your windshield to eliminate ice and fog, which can pose a hazard while driving. To have your vehicle ready for the winter, it must be inspected for any antifreeze leak.
Air Filter Replacement
Your car’s engine air filter should be replaced when it gets dirty enough. It requires proper maintenance to perform at an optimal level, which includes replacing it periodically to prevent dust and debris from clogging the engine.
Prevent trouble in your car’s cooling system by keeping an eye out for leaks and replacing old or damaged hoses, especially in hot weather times; high temperatures cause damage to them, which lead to more problems with the vehicle.
This inspection must be done periodically to know the conditions that the battery and alternator are in, to prevent low charge or starting problems. If we determine that it isn’t performing as it should do, we’ll replace it with a new one.
The engine serves as the heart of your vehicle, so changing its oil is one of the most important preventative maintenance service for your car that must be done periodically to give more life to your motor and keep it running longer.
If your car has a grinding or squeaking sound when is coming to a stop, you may need new brake pads or rotors. For the safety of you and your passengers, in every oil change, the brakes should be inspected, in case a change is needed.
Shock Absorber Change
Shock absorbers keeps your vehicle riding smooth and stable. Change them if your car has an unstable and bouncy ride, the tires lost contact with the road, there’s leaking fluid or you had a hard impact when you drive over a bump.
Cooling System Inspection
We recommend this service maintenance check at least once every two years, because if this is not working, it must be fixed immediately to keep the car from a severe damage. The engine has to be at a certain temperature that must be conserved.
If you feel that your car’s engine has a rough idle, it misfires or hesitates with lack of acceleration, making trouble to start the vehicle, maybe you need a change of spark plugs, which also gives your car a maximum yield of fuel.
Engine Belts Inspection
Changing damaged belts prevents overheated engine, loss of power steering and loss of the electrical charging system. This way, your car will not leave you stranded in the road with internal damage that requires expensive repairs.
Tire Air Pressure
For smooth, safe rides and long-lasting tires, it’s important to find the right tire pressure for your vehicle. When it comes to the right one, the maximum is not the optimum. This service helps your car handle safer and saves money on fuel.
Checking fluid levels regularly and changing them periodically, such as antifreeze, brake fluid, hydraulic steering fluid or transmission, can minimize the risks of breakdowns and prolong the life of important parts of your vehicle.
It’s important to inspect your tires every month for wear. Its performance is critical to the safety and efficiency of your vehicle, because at some point of their life, they start to lose traction and its braking ability.
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