Synthetic engine oils are produced through a synthesis process that takes very small molecules and assembles them into larger designer molecules with premium lubricating properties.
Following the manufacturer’s recommended oil change intervals is crucial for maintaining the health of your engine and ensuring its longevity. There are several factors, including the make and model of your car, the type of oil you use, and your driving habits that influence when you should change your oil.
When you hear squealing or grinding noises, soft or spongy brake pedal, vibrations or pulsations, longer stopping distances, dashboard warning lights, burning smell, and visible brake fluid leaks.
Contact us via phone to schedule an appointment for an estimate. We provide estimates Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays. Estimates take approximately 15 minutes and you don’t need to leave your vehicle. At this point we will assess if the vehicle is still drivable until the appointment of repair.
Brake pads and brake rotors are a system and are designed to work together. Brake pads and brake rotors wear out over time due to friction and heat generated during braking. Replacing both components at the same time ensures even wear on the braking surface.
The best kind of motor oil for your vehicle depends on various factors, including the make and model of your car, its age, driving conditions, and the manufacturer’s recommendations. There are three primary types of motor oil: conventional, synthetic, and synthetic blend. Your car’s owners manual will list which motor oils are best for your vehicle.
Regular battery maintenance and testing can help you avoid sudden breakdowns and ensure that your vehicle starts reliably. Diminished crank power, frequent jump starts, dashboard warnings, corroded or damaged terminals, and visible physical damage are all signs your battery might need replaced.
No. You can have routine service done by any independent service station, shop or garage and still maintain your warranty.

Spark plugs
When to replace: Every 30,000 to 100,000 miles.

Engine belts & timing belts
When to replace: Every 3 years or 36,000 miles for engine belts or 60,000 to 90,000 miles for the timing belt.

When to replace: Every 2 years or 24,000 miles.

When to replace: At the minimum safe tread depth or 6 to 10 years.

When to replace: Every 2 years or 24,000 miles (fluid), prior to minimum safe thickness (pads).

Fuel filter
When to replace: Every 2 years or 24,000 miles.

Power-steering fluid
When to replace: Inspect level with every engine oil change, top-off as needed.

When to replace: Typically 48 to 60 months or as needed.

Air filter
When to replace: 12 months, 12,000 miles or as needed.

Automatic trans fluid/filter
When to replace: Every 2 years or 24,000 miles.

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