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Proper oil maintenance will help extend the life of your vehicle. Generally it is recommended to change your oil every 3,000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first (Follow your owner's manual recommendations). Even if you do not drive often, the engine oil could get contaminated as a result of accumulated moisture. Contaminants are whipped into the oil as it runs through your engine. Neglected oil will eventually turn these contaminants into sludge. Sludge could eventually cause engine failure. Read more
What is an air filter? The engine air filter stops airborne contaminants from getting sucked into your vehicle's engine such as dust, leaves, and debris before it can do damage to the engine. If you really neglect the air filter for a long time, your vehicle may stop running altogether. While permanent damage is unlikely, it is possible. If an air filter were sufficiently dirty and damaged, it could allow harmful, abrasive contaminants into the combustion chamber.Read more
Having properly working wiper blades is essential to ensuring you can clearly see where you are driving during rain, snow and sleet. Ironically, wiper blades are also one of the most commonly “forgotten about” components during regular vehicle maintenance. Our technicians inspect the wiper blades during every single oil change, and if you do end up needing a replacement, we keep wiper blades in stock so you can get back on the road sooner rather than later.Read more
Your engines cooling system helps to regulate the engines operating temperature by removing heat from the engine. A failing cooling system can lead to costly repairs and even engine failure. Routine cooling system service known as a coolant exchange will remove the old coolant and replace it with the proper amount of OEM required fluid. This helps protect your engine, radiator or cooling system parts from costly repairs.
Your Automatic Transmission has hundreds of parts that must operate efficiently to provide smooth and dependable operations of your vehicle. Overtime the additives in the Automatic Transmission fluid are depleted and deposits gather which can harm the operation of the transmission leading to rough shifting, repairs and even transmission failure. Changing out your transmission fluid routinely during an Automatic Transmission Drain and Fill provides your transmission with clean OEM approved transmission fluid to reduce heat stress and lubricate all the moving parts of the transmission helping to protect your transmission system from costly repairs or replacement.
The primary function of a battery is to supply the vehicle with enough electricity to the starter to help start your vehicle. Your battery can be strained from high heats and excessive electronic accessories such as chargers, GPS systems , stereos and improperly functioning systems like your starter or alternator. Upon Request, a Take 5 technician will test your battery and charging systems to help identify key problems that can lead to battery failure before your battery goes out.
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