[message_box title=”Check Monthly” color=”blue”]
- Check All Lights
- Check Tire Pressure and Condition
- Check Windshield Washer Fluid
[message_box title=”REGULAR OIL CHANGE (Every 3 Months/ 3,000 Miles)” color=”blue”]
- Check Wiper Blades
- Check All Vital Fluids & Top Off
- Inspect Tire Pressure & Condition
- Check Car Over
- Replace Oil & Filter
- Check All Lights
- Check Air Filter
- Check Washer Fluid & Top Off
[message_box title=”SYNTHETIC OIL CHANGE (Every 6 Months/ 5,000 Miles)” color=”blue”]
- Same As Regular Oil Change With Synthetic Oil.
[message_box title=”15,000 MILE SERVICE” color=”blue”]
Includes All Items In Oil Change Service Plus:
- Replace Air Filter
- Add BG MOA ®
- Add BG 44K ®
- Rotate Tires
- Lubricate Doors & Window Seals
- Check Cabin Filter
- Check Brakes
- Check Suspension
[message_box title=”30,000 MILE SERVICE” color=”blue”]
Includes All Items In 15,000 Mile Service Plus:
- Replace Cabin Filter
- Replace Spark Plugs
- Replace Fuel Filter
- Service Transmission
- Replace Differential Fluids
- Check Battery & Cables
We Also Perform 45/ 60/ 75/ 90K etc… Services.
(Some Items May Be Added Or Removed From Any Of These Services Depending On The Vehicles Specific Year, Make & Model.)
OTHER VEHICLE SYSTEM SERVICE INTERVALS:
[acc_item title=”AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID”]Check fluid level with engine running and transmission in park. For maximum performance, change every two years or 30,000 miles, or as directed in owners manual.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BATTERY AND CABLES”]Battery should be securely mounted. Battery connections should be clean, tight and corrosion free. If the battery is three years older or more, it should be tested and replaced if necessary.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BELTS”]Accessory/ serpentine belts should be checked at all services. Replace when cracked, frayed, glazed or showing signs of excessive wear. Replace timing belt per interval specified in owner’s manual. Typically this is 60,000 to 90,000 miles. Not replacing the belt as required could cause a breakdown or serious engine damage.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BRAKES”]Check the entire brake system every year, including brake linings, rotors and drums.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BRAKE FLUID”]Brake fluid should be flushed every two years or 30,000 miles. Check the level and the fluid condition at the reservoir.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”CABIN FILTER”]Replace annually, or more often in areas with heavy airborne contaminants or whenever heating or cooling efficiency is reduced.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON”]If light comes on while driving or remains on, your vehicle may have an emissions or sensor problem and should be analyzed. If the light flashes , the condition is more severe and must be checked immediately to prevent any further damage.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”COOLANT (ANTIFREEZE)”]Coolant should be changed annually on most vehicles. Check the level at the reservoir. Never open a hot radiator cap. If low, add 50/50 mix of approved antifreeze and distilled water.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”ENGINE AIR FILTER”]Inspect filter at each oil change. Replace annually or when leaking, torn, water or oil soaked, dirty or showing other signs of wear.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”EXHAUST”]Inspect for leaks, damage and broken supports or hangers if there is an unusual noise. Exhaust leaks can be dangerous and need to be corrected right away.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”FUEL FILTER”]Inspect filter at each oil change. Replace if restricted or water contaminated. Cars with fuel injection should have the fuel filter replaced every two years or 24,000 miles. Cars with carburetors should replace it once a year or 12,000 miles.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”HOSES”]Inspect hoses at each oil change and replace when leaking, brittle, cracked, rusted, swollen or restricted.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”POWER STEERING FLUID”]Check the fluid with the car warmed up. Add the correct type of fluid if low. If frequent topping off is required, inspect for leaks and replace if contaminated.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”SPARK PLUGS”]Typical replacement intervals range between 30,000 and 100,000 miles, depending on the vehicle and type of spark plug. Consult your owners manual for your specific vehicle.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”STEERING AND SUSPENSION”]Inspect system annually, including shock absorbers, struts and chassis parts, such as ball joints, tie rod ends and other related components. Replace the part if it’s leaking, damaged or the mounting hardware is loose. Symptoms of worn suspension parts include uneven tire wear and excessive bouncing after bumps.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”TIRE PRESSURE AND CONDITION”]Check the pressure of all tires, including the spare, at every oil change. Check the tread for uneven or irregular wear and cuts or bruises along the sidewalls. Inflate tires and maintain at recommended pressure. Replace tires if worn or damaged.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID”]Check fluid level monthly. Some vehicles have two reservoirs. Do not use water. Use washer fluid only.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”WIPER BLADES”]Replace every six months or when cracked, cut, torn, streaking or chattering.[/acc_item]
FOLLOW THE SEVERE CONDITIONS SCHEDULE IN YOUR OWNERS MANUAL, IF YOU DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE MAINLY UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
• Driving less than 5 miles per trip or in freezing temperatures.
• Driving less than 10 miles per trip.
• Driving in hot (Over 90 F) conditions.
• Extensive idling or long periods of stop and go driving.
• Driving with a rooftop carrier or driving in mountainous conditions.
• Driving in muddy, dusty or de-iced roads.