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Possibly a more important question is, “How long do you want your vehicle to provide you with reliable transportation?” Following the recommended vehicle maintenance schedule as listed in your owner’s manual and also advised by your mechanic, helps to maintain your car and help prevent unforeseen car problems down the road.

The vehicle maintenance schedule listed in your owner’s manual is typically based on the miles driven and may look like this:

  • Every 3,000 to 7,000 Miles – Changing the oil and filter is recommended by the automobile manufacturer, depending on the type of vehicle and the kind of oil used. Inspection of the transmission fluid level, coolant, power steering fluid, windshield washer fluid and wipers, tires and all exterior lights is done at the same time.
  • Every 15,000 to 30,000 Miles – Most manufacturers recommend replacing the air filter every 15,000 miles. The car battery and coolant should be inspected every 20,000 miles. The fuel filter should be replaced around 25,000 miles. Every 30,000 miles, replace the air filter and power steering fluid and inspect the coolant, radiator hoses, HVAC system, brake pads and all suspension components.
  • Every 35,000 to 50,000 Miles – The battery should be inspected every 35,000 miles, and replaced if necessary. Every 40,000 miles replace the spark plugs and spark plug wires, and inspect the ignition system and suspension. 
  • Every 60,000 Miles -- Replace brake pads and brake fluid, radiator hoses, coolant, power steering fluid and timing belt. Inspect the HVAC, suspension components and tires.
have a question about the importance of regular car maintenance? Your mechanic can advise about suggested vehicle maintenance schedule so your car will keep rolling safely on the road.
05
Mar
2018

Possibly a more important question is, “How long do you want your vehicle to provide you with reliable transportation?” Following the recommended vehicle maintenance schedule as listed in your owner’s manual and also advised by your mechanic, helps to maintain your car and help prevent unforeseen car problems down the road.

The vehicle maintenance schedule listed in your owner’s manual is typically based on the miles driven and may look like this:

  • Every 3,000 to 7,000 Miles – Changing the oil and filter is recommended by the automobile manufacturer, depending on the type of vehicle and the kind of oil used. Inspection of the transmission fluid level, coolant, power steering fluid, windshield washer fluid and wipers, tires and all exterior lights is done at the same time.
  • Every 15,000 to 30,000 Miles – Most manufacturers recommend replacing the air filter every 15,000 miles. The car battery and coolant should be inspected every 20,000 miles. The fuel filter should be replaced around 25,000 miles. Every 30,000 miles, replace the air filter and power steering fluid and inspect the coolant, radiator hoses, HVAC system, brake pads and all suspension components.
  • Every 35,000 to 50,000 Miles – The battery should be inspected every 35,000 miles, and replaced if necessary. Every 40,000 miles replace the spark plugs and spark plug wires, and inspect the ignition system and suspension. 
  • Every 60,000 Miles -- Replace brake pads and brake fluid, radiator hoses, coolant, power steering fluid and timing belt. Inspect the HVAC, suspension components and tires.
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Ever notice that your car starts to hum while you are driving down the road? This could mean that it’s time to schedule a tire service to rotate your tires. Your car’s weight distribution, brakes, and accidental curb contact all play a role in wearing down your tires. Rotating your tires will improve traction, allow the tread to wear more evenly, help you get a longer lifespan out of your tires, and prevent an emergency tire repair.

You may be asking, “Why do tires make a humming noise?” Here are 3 major problems to consider:

Ask your mechanic why do tires make a humming noise? A tire repair expert can provide advice about what should be taken care of during a typical tire service.
20
Feb
2018

Ever notice that your car starts to hum while you are driving down the road? This could mean that it’s time to schedule a tire service to rotate your tires. Your car’s weight distribution, brakes, and accidental curb contact all play a role in wearing down your tires. Rotating your tires will improve traction, allow the tread to wear more evenly, help you get a longer lifespan out of your tires, and prevent an emergency tire repair.

You may be asking, “Why do tires make a humming noise?” Here are 3 major problems to consider:

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Transmission fluid is a slippery liquid that acts as a lubricant for all of the moving parts inside your transmission. In an automatic transmission, this fluid also serves as a coolant and a viscous fluid that transmits power from the engine to the transmission.

How often do you have to change transmission fluid?

  1. Manual Transmissions: Most vehicle manufacturers recommend a transmission fluid change between every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. The problem is fluid contamination which occurs over time as the synchronizers, bearings and gears in the transmission wear out. The resulting metal particles then float around in the lubricant. Oil that contains microscopic particles of metal does not lubricate as well as clean oil. So if these contaminants are not drained out, they will shorten the life of your transmission. 
  2. Automatic Transmissions: A fluid change for automatic transmissions can vary from every 30,000 miles to possibly never. Because more heat is generated in an automatic transmission, automatic transmission fluid actually degrades and breaks down with use. It also becomes contaminated with worn bits of the transmission.
If you avoid routine transmission service on your car, you will find yourself spending a lot of money on repair. Ask your trusted mechanic for advice about how often do you have to change transmission fluid.
05
Feb
2018

Transmission fluid is a slippery liquid that acts as a lubricant for all of the moving parts inside your transmission. In an automatic transmission, this fluid also serves as a coolant and a viscous fluid that transmits power from the engine to the transmission.

How often do you have to change transmission fluid?

  1. Manual Transmissions: Most vehicle manufacturers recommend a transmission fluid change between every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. The problem is fluid contamination which occurs over time as the synchronizers, bearings and gears in the transmission wear out. The resulting metal particles then float around in the lubricant. Oil that contains microscopic particles of metal does not lubricate as well as clean oil. So if these contaminants are not drained out, they will shorten the life of your transmission. 
  2. Automatic Transmissions: A fluid change for automatic transmissions can vary from every 30,000 miles to possibly never. Because more heat is generated in an automatic transmission, automatic transmission fluid actually degrades and breaks down with use. It also becomes contaminated with worn bits of the transmission.
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