As you drive your vehicle everyday, the air filter acts as a shield to keep dirt and debris out of your engine. If these contaminants build up in the filter they can clog your vehicle’s air intake, which could lead to poor performance. It could also reduce your gas mileage, which can increase costs for you. We check your filter for you to make sure it can function properly.
Cabin Air Filter
Cabin Air filters remove solid contaminants like dust and soot from inside your vehicle. Surrounding vehicles can create an exhaust gas tunnel made up of gaseous odors that get funneled right into your vehicle. Cabin air filters should be replaced every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, or once a year.
Coolant System Flush
Antifreeze serves two important functions: protecting the cooling system at extreme temperatures, and inhibiting rust and corrosion in the system. This service will flush the system with cleansers and replace the coolant. This procedure should protect your vehicle for up to two years, but your coolant should be checked every winter and summer for preventative maintenance.
There are hundreds of ways dirt and other contaminants can get into your gasoline everyday. That’s why there is an fuel filter in-between your gas tank and your engine. As time passes, the fuel filter gets completely clogged with these contaminants. Keeping your fuel filter fresh and clean will help vehicle performance, gas mileage, and can help prevent costly repairs to the engine.
Fuel System Service
A vehicle’s engine must have unrestricted air and fuel flow to function properly. As a result of daily stop and go driving, carbon, gum and varnish deposits form to restrict air and fuel flow. After 15,000 miles, these contaminates should be removed with fuel system cleaning. In most cases, this will result in a significant reduction in emissions, a noticeable increase in performance and improved gas mileage.
Power Steering Flush
Most power steering system failures are caused by contaminated power steering fluid. Changing the fluid will prolong the life or power steering hoses, pump and rack and pinion. This service will reduce friction and wear, improve fluid circulation and quiet power steering noise.
Higher operating temperatures, increased driving loads and time all work against your transmission’s life blood–the fluid. That’s why most car manufacturers recommend changing your transmission fluid ever two years or 24,000 miles. This service will improve shift quality, performance and transmission life, plus eliminate chatter and shudder.
Most vehicle manufactures and tire manufactures recommend rotating the tires between 5,000 and 7,500 miles.
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