Preventative and General Maintenance
Automotive Cooling System Flush and Service
Your car’s cooling system circulates coolant through the engine to keep it cool. The vehicle’s coolant is also circulated through the radiator, radiator hoses, water pump, and heater core. Your cooling system should be flushed at least every 30,000 miles or two years. Over time, the antifreeze product loses its properties. It degrades in its quality, making the coolant acidic. As a result, it causes general corrosion in your engine, radiator hoses, and radiator. Flushing the coolant will save you money by extending the life of your radiator, hoses, water pump, and heater core.
Brake System Flush
Your brakes are very important to the safe operation of your vehicle. If your brake fluid gets contaminated (dirt, moisture, etc), it can degrade or corrode the major components of your braking system. Over time, contaminated brake fluid can cause internal corrosion in the master cylinder, brake lines, and calipers, leading to very expensive repairs. Protect your passengers and brake system components by having your brake system flushed and replaced with new fluid every 45,000 miles or 3 years.
Car Battery Replacement
Differential service includes draining the old fluid from the differentials and replacing it with new fluid according to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations and specifications.