Dirt and debris and carbon become suspended in the oil and cause it to lose effectiveness, which leads to increased engine wear and decreased fuel economy. Regular oil and filter changes keep your engine clean and lubricated.
Motor Oil keeps your engine lubricated and reduces heat. The oil filter helps prevent engine damage by removing contaminants that build up in the oil.
Transmission gears deliver power from the engine to the drive wheels, shifting automatically to provide the best power and efficiency for your driving speed. Transmission fluid cools and lubricates the gears. Over time, this fluid breaks down. If it isn’t replaced components can over heat which will cause transmission failure. Changing the fluid at the correct intervals can help prevent premature wear and damage to the transmission this applies to manual transmissions as well.
The engine cooling system in your vehicle circulates antifreeze/coolant through the engine and radiator. The antifreeze/coolant is formulated to prevent corrosion inside the cooling system and helps to maintain proper engine operating temperature regardless of outside conditions. Antifreeze/coolant works by removing heat from the engine block, protecting the engine and lubricating the water pump. Replacing the antifreeze/coolant at regular intervals can help prevent overheating, freezing and premature cooling-system corrosion.
The differential is a gear box located between the drive wheels of your vehicle. It allows the drive wheels to turn at different speeds, as they must when turning a corner. Over time, high operating temperatures can cause the lubricating fluid in the differential to break down. The differential works with the transmission to deliver power from the engine to the axle to turn the wheels. Just like engine oil, heat causes wear on differential fluid, which can lead to excessive wear on the gears and bearings, developing a thick gum like texture that doesn’t properly lubricate the gears and bearings. Changing the fluid can helps avoid premature wear.
The transfer case is a special gear box found in four-wheel and all-wheel-drive vehicles. It sends drive power from the engine to the front and rear axles. In all-wheel-drive vehicles, the transfer case can shift power from one axle to another, depending upon traction conditions. Lubricant fluid in the transfer case helps to keep its gears cool and turning smoothly. Like engine oil, the fluid that lubricates the transfer case will begin to break down over time and lead to excessive wear on bearings and gears replacing this fluid at the correct intervals can help prevent early wear.
The air filter plays a key role in preventing contaminants like dust, and dirt and even bugs from entering your engine. Air is drawn through the filter and into the cylinders where air and fuel combined. A dirty air filter can lead to poor fuel economy. We will check your filter with every oil change and recommend replacement when needed.
The climate control system in your passenger cabin includes a filter element that helps remove dust, pollen, mold spores and other particulates from the air you and your passengers breathe. Cabin air filters help to protect your health by improving the quality of the air you breathe in your vehicle. Regularly replacing your cabin air filter can offer relief for asthma, allergies and hay fever sufferers. They aid in protecting the performance of the air conditioning system.
The fuel filter is located on the line that brings fuel from the tank to the engine. Unfortunately, fuel isn’t perfectly clean. This is why it passes through a fuel filter that picks up any dirt that might interfere with the engine’s performance. Over time, dirt and particles build up in the filter. The fuel filter needs to be replaced or it will reduce the flow of fuel to your engine, affecting your vehicle’s performance and fuel economy.
Every time you press the gas pedal, you are controlling how much fuel and air the engine takes in. These calculated amounts of air and fuel are typically mixed together before being sucked into the combustion chamber of an engine cylinder. There the spark plug ignites the mixture, producing the controlled burn that powers the vehicle
It’s important for the fuel in the vehicle to be as clean as possible.
Performing fuel system cleaning service: