Correctly preserving and regular replacement of belts and hoses can save money and time over the life of your vehicle. Belts and hose pipes control important functions in your vehicle. To prevent some of the most typical causes of breakdown,make certain your belts and hoses are checked at regular periods. It is recommended to have them checked every 3,000 miles or with every oil change.
Throughout a belt assessment our professionals examine each belt for: Glazing, breaking, peeling and softening Correct tensioning Appropriate drive pulley alignment Throughout a hose pipe inspection our professionals examine for: Leaks and fractures Hardening, splitting and softening A cooling system pressure examination to help inspect for holes Loose or worn clamps Ask your mechanic about belts and hoses if you observe any: Loss of power. Squealing or grinding sound. If you feel vibrations, ‘slips’ or ‘catching’.
Call us or stop in today for an assessment of your car belts and hoses.
Check and/or change your Air Filter every 6 months to improve fuel economy and keep your engine running smoothly.
Most car batteries today are maintenance-free, sealed and can last more than three years. The first sign your battery should be replaced is often trouble starting the engine
Have your antifreeze fluid changed and Cooling System flushed every 30,000 miles or 2 years. Newer formulas, however, may last up to 50,000 miles.
Schedule a complete and Engine Diagnostics (Professional Maintenance) check every 15, 30, 60, and 90,000 miles.
Take 10 minutes and use our Monthly Checklist to do your own quick visual car inspection and fluid levels check.
Tire rotation or rotating tires is the the practice of moving automobile wheels and tires from one position on the car to another, to ensure even tire wear.
Have your Wheel Alignment checked every other tire rotation and always when installing new tires. Wheel alignment sometimes referred to as tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance