Keep Your Car Running at Its Best
The best way to prevent long-term and costly problems with your vehicle is to keep up with its preventative maintenance schedule. One major key to successfully making sure you are doing all you need to do is to read your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Regardless of your vehicle’s make or model, its owner’s manual will contain a maintenance schedule. Every make and model is different, and standby beliefs such as “You have to change your oil every 3,000 miles,” may not apply to your car.
The maintenance schedule within your owner’s manual is provided by the people who understand your vehicle the best—the company that built it. The manufacturer provides suggestions for how often you need to change your oil, filters, driving belts, timing belts and more.
The maintenance schedule within your owner’s manual is provided by the people who understand your vehicle the best—the company that built it.
While some preventative maintenance —such as topping off fluids—can be performed by the vehicle’s owner,
By following your vehicle’s owner’s manual
and having your vehicle inspected and maintained regularly, you can greatly reduce problems and save money in the long run. Let the auto repair expert team at Jim Whan's Automotive Central help your vehicle stay in good condition.