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Leduc Oil Changes
With Autumn upon us and winter quickly approaching, you want to be prepared for colder temperatures. It is imperative to perform the necessary routine maintenance on your vehicle in order to withstand the Leduc harsh winters. If you’re like most people, you get so caught up with everyday life that you inadvertently overlook things like routine car repairs.
Often, when it comes to maintaining the overall health of your vehicle, oil changes are easily overlooked as we think to ourselves, “I’ll do it later.” Or even, “I just changed my oil a few months ago, I’m good!” You would think with all the advertisements in the media we would be on the ball when it comes to oil changes. And it’s one of the more inexpensive and easier automotive repairs so why not stay ahead of the game?
First of all, let us remind you why oil changes are crucial to the overall performance and longevity of your vehicle. In simple terms, oil helps to ensure that all of the components in your engine are working smoothly. It also aids in drawing away heat from the combustion chamber, as well in keeping varnish and carbon from accumulating on your engine. Over time, the oil will begin to break down thus losing its potency and creating a smudgy mess, which if left unattended, will major damage to your engine.
There are varying opinions as to how often you should change your oil. The factors that affect the time frame include mileage, weather conditions and what type of vehicle you drive. A rule of thumb would be every 3,000-5,000 miles, while some feel it should be done every 3-4 months. But as manufacturers are making vast technological improvements, the new rule of thumb would be every 10.000-15,000 miles.
Unless you are skilled at automotive repairs, you definitely want to get see someone who is properly trained at Leduc oil changes. A lot of automotive shops will also perform other routine maintenance as well when you schedule an oil change. Leduc mechanics will often check tire pressure, and top off your washer fluid, as well as a basic overall inspection of your vehicle.
As you can see, Leduc oil changes are crucial with the forthcoming harsh weather conditions for the overall health of your vehicle. Tischer Autopro offer the most affordable and reliable oil changes Leduc has to offer.