Regular preventive maintenance is probably the single thing you can do as a car owner to keep your ride happy and save money on repairs in the future. However, not everyone agrees on what preventive maintenance is, what you should do, and when you should do it. Let’s clear that up, and give you some tips that’ll apply to any vehicle. Anyone who’s ever worked on cars or spent a ton of money getting their car repaired will tell you: Don’t ignore preventive maintenance.
Standard Oil with up to five quarts of quality motor oil Service include
Differential/transfer case fluid
Power steering fluid
Windshield washer fluid
Battery water (excluding sealed batteries)
To feel comfortable on the road, it’s important to have good traction. Due to various factors, including improper alignment, tires may wear unevenly across the tread pattern. Regular tire rotations can help evenly distribute wear — so you get the most miles out of your tires while maximizing traction on all four wheels and helping prevent flat tires. Just another way to Leave Worry Behind
AC system symptoms with you, begin the service by visually inspecting the air conditioning compressor drive belt, serpentine belt and all accessible components for cracks, leaks or damage. Then they check the operation of the air conditioning compressor. If no leaks or damage are found, they evacuate the refrigerant from the system, vacuum test it, and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
Automatic transmission gears deliver power from the engine to the drive wheels. Over time, the fluid inside the automatic transmission degrades. Manufacturers often recommend replacement at intervals stated in years of service or miles of driving. The interval may be shorter for severe use. Replacing transmission fluid at the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended service intervals improves lubrication and helps to maximize the life of the transmission.
From drum brakes to disc brakes, calipers and rotors, to shoes and pads, the highly trained technicians at Dun-Rite know your brake system and can perform brake inspection and brake pad replacements on almost every make and model. This includes models equipped with ABS, otherwise known as an Anti-Lock Braking System. So you can drive with confidence and Leave Worry Behind
Dun-Rite auto determine that your vehicle battery isn’t performing within the manufacturer’s recommendations, we’ll replace it with a new one. And to help make sure you can Leave Worry Behind, we’ll test the new battery and starting and charging system components prior to installation and retest the vehicle battery and starting and charging components after installation.
Quality service performed by a professional Dun-Rite auto technician Visual inspection of entire coolant system, including belts, hoses, caps, clamps, cooling fans, water pump and radiator Notation of any signs indicating overheating Perform a Combustion Leak Test designed to identify internal leak(s) in the combustion system which may not be visible upon inspection Oil and transmission fluid check to determine potential coolant leak in the engine Perform pressure test on radiator cap
Remove engine timing cover replace timing belt Remove and replace timing belt Reinstall timing cover and all removed parts. Start engine and check for proper engine operation and engine timing .When replacing a timing belt, you may want to replace the water pump, tensioner and pulleys.If the pulleys and tensioner should fail after only replacing the belt, it can cause valve or piston damage and lead to more expensive repairs, in order to have the engine run properly. It is therefore essential
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