Oil Change

Motor oil is an essential lubricant. Its main function is to lubricate the moving parts in your engine. It also cleans, inhibits corrosion and cools the engine, by carrying heat away from those moving parts. For years, the accepted interval for oil replacement and filter service has been every three months or 3000 miles. Improvements…

Oil Temp Sensor

The oil temperature sensor is an electronic device within your engine that monitors oil temperature. Most sensors in your engine don’t have a recommended service interval; you just have to replace them when they fail. If your engine starts overheating, chances are your oil temperature sensor is not working properly. Replacing the sensor is inexpensive…

Power Steering Fluid

Power steering is what enables you to turn your steering wheel without a great deal of effort. Power steering fluid is the hydraulic fluid in the system that transmits power. If you’re having trouble turning the steering wheel or hear high-pitched noises when you turn it, chances are your power steering fluid is low or…

Power Steering Pump

Power steering enables you to turn your steering wheel without effort. The power steering pump pushes hydraulic fluid out at high pressure in order to keep your steering smooth. If you notice a power steering fluid leak, or if it becomes difficult to turn the wheel, chances are your power steering pump needs to be…

Radiator

The radiator is a primary component of your vehicle’s cooling system. It circulates coolant from the water pump to the engine, keeping the car from overheating. To maintain your cooling system, it’s important the radiator efficiently removes heat from the engine. If your car is overheating and coolant is not moving effectively throughout the system,…