Maintaining your vehicle is like taking care of your health – routine check-ups and following recommendations can lead to a longer, healthier life. Auto Mechanic Shop, Inc. calls it Preventative Maintenance, and just like with your body, your vehicle needs regular care to ensure it stays on the road for years to come.

When your car is new, keeping up with maintenance is a breeze. But once it’s out of warranty, it’s up to you to make sure it stays in top shape. That’s where our Recommended Maintenance Schedule comes in. Paired with the Scheduled Maintenance Services outlined by your manufacturer, it’s your roadmap to keeping your vehicle running smoothly and maximizing its lifespan.

One crucial aspect of maintenance is replacing the cabin filter. Your vehicle encounters numerous contaminants every day, and the cabin filter helps keep the air you breathe inside your car clean. Make sure to replace this filter as recommended by the manufacturer, typically once a year, to maintain fresh, healthy air quality.

While many of us are diligent about changing the oil regularly, there’s more to fluid maintenance than just oil. Your vehicle relies on various fluids to keep its systems lubricated and functioning properly. Consulting your manufacturer’s Recommended Maintenance Schedule will guide you on when to maintain or replace these fluids, ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

Our Fuel System Service removes engine deposits, restoring flow in fuel injectors and preventing future buildup. This not only improves fuel economy and reduces emissions but also enhances your engine’s performance and efficiency, keeping it running like new for longer.

The factory maintenance guide provided by your car manufacturer is a valuable resource. It’s tailored to your specific vehicle model and should be followed as a minimum standard for routine maintenance. Neglecting to adhere to these standards could void warranty coverage, so it’s essential to use the correct manual for your vehicle’s year and model.

Scheduled maintenance intervals are key to keeping your vehicle in top condition. Each interval specifies maintenance procedures to be performed at a certain mileage or time interval, whichever comes first. For example, if your car is due for an oil change at 5,000 miles or 6 months, whichever comes first, it’s crucial to prioritize the earlier of the two criteria.

To help you stay on top of your scheduled maintenance, we provide a convenient reminder sticker for your windshield. This serves as a visual cue for when your next service is due, ensuring you never miss an important maintenance milestone.