Making Sure Your Car’s Maintenance is up to date.
What Is a Service interval?
When a vehicle is designed and engineered by a manufacturer, they create a maintenance schedule for the lifetime care of the vehicle. The maintenance schedule marks particular services that are suggested by the manufacturer to be performed on the vehicle at certain mileage or time to insure its reliability.
When your vehicle is nearing a certain predetermined mileage point it is advised to have your vehicle taken to a certified automotive service shop, such as Eurofed Automotive, for routine automotive maintenance.
How do I learn my vehicle’s service intervals?
Every model has its own unique service schedule, so finding out what that specific schedule is crucial when owning a new or used car. The easiest method is to have your vehicle inspected by an automotive repair facility with certified mechanics on staff. From there a service advisor can provide you with a detailed service schedule that outlines the recommended automotive service work for your vehicle.
Keeping your vehicle up to date on its maintenance is critical to its reliability to function. If routine maintenance items are not done it can affect the integrity of other related systems and cause a premature failure.
What are the most common Maintenance items for vehicles?
Though the Service schedule is unique to each model the services that are performed are very similar and good to keep in mind on when they are due for service.
- Oil Change
- Spark plug service
- Transmission service
- Clutch service
- Cabin air filter
- Engine Air Filter
- Brake fluid service
- Timing service
- Brake service
- Tire Rotation
- Maintenance light reset
Where can I have my vehicle maintained at a shop near me?
You can have your vehicle’s service performed by dealer-certified technician at any of our 13 Eurofed locations. And all service work is covered by a 2 year/ 24,000 mile warranty.
The cost-effective preventative maintenance services provided by Eurofed Automotive make sure you can enjoy your vehicle for as many miles as possible.
Contact your local Eurofed today to learn more about our affordable auto repair services.