Engine oil is what lubricates a car’s engine, allowing it to run smoothly and last longer. Car owners must maintain a car’s engine by changing the oil and using the oil appropriate for their cars make and model. Every car comes with a “check oil” light and an oil filter under the hood. These components allow car owners to monitor their oil levels and add oil as needed without having to hire a mechanic.
Changing the Oil
An important part of routine car maintenance is changing the oil regularly. The necessary frequency of oil changes has become a point of contention among experts. The Engine Oil Bible maintains that engine oil can’t be changed often enough, but Nordic Group insists that, with the advent of detergent oils and multi-weight oils, some vehicles can go as far as 6,000 miles before needing an oil change. The best course of action is to check the owner’s manual and follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
An obvious benefit of changing one’s own oil is saving money, but oil change services frequently advertise bargains. If the “check engine oil” light comes on while driving, this is a strong indication that the car is running low on oil. A driver does not need a mechanic to add oil. However, if the oil light stays on or lights up shortly after adding oil, there may be a leak, and a mechanic should look at the car.
Why our oil change services are the best for your vehicle?
- Service is performed by Master ASE Certified technician with minimum 10 years experience as a mechanic.
- Every service includes a thorough inspection of your vehicle.
- Only quality filters are used.
- Only oils meeting the factory specifications for your vehicle are used.
- GM Dexos1 RR1D1211032
- GM 6094M
- Ford WSS-M2C945-A
- Ford WSS-M2C946-A
- Chrysler MS-6395
- Chrysler MS-10850
- Mercedes Benz p229.3 & p229.5
- BMW LL-01
- Volkswagon 501 01, 502 00, 503 01 and 505 00
- Porsche A40
We carry oils meeting these manufacturer specifications on hand