Protect Your Vehicle with Regular Fluid Maintenance
Your vehicle has several systems that rely upon fluids to keep running smoothly and efficiently. Maintaining the levels and integrity of these fluids is crucial to extending the life of your car or truck’s components and optimizing your fuel economy.
Advantages of Proper Fluid Maintenance
Properly adjusted fluids can result in restored horsepower, prevention of corrosion, avoiding overheating, and preventing deposits in hoses and reservoirs. When it comes to maintaining your vehicle’s fluids, the cost of prevention is much less than a cure!
Correctly Maintained Fluids Prevent Damage
Today’s vehicles are built to last longer than ever before. Most modern cars and trucks have very resilient components, such as exhaust systems made out of stainless steel and brake pads made with ceramic friction material. Many of the key systems, such as the brake, transmission, power steering, and cooling systems are designed so the fluids they use take the brunt of the wear and tear.
In short, if the proper fluid levels and conditions are maintained, the systems will last much longer. If levels are allowed to get too low or fluids degrade before they are replaced, it can cause some very expensive issues. Checking the fluids in your vehicle on a regular schedule can help keep you on the road and save you money.
Check Your Fluids Frequently!
Call us today and schedule a fluid maintenance check for your car or truck. Our certified mechanics will check all of your fluids and alert you to any problems with your vehicle’s essential systems.
Fluid Maintenance Services Offered by Evans Automotive:
- Engine Oil Flush
- Coolant Flush
- Brake Flush
- Power Steering Flush
- Differential Service
- Fuel Injector Service
- Fuel System Service
- Fuel Induction Service
- Transmission Fluid exchange
- Coolant Pressure Test
Want to know more about your vehicle’s cooling system?
Watch our video for an animated view inside your engine’s cooling system, common failure points, and how contaminated fluid can lead to expensive damage.