Common Maintenance Services


Why Maintenance is so Important


Your vehicle is a big investment and with proper maintenance, you can rely on it for years to come! Don't underestimate the importance of having quality maintenance performed on your vehicle at the right times as outlined in your Owner's Manual. Routine maintenance is critical action, that helps to ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of your vehicle. Regular oil changes and tire rotations are examples of regular maintenance. In addition to regular maintenance such as this, additional maintenance is required from time to time. Below are examples of additional maintenance procedures your vehicle may require.

 


Common Reasons For This Service:

  • Hesitation
  • Hard Starts
  • Decrease-in-Horsepower
  • Knocking
  • Air-in-System
  • Run-on
  • Rough Idle
  • Time and Mileage

The Benefits:

  • Improved Acceleration
  • Increased Horsepower
  • Reduced Emission

 

 

Common Reasons For This Service:

  • Depleted & Oxidized ATF
  • Towing of Boats, Trailers, etc.
  • Cooling System Failue
  • Stop-and-Go Driving & Temperature
  • Time and Mileage
  •    Refer to owner's manual for minimum recommendation.

The Benefits:

  • Cleans Automatic Transmission Fluid
  • Helps Prevent Oxidation Breakdown
  • Helps Keep Seals Soft and Pliable
  • Helps Maintain Proper Shifting

The Process: A MOC® cleaner is added to the old ATF and circulated throughout the vehicle's transmission system to clean and suspend residue such as wear-particles and varnish deposits. The contaminated fluid is then evacuated from the entire system, while clean ATF is pumped into the transmission system. Finally, MOC® ATF Supplement is added, which helps fortify new fluid, resist oxidation breakdown, and keep seals soft and pliable.

 


Common Reasons For This Service:

  • Fluid Contamination is the Major Cause of Premature Wear in the Power-Steering System
  • Power-Steering System Contamination Can Cause Abrasive Wear in the Pump and Rack Assembly, Leading to Pump Noise and Erratic Steering, Which Can Lead to Mechanical Failure
  • The Power-Steering System Should be Checked Every Two Years of 30,000 Miles


The Benefits:

  • Extends Fluid Life
  • Helps Reduce Pump and Rack Wear
  • Helps Decrease Pump 'Chatter'
  • Conditions Seals and Hoses

The Process: Using state-of-the-art equipment, your technician flushes out and removes old and contaminated power steering fluid (along with metal and hose debris) and replaces it with new, clean fluid. This helps prevent system breakdown and expensive damage to your steering system. The process fortifies the fluid against oxidation breakdown conditions seals and hoses, reduces friction and wear in the pump, and helps prevent squeals and chatter.

 


Common Reasons For This Service:

  • High Operating Temperatures
  • Extreme Driving Conditions
  • As a Pre-summer Tune-up Service
  • No Knowledge of Used-car Service History
  • Poor Coolant and Water Quality
  • Low Fluid Levels
  • Air in System
  • Silicate Fallout
  • Oil Seepage
  • Scale and Corrosion
  • Time and Mileage
  •    Refer to owner's manual for minimum recommendations.

The Benefits:

  • Helps Prevent Engine Overheating
  • Helps Prevent Engine Freeze-up
  • Can Improve Coolant Circulation
  • Helps Protect Against Rust & Corrosion, Increasing the Life of Your Cooling System

The Process: Using state-of-the-art equipment, your technician flushes our and removes any old and contaminated coolant, replacing it with new coolant and a corrosion-control treatment. This process helps prevent coolant breakdown & expensive damage to the engine and/or radiator.