Unexpected car trouble is a headache. Here’s how to minimize it.
Many parts on your vehicle are interrelated. Ignoring maintenance can lead to trouble: specific parts — or an entire system — can fail.
Neglecting even simple routine maintenance, like changing the oil or checking the coolant, can lead to poor fuel economy, unreliability, or costly breakdowns. It also may invalidate your warranty.
What maintenance guidelines should I follow to avoid costly repairs?
Follow the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual for your type of driving. Some repair shops create their own maintenance schedules, which call for more frequent servicing than the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Compare shop maintenance schedules with those recommended in your owner’s manual. Ask the repair shop to explain — and make sure you understand — why it recommends service beyond the recommended schedule.
Keeping your vehicle running at its best should not be complicated. Let our ASE–certified technicians take excellent care of your vehicle. Each of our technicians is up–to–date with the latest technology available.
Check Engine Light
The Check Engine Light indicates a problem that needs immediate attention. Bring your car in for service.
Doctor of Motors can help you follow manufacturers recommendation to get the most out of your vehicle.
We provide all standard maintenance services such as . . .
- Check Engine Lights
- Oil Changes
- Smog Checks
- Timing Belt Replacement
- Transmission Service