The Car Doctor Tips
A failing or broken drive belt can also damage the parts it powers. Dealing with a broken belt or hose is bad enough, but if your engine becomes damaged, it’s even worse. By getting your belt regularly replaced, you can reduce the risk of your car breaking down. This allows you to enjoy your car and drive worry free.
Your Engine’s Drive Belt Is Integral To Vehicle Performance!
Your vehicle’s spark plugs are extremely important to your engine’s operation from starting, to moving, and performing optimally. Though it may be gradual at first, once spark plugs have reached their life expectancy and are worn, it will be easy to identify when it’s time for a replacement. Please be aware that waiting too long to replace them could cause unnecessary damage to the engine.
Recommended Spark Plug Replacement Service
New brake pad s typically have a standard thickness size of around 8 12 millimeters and ideally your brake pads should be thicker than 6.4 mm (¼ inches) for proper functioning. The bare minimum brake pad thickness is 3.2 mm (⅛ inches). Any thinner than this, and you’ll need an immediate brake pad replacement to avoid dangerous driving situations and possible brake rotor damage.
Brake Pad Replacement
Does it seem like a tank of gas just isn’t getting you as far as it used to? Chances are, it’s not. A fuel induction service clears out the carbon deposits and other buildup that forms inside your engine’s parts. When performed by a Ford certified technician , this engine service can greatly improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency and drivability
A Fuel Induction Service Improves Fuel Economy And Vehicle Performance
Regularly changing your cabin and engine air filters is essential for the well-being of you and your loved ones. These filters help prevent dust, pollen, and spore particles from entering the engine and passenger compartment. Fewer pollutants create a healthier and more comfortable environment for you and your passengers.
Clean Air Has Its Rewards!
Your vehicle may be out of alignment. This can lead to unpleasant, potentially unsafe driving conditions and can cause premature tire wear and poor fuel economy.
Have you hit any potholes lately?
Drive belts, also known as serpentine belts, are rubber belts that connect the alternator, power steering, air conditioner and other important components to the engine. Without this belt, the battery cannot charge and none of the electrical accessory components in your vehicle will work.
Don’t Get Stranded With A Broken Drive Belt!
Cold winter temperatures can take a toll on your battery. A dead battery will result in the inconvenience of a vehicle that won’t start. Visit us for a Complimentary Battery Test during your next maintenance visit to make sure your battery is ready for the season ahead.
Don’t Get Stranded With A Dead Battery