No matter what you drive, an oil service stands as one of the most important repairs your vehicle can receive. Whatever the age of the vehicle, an oil and filter service will ensure the vehicle, whether it's a car, truck, SUV, or van, has a long and healthy lifestyle.

Our team of certified General Motors technicians uses their extensive knowledge and expertise to make each oil service is as efficient as possible.

The Needed Service

As the oil in your vehicle burns, some of it may turn into a burnt, sludge-like substance that accumulates over time in the engine crankcase. This sludge build-up is due to exposure to particulates and heat.

Eventually, the sludge will attach itself to every hot engine surface, causing the engine to suffer. As you drive along, you will notice your vehicle running rough, or worse; the engine begins to cut out.

One key warning sign is a burnt oil smell coming from the engine, coupled with the oil light illuminating on your dash. Once this occurs, we highly recommended that you bring your vehicle in for an inspection and oil change.

Along with the oil change, your vehicle's oil filter also needs to be replaced. The filter acts to keep particulates from entering your machine and corrupting your oil.

Depending on your vehicle's age and type of oil, we recommend changing your oil every 3,000 to 5,000. Make sure to check your oil regularly to see the amount remaining.

If you are ready to get your oil and filter serviced, feel free to give us a call today and schedule an appointment. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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