Your vehicle uses different fluids to operate at peak performance. Just like oil changes, your vehicle will occasionally need other fluid changes to keep you safe and your drive comfortable. To avoid vehicle damage and more costly repairs, regularly schedule service with our certified service technicians. It can be challenging to know what all the different fluids do in your vehicle, so we've included a list outlining the importance of each fluid.
Whether you need more fluid, new wiper blades, or any other problem out certified service technicians are ready to help. We all know driving in New England means construction and weather that changes by the minute, the last thing you need is for your windshield wipers to stop working unexpectedly.
Your power steering system uses power steering fluid to assist you in handling your vehicle. With low power steering fluid, you may find it difficult to turn your steering wheel, making it harder to make turns or avoid collisions. If you feel more resistance while taking a turn or hear a squealing noise, it is an excellent time to schedule service.
Brakes also rely on fluid to make braking more effective. If you notice it is becoming more difficult brake or your vehicle takes longer to slow down or come to a complete stop, you may be low on brake fluid. Driving around with low brake fluid can cause increased wear on your brake system and make it harder to avoid a collision. If you are unsure whether or not you need service, contact one of our certified service technicians to schedule an appointment.
Your vehicle's coolant system is responsible for managing your engine's heat. This enhances your vehicle's performance and fuel efficiency. Without coolant, you'll notice higher engine temperatures, worse fuel economy, and higher emissions. To avoid this, inspect your coolant levels often, and be sure to schedule a service appointment before damage occurs.
Your vehicle differential uses fluid to reduce the friction on its components and reduce wear on its gears. If you hear a grinding or clanking noise coming from your differential, you should schedule service before your differential becomes inoperable.