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System Flushes

In general the purpose of a system flush is to put in new fluid that will protect the life of your vehicle and provide lubrication to working parts. Over time your car's fluids become dirty and corroded. Taking care of your car and following the recommended maintenance schedule will allow you to maximize the life of your vehicle.

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Power Steering Flush

A power steering flush will help prevent premature wear, pump noise, and inconsistent steering. Your vehicle's steering system creates heat and high pressure. Over time, the heat created causes power steering to deteriorate and residue is left in the system. When power steering fluid circulates throughout the system of the pump and gear, it picks up contamination from the breakdown of aging hoses and seals. The steering system's life is extended by flushing out this residue.

Recommended Service Interval

We recommend completing this service every 3 years or 30,000 miles.

Transmission Fluid Flush

Having your transmission flushed is an integral part of keeping your car healthy and avoiding other, more costly servicing to your transmission. Transmission fluid acts as a lubricant for the moving parts inside your transmission. Over time, this fluid becomes contaminated with metal particles and other debris which will float around in the lubricant. Transmission fluid is supposed to suspend those contaminants but, as it reaches capacity, it no longer is able to do this and passageways can get lined with debris.

Flushing your transmission fluid at the appropriate intervals will help keep your car shifting correctly.

Recommended Service Interval:

We recommend completing this service at every 30,000 miles unless you are driving under extreme conditions.

Brake Fluid Flush

Brake fluid must work perfectly under high temperatures and pressures for brakes to perform optimally. There are often dirt particles that get into the brake fluid as well as moisture. These can cause rust to flake off into the fluid resulting in decreased breaking performance and damage to the expensive brake parts. A brake fluid flush prolongs the life of calipers, wheel cylinders and the brake master cylinder and helps to ensure the safety of you and your passengers.

Recommended Service Interval

We recommend completing this service every 30,000 miles, but some manufacturers recommend this service every 2 years or 24,000 miles.

Fuel Induction Service

A fuel induction service removes deposits that build up in the intake valves, ports and combustion chambers. When deposits occur in these areas the flow of air and fuel is constricted potentially causing power loss, rough idle, pinging and hesitation. Removing these deposits helps to restore fuel economy and engine power.

Recommended Service Interval

For normal drivers we recommend completing this service every 30,000 miles, but if you are driving in heavy traffic, completing this service every 15,000 miles may be necessary to keep your vehicle running at optimal performance.

Drive Line Service

A drive line service removes contaminates and provides new lubrication allowing for smoother gear shifting, extended component life, and quieter operation. Gear lubrication can break down and/or become contaminated resulting in worn gears and failures

Recommended Service Interval

We recommend completing this service at least every 30,000 miles. Some manufacturers recommend every 15,000 miles if you are towing.

Coolant Flush

Performing a coolant flush prevents deposits and blockage to form in the coolant system. The cooling system flush contains additives to help prevent rust and corrosion that lead to clogging. Clogging can lead to costly consequences like engine damage and overheating.

Recommended Service Interval

We recommend completing this service every 2 years or 30,000 miles.