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Q. What is the primary cause of tire damage?
A. Although there are many things that can cause tire damage, improper inflation is the main problem we see. Always keep a tire pressure gauge in your vehicle and frequently check pressure of all tires.
Q. How do I know when my car needs a tune up?
A. You may see your gas mileage decrease. Your vehicle may start running rough. If your check engine light comes on that could also be an indicator that your vehicle needs a tune up. The owners manual that came with your vehicle may suggest a tune up at a certain mileage.
Q. When should I have my timing belt changed?
A. Depending on the vehicle a timing belt needs to be replaced between 60,000 and 120,000 miles.
Q. What should the tire pressure be on my car?
A. The tire pressure should always be set by the tire manufacturer’s suggested PSI (pound per square inch) pressure specs. The specs can be found on the side of your tire. Properly inflated tires will give you better gas mileage, tire wear, and over all handling of your vehicle.
Q. How often should I check my anti-freeze?
A.Checking the anti-freeze as well as all other fluids is very important for proper vehicle maintenance; again once a month is good practice.
Q. Will it hurt my engine if I drive my car when the check engine light is on?
A. It is possible but not too likely. However, you do need to get your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. You may see a decrease in performance.
3 Months or 3,000 miles = Oil Change
30,000 miles = Cooling & Transmission Service
60,000 miles = Timing belt (or manufacturer's recommendation)
Most vehicles have important service intervals at 30, 60, and 90 thousand miles.