Don’t Let Your Vehicle Go Thirsty

Why is it important to change the fluids in my vehicle?

It's almost summertime in the California Central Valley, and we all know what that means! Scorching days that regularly exceed 100+ degrees, dry & dusty agricultural air, and hazardous road conditions. This is even more true in Turlock, CA's rural agricultural areas. Pollen, dusk, and road debris mix and lodge themselves in our fuel systems, creating dangerous operating conditions for our vehicles.

Here are a few reasons why it is so essential that you change the fluids in your vehicle:

  • It helps to keep your vehicle in peak operating condition

  • Removes dirty fluids contaminated with debris and particulate matter

  • Maintains proper fluids levels across your system

  • It gives you a chance to change filters associated with that fluid, helping to keep dangerous particulate matter out of your vehicle system

Do I change all of the fluids or only certain ones?

That is a great question, and a couple of factors go into it. First of all, it depends on how long it's been since you serviced any of your fluids. If it has been a significant amount of time since you had your fluids examined, we strongly suggest you bring your vehicle to your auto repair center and have them check everything out. They will help you establish regular service intervals and ensure that you stay on the road longer and stronger!

So, take the time to consider changing your vehicle fluids before the worst of our summers hits! If you aren't sure what to do or you simply want help with the process, visit your trusted auto repair center for guidance. Regular service intervals make a world of difference in your vehicle's overall longevity and performance!

Please visit Nona's Auto Center in Turlock, CA, and we will help examine your vehicle fluids. Our ASE-Certified auto mechanics specialize in establishing regular service intervals and meeting the customized needs of the California Central Valley communities. Visit our website to schedule an appointment with us today. Also, don't forget to add us on Facebook; see you soon!