Keeping your fluids maintained is essential to the proper function and longevity of your vehicle.
Whether you drive your truck for work, outdoor adventures, leisure, or to get around town, the key to keeping it running well is proper maintenance. One of the essentials for ensuring the longevity of your truck is regular oil changes and fluid checks. Proper lubrication is crucial for your engine to run correctly and last.
How long you can go between oil changes is dependent on a variety of factors. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend that you change the engine's oil and oil filter every 5,000-10,000 miles, but this can vary depending on how you use your truck and the type of oil you use. For example, road conditions such as hills and mountains, stop-and-go traffic, pulling a trailer, or consistently carrying a heavy load can all cause your engine to work harder and require more frequent oil changes.
In addition to changing your oil according to the manufacturer's recommendations, you should check other vital fluid levels at the same time. For example, along with an oil change, transmission fluid, brake fluid, coolant levels, windshield washer fluid, and even tire pressure should all be checked to ensure your vehicle keeps running strong.
I had a very unfortunate accident and put DEF fluid in my diesel tank while in a rush. I called Saviors Repair, they recommended an affordable tow company and told me the next steps to take to prevent damaging the fuel system on my truck. Once they received my truck it took them less than 3 hours to get the tank and fuel lines drained/cleaned and re-installed on my truck. Very grateful for them and helping me to get my truck fixed extremely fast and affordable.
The owner has been working on cars for me since 2019. He couldn't fix all the problems I had in my Ford Expedition even though he cam close. He was brought in while the car was in ICU and he wasn't the savior for it. He was honest and gave me fair pricing. Last week I brought my company van to him with a coolant leak issue he also suggested dealing with some other stuff (leaking head gasket, etc). When he dealt with the first issue he was able to figure out the oil issue was a bigger deal than he thought. Repairs where moved up and he got me out in under 24 hours. I trust him and will continue taking my cars to him along with referring people to him. Keep it up Savior Repairs. Santa Strong.
I was referred to this shop by a friend of mine. My Expedition had a shutter in the torque converter and the dealership wanted thousands to fix it. Everyone there was super nice, they repaired it the same day and the price was great!!
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