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  • How often should I change my spark plugs?
    Spark plugs should be changed every 160,000kms and it should be coupled with a fuel injection cleaning. By performing this preventative maintenance you will remove any carbon buildup and more importantly, protect yourself against engine misfires.
  • My check engine light is on, what do I do?
    A check engine light is your cars way of telling you something is wrong. It can indicate huge number of issues. It's best to bring your car into your trusted automotive shop for a diagnosis.
  • How often should I replace my car battery?
    Car batteries ideally last between 3-5 years depending on a number of factors. To ensure optimal performance and maintenance, simply have your battery checked by one of our technicians during every oil change.
  • How often should I change my oil?
    You should change your engine oil every 5,000kms.
  • How often should I change my fluids?
    By following your vehicle's manufacturer recommendations on fluid changes, you are truly protecting your vehicle from preventable (and expensive) damage. Here's a quick breakdown to follow: Brake fluid should be changed every 60,000kms Transmission fluid should be changed every 50,000kms Power Steering fluid should be changed every 55,000 Engine coolant should be changed every 30,000kms
  • My car is overheating, what do I do?
    The most common causes for vehicle overheating are related to your anti-freeze and/or cooling systems. Fortunately, our technicians will quickly identify the problem and resolve it for you. In the meantime, it is best for you to turn off any air conditioning and instead turn on the heater. By doing this, it will help remove heat from the engine.
  • My car is pulling to one side, what do I do?
    In most cases a vehicle pulling to one side is the symptom of tire wear, worn tires, or incorrect wheel alignment. When left unchecked, it can cause sever damage to other components and become a costly ordeal.
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