When and Why Should You Service Your Vehicle?

July 22nd, 2019 by

At Burger Chrysler Jeep, we want to provide you with the easiest and most carefree service experience possible. We know that sometimes, getting your car serviced can be confusing, especially when it comes to discerning when is the right time to have different areas looked at. To help make your service experience easier on you, we're going to answer some frequently asked service questions, giving you an easy reference to use when wondering when it's time to get your vehicle serviced in Terre Haute, IN.

Frequently Asked Service Questions

Why Are Tire Rotations Important: Regardless of whether you have a front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive vehicle, the front tires are going to wear down faster than the rear tires because the front tires are in charge of steering. When you notice that your front tires are worn down, it's important that you get your tires rotated, not only to prolong the lifespan of your set of tires, but also to enjoy the highest level of performance out of your vehicle. With the proper tread on your tires, you'll enjoy better stopping, acceleration, fuel economy, and steering.
When Should I Get My Oil Changed?: It's important that you either consult your owner's manual, the recommended mileage interval set at your last oil change or pay attention to the low oil pressure light on your dashboard when wondering when you should get your oil changed. Motor oil not only keeps your engine clean and free of debris, it also lubricates and cools the many moving parts. When you wait too long to get your oil changed, it can get dirty and affect the performance of your engine, which is why it's so important to pay attention to miles traveled since your last oil change.

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If you want to learn more about servicing your vehicle or you're ready for service appointment, we welcome you to join us in our service center or schedule a service appointment online at a time that's convenient for you.
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