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Oil Change Service
Oil Change Service Near Me in Saginaw
Most people know that regular oil changes are necessary to keep your vehicle running smoothly. But did you know that most newer vehicles can go over 5,000 miles before needing an oil change? Or that your driving habits can affect how frequently the oil needs to be changed? When you bring your vehicle to Garber Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, our experienced service technicians can help you figure out how often you should get your vehicle’s oil changed.
You may be wondering why it’s so important to have your vehicle’s oil changed regularly. Oil changes prevent serious issues like oil sludge and engine corrosion from developing and causing expensive issues later down the line. Our experienced technicians have the knowledge and skill to handle services on any vehicle make and model, so even if you didn’t purchase your vehicle with us, you can still trust us to handle the oil changes.
When you bring your vehicle to Garber Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, you’re getting more than just a regular oil change. You’ll also get the benefit of a complimentary 21-point vehicle inspection where our service technicians inspect the condition of visible vehicle parts to determine if there’s any areas of concern. This proactive approach to vehicle maintenance is one of the many advantages of getting your oil changes done here.
If your vehicle is due for an oil change, trust it to the Garber Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram expert to get it taken care of. Click the button below to schedule your next service appointment today.
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Oil Change FAQ's
The fact that you cannot remember is a good indicator that you should get an oil change in the near future, but otherwise look for these signs:
- Check the oil dipstick under the hood; if it is dark and has particles in it, it’s time for an oil change
- If your engine is running rougher than usual, there’s a good chance it’s lacking lubrication from clean motor oil
- A check engine or oil light has come on
- The level of oil on the dipstick is lower than recommended