When something is not right with your vehicle, it can be very stressful, especially if you aren’t familiar with the inner workings of a vehicle and don’t know how to do your own vehicle maintenance and repairs.
In a way, your vehicle is like an investment, and routine maintenance is the best way to protect this investment for miles of trouble-free driving.
Your vehicle manufacturer recommends services, inspections, and part repairs at regular intervals to keep your vehicle running properly. At Manhattan East Auto Repair Service Inc, we offer high-quality maintenance services that follow the recommendations in your owner’s manual, which helps ensure that you won’t have to have major auto repairs in the future.
Manhattan East Auto Repair Service Inc also offers outstanding repair services for the times when something on your vehicle is not working properly or may have worn to the point at which a replacement is necessary to maintain your vehicle’s performance.
For the highest quality, most reliable auto services, you can count on Manhattan East Auto Repair Service Inc. Call us today to schedule an appointment. We promise 100 percent satisfaction or we’ll reevaluate your vehicle.
The following is a list of some of the common questions we get about our services:
How often should I change my oil?
Regular oil should be changed every 3,000 miles, and synthetic oil should be changed every 5,000 miles. Changing your oil once a month is good maintenance practice.
How often should I check my anti-freeze?
Checking your anti-freeze once a month is good practice.
How long do spark plugs last?
This depends on the type of spark plugs that are in your vehicle. Vehicles that are 15 years or older typically have standard plugs with a life expectancy of 12,000 to 15,000 miles. Newer model vehicles up to 2000 usually last 30,000 miles, and 2001 and newer model vehicles come with plugs that can last up to 90,000 miles.
How often should I change the timing belt on my car?
You should refer to your owner’s manual regarding exact mileage details for timing belt maintenance. If you are unsure of your need to replace the timing belt, you should consult one of our mechanics for a diagnosis.