Vehicle Fluid Service
At Big Brand Tire, we offer a free Standard Fluid Check.
A vehicle’s fluids must be maintained for it to run properly. Proper levels of fluid and routine fluid flushes are recommended to ensure excellent vehicle performance and safety.
What does Vehicle Fluid Service entail?
We will check the levels and cleanliness of the common fluids under the hood of your vehicle.
What vehicle fluids will be checked during Vehicle Fluid Service?
During vehicle fluid service, common fluids like engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, coolant, power steering fluid and windshield washer fluid, will be checked for cleanliness and for their levels.
At Big Brand Tire, some fluids such as washer fluid will be topped off as complimentary service with your visit.
Why is Vehicle Fluid Service important for my vehicle?
As time passes and with daily use of your vehicle, your vehicle’s essential fluids, engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, coolant, power steering fluid and windshield wiper fluid, can lose their ability to lubricate, clean, cool and freely flow. This can lead to problems with your vehicle, possibly with your vehicle’s transmission.
Having a routine Vehicle Fluid Service can benefit your vehicle and improve its performance. By having routine Vehicle Fluid Service, your vehicle is more likely to be equipped with new fluid at proper levels and you’re more likely to be notified and aware of possible leaks if they exist. By taking these steps, your vehicle will thank you.
When should my vehicle have a Vehicle Fluid Service maintenance?
Feel free to call us at (866)-779-8473 if you have questions about the fluid levels in your car or whether you have any inquiries about your overall vehicle performance. We are happy to assist you with your questions.
You may consider scheduling a Vehicle Fluid Service appointment at one of our many locations in Southern California if you have noticed any of these vehicle symptoms:
· You are experiencing low levels of a certain vehicle fluid
· Your vehicles’ dashboard warning lights have come on
· You have noticed that there are fluid stains on your driveway or in other spots that you may have parked
· You are frequently having to re-fill your vehicle fluids