27 Apr Don’t Skip Maintenance and Repair!
Many vehicles are in need of a tune up. Depending on the make and model, year, and how many miles the vehicle was driven a tune up might even be a necessary preventative for potential inefficiencies and damage. A tune up with your mechanic at Willard’s Garage will ensure your engine is running smoothly and efficiently.
Sometimes people will wait until they hear strange clunking noises, or an added sound that reverberates with the hum of the engine. Sometimes people will even try to ignore the sounds, but it’s absolutely important, especially if you want your vehicle to run effectively and efficiently for the foreseeable future, to bring your vehicle to your professional mechanic for regular maintenance, and to always bring the vehicle whenever there are strange sounds.
Your mechanic can quickly diagnose any potential problems, top off the fluids, replace any deteriorating or damaged components, and get your vehicle back out on the road, working reliably.
There are a few things to consider before you schedule your vehicle for a tune up (Your vehicle’s oil changes and tire rotation/balance services should be done at regular intervals determined by mileage). First, if your vehicle hasn’t been in for a tune-up for fifteen thousand miles or more, then it’s time to schedule service. Second, if you are hearing strange noises, or if your car sounds like it’s labored when it starts up, or while it is running in general, then it’s time to bring it to your mechanic at Willard’s Garage to diagnose any problem beneath the hood.
Listen to your car, and even though it seems like an extra task every time you have to schedule service remember the consequences of not bringing the vehicle for service: a vehicle that needs a new engine or one that needs an engine overhaul will be at your mechanics for longer, and the costs will be considerable. If you have any questions or are ready to schedule service, call your professional mechanic at Willard’s Garage today.