Frequently Asked Questions

- What are all of the chemicals and fluid flushes for? Are they really necessary?



- If I don't take my vehicle to the dealer for maintenance or repair will I void my warranty?



As a vehicle owner you should know about the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. In 1975 the US Congress passed the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act – a federal law that governs consumer product warranties. Among other things Congress wanted to ensure that consumers could get complete and straight forward information about warranty terms and conditions. In short the Magnuson-Moss Act gives you these rights. Generally your vehicle manufacturer’s warranty cannot require you to return to your auto dealer for vehicle maintenance – or to use only the brand of replacement parts offered by that dealer. By law your vehicle’s manufacturer’s warranty will stay in effect when you have regularly scheduled maintenance performed at a qualified facility that use appropriate parts and procedures. 

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- How often should I rotate my tires?



- Is it really necessary to replace my timing belt at the manufacturer recommended interval?



- What should I do if my car starts to overheat?



- Why Preventive Maintenance?



- What's In It For You?



- What does it mean if my “check engine” or “service engine soon” light comes on?