Preventive maintenance is the care and protection of your vehicle against potential major auto repairs. Negligence is the most common and costly way to see money wasted on repairs that could have easily been prevented through regular service intervals. Depending on your vehicle’s manufacturer, avoiding preventive maintenance on certain parts and components has the potential to void warranty coverage. Car maintenance intervals have been designed to improve the reliability, durability, and resale value of your vehicle. Based upon your driving conditions, these service intervals may arrive sooner than you expect.
At the 15,000 Mile Service Interval the Vehicle Manufacturers require certain safety inspections and preventative maintenance. Our trained mechanics focus on keeping your vehicle running at its top performance, and ensuring that your factory warranty stays intact.
Kwik Kar 15,000-mile service package will include.
It’s recommended to change your car’s oil every 3,750 miles, so when it’s time for your 15,000 mile service, your car will be ready for its fourth lifetime oil change. Engine oil lubricates the moving parts of your car’s engine, and it’s important to replace it regularly to ensure that the oil is clean and lubricating properly. This simple maintenance task goes a long way to keeping your car running smoothly and maximizing its lifespan.
Cabin Air Filter Replacement
Your car’s cabin air filter is responsible for catching pollutants like dust, mold, insect debris, and other air contaminants before they pass through your car’s A/C vents and into the air you breathe. Replacing your Kia’s cabin air filter does more than keep the air inside of your car clean — it also helps prevent damage to your car’s engine that can be caused by the A/C working too hard to move air through a clogged filter.
Tire Inspection and Rotation
As part of your 15,000-mile service package, our technicians will inspect your car’s tires for uneven wear and pressure, adjust the pressure as needed, and rotate your tires. Front tires tend to wear down more quickly than rear tires, so regular tire rotations are important to ensure an even amount of treadwear on all four tires. Rotating your tires not only extends their lifespan, but it also gives your mechanic an opportunity to catch treadwear patterns that could indicate a more significant problem with your vehicle.