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Air Conditioning Service, Alignments, Automatic Transmission Service, Battery & Charging Systems, Belts & Hoses, Brake Service, Clutch Replacement, Cooling System Service, Computer Diagnostic Check Engine Light, CV Axels/Boots, Drivability Diagnosis & Repair, Electrical Diagnosis & Repair, Engine Replacement, Fuel Injection Services, Fuel System Services, Heating System Services, Lamps/Bulbs/Fuses, Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering Repair, Pre-purchase Inspections, Radiator Replacement, Required Maintenance, Starting System, Steering-Handling Suspension Problems, Tires: Replacement/Repair/Balance, Tune Up Maintenance, Universal Joint Service

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Brake systems, brake pads, brake component inspection, and more...

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On the “most annoying things to remember” list, oil changes are probably right up there with tax day and your in-law’s birthdays. But what happens when you forget any of these things? As you can probably guess, you’ll likely deal with some sort of negative repercussion.

The same applies to your vehicle. To keep your car healthy, it’s recommended you have an Oil Change Omaha every 3 months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. This will keep your car in great working condition, leading to better gas mileage and saving you money in the long run.

By having old oil or not enough oil in your vehicle’s system, the dozens of moving parts in your engine aren’t getting the lubrication they need to operate properly. This leads to increased friction and heat, causing these parts to warp. This means an early death sentence for your engine!

That’s why it’s so imperative to have an Omaha Oil Change. By ignoring or delaying one, you’re only compromising your vehicle and your wallet!

Other than keeping your engine in great shape, having an Oil Change Omaha regularly can also help you keep track of other maintenance issues. For example, it’s recommended to have your tires rotated along with every other scheduled oil change. An ASE-Certified tech at your local Omaha Auto Repair can do this.

Don’t underestimate the value of having a trained professional look over your vehicle. Think about the undercarriage of your car—it doesn’t get looked at too often due to its location on your vehicle. By bringing in your vehicle on a regular basis for an Omaha Oil Change, it gives trained professionals a chance to get under your car for a thorough inspection.

If you have any questions, feel free to stop by Auto Station or call at (402) 896-5800!

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