When it comes to routine maintenance, changing your oil is one of the more inexpensive services. Despite its relatively low cost, oil plays a vital, multifaceted role in your engine, and spending a little money on routine oil changes can help prevent you from forking over large sums of cash down the road.
How Often Should I Change My Oil?
Oil changes are often recommended when a certain mileage or time limit is reached. The most familiar interval is 3,000 miles or three months.
Note: Where and how you drive can influence how often you need to change your oil. Factors include extreme heat, towing a trailer and driving where there's dust and sand.
Contact our service team to fix an appointment for oil change @ Luna Service Center.
Luna Service Center takes care of your car A/C unit!
When auto air conditioning systems break down, refrigerant leaks. Not only is refrigerant harmful to the environment, it's also harmful to your car. Leaking refrigerant can damage your vehicle's evaporator and compressor. Getting a car air conditioner service at the first sign of trouble will save you both money and time.
Luna Service Center A/C Check includes:
- Visual inspection of air conditioner components by a professional technician
- Freon level checks to determine cooling performance
- A/C compressor and belt check.
Get a break in your busy schedule to check your car brakes @ Luna Service Center.
Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut schedule that tells you when it's time to replace the brakes, so you need to rely on your ears and the advice of an experienced automotive technician. Most vehicles should have their tires rotated at least every six months, and that is a good time to have the brakes inspected, as well. A mechanic can check the thickness of the pads and the condition of the brake hardware to spot wear.
Top five Signs of Brake Wear:
1. High pitched squealing
2. Vibration in the steering wheel when stopping
3. Grinding noises when stopping
4. Increased braking distances
5. Longer pedal travel
Any tune-up today should start with a battery of performance checks to base line or confirm the engine's overall condition. These should include:
- Battery voltage (very important with all of today's onboard electronics). Charging voltage.
Power balance or dynamic compression (to identify any mechanical problems such as leaky exhaust valves, worn rings, bad head gasket, bad cam, etc. that could adversely affect compression and engine performance)
- Engine vacuum (to detect air leaks as well as exhaust restrictions) Operation of the fuel feedback control loop (to confirm that the system goes into closed loop operation when the engine warms up)
- Check ignition timing -- if possible (should be checked even if it is not adjustable to detect possible computer or sensor problems) Operation of the EGR valve.
Feel free to contact our Luna Service Team
Stop having bumpy ride, you are not in a roller-coaster
Stop @ Luna service center for bad suspension.
Struts are the main component of a modern independent suspension system - they are what "suspend" the body and frame of your vehicle above the wheels. All the weight of your vehicle rests on your struts, which transfer the weight, via several other components, to the wheels.
Bad spring or shock absorbers contact Luna service center for better service.