Hendrick Chevrolet-Cadillac Service Department Monroe, North Carolina
All cars and trucks need regular "check-ups" to ensure that all parts are in working order, fluids are at the correct levels, and worn out parts are properly replaced. Our Auto Mechanics are Certified Vehicle Repair Specialists and are here to keep your vehicle running like new.
Your car works as one unit, and is intended to provide you safe, reliable transportation. This means that all parts are interrelated. Ignoring maintenance can lead to trouble. Many times you will notice either specific parts - or an entire system - can fail. Neglecting even simple routine maintenance, such as changing the oil or checking the coolant, can lead to poor fuel economy, unreliability, or costly breakdowns. It also may invalidate your warranty.
Hendrick Chevrolet Cadillac provides an extensive range of auto service repair maintenance services, including oil changes, tune-ups, car brake repair, mufflers, shocks and struts, tires, alignment, climate control, preventive maintenance, air conditioning, performance exhaust, and batteries. Monroe car repair experts are here to help you whether you need scheduled maintenance, auto repair work, or a manufacturer recall. Call us at 704-289-8444
Your vehicle represents a significant investment, and taking an active role in maintaining your vehicle will help you protect this investment. Proper maintenance will help extend the life of your vehicle and preserve its value. In addition to helping you avoid costly repairs down the road, regular maintenance will optimize your car's performance, safety and fuel efficiency.
For example, over time your car, truck, SUV or minivan will be exposed to natural environmental factors such as friction, pollution, and temperature extremes. Let us help you to learn about minimizing factors such as:
- Friction: Certain auto parts naturally contact others, causing friction. We can assist you to get more information about friction, potential problems, and a schedule for oil changes and lubrications.
- Pollutants: Dirt, corrosion, and other materials can clog fuel and lubrication systems.
- Damage: Environmental elements such as industrial fallout, air pollutants, and even sunshine can damage your car.
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