Vehicle Maintenance Tips

Car maintenance is a crucial part of vehicle ownership. Taking care of your car by performing preventative maintenance helps ensure you have safe and reliable transportation.
Checking the following as part of a tune-up may prevent larger problems from occurring down the road and may help maintain your vehicle’s value:
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Oil Change

As a primary component of a tune up, an oil change is typically required every 10,000 miles or 12 months, but be sure to follow the service schedule in your vehicle’s owner manual.
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Filter Replacements

Filters can help protect your vehicle’s engine from dust and other particles, so it’s important to have the air, oil and fuel filters checked.
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Windshield Wipers

Aim to replace worn out wiper blades at the same time your vehicle is in for an oil change to lessen visbility issues during changing weather.
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While your vehicle’s in for a tune-up, it’s a great time to have your tires checked for remaining tread life, alignment and balance.
Maintenance recommendations are for informational purposes only. Enterprise Car Sales makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy, completeness, or results of following these recommendations. Actual maintenance recommendations may differ based on factors specific to you, including age and model of your vehicle, your driving habits, and road conditions. Consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual for further information about maintenance of your vehicle. Additional vehicle maintenance recommendations available from Kelley Blue Book. Kelley Blue Book and the Kelley Blue Book logo are registered trademarks of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc. Used with permission.