Regularly scheduled oil changes are an integral part of the lifespan of your Volkswagen. Many issues can arise from low or dirty oil, such as poor engine performance, lousy fuel economy, or even engine failure. The best way to avoid costly repairs in the future is to take advantage of our certified service technicians' professional oil change services. Whether you have dirty oil, low oil, an old filter, or need some repairs, our certified service technicians will provide the service your vehicle needs to get back on the road.
There are a few things we will do for you just because you chose to bring your vehicle here for service.
1. We will top off the fluids in your vehicle. This includes your oil, windshield washer fluid, and coolant. We will always inspect these fluids no matter why you brought your vehicle here. This will give our certified technicians a chance to look at the fluids and see how they are doing. If anything looks off, this will help us diagnose a potential problem before it becomes a serious and costly issue.
2. We will check for software updates and recalls. Both of these services must be performed by a certified VW dealership to avoid voiding a warranty. The software updates we conduct on your vehicle come directly from the manufacturer, and they are designed to make your vehicle run more efficiently.
3. We will only use products that were designed for your vehicle's specifications. The manufacturer does extensive research and testing on the parts they produce, something aftermarket companies can not provide. We use these parts because they are built to be the best, and your vehicle will operate at peak performance using the OEM parts we provide.
Without regularly scheduled oil changes, your Volkswagen could experience costly engine damage or even engine failure. It's important to know when it's time for an oil change. Your vehicle may have an oil life monitoring system that will indicate when it's time. If not, check your manufacturer's service manual for their recommendation. You could also take advantage of VW cares, a pre-paid scheduled maintenance service, so you never forget to service your Volkswagen.
If your Volkswagens oil level is too low, your engine can be permanently damaged due to high amounts of friction. Low oil pressure can be caused by low oil levels or an oil pump malfunction. If your Volkswagens oil pressure light comes on during engine start and does not turn off immediately, its a good time to schedule an appointment to service your vehicle.
Suppose you find oil puddles or oil stains underneath your Volkswagen it's time to bring your vehicle in for service. An oil leak can be a sign of worn parts, leading to more extensive repairs in the future. When you bring your Volkswagen in, one of our Certified service technicians will isolate the problem and inform you on the best way to get your car back to peak performance.
If your Volkswagens oil level is too low, your engine can be permanently damaged due to high amounts of friction. Low oil pressure can be caused by low oil levels or an oil pump malfunction. If your Volkswagens oil pressure light comes on during engine start and does not turn off immediately, it's a good time to schedule an appointment to service your vehicle.