Vehicle Maintenance

Proper vehicle maintenance is crucial to the life of your car. When you have regularly scheduled maintenance performed, it will extend the life of your car, protect you and your passengers and ultimately save you money. Use these tips to help extend the life of your car.


Keep Your Tires In Shape

Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated

Checking And Adjusting The Tire Pressure

Remove the tire gauge and measure twice more for accuracy. 

Rotate Your Tires Every Time You Change Your Oil

Get Proper Tire Balancing and Wheel Alignment

Learn To Spot The Symptoms of Tire Wear

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You’ll help keep your battery at its very best, and our technicians can spot battery troubles before they become serious.

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Brake Service

Your brakes are an essential safety component in your vehicle. They’re designed to wear slowly as you use them to safely stop your vehicle. You don’t want to wait until they’re bad or worn to replace them – otherwise you’re putting yourself at risk for brake failure. And if you wait too long, your rotors could be damaged, costing you more money.

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Collision Repair

The most important rule of thumb to follow in collision repair is to ask that only Genuine Ford and Motorcraft® parts are used. It’s the only way you can make sure that your vehicle is going to perform and be as safe as before the accident. If the shop you choose says they won’t be using Genuine Ford and Motorcraft® parts, you can say no to them. It’s your choice.

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Engine Service

Your engine is the most complex component in your vehicle, and only the experts at Ford and Lincoln Dealerships are fully qualified to make sure yours is running at its best. They know every sensor, every wire and every hose – no matter how new your vehicle is.

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A vehicle with clean filters runs more efficiently than one with dirty filters because there are fewer impurities to bog down your engine. And fewer impurities means the engine doesn’t have to work as hard – and this all adds up to better driving day to day, and an engine that runs longer.

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Keep Your Engine’s Lifeblood Clean

Signs You May Need An Oil Change

Not All Oil is the Same

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Shocks and Struts

The difference between a good and a bad suspension system is a difference you can feel when you drive. But more important, your shocks and struts are an essential safety component in your vehicle – you don’t want to wait until they’re bad or worn to replace them. Your suspension helps keep your tires in contact with the road and affects how your vehicle handles – both are critical to safe driving. A little preventive maintenance goes a long way.

It’ll help our technicians spot a suspension part that needs servicing, before you’re at risk.

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As fuel costs fluctuate and concerns about the environment increase, it’s helpful to be familiar with all the ways proper maintenance can help you save fuel.

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Driving Tips

Driving In Extreme Heat

When the temperature rises, treat your vehicle the same way you treat yourself – take some extra precautions to stay cool and in control to help avoid trouble. 

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