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There’s a lot you have to pay attention to when you’re trying to determine when your car needs maintenance. Whether you’re watching your mileage to see when you need an oil change or listening for squeaky brakes to see if you need to replace the brake pads, our guide can help.
We want to provide all the necessary information you need to properly take care of your vehicle. That’s why our team here at Mazda of Abington has made this service FAQ to be your guide to finding out when you should come in for your next routine maintenance.
By sticking to your regular maintenance, you’ll be able to decrease the chances that your vehicle will need larger repairs down the line. We want to help ensure that, with proper maintenance, your car will be able to run well for years to come along the roads of Willow Grove, Willow Manor, and Glenside, Pennsylvania.
All on this page, we answer some key questions our drivers have when it comes to servicing their vehicle. You can learn how to tell when you need to have the oil changed, what is causing the steering wheel to shake, and how to check your tires to see if they need to be replaced.
By reading through this page, you can have the knowledge needed to take great care of your Mazda and see to it that it gets the right services it needs, whether it is due for its next routine service appointment or a repair. This ultimately helps you make sure you enjoy great performance throughout the years of driving your Mazda.
We’re here to take care of you at our service center, and that’s why you can count on us for your various vehicle service needs. Our team would like to keep your car running in top shape thanks to the expertise offered by our service technicians. These people know their way around an engine, and they’ll have you back on the road in no time.
Our service team takes care of a number of maintenance needs, from basic oil changes and brake service to large engine repairs. Just come to us—we’ll be able to care for anything your car needs in a service center stocked with plenty of parts.
Our technicians have extensive training and experience working on Mazda vehicles, so they can handle any services your vehicle many need. That includes routine care it is due for. You can have them replace any fluids that are ready to be changed like the engine oil, coolant, or brake fluid.
Plus, they can replace parts that are old or starting to wear, such as when it is time to replace the brake pads, battery, or spark plugs. Need a specific issue in your Mazda addressed? They can also inspect and repair any car trouble you may come across.
They can fix any leaks you may have, make sure the tires and wheels are aligned and balanced, and repair any malfunctions that cause a dashboard light to come on. With their help, you can help ensure your Mazda receives the care it deserves and continues to drive at its best!
We make it easy for you to make a service appointment here at our dealership. All you have to do is tell us a time that works best within your schedule, and we will book an appointment for you then. You can do this right online with our schedule tool that is on our website or by giving us a call at our service center.
Before stopping by for your appointment, make sure to check out our service specials. You can find these online as well and there might be extra savings to be had for the specific services your Mazda needs. You may find an even better deal on your next oil change or the new set of tires you need to get for your car.
There are many factors that go into how often you will need to have your Mazda serviced, including the exact model you drive, the conditions you typically drive in, and more. It is best to have your Mazda serviced once a year or every 7,500 miles at a minimum.
That way, you can get the engine oil and filter changed as well as the tires rotated. You will also want to have other systems and parts regularly inspected to better ensure other important components in your Mazda are in great condition. That includes the braking system, fuel lines and hoses, suspension system, and steering operation.
As the miles add up, other parts and fluids will need to be replaced—including the engine coolant, which lasts about 120,000 miles or 10 years. The spark plugs, too, could be due for a change at around 40,000 miles.
The quality of your parts is an important part of your vehicle’s maintenance. To help, our dealership offers a parts department to supply official equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts. These components are designed specifically for your model, so you can count on them lasting longer in your vehicle.
We make it easy for drivers to order parts through us thanks to our available parts order form. Just fill out our form and we’ll let you know if we have the part in stock or not. If we don’t, we’ll let you know, and we’ll order the part as soon as possible. Once the part comes in, we’ll be able to install it quickly right here at our service center.
It’s always a good idea to keep up with your car’s maintenance, and we at Mazda of Abington are here to provide the right service as displayed through our Mazda service FAQ. If you’re a driver in Willow Grove, Willow Manor, or Glenside, PA, take care of your car by scheduling service today!
Contact us online for any additional questions you may have!