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Maintenance is the Medicine02.25.2020 | Okan Sengullu

A majority of drivers prefer not to think about auto care unless it’s absolutely necessary. The problem is, once it’s absolutely necessary, it’s likely to cost quite a bit more. In some cases, regular maintenance can actually prevent repairs altogether. Our auto repair shop can help perform everyday maintenance, but we can also set you up with engine and car transmission repairs in Lincoln Park. Today we’ll be examining some auto features whose lifespan can be extended with regular maintenance.


Lubricating the mechanics of your engine is essential to smooth functioning. In some cases, letting your car run on old, dirty oil may be more damaging to the engine than outright oil starvation—not that we recommend it. If your car runs out of oil, the engine may lock up suddenly while on the road, posing a hazard to yourself and other drivers.


When’s the last time the alignment on your wheels was checked? If you’re not on a regular schedule of rotating your tires every six months (or 6,000-8,000 miles), your wheels may have shifted out of alignment. Premature wear can result in early replacement, or worse, dangerous tire blowouts.

Brake Failure

If you notice a screeching or squealing sound when coming to a halt, it’s a good idea to take your car in for maintenance. This sound may be an indication that your brake pads are wearing thin. Replacing your brake pads is far less expensive than causing damage to your rotors or brake calipers. Of course, with

Broken Belts

It’s a good idea to follow your owner’s manual in all things, including the schedule for replacing your timing belt. Neglecting to replace this critical part can result in significant damage to your engine, and potentially hundreds of dollars spent on repairs.

Contact us today for professional auto maintenance. Car already damaged? Not to worry! We also provide engine and car transmission repair in Lincoln Park.

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