Oil Change Service
One of the simplest, most effective and inexpensive ways to help protect the life of your car is to regularly change the oil and the oil filter with a Perfect Soundz oil change.
Oil is the lifeblood of your engine. It reduces friction, lessens wear, provides lubrication, forms a seal between the pistons, rings and cylinder walls while helping to cool engine parts. Without the cleaning action of new oil, carbon and varnish buildup would be toxic to the engine. And engine oil even dampens the shock and noise of moving parts.
With an oil change from PerfectSoundz (or any other service) you’ll receive a complimentary Courtesy Check. We’ll look inside, outside, under the hood and underneath the car, then explain the findings and give you a written report.
- Engine air filter
- Brake fluid
- Automatic transmission fluid
- Power steering fluid
We’ll also walk you through your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations for replacing these vital fluids and filters.
For over 15 years, PerfectSoundz has been helping drivers across North America maintain their vehicles. With ASE-certified mechanics, we can take care of all of your auto repair and maintenance needs. From oil changes, filter replacements, and fluid flushes to brakes and brake repair, shocks and struts, muffler repair, tires, and wheel alignment, we’ve got you covered.
Many vehicles today leave the factory with 5W-30 or 5w-20 engine oil. Vehicle manufacturers recommend them because they are lighter oils that perform well in a range of temperatures and help improve gas mileage.
Oil filters are designed to trap foreign particles suspended in the oil and prevent them from getting to the engine bearings and other parts. Your coolant/antifreeze (mixture of water and antifreeze) is used in an engine cooling system to dissipate heat and maintain the engine’s temperature throughout its operating range. Other fluids (i.e. brakes, steering, transmission, engine cooling and other systems) keep you safe while driving, and present the vehicle from overheating. When these fluids become degraded or are at incorrect levels, damage to other components may occur…so always follow the manufacturer-recommended service schedule.