Servicing Your Buick In Reading, PA
Caring for your Buick vehicle is an ongoing task that ensures its longevity and optimal performance. Here's a recommended maintenance schedule to help you keep your Buick in top shape.
Routine Maintenance (Every 7,500 miles):
At every interval of 7,500 miles, it's important to change the oil and filter in your vehicle. One place we at King's Auto Repair differ from Buick on oil changes is they claim 7,500-mile oil changes for normal maintenance. We recommend an oil service and tire rotation every 5,000 miles. We see a lot of vehicles that develop engine issues once they are out of warrant from these extended 7,500-mile oil changes. Mostly timing chain and variable camshaft issues. We only use high quality synthetic oil from Quaker State or Pennzoil to keep your engine clean and running efficiently. This is also the ideal time to perform a multi-point vehicle inspection, examining your tires, brakes, fluids,belts, and exhaust systems for any signs of wear or potential issues.
Intermediate Maintenance (Every 15,000 miles):
As you hit the 15,000-mile mark, it's time to change the cabin air filter, adjust the parking brake, replace the brake fluid, inspect the suspension and exhaust, and check the cooling system. These steps help ensure that your vehicle continues to operate smoothly and safely.
Additional Maintenance (22,500 miles):
The 22,500-mile service includes all services from the7,500-mile service, plus a transfer case fluid change and a cabin air filter replacement. These additional steps help keep your vehicle running efficiently and comfortably.
Comprehensive Maintenance (Every 45,000 miles):
Every 45,000 miles, your Buick requires more extensive maintenance. This includes everything from the previous intervals, in addition to the replacement of engine air filters, automatic transmission fluid exchange, brake fluid exchange, clutch fluid replacement, and an inspection of the evaporative control system.
Ignition Maintenance (Every 60,000 miles - All except1.4L Engine):
When your Buick reaches 60,000 miles (except for models with a 1.4L engine), it's time to replace the spark plugs and inspect the ignition coil boots. This ensures that your car starts properly every time.
Long-Term Maintenance (150,000 miles or 5 years):
Finally, when your Buick reaches 150,000 miles or turns 5years old, it's time to perform all services from the previous intervals,inspect the drive belts and replace if necessary, and exchange the coolant fluid.
Remember, regular maintenance is key to keeping your Buick in top shape. Always consult your owner's manual or manufacturer for specific details. Our team of friendly and professional experts is always hereto help you with any questions or concerns you might have about your vehicle's maintenance. After all, our main goal is to build trust through transparency,customer service, and providing informative, expert advice.