Brakes work by applying friction to moving parts. In fact it takes thousands of pounds of force to stop a moving car. It is no wonder, then, that they wear out over time and require service. How long your brakes last is based on various factors such as driving conditions, how you brake, and other factors. We are familiar with the driving conditions here in Toms River and know that your brakes need regular care. We have family, too, and understand the importance of keeping your family safe. This is why we provide a free brake inspection with every service to make sure that any problem is taken care of before it becomes a major concern.
The best way to avoid serious breakdowns and the higher costs associated with automotive repair is by doing routine maintenance. Preventive vehicle maintenance is defined as the actions recommended by the vehicle manufacturer to keep it running and on the road. Our expert, ASE certified technicians know precisely what maintenance is recommended by the manufacturer of your vehicle. Whether you have a car or truck, we provide the maintenance services to keep it running well. Schedule an appointment with Holiday Service Center today and make sure your vehicle is safe and efficient with preventative maintenance.
The Check Engine light may come on for a variety of reasons. Often it is related to an emission control malfunction. Your vehicle’s engine is constantly monitored by a computer to make sure the vehicle is running as designed. When it detects a problem, it automatically illuminates the check engine light as a warning that something is not right and that your car needs service. By bringing your vehicle in as soon as possible to be diagnosed, you can help avoid costly repairs. Our factory trained and certified technicians have all of the equipment, skills, and knowledge to diagnose engine problems quickly and get your vehicle back on the road.
Your vehicle’s cooling system regulates the temperature in your engine and protects it from overheating, damage and breakdowns. The cooling system also keeps your engine from freezing during the winter months. One of the most common causes of car problems and breakdowns is cooling system failure. A failure in the cooling system can cause severe engine damage. Problems can stem from low coolant levels, old coolant, or leaks. Fortunately, it’s easy to prevent problems by having your cooling system checked and serviced regularly. Schedule an appointment today and make sure your cooling system is functioning at peak performance.
If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, it requires transmission fluid to operate properly. That fluid, also known as ATF, prevents the transmission from running too hot, especially when you’re towing a trailer, climbing steep hills, and operating the vehicle under other severe driving conditions.
Like any other automotive fluid, transmission fluid will break down and become less effective as it ages. However, unlike engine oil, transmission fluid must be flushed from your vehicle using a specially designed machine. Have us check your fluid every 30,000 miles.
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