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Oil Change

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Some of you may not know this, but oil is the lifeblood on which all internal combustion engines must operate. It's more crucial than any other engine fluid, including fuel and coolant, because it has the potential to cause the most damage in the shortest time if it's quality or quantity is compromised.

If you simply change your oil and filter every 6000 to 9000 miles or every 12 months, (whichever comes first) and check its level regularly, chances are you'll never experience an oil-related problem. For drivers using synthetic oil, intervals as long as 10,000 miles or twelve months between changes are considered acceptable.

O.K., so your oil has been in there for longer than 6,000 miles (maybe a lot longer...) and it's time to do something about it. No problem - just bring your car to Link Road Motors and we'll take care of it for you.

 

 
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