Changing your air filter is a small way to help protect your engine while boosting efficiency and performance. Generally this is done between 12,000 and 15,000 miles; about every 3rd oil change. Please consult a team member for pricing and availability.
Changing your cabin air filter can help keep dust, pollen, mold spores, and some pollution out of your vehicle's cabin. This should be changed about every 15,000 miles. If you are on a 5,000 oil change schedule, every 3rd oil change.
While some newer vehicles can go up to 60,000 miles without changing the fuel filter, it is common to change it between 20,000 and 30,000 miles. Please refer to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations for proper maintenance.
Your vehicle's cooling system helps keep your engine from getting too hot and being damaged. The coolant is circulated through the engine, extracts the heat, and then circulates to the radiator to cool. You should maintain the coolant level monthly. In cold weather, you should have it checked to ensure it's antifreeze properties. If it fails the antifreeze test, it should be replaced.
Brake fluid is the hydraulic fluid that makes your brakes function. If the level is too low, your brakes can fail. Brake fluid should be checked regularly. A monthly schedule is a good rule of thumb for fluid checks.
Power steering fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid that operates the power steering system of your car. The level should be maintained per the manufacturer's recommendations in order for your steering to function properly. Without fluid, the power steering pump can fail, a pricey repair.