Oil Change

  1. Draining Old Oil: We'll begin by placing your car on a lift or ramp and locating the oil drain plug underneath the engine. We'll remove the plug, allowing the old oil to drain into a container for proper disposal.

  2. Removing the Old Oil Filter: We'll remove the old oil filter responsible for trapping contaminants and debris in the engine oil. Over time, the filter can become clogged and less effective, so replacing it during each oil change is essential.

  3. Installing a New Oil Filter: We'll install a new, high-quality oil filter to help keep your engine oil clean and contaminant-free. It's essential to use the correct filter for your car's make and model to ensure proper fit and function.

  4. Filling with Fresh Oil: Once the old oil has been drained and the new filter is in place, we'll fill the engine with fresh, clean oil. We'll use the type and grade of oil your vehicle's manufacturer recommends for optimal performance and engine protection.

  5. Checking for Leaks: After filling your engine with fresh oil, we'll briefly start your car and check for leaks around the oil filter or drain plug. If everything looks good, we'll turn off the engine and lower your car back to the ground.

  6. Resetting Oil Change Indicator: If your car has an oil change indicator or reminder system, we'll reset it to reflect when your next oil change is due accurately.

  7. Final Check: We'll perform one last check of the oil level using the engine's dipstick, ensuring it's within the appropriate range.

Regular oil changes are essential for maintaining your vehicle's performance, efficiency, and longevity. The specific intervals for oil changes can vary depending on your foreign car's make and model and the type of oil used. It's a good idea to consult your vehicle's owner's manual for the recommended oil change intervals and follow the guidance of a professional auto mechanic.