Oil is the lifeblood of your engine. It works to cool, clean and lubricate the internal parts of your engine. Routine oil changes allow harmful contaminants to drain away with the dirty oil. Clean oil prevents sludge deposits from forming, thus promoting longer engine life.
Transmission fluids travel throughout the transmission to cool, clean and aid in shifting. These functions are reduced when deposits form on the transmission parts. A total fluid exchange prevents oxidation and sludge deposits from damaging your vehicle's transmission.
Coolant helps maintain proper temperature in the cooling system, preventing sediment and corrosion build up from clogging the cooling system and preventing sludge deposits from forming, thus promoting longer engine life.
Your power steering operates under extreme pressure. Oxidation, by products, house material and metallic debris accumulate eventually causing fluid contamination. This abrasive wear leads to pump noise, erratic steering and eventually costly mechanical failure. Change your power steering fluid will help prevent premature wear.