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Lube Oil and Filter

Lube Oil and Filter


About Lube Oil and Filter

Your vehicle is likely one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your life; that’s why it’s important to protect it. Integra Tire is passionate about vehicle maintenance because, when done properly, it can extend the life of your vehicle significantly, keep you safe from expensive internal component failures, and prevent costly repairs in the future! Call your local Integra Tire to book an appointment or request a time below. Regular oil changes could possibly be one of the most important factors in keeping your vehicle’s engine running properly. They help to increase gas mileage, prevent engine failure, and prevent deposits and build up inside your engine. Oil changes should be done at your local Integra Tire every 5,000 km or more frequently if you are constantly driving in stop and go traffic.

When you need expert advice, you can count on the team at Integra Tire to get your vehicle up and running in tip-top shape.

Troubling Signs

The most obvious sign you need an oil change is if your check-engine or oil-change light is visible on your dashboard. This light varies depending on your make and model. In some cases it may say "MAIN REQD" (maintenance required), "CHANGE OIL," "CHECK OIL," or may just be an icon. You can check your vehicle's manual to see your oil change indicator or call the specialists at Integra Tire Lube Oil and Filter.  Depending on the age or type of vehicle you have, the light can be triggered by a complex sensor/computer or a more simple mileage counter.

Leaking oil can indicate a variety of problems - most obviously, a leak in your system. It can also indicate your filter needs to be replaced.

Checking Your Fluids 

It is encouraged that you check your oil regularly to ensure your vehicle has the right amount. You should also pay attention to any discoloration. Oil that is extremely dark or has an odd smell indicates a failing component or that your oil needs to be changed as soon as possible.

See the below video for more info on how to check your oil level.

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