Auto Repair: Frequently Asked Questions

July 8th, 2019 by


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Auto Repair: Frequently Asked Questions

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Auto repair can be one of the daunting tasks when it comes to owning a vehicle. At our Oklahoma City car dealership, it doesn’t have to be. When it comes to car repair service, our certified technicians are the experts. They have been trained and certified by the manufacturer to work on your specific model. We know that some types of repair or maintenance can be confusing, so we’re here to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Keep on reading below to learn more about auto repair at Porsche Oklahoma City.

How Important Are Oil Changes?

As far as auto repair services go, having your oil changed is one of the most important. The oil inside your engine is used for many different reasons. It lubricates and cools the vital components that make your engine run. As your engine runs, it gets hot, and when metal gets hot, it expands. The oil prevents those parts from directly rubbing against each other and creating more friction.

If there is not enough oil, it can cause a number of problems. The worst problem that can occur is the metal expanding so far that the parts are unable to move. This will then completely seize your engine, doing some pretty serious damage. To prevent any of this from happening, you should have your oil changed every 5,000 miles or every 6 months, whichever comes first. Schedule your next oil change service at our dealership in Oklahoma City today.

How Do I Know If I Should Replace My Tires?

It’s important to always keep the quality of your tires in mind. Their entire job is to keep your car rolling down the road. So how do you know when you need to change them? There are some signs that you can look out for. The most obvious is if they are flat or not. This could be fixed with a patch, but there is a chance that the tire can’t be saved.

If you can see bald spots or if you notice any threading exposed on the interior of the tire, it's definitely time to have them changed. If you’re not sure about the tread, there is a simple trick to test it by using a regular old penny. Place the penny with Abraham Lincoln’s head going down into the tread. If you can see any part of his head, that means your tread is becoming too worn. Schedule your next auto repair service appointment at our Oklahoma City car dealership today.

Is Scheduled Maintenance Required?

Some auto repair or maintenance can be scheduled in advance. Most manufacturers will have a maintenance schedule for each model of vehicle that is based on the average use of the vehicle. Although these schedules are not required, they are highly recommended. Just like you should go to the doctor at least once a year, your vehicle should go to scheduled check-ups as well. These can be for a number of services including oil changes, filter changes, and more. These “checkups” can also help in preventing damage to your vehicle before it happens. Our certified technicians will be more than happy to assist you with any maintenance services that you require. Visit our dealership in Oklahoma City for more information.

What Kind Of Parts Should I Use?

Are you a D.I.Y. mechanic or having some auto repair service done for your vehicle? Choosing the right parts can be tough, and we want to help make it easier. For any kind of auto repair or maintenance, it's always recommended to use genuine Porsche Parts so you get the same quality and performance that you expect from your vehicle. These Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts are created using the exact same materials and machines as the originals, and they are held to the same standards. They are specifically created to replace your old parts when needed.

If you use generic parts, you won’t get the guarantee that they’ll work or fit properly. For your next car repair service come to our Oklahoma City car dealership where you can trust our certified technicians to only use genuine Porsche parts. Order your next Porsche Parts online today!

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