Why is Maintenance Important?
You should always have your oil changed every 3,000 miles. This prevents build up of sludge and grime. With a properly lubricated engine, you are virtually guaranteed that the engine will not seize. We not only change your oil but also perform safety checks. That means we check brakes, tires, fluids, lights, and more for you. The extra effort we provide can save you from trouble in the future.
Every 7,000 miles, it is essential to have your tires rotated. This keeps tire treads from wearing irregularly and extend the life of your tires. You can check treads by placing a penny into the tread mark. Proper tread depth should come to the top of Lincoln's head. Also, check tires for uneven wear, bulges, and holes.
All fluid levels (brake fluid, transmission fluid, oil, power steering fluid, and antifreeze) should be checked every 3,000 miles. This can important to detect leaks early and repair it before it becomes a big problem.
Once a year, you should have your radiator flushed and refilled. This can prevent radiators from developing holes prematurely.