1. We will top off the fluids in your vehicle. This includes your oil, windshield washer fluid and coolant. We will always inspect these fluids no matter why you brought your vehicle here. This will give our certified technicians a chance to look at the fluids and see how they are doing. If anything looks off, this will help us diagnose a potential problem before it becomes a serious and costly issue.
2. We will check for software updates and recalls. Both of these services must be performed by a certified VW dealership to avoid voiding a warranty. The software updates we conduct on your vehicle come directly from the manufacturer and they are designed to make your vehicle run more efficiently.
3. We will only use products that were designed for your vehicle's specifications. The manufacturer does extensive research and testing on the parts they produce which is something aftermarket companies can not provide. We use these parts because they are built to be the best and your vehicle will operate at peak performance using the OEM parts we provide.
5 Quarts of synthetic oil
New Volkswagen oil filter
Four tire rotation
Top off all fluids
Check and adjust tire pressure
Check belts and hoses
Check exhaust system
Check constant velocity (CV) boots
Check cooling systems for leaks
A coolant flush is a maintenance procedure performed on a vehicle's cooling system to replace old coolant with fresh coolant. The cooling system is responsible for regulating the engine's temperature and preventing it from overheating.
Once the old coolant is drained, the system is then flushed to remove any remaining residue. This helps eliminate any build-up, rust, or scale that could impede the cooling system's efficiency.
fter the flushing process, the cooling system is refilled with fresh coolant.
We will flush and refill your vehicle's brake fluid. Your vehicle's brake fluid helps absorb moisture that builds up in the brake system. Replacing the brake fluid every few years will help prevent corrosion caused by moisture.