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Oil Change at Waters Auto Repair

Oil and filter changes are a part of your car’s routine maintenance. At Waters Auto Repair, our automobile technicians know how to do the job quickly and correctly every time.

When you get an oil change at Waters Auto Repair, you can expect a 19-point vehicle inspection and a thorough job. With the 19-point inspection, rest assured we will notify you of any issues found.

What we offer with our oil change:

  • Choose vehicle motor oil: full synthetic oil, synthetic blend oil, or high mileage motor oil.
  • Replace and recycle your car’s used oil and oil filter.
  • Inspect your car’s cabin filter, air filter, and other applicable filters.
  • Perform a 19-point courtesy inspection.
  • Fill the window washer fluid and check the levels of other essential fluids.

What is a 19-point vehicle inspection?

The following items are checked during a 19-point vehicle inspection: 

  1. Headlights
  2. Tail lights
  3. Turn signals
  4. Brake lights
  5. Foot brakes
  6. Parking brake
  7. Steering wheel
  8. Windshield integrity
  9. Heat and air conditioning
  10. Front, rear, and side window condition
  11. Front seat adjustment mechanism
  12. Door controls (open, close, lock)
  13. Vehicle horn
  14. Speedometer
  15. Body condition
  16. Muffler and exhaust system
  17. Condition of tires, including tread depth
  18. Rearview mirrors
  19. Safety belts

To schedule your oil change, contact Waters Auto Repair today. We will get you in and out in no time. Trust our expert mechanics to change your oil and offer insights into your vehicle’s health.

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