Having a problem with your car? Check out these frequently asked questions!

How Often Should I Get Oil Change?

Typically, you will need to get your oil changed every 8,000 to 10,000 kilometres approximately or every three months when your minor service is due.

When Do I Need My Brakes Checked?

If your car reached a 30,000 to 50,000-kilometre mark, your brake pads will start to diminish. Your car will take longer to stop or will create unbearable screeching noises. If you suspect that your brakes may need replacing, call us on 9274 2066.

Why should I Have My Car Serviced?

It is always important to keep your car running smoothly to prevent accidents or breaking down. If your car is experiencing difficulties, you should contact Ultra Lube for an inspection as ignoring the issue may cause more damage to your vehicle.

What Does a Log Book Service Include?

A log book service is a scheduled service on certain aspects of your car as outlined by the manufacturer.

When Do I Need to Regas my Car Airconditioning?

It is recommended to regas car aircon every couple of years or if your air conditioning is starting to diminish. It is best to check your manual or have it assessed by a mechanic.

How Often Should I Check Fluid Levels?

There are fluids in your car that need to be checked on a regular basis. For instance, engine oil is typically checked every 8000-10000 Kilometers. Windshield washer fluid, on the other hand, needs a checking every month during rainy months.

When Should I Replace My Battery?

Typically, your battery’s life span lasts up to three to five years. However, there are factors that can deteriorate your battery such as hot or cold weather. If you notice signs such as dimming headlights and dashboard lights or your car takes a while to start in the morning, it is best to have a mechanic check it to know whether or not it needs replacement.

When Should I Get a Tyre Rotation?

Tyre rotations should be done as often when needed. It is important to spread the wear on your tyres evenly. It will expand the life span of your tyres and it keeps the traction and handling consistent among your tyres.

What Happens If I Don’t Change My Oil?

Old, over used oil can also begin to become thick and build up around the inside of the motor in a process known as sludging. This sludge can block important oil channels or fall and block the oil pick up. This then means that the engine can seize from lack of lubrication.

When Should I Have My Tyres Checked For Pressure?

It is ideal to check your tyre pressure once a month. Also, it is best to check them whenever you are going on a long trip and when there is a significant change in temperature or weather.

Is It Safe to Drive a Car With a Leaking Fuel Line?

No. It is not safe to drive a car with your fuel leaking. It is prone to catching fire as it can self-ignite when it gets in contact with heat. It is also worth noting that leaking fuel can harm rubbers and plastics as well as being a fire hazard.

What Are the Symptoms of Faulty Engine Mounts?

Faulty engine mounts will project impact noises from the engine bay, excessive vibrations due to its inability to efficiently absorb engine vibrations when your engine is not properly aligned in the engine bay. Thus, when you notice these symptoms, it is best to call your mechanic.

When should I change my Power Steering Fluid?

For you to know when to change your steering fluid, you will need to check your user’s manual. Then, check the colour of your fluid. A dark colour could mean that it is all used up. Lastly, the impurities of your fluid will lead to abnormal sounds and tugging when steering.

Can Wheel Bearings Be Replaced?

Yes, wheel bearings can be replaced with the help of a qualified mechanic. Wheel bearings need replacement or repair when you notice uneven tyre wear, hear loud grinding noises coming from your wheels or if your steering wheel vibrates when you’re driving at a low speed.

What does a major service include?

Typically, a major service includes replacement of transmission and differential oils, checking and replacing the brake and clutch fluid if necessary, changing the spark plugs, testing the battery and an overall safety inspection is done to guarantee that your car is ready and safe for driving.

What does a minor service include?

Basically, a minor service includes a comprehensive vehicle inspection and diagnostic checks of the engine oil and filter along with a tyre rotation if required. A minor service is vital every 6 months or every 10,000km.

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Needed to know what fix would cost me barely had got home when manager rang and asked me to come back and showed me first hand the issue and whether I was willing to spend that amount also showed me some other issues and pointed out common faults thru out the territory vehicles they were honest in their assessment which was refreshing. Work carried out on the car was done promptly and on time and price was as per quote.

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Was passing through Perth from up North and the team fitted me in on short notice for a service. Attention to detail during the service they noticed my suspension was faulty and recommended it be replaced. Again they fixed it promptly on a Friday at a reasonable cost and gave me a few options. The free loan car was a huge help so my family and I weren't stuck without transport.

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