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Dave’s Auto Group in Fallon, NV performs top-notch oil change and oil filter replacement services at a price you can afford. We also use a synthetic blend oil @ the conventional oil price. Schedule your next appointment or a consultation for auto repair service or oil change today at Dave’s Auto Group in Fallon, NV! Dave’s Auto Group is proud to be your local oil change, auto repair center and provider of tires in Fallon, NV.
When to Change/Check Your Oil:
Check Oil Light is on
Check Engine Light is on
Oil is filthy
Pinging, knocking, or various other noises coming from the engine
Our oil change, lube and filter solutions include:
Changing the oil filter
Checking the air filter
Checking and topping off all fluids under the hood
Lubricating all fittings
Checking engine for cracks
Checking belts and hoses
Checking tire pressure
Checking whole undercarriage
Dave’s Auto Group offers Oil Changes in Fallon, NV
We service the following cities and most of northwest Nevada: Fallon, Fernley, Austin, Lovelock, Dayton, Silver Springs, Yerington, Schurz, Hawthorne, Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Winnemucca
Dave’s Auto Group offers top quality oil change and auto repair services in Fallon, NV that are very affordable and can be implemented quickly. Our trained and certified technicians are eager to service your vehicle's next auto repair service or oil change in Fallon, NV.
It is advised that you get an oil change every 3,000 - 5,000 miles to stop engine wear and keep oil devoid of fragments; for your vehicle's particular mileage always consult your owners guide or ask one of our technicians before scheduling your next oil change appointment.
Fallon, NV Oil Change & Oil Filter Replacement
What an oil change in Fallon, NV can do: Your car counts on an oil change for new oil and oil filters to keep it operating smoothly. An oil change keeps your oil level maintained full, clean from particles and not burnt. Oil lubes important engine parts. Moving parts create friction, and overtime that heat wears the components down. Oil or a synthetic lubricant could lessen the damage from the friction by those moving components. By maintaining a regular oil change schedule you will positively increase your engine's performance as well as preserve the life of your vehicle's engine.
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