Get Your Oil Changed
at DCH Gardena Honda
You probably hear the term 'oil change' all the time, but what does it actually mean? When you get an oil change, it simply means that your old motor oil is drained and replaced with new motor oil. Short and sweet, the process is relatively simple. But just because it's simple doesn't mean changing your oil is not important. In fact, getting regular oil changes is by far the most essential and important service you can perform on your vehicle. So how does it work?
We Provide Oil Change Service at DCH Gardena Honda
Having your oil changed at regular intervals is a must for any vehicle. At the service center here at DCH Gardena Honda, we can assist you. We are here to perform oil changes and make sure you stay on top of service and get all your vehicle repair and maintenance needs met.
Make Sure to Have Regular Oil Changes
A regular oil change means plenty of benefits for your vehicle. This includes making sure the engine is clean and everything can run smoothly as buildup inside is cleared out. The right engine oil also lasts quite a while so make sure to ask us which one is right for you. Oil changes also help keep your vehicle efficient, and lasting longer. Depending on your driving habits and the type of oil you choose, you should have your oil changed every 3,000 to 6,000 miles. We're here to provide that service for you, as it's a routine maintenance job for us and we can have you in and out quickly with a job well done in Gardena.
Change Oil Filter
We recommend replacing the oil filter every time the oil gets changed. This ensures that the clean motor oil is supported by a clean filter that won't introduce rust or water into the oil system. Depending on the make and model of your car, we'll install a professional-grade oil filter that's built to last you.
Replenish with New Fluid
Now it's time to replenish the system with fresh motor oil. If you're curious about the specific type of oil your vehicle takes, refer to your owner's manual. New motor oil is mixed in at the top of the engine inside the reservoir tank with the oil symbol on it. It's important that the new oil reaches a sufficient depth and that enough fluid is entered into the system before starting the car.