Get the Best Ford Repair with Lou's Car Care & Fleet Vehicles
Ford Repair According to Factory Standards
When it comes to Ford repair, you want your vehicle to be working at optimum levels. We understand the importance of having your Ford repaired to factory standards. And using only approved parts. Our certified technicians have experience working with Ford vehicles, both commercial and private. And provide the best service possible.
Save Money with Approved Parts
We don't just use parts that will work, we use what is called for by the factory to save you money in the long run. With heavy duty and commercial Ford vehicles, it is even more important to use the correct parts. This ensures that your vehicle is running correctly and efficiently. We strive to save you money while providing the best quality service.
36-Month / 36,000-Mile Nationwide Warranty
We take pride in our Ford repair work and back all our jobs with a 36-month / 36,000-mile Nationwide Warranty. Our certified technicians know what to look for when they see a Ford model. And can spot problems before they become costly repairs. You can rest easy knowing that your Ford vehicle is being repaired according to factory standards. And with approved parts, you will get the best service possible.
FREQUENTLY ASKED FORD QUESTIONS:
1. How often should I change the oil in my Ford vehicle?
You should change the oil in your Ford vehicle every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, or as recommended in your owner's manual. Regular oil changes are crucial for maintaining engine performance and longevity.
2. When should I replace the air filter in my Ford vehicle?
Replace the air filter in your Ford vehicle every 20,000 miles, or as advised in your owner's manual. A fresh air filter helps keep your engine running efficiently and conserves fuel. You should also replace your cabin air filters every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, or as advised in your owner's manual.
3. What's the recommended maintenance schedule for my Ford vehicle?
Refer to your Ford owner's manual for the specific maintenance schedule tailored to your model and year. It outlines when to perform essential services and inspections to keep your vehicle in top condition. Lou’s Car Care & Fleet Services suggests maintenance services every 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles.
4. What's the correct tire pressure for my Ford vehicle?
The recommended tire pressure for your Ford vehicle can be found in your owner's manual and often on a label inside the driver's door jamb. Keep your tires inflated to the specified pressure to ensure safety, fuel efficiency, and tire longevity.
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