Fluid Flush in Alpharetta & Kennesaw
The bottom line about vehicle flushes, is that it all comes down to how long you want your vehicle to last. If your vehicle was purchased brand new and is less than 3 years or below 30,000 miles, you more than likely will not need to have your vehicle’s systems flushed. But, if you purchased a pre-owned or used vehicle and don’t know if it was properly maintained you should definitely have your fluids checked to determine if the fluids need to be flushed or changed at all by the best mechanics in the industry at Japanese Automotive in Kennesaw or Alpharetta.
In many cases, vehicle owners are not aware that their vehicle contains a lot of fluid in it besides oil. These fluids are for the transmission, engine cooling (coolant), power steering fluid, brake fluid, fuel injection systems and rear-differential flush. It’s important that you take care of all the fluids in your vehicle, to ensure the operational longevity of your vehicle to ensure you receive the biggest return on investment with your vehicle purchase and the maintenance of it with these fluid flushes at Japanese Automotive in Kennesaw or Alpharetta.
A fluid flush is the process of ‘flushing’ out all the bad fluid that is at end-of-life, sludgy, contains containments, clogging your system, or not performing the way the fluid should be for the system it is operating within, in your vehicle. At Japanese Automotive in Alpharetta and Kennesaw we recommend having your first flush at around 30,000 miles and then every 30,000 miles after during the life of your vehicle. This should ensure the longevity of your vehicle by having all your systems operating at their best. If you are past 30,000 miles are even at or past 100,000 miles and don’t know if the fluids have been flushed in your vehicle. Relax. It’s okay. We just recommend you schedule an appointment to have your fluids inspected and to determine if you need a fluid flush, which you more than likely will if your vehicle is that high in miles with no fluid flushes being completed through the life of the vehicle.
Types of Vehicle Flushes:
Fuel Injection System
Transfer Case Flush
Power Steering Hoses
Power Steering Flush
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