When to Change the Oil in Your Mercedes-Benz

When to Change the Oil in Your Mercedes-Benz

When to Change the Oil in Your Mercedes-Benz

Motor engine technology has come a long way. We’ve moved past the days of carburetors, distributors and regular engine oil to fuel injectors, ignition systems and long-life synthetic oils, meaning that you don’t need to change your oil every 3,000 miles anymore.

So, how do you know how often you DO need to change the oil in your Mercedes-Benz? Read on to discover what factors you should consider when determining your optimal oil-change period.

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How often does my Audi need an oil change?

How often does my Audi need an oil change?

Many mechanical breakdowns are avoidable with preventative maintenance, and the single most important preventive maintenance routines you can perform on your Audi vehicle is to regularly change the oil. Thoroughly flushing your fluids at proper intervals can help to extend your Audi’s life for many years – and miles – beyond the average life of a car.

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How often does a BMW need an oil change?

How often does a BMW need an oil change?

Changing your oil is an essential preventative maintenance service for any car, especially for your BMW. If you want to keep your vehicle running smoothly, regular oil changes are essential. A car’s oil keeps the engine parts lubricated to ensure that they’re running well – without regular oil changes, your vehicle’ s engine would overheat, which could potentially warp important parts, ultimately leading to engine failure.

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Three Things You Can Do To Extend Your Car’s Battery Life

It’s really never a good time to have to jump off your car…

Even though you know that the battery in your car is a critical component (your car simply will not start without one), you probably don’t think too hard about just how heavily you depend on it day in and day out. In fact, you probably don’t think about your car’s battery life much at all…until it’s dead. Read More

BMW Serpentine Belt sucked inside engine

BMW Serpentine Belt Sucked Inside Engine?

It’s definitely possible, and this is how it happens.

For years, there have been rumors and anecdotes floating around the BMW enthusiast community and online message boards. Incredulous owners have reported accounts of being told by their BMW mechanic that not only did their BMW serpentine belt fail, but it had also been sucked into the engine.  Read More

Porsche Cayenne Coolant Leak & Coolant Pipe Update

V8 Porsche Cayenne, Cayenne S, & Cayenne Turbo models need updated coolant pipes.

Is your Porsche Cayenne leaking coolant? The odds are pretty high that source of your Porsche Cayenne coolant leak are the coolant pipes that run underneath the intake and are nestled down in the “V” of the engine. Read More