These items not always required they will be provided when needed at additional cost
Synthetic Oils, Special types of transmission oil, Spark plugs if required, Pollen filter if required
Does your car need a service?
Most modern cars only need a service once a year, but older cars require a service once every six months. The manufacturer's service handbook will set what is best for your car. The type of service you need will also be affected by how you use your car. For example, lots of short journeys where the engine does not have a chance to warm up properly will probably mean more frequent oil and filter changes.
Running faults and repairs
Ask to speak to a mechanic or technician about the problem. Explain the problem in as much detail as you can. If you can, include when the problem occurs, for example only when engine is cold, or after the vehicle has been left standing.
Replace Oil Filter, Semi Synthetic Engine Oil, Replace Air Filter if required, test brake fluid and top up all under bonnet fluid levels, Check Auxiliary belts, Check steering and suspension, check CV gaitors, Check wheel bearings, Check front Brake discs and pads, Check rear Brake discs and pads, check tyre wear, check hand brake, check horn, check wipers, check lights, reset service light and stamp service book.
Add Forte Engine Flush, Add Forte Fuel system cleaner and run engine for 15 minutes to clean, check antifreeze strength, check engine breather and vacuum pipes, check throttle operation, check battery level and lubricate, check fuel lines and brake pipes, check fuel cap, check gearbox oil level, check clutch cable, check peration of cooling fans, Replace Air Filter, replace Oil Filter, Semi Synthetic Engine Oil, Replace, pollen filter if applicable, replace fuel filter if applicable, change spark plugs if applicable, test brake fluid and top up all under bonnet fluid levels, Check Auxiliary belts, Check steering and suspension, check CV gaitors, Check wheel bearings, Check front Brake discs and pads, Check rear Brake discs and pads, check tyre wear, check seat belts, check Air bag and ABS warning lamps, check A/C operation, lubricate door hinges and locks, check hand brake, check horn, check wipers, check lights, reset service light, stamp service book and road test vehicle.
When organising a car service, it's important that you establish what the service includes
Some garages will change only your oil filter, others will carry out a full service.
A good garage will follow a service checklist and give you a copy of that completed checklist as confirmation of a job well done.
We carry out your service incorporating the Industry Standard Service Checklist.