Tire & Service Network locations offer auto service and tire service, including tire rotation, tire balancing, and tire alignment to help you keep your vehicle in top gear.
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Maintain a comfortable temperature for you and your vehicle
The performance of the engine, alternator, and secondary electrical systems depend on the battery.
Avoid breaking down in your vehicle by maintaining its belts and hoses.
Feel confident in your vehicle's stopping power with regular brake checks.
Keep your ignition, fuel, and emission-control systems doing what they should by maintaining your engine diagnostics.
Drivelines are responsible for the speed of your vehicle, so it's important to keep them in good working order.
A vehicle's fluids must be maintained for it to run properly.
Maintain a comfortable temperature for you and your vehicle.
Failing an emissions test is usually the fault of either the muffler or the exhaust system.
Drive smoothly by maintaining your vehicle's oil.
Experience a smooth, controlled ride with a properly functioning suspension system.
Help your vehicle last longer by scheduling regular tune-ups.
To facilitate even energy distribution so your vehicle's battery is properly charged, regularly check your electrical systems.
Proper installation enables tires to function fully and correctly.
Protect your tires by getting them changed at a Tire & Service Network location.
To avoid uneven tread wear, it's important to rotate your tires regularly.
Proper wheel alignment helps you maintain control of your car.
Routinely balance your tires to avoid uneven wear, vibration, and potentially unsafe driving conditions.
In this service, the air conditioning system is checked for refrigerant leaks and the interior cabin temperature is evaluated. This helps provide a comfortable temperature inside the vehicle, and reduces the risk of premature compressor failure. Visit the experts at Tire & Service Network locations for this and other services to keep your vehicle in excellent condition.
Your vehicle's battery primarily helps start the engine. However, it also stores energy generated by the alternator and runs the secondary electrical systems in your vehicle. To help you take care of your battery, experts at the Tire & Service Network:
If your vehicle's belts and hoses fail, your vehicle could break down. To help prevent this, make sure your belts and hoses are checked at regular intervals. Try to have them checked every 3,000 miles or with every oil change. During a belt inspection, the experts at the Tire & Service Network check each belt for:
During a hose inspection, experts at the Tire & Service Network check for:
BELTS & HOSES WARRANTY (COOLING SYSTEM)
Brakes are one of the most important components on your vehicle. You need to know that when you compress the brake, your vehicle will stop. These tips should help you keep your brakes functioning properly:
BRAKE SERVICE WARRANTY (EXCLUDING OVERHAUL) 1
1 NOTE: Steering or suspension parts installed after the alignment voids the warranty.
BRAKE OVERHAUL WARRANTY (BRAKE SHOES AND/OR DISC PADS)
BRAKE OVERHAUL WARRANTY (DISC AND/OR DRUM PERFORMED AS A PACKAGE INCLUDES:)
FRONT BRAKE SPECIAL - 2-WHEEL DISC
Today's vehicles are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that tell your ignition, fuel, and emission control systems what to do. At the first sign of any engine problems, such as rough running, low fuel economy, failure to pass an emissions test, or dashboard warning lights, be sure to get an expert evaluation as soon as possible. By tapping into your vehicle's computer, experts at the Tire & Service Network can check a multitude of engine components:
ENGINE TUNE UP WARRANTY 2
2 NOTE: Steering or suspension parts installed after the alignment voids the warranty.
The driveline of your vehicle takes the power generated by the engine and transforms it into the rotation of the wheels, and therefore, the speed of the vehicle. To maintain your driveline, experts at the Tire & Service Network:
Every vehicle requires several automotive fluids to run properly. The most important fluids include engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, antifreeze, and power-steering fluid. Bring your vehicle to a Tire & Service Network location to make sure your vehicle's fluids are:
To keep warm and cozy, or cool and comfortable, it's best to maintain your heating and air conditioning systems through Tire & Service Network locations. A thorough inspection includes:
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES WARRANTY
Here are some signs that your vehicle may be experiencing muffler or exhaust problems. If you notice any of the following, schedule an appointment at a Tire & Service Network location:
3 Must be listed on invoice as "Limited Warranty".
EXHAUST COMPONENT WARRANTY (EXCLUDING MUFFLER)
Your vehicle relies on oil, lubrication, and an oil filter to keep it running smoothly. Every three months or 3,000 miles, your vehicle should be ready for an oil change. Check your vehicle's owner's manual for specific recommendations. Oil, lube, and filter changes at Tire & Service Network locations include:
The steering and suspension systems bear the weight of a vehicle and keep the tires on the road. To help make sure your steering and suspension systems are working properly, experts at the Tire & Service Network can examine all of your steering and suspension components, including:
SUSPENSION PARTS WARRANTY (EXCLUDING DRIVE TRAIN COMPONENTS)
A tune-up is essential to vehicle maintenance. It helps prevent problems while identifying and replacing worn parts. Maintaining regular tune-ups will help your vehicle conserve fuel and perform better. Most vehicles require regularly scheduled tune-ups every 30,000 miles. Check your vehicle's owner's manual to see if this is correct for your vehicle. A thorough tune-up performed at a Tire & Service Network location includes:
Your vehicle's electrical system is made up of a complex network of circuits that create, store, and distribute energy where it's needed. During a battery inspection, experts at the Tire & Service Network check:
Tires should be selected by the correct size for the vehicle, and should be purchased in sets of four, or at least matching sets of two for each axle. Getting your new tires installed at a Tire & Service Network location includes:
Help mininize potential damage to your tires by visiting a Tire & Service Network location.
Rotating your tires means moving them from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back, or a combination of both. Regular tire rotation helps avoid uneven tire wear that can lead to poor performance and decreased gas mileage. Some tires must be rotated at specific intervals, while others need to be rotated depending on the wear. To find out how your tires should be rotated, check your vehicle's owner's manual, or visit a Tire & Service Network location.
Wheel alignment is the position of the wheels relative to the vehicle. When properly aligned, the wheels will point in the same direction as the vehicle. If the wheels are not properly aligned, steering will become difficult, tires will wear unevenly, and fuel economy will decrease. An alignment check at a Tire & Service Network location includes:
ALIGNMENT WARRANTY 6
6 NOTE: Steering or suspension parts installed after the alignment voids the warranty.
Balancing your tires is important. If overlooked, unbalanced tires can lead to uneven wear, vibration, and potentially unsafe driving conditions. Tire & Service Network locations can help determine whether your tires need to be rotated and balanced based on wear or mileage. Getting your tires balanced can mean:
WHEEL BALANCING WARRANTY (AUTO TIRES ONLY)
4 Must be listed on invoice as "Limited Warranty."
5 TPMS warns the driver when the pressure in one or more of the vehicle's tires is 25% or more below the vehicle manufacturer's recommended cold inflation pressure.