Before the weather starts cooling down, it's time to make sure your engine is protected from the elements.
The antifreeze that has been working hard all summer to keep your car cool, is now responsible for keeping your engine from freezing as temperatures drop. Even if it doesn't get that cold, it's still important to replace this fluid because antifreeze degrades over time and becomes acidic which leads to corrosion to your engines crucial systems. To prevent this, antifreeze should be changed at least every 50K miles.
We'll test your battery and clean the connections. Your vehicle's battery works harder in the winter, which is why they always seem to die during colder conditions (not just Murphy's Law). We'll make sure your battery has what it takes to make through the winter without leaving you out in the cold.
While your onboard computers are constantly testing your hybrid battery, it's your regular vehicle battery that powers those onboard computers! Since the regular 12 volt battery in your hybrid is smaller than in traditional vehicles, they are generally more susceptible to problems and die faster. But our hybrid vehicle experts will make sure you and your hybrid are ready for the chilly weather.