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Service FAQs


At Gossett Hyundai South, we are more than happy to provide helpful information to drivers everywhere. Over the years we’ve seen many of the same questions asked by our customers in regards to servicing their vehicle. Unfortunately, sometimes these questions are asked a little too late to prevent long-terms damage. We’d like to help you prevent some of these issues from arising by offering up some answers to our list of frequently asked car service questions.

What should I do once my car reaches 100,000 miles?
We recommend that your vehicle should undergo a complete inspection and tune-up once you hit that “mile” stone on the odometer. Getting a fresh set of parts in place for the next 100,000 miles is crucial.

When should I change my motor oil?
The earliest you should consider getting it changed is approximately every 3,000 miles, but some vehicles are good until about 5,000 miles. With synthetic motor oil it can go even longer than that. It really depends on the type of car you drive and the kind of warranty you have with it. Of course, it’s always better to be safe than sorry, so it definitely can’t hurt to have it changed a little sooner than necessary.

Should I go with synthetic oil over conventional?
We recommend synthetic if possible. If you’re looking for superior performance and better economy, then synthetic is definitely the way to go. Through advancements over the years, the quality of synthetic simply tops the quality of traditional oil.

When should I replace my brake pads?
The first telltale sign that you might be ready for a brake replacement is the awful squealing sound we’ve all heard – so listen out for that. It might also be a good idea to have them inspected when you get your oil changed. What you don’t want to do is to wait for the brakes to lock up before getting checked.

When should I get my tires rotated?
We recommend having them all rotated at the same time you get your oil changed, since tires wear unevenly. This will keep your tires in good shape, and even extend the tires’ life.

We hope we were able to answer some of the service questions on your mind. If you have any additional questions or think it might be time for some maintenance, head over to Gossett Hyundai South today. We’ll be happy to help in any way we can!

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