Monthly Archives: September 2023

The Importance of Regular Oil Changes: A Complete Guide

The Importance of Regular Oil Changes: A Complete Guide

  Welcome to Walt Eger's Service Center, your trusted partner in keeping your vehicles running smoothly and efficiently. Today, we're here to shed light on a crucial aspect of vehicle maintenance that often goes unnoticed but plays a pivotal role in extending your vehicle's lifespan - oil changes. Many vehicle owners underestimate the significance of timely oil changes, and in this blog post, we'll dive into why they're so vital and how neglecting them could impact your vehicle's performance.   The Heartbeat of Your Engine: Picture your vehicle's engine as the heart of the entire machine. Just like our heart needs a continuous supply of oxygenated blood to function effectively, your engine requires clean and well-lubricated oil to operate optimally. Engine oil is responsible for lubricating, cooling, and cleaning the engine's intricate components, reducing friction, and preventing wear and tear.   Why Timely Oi ... read more


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When to Replace Your Suspension Components: A Guide to Component

Welcome to another informative post from Walt Eger's Service Center! Your vehicle's suspension system plays a crucial role in providing a comfortable ride, excellent handling, and overall safety. However, like any other part of your car, suspension components have a finite lifespan. In this guide, we'll walk you through the key suspension components, their typical lifespans, and the signs that indicate it's time for a replacement. Before we delve into when to replace these components, let's briefly review the main suspension parts and their functions: Shocks and Struts: Shocks and struts are responsible for damping the movement of your vehicle's suspension, ensuring a smooth and controlled ride. They absorb the impact of bumps, potholes, and uneven road surfaces. Control Arms: Control arms connect the suspension to the chassis of the vehicle. They allow for vertical movement of the suspension while maintaining proper wheel alignment. Ball Joints: Ba ... read more