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Winnipeg Auto Repair

Your vehicle is what gets you to and from the places you need to go, from home to work to picking up your kids from school. What happens if your car is unable to get you to work? Or pick up your kids? Or get you and your children home at the end of a long day? 

You can avoid the stress of a complete (emotional and vehicle) break-down in Winnipeg with auto repair at Allan’s Alignment & Frame Service. Though we specialize in suspension repair, our team also performs a wide range of Winnipeg auto repair and maintenance services, including wheel alignment, brake repairs and frame straightening. We are equipped to service any type of vehicle, including domestic and imported cars and light-duty trucks.

When to Get Vehicle Maintenance
We usually don’t worry about problems with our cars until we hear a funny noise or have trouble starting the car in the morning. Instead of waiting until maintenance is necessary to keep your car on the road, you should get auto repair in Winnipeg on a regular schedule. Below is a list of common vehicle maintenance, how often each should be repaired, and whether you need to visit a professional for the service or if you can do it on your own.

  • Antifreeze – check monthly to make sure you have enough coolant; this can be done at home and replaced on your own.
  • Battery – check your battery every 2-3 months to make sure it has the power to start your car; this should be done by a professional when you get your oil changed.
  • Belts – replace worn or frayed belts on a monthly basis; this should be done by a professional.
  • Brake fluid – check your brake fluid on a monthly basis; this can be done at home – be sure to fill to the mark on the reservoir and not go over. 
  • Engine oil – check your oil every 2-3 months to make sure your car is full; this can be done at home. Your oil filter needs to be changed every 3 months or 3,000; this can be done at home if you understand the process, otherwise visit a professional. 
  • Hoses – check your coolant hoses on a monthly basis; this should be done by a professional. 
  • Lights – on a weekly basis have someone check that your head lamps and turn signals are clean and working; this can be done at home.
  • Tire pressure – check your tires on a monthly basis to ensure they are inflated to the recommended pressure; this can be done at home.

For more information on our Winnipeg auto repair services or to schedule an appointment for your vehicle, call our shop today.

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