Your one stop BMW car care

Services & Repair
Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
Denting & Painting
Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your one stop BMW car care

Services & Repair
Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
Denting & Painting
Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your one stop BMW car care

Services & Repair
Diagnose Air Conditioning trouble shooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
Denting & Painting
Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your one stop BMW car care

Services & Repair
Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
Denting & Painting
Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

Your ONE STOP BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

 

read more

Your One Stop BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

Your One Stop BMW Care

 Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

Your One Stop BMW Care

 Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

Your ONE STOP BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

Your ONE STOP BMW Car Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

read more

ONE STOP FOR BMW CAR CARE

1. CAR CARE 

VALUE OF PREVENTIVE AUTO MAINTENANCE

 Preventive maintenance is a necessary expense to keep your vehicle in good running condition. Spending more annually on maintenance and repairs may sound like a lot, but it’s nothing compared to the added expense of buying a new car, especially if your current car is paid off. In fact, by some estimates, every five years you drive your car after paying it off saves you the monetary equivalent of a new car.

To understand how, let’s compare a new car to a paid-off car with standard maintenance. To make it interesting, let’s stack the deck in the new car’s favor by saying that you drive 30,000 kilometers per year, which is approximate average. In five years, that adds up to 150,000 Kms under your wheels, which translates to 40 oil changes, change of tyres every peridodically, Brack Pads and Brack disks and other miscellaneous service costs (filters, hoses, tire rotations and so on).

PREVENT EXTRA MAINTENANCE FOR YOUR CAR

Preventive maintenance may seem like an unnecessary car expense, but it often involves matters that you’ll have to take care of sooner or later, and paying for them sooner will often be a less expensive undertaking. Most important is the fact that preventive maintenance will help keep you and others safe. And if you don’t keep up with your car’s preventive maintenance, you may find yourself stuck or in need have repair when you can least afford it.

Following the scheduled maintenance recommendations in your owner’s manual, checking fluid levels regularly and changing the fluids and filters periodically can minimize the risks of breakdowns and prolong the life of the engine, transmission, cooling system and brakes.

The following is a list of some key areas requiring preventative maintenance from the experts of SREE Auto Garage. However we recommend consulting your owner’s manual for information about when to replace specific fluids and components, such as: * Change oil regularly * Monitor all fluids * Maintain transmission * Change spark plugs as required * Flush the radiator * Change all filters * Combat rust * Maintain good driving habits

So if you are driving a “maintenance challenged” vehicle, you need to pay closer attention to your fluids and filters on priority.

FLUIDS

Check all of your fluids regularly. You may need some assistance from a friend, parent or mechanic to show you where to check if you are unfamiliar with the process. You should check your oil, antifreeze, steering fluid and brake fluid regularly. It’s also a good idea to check your wiper fluid. It is of the utmost importance that your car not runs out of oil, as this can destroy your engine. Your oil can get very dirty and should be changed about every 3,000 Kms or three months. Antifreeze should not be allowed to get too low or your car engine will overheat, which can do severe damage. Antifreeze should be changed about once every two years.

WHEELS

Check your tyre pressure often–at least once a week is a good idea. Buy a simple tire gauge, then just stick it into your valve stem to get a reading. The amount of pressure that your tires should be inflated to can be found on the inside door jamb on the driver’s side of your car. Low inflation is dangerous because it can cause loss of control and blowouts. It also causes poor gas mileage. You should also check the tire tread for uneven wear and to see if there is enough tread on the tires. Stick a penny in the tire tread, and if you can see all of Lincoln’s head, it’s time to get a new tire.

It’s also important to have your brake pads changed regularly. Brake pads can last anywhere from 20,000 and 60,000 Kms. Look through your tires to see if you can see the pad and determine if it’s wearing low. You should also listen to see if you hear any screeching or grinding. These signs will let you know if there is a problem, but it makes sense to check often and get pads changed early rather than late.

AIR FILTER AND BATTERY

Two other important areas to check are your air filter and your battery. Your battery will usually last about five years or more. Take a look to see if there is any corrosion around the battery or battery cables. If you think your battery is getting up there in age, just go ahead and replace it. Spending a little bit of money early is better than being stranded somewhere.

Your air filter is what keeps the air that runs through your engine clean. The filter can get very dirty, and replacing it will make your car run better. Often the air filter is in a plastic box near the front or middle of the engine with one or two clips keeping it closed.

There are a lot of pieces to a car, and everything should be kept in good order. Take your car in for a checkup once a year just to see if there are any problems you haven’t detected. Pay attention to any dashboard trouble lights that come on and have them checked out right away.

So prevent unnecessary and unexpected expenses by regular check up and keep your car in the best running conditions, we are always at your service book for an appointment with us right away…

 

2. SCHEDULED CAR CARE 

STAY ON TOP OF MAINTENANCE WITH A REGULAR SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICE

Service Intervals You Can Keep Track Of with Regular Scheduled Maintenance which is vital to keeping your Auto on the road. The time and effort you put into keeping up with scheduled maintenance can save you big money in the long run. Your vehicle manufacturer came up with a maintenance schedule and service intervals that are specific to your car or truck, but check out our easy to follow regular maintenance checklists to keep up with your car’s needs.

There are procedures and checks that your Auto needs at varying intervals. We’ve divided them by the calendar, offering you maintenance checklists to perform every three months, every six months, and annually. Keep up with these easy jobs and you’ll save yourself a bundle.

 

3. SPECIAL CAR CARE SERVICES 

SREE Auto workshop repairs all makes of vehicles. Our bi-lingual subject matter experts look forward to servicing your car, whether it’s a Custom Tailored service requirement or computer diagnosis or and electrical issue. There is always a mechanic on duty and all estimates are free with no obligation.

Our Special Services Includes: * Electrical service * Towing service * Computer diagnosis * Vehicle inspections * Air and heat repair

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES PERFORMED PERIODICALLY * Every 3 Months * Every 6 Months * Every Year

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES PERFORMED EVERY 3 MONTHS

The following checks and procedures should be performed every 3 months. If you don’t use your vehicle often, you can perform them every 5000 Kms. Checks and Inspections: * Coolant level * Check oil * Fill washer fluid * Power steering fluid check * Brake fluid check

* Oil Change: In respective to Models/Make your oil should be changed every 5000 Kms, whether it comes at 1 month or 6 months.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES PERFORMED EVERY 6 MONTHS

The following checks and procedures should be performed every 6 months. If you don’t use your vehicle often, you can perform them every 8,000 – 10,000 Kms. Checks and Inspections: * Coolant level * Check oil * Fill washer fluid * Brake inspection * Power steering fluid check * Brake fluid check * Windshield wiper replacement

* Oil Change: Your oil should be changed every 5000 Kms, whether it comes at 1 month or 6 months.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES PERFORMED ANNUALLY

The following checks and procedures should be performed every year. If you don’t use your vehicle often, you can perform them every 12,000 – 15,000 Kms. Checks and Inspections: * Check oil * Fill washer fluid * Brake inspection * Power steering fluid check * Brake fluid check * Fuel pressure regulator inspection * Windshield wiper replacement * New spark plugs * Fuel filter replacement * ABS sensor maintenance * Replace brake pads

* Oil Change: Your oil should be changed every 5000 Kms, whether it comes at 1 month or 6 months.

STAY ON TOP OF MAINTENANCE WITH A REGULAR SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICE

Service Intervals You Can Keep Track Of with Regular Scheduled Maintenance which is vital to keeping your Auto on the road. The time and effort you put into keeping up with scheduled maintenance can save you big money in the long run. Your vehicle manufacturer came up with a maintenance schedule and service intervals that are specific to your car or truck, but check out our easy to follow regular maintenance checklists to keep up with your car’s needs.

There are procedures and checks that your Auto needs at varying intervals. We’ve divided them by the calendar, offering you maintenance checklists to perform every three months, every six months, and annually. Keep up with these easy jobs and you’ll save yourself a bundle.