PARTS & SERVICE SUMMARY
Give your car the service it deserves only at Oakridge Ford
Your car deserves the best, and no one understands it better than us here at Oakridge Ford. We know that your beloved car is much more than just any vehicle, it’s an important part of your life. And that’s why we do our best to service it the way it should be. Whether it is tire rotation, an oil change, or any other vehicle service, with Oakridge Ford, you can be assured that your beloved car is checked thoroughly for any new product updates or any worn components, and is fixed right the very first time you visit us. Avoid the unnecessary hassle and unreliable services at unknown garages. Bring your car to Oakridge Ford for the most genuine service by certified experts and technicians.
Oakridge Ford is a proud member of the Rafih Auto Group that has some of the best inventories of new and used cars and service facilities across Canada and the USA.
Parts and Service Videos
Watch these videos to know how at Oakridge Ford we take care of your car with all the parts and services it needs such as scheduled maintenance of the car and engine, alignment of the wheels, maintenance of brakes and brake pads, cleaning the fuel injection system, fixing the transmission, and more:
Tires & Wheels: When you bring your vehicle to us, our expert technicians examine it carefully and make sure to equip it with only the best-optimized tires and wheels.
Brakes: At Oakridge Ford, your car is fixed with only Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) brake pads or shoes that ensure that the performance and reliability of the vehicle’s braking system remain the best.
Car Engine: The car’s engine ensures that your vehicle runs smoothly and performs best. The health of the engine determines the overall performance of your car. Hence, it is important to get it regularly checked to ensure that the engine is running without any issues.
Importance of Brake Service Maintenance
Brakes are one of the most important components of your vehicle. Having them in perfect conditions is crucial as it ensures that you have a safe driving experience. At Oakridge Ford, our expert technicians recommend getting the brakes of your car serviced at every 24,000 kilometers.
The certified technicians inspect the condition of the brakes, remove the front and rear pad, clean and lubricate your calipers sliders to make sure that your brakes are working freely. Doing this service every 24,000 kilometers will ensure that the vehicle’s brakes are working to their optimal level.
Fuel Injector Service
The fuel injection system of a vehicle is one of the most important systems of the engine. It is responsible for the overall performance and fuel economy of the vehicle. Over time, fuel additives will cause your fuel injectors to clog, leading to poor fuel economy.
Here at Oakridge Ford, our technicians recommend fuel and air induction service at 40,000 kilometers to keep your vehicle running at peak performance. We use state-of-the-art equipment to flush your fuel injection system and clean your throttle body.
Why ‘Check Engine’ Light Might Be On
There can be several reasons why your vehicle’s ‘Check Engine’ light might be on. First, the oxygen in your vehicle’s exhaust system may need to be replaced otherwise your engine will burn more fuel than needed and you will get less mileage per gallon.
Another reason can be that your vehicle’s gas cap is loose, damaged, or missing. The gas cap seals the fuel system and helps maintain pressure within the fuel tank. Fuel can be lost through evaporation followed by more trips to the gas pump.
Ford Transmission Services
Ford transmission services at Oakridge Ford keep your vehicle running smoothly without any trouble. The most common problem in a Ford automatic transmission is a malfunctioning torque converter. If it isn’t working, it can cause shifting problems.
In an automatic transmission, the torque converter serves the same purpose as the clutch does in a manual transmission. It is malfunctions, it will continue to fail over the course of several weeks and even months before it completely breaks down.