Oil Filter Replacement
The oil in your car gives life to the engine; it is the blood that keeps the heart of the car pumping. Just like the human kidneys, the oil filter helps filter out waste from the oil. The oil filter keeps it free of impurities and your overall engine healthy. In addition to filtering out waste from the oil, your Chevrolet's oil filter helps keep oil in the right place. The oil filter is made of many different parts that work together to keep your oil clean and running smoothly through your engine.
When you bring your Chevy into Lou Fusz Chevrolet Service center for your conventional oil change or full-synthetic oil change, it is best practice to get your oil filter replaced. Our certified St. Louis Chevy service center technicians will check your oil filter when performing your oil change and make the proper recommendation if it is time for a replacement. In general, the recommendation is that your oil filter gets changed during every oil change. Doing this ensures that your oil is clean and free of debris. For exact intervals, check your Chevrolet owner's manual for oil filter replacement frequency. Lou Fusz Chevrolet Certified Repair St. Louis is ready to help make sure that your oil and engine keep running at optimum performance.
At Lou Fusz Chevrolet, we service cars from St. Peters, St. Charles, O'Fallon, Wentzville, Chesterfield, Hazelwood, Florissant, Ballwin, Kirkwood, Maryland Heights, and all over the greater St. Louis metro area. Our Certified Chevy Service center technicians are trained to identify when your car needs to get an oil filter replacement. It's easy to lose track of when your last oil change and oil filter replacement was when you are super busy. Here are some signs that you may be passed due for an oil filter replacement in St. Louis:
When you bring your Chevy into a St. Louis Chevrolet service center for a new oil filter you should notice some drastic differences in the overall function and performance of your Chevy. Some of the key benefits of a new oil filter in your car include:
|As with preventative maintenance in your Chevy, it is best to read your owner's manual for the exact interval for your oil filter change. However, most manufacturers recommend that you get your oil filter replaced with every oil change.|
|There are a few different parts of the oil filter. Each one plays a significant role in helping filter your oil and keep it where it needs to be. These parts include: tapping plate, anti-drain back valve, relief valve, filter material, and end discs.|
|When you bring your Chevy in for auto service in St. Louis to Lou Fusz Chevrolet, we will help determine the best oil filter for the make and model of your car. If you want to check the type of oil filter before arriving for service, your owner's manual will be able to assist.|