Types of Fluids:

Many components in your vehicle rely on fluid to operate efficiently. It can be difficult to know when certain fluids are running low and when to schedule service. To make Vehicle Maintenance easier we created this page to help you know some of the signs you may need service. 

Department hours

1300 S. Porter St., Manchester, NH 03103

Windshield wiper fluid,  yellow cap, service

Windshield Washer Fluid:

Your windshield wiper fluid helps you clean debris and weather off your windshield and the last thing you need is to find out you're out when you need it most. Whether you need more fluid, new wipers or any other services our certified service technicians are ready to help.

Power Steering Fluid:

Your vehicle uses a hydraulic power steering system to make it easier to handle. Without power steering fluid it can be harder to control your vehicle and in turn avoid obstacles. If you find your steering wheel is harder to turn or you hear a loud squealing while in a turn its a good time to schedule service.

Power steering fluid, yellow cap, power steering service
Brake fluid, yellow cap,

Brake Fluid:

Your Brake system also uses fluid to aid you in slowing your vehicle and coming to a full stop while reducing stress on your brakes. If you notice it takes longer to come to a full stop you should schedule service before there is unnecessary damage to your brakes

Engine Coolant:

Your engine uses coolant to prevent overheating and keep your vehicle running efficiently. If you start to run low on coolant you'll notice worse fuel efficiency, higher emissions, and higher oil temperature. Its important to schedule coolant service before permanent damage occurs

Engine coolant, yellow cap, coolant flush
differential gear, diffrential oil, maintenance, service

Many people forget that they need to service their differential gear and find out the hard way how important differential fluid is. The fluid in your differential gear allows it to function without wearing down too fast. If your oil level falls too low you may hear a grinding or clanking coming from your differential this is putting stress on the gears and could leave your vehicle inoperable. If you think you need new differential fluid contact our certified service technicians and they'll assist you.