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Vehicle maintenance can be a mystery to some drivers, but it’s a very important part of owning a car. Knowing the basics of Genesis service can ensure you and your vehicle have a fruitful future together. To help those who may not be in the know, here are four commonly asked questions concerning Genesis service and our answers to them… 

How Often Should My Oil Be Changed? 

For optimal long-term results, it is recommended that your vehicle’s oil be changed every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. In addition to getting the oil changed, oil filters should be replaced every other oil change! 

Why Are Tire Rotations Necessary? 

Tire rotations benefit your vehicle in two ways: it spreads out the wear evenly between your four tires and reduces the burden of your vehicle’s brakes and suspension. Rotations can not only save you money down the line, but also prevent vehicle traction loss and other safety issues! 

Do I Really Need to Pay Attention to My Check Engine Light? 

It may seem silly to have an indicator to tell you when your gas cap is loose, or when your vehicle requires an oil change, but this indicator should never go ignored! This could be indicative of a larger engine issue, so you should have your vehicle inspected ASAP! 

How Can I Keep My Brakes in Good Working Order? 

Besides avoiding slamming on your brakes unless absolutely necessary, your brakes can be cared for by replacing the brake pads every 10,000 to 20,000 miles for optimal traction. It is also suggested that your rotors be replaced every 50,000 to 70,000 miles as well! 

Do you still have lingering questions? No problem! Make your way down to the Genesis of Wilkes-Barre service center today and one of our trained technicians would be happy to answer them. No question is insignificant when it comes to keeping your vehicle in working order, so don’t hesitate to reach out! 

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