Pewaukee drivers who are old enough have probably heard the term “fan belt.” Back in the day, the radiator fan in your vehicle was turned by a belt driven by the engine. There are still belt driven fans, although most are now driven by the serpentine belt. But most Pewaukee vehicles now have electric fans that … Read More
Bring In 3 Non Perishable Food Items Now Thru December 31, 2018 And Receive A $10 Off Discount On Any Service. Stop By Or Call Us Today! (262) 746-9200
The thermostat is part of your cooling system. Pewaukee residents’ vehicle thermostats perform a similar function to the thermostats in their homes. At home, you set your thermostat to maintain a comfortable temperature range. When your home gets too hot, the air conditioning kicks on and when it gets too cool, the heater turns on. … Read More
Everyone should carry a Winter Survival Kit in their car. In an emergency, it could save your life and the lives of your passengers. Here is what you need: shovel Windshield scraper and small broom Flashlight with extra batteries Battery powered radio Water Snack food including energy bars Extra hats, socks and mittens First aid … Read More
It is time to help those less fortunate than ourselves! Lake Country Auto Care is hosting a food drive to help collect food for those in need! Our food drive starts November 1st Bring 3 non-perishable items and get $10.00 off our services!
Are you ready for the hunting season? Here is a checklist you can use to make sure you are ready!: Service your vehicle: Change oil, check antifreeze level, (strength of the antifreeze should be 30 dregrees below zero or better), battery fluid levels, transmission-transfer case levels. Inspect serpentine belt (fan belt) and replace if worn … Read More
It’s almost time for going back to school! School carpool season is upon us and the non-profit Car Care Council reminds drivers to make sure their vehicles are kid-safe and road ready with a five-point checklist. Check lights and wipers for visibility. With shorter days and inclement weather ahead, make sure lights and wipers function properly so that … Read More
Oil Change Conventional oil should be done every 3,000 miles. Synthetic oil should be done every 6,000 miles. Engine Air Filter Change every 15,000 Miles – Dirty, contaminated air filters can restrict proper air flow and result in reduced engine performance, fuel economy, and damage air flow sensors. Cabin Air Filter Change every 15,000 Miles … Read More
Time to start think about getting your vehicle summer ready! Is the air conditioning cold enough? Are you taking a road trip? Do you still have snow tires on? Call us today at (262) 746-9200 to schedule your appointment!