How To Change Your Oil: Bring It To Us.

It's true that any car is a big investment, including Audi vehicles. Like many things in life, your Audi needs regular maintenance and care, including oil changes.

Considering bringing your Audi to a local shop? There are plenty of reasons to choose us instead. We use genuine Audi parts when we perform any type of maintenance on your vehicle, and that means we use genuine Audi oil filters that are specially designed to fit your car and help keep it running at peak performance.

What Makes Synthetic Oil Different?

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Synthetic oil typically costs $20 to $30 more than conventional oil, making it seem more expensive at first glance. In the long run, however, synthetic can actually save you money.
By using synthetic oil, you can help improve the fuel economy of your Audi by half a mile per gallon of gasoline. That can definitely add up over time. A vehicle that normally gets a base of 20 miles per gallon can save you up to $36 after 10,000 miles (assuming gas costs $3.00 per gallon). With that extra cash, you can treat your Audi to another synthetic oil change.
Expect better engine performance when you use synthetic oil, as well as reduced engine deposits. The uniform lubrication and reduced friction of synthetic oil increases protection for your engine, and your vehicle will perform better in extreme conditions and need fewer oil changes.


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Do I Have An Oil Problem?

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Are there oil stains under your car?

If you see oil stains on your garage floor or in your driveway, you may have an oil leak. Oil leaks can begin to happen as a vehicle ages; the gaskets and seals start to break down, and the internal engine pushes oil through cracks or gaps in these seals. Common spots for leaks include the valve cover gasket, oil plug and oil pan gasket. You should never ignore an oil leak, as a small leak can quickly grow and cause damage from low oil pressure. If you suspect that your Audi might have a leak, bring it in today and let our certified technicians diagnose and repair the source.

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Is Your Low Oil Pressure / Oil Level Light On?

Your Audi has to have the correct amount of oil to stay properly lubricated. Increased friction can cause permanent damage to the engine. There are a couple of different factors that can cause low oil pressure: the oil level is too low, or there's a malfunction in the oil pump or engine itself. If the light stays on after starting the engine, or if it comes on while you're driving, your car most likely needs immediate attention.

Clean Oil Is Good Oil.

That's right. Clean is good. We use high-quality, genuine Audi oil filters that will help keep your engine running like new for quite a few reasons:

  • Screening out abrasives, such as carbon, sand, dust and bits of metal before they can get into your oil
  • Pressure-relief valves minimize contaminated oil circulating back into the engine, as well as maintain the supply of oil to the engine under extremely cold conditions or if the filter gets clogged
  • The steel cases are made for an exact fit for your engine and fluted to ease removal and are painted to resist rust
  • They have efficient filter media, which offers increased dirt-collecting capability, and can capture more engine-harming particles

Ready to come in for an oil change or want to know more? Give us a call or stop by at 1215 Griffin Rd Lakeland, FL 33805. We look forward to serving our customers from Lakeland, Tampa and Winter Haven.