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Glenwood Auto Service Information on Maintaining Your Vehicle Warranty

Glenwood Auto Service Information on Maintaining Your Vehicle Warranty

Staying on top of regular maintenance keeps your vehicle running better for longer. Glenwood Auto are Trusted Saskatoon Auto Repair & Tire Experts, and we're ready to help you with all your maintenance needs. In our latest auto blog, we discuss choosing where your car is maintained while under warranty. You Have the Right to Choose Where Your Car is Maintained...EVEN Under Warranty As the owner of a new car, or new to you, you certainly want to make all the right decisions about properly maintain­ing your new vehicle in its early years to ensure that it serves you well throughout its life. And you certainly don’t want to do anything to compromise your vehicle’s warranty. What you may not know—most cons ... read more

Glenwood Auto Spring Maintenance Special - Ends March 23!

Glenwood Auto Spring Maintenance Special - Ends March 23!

2018 Spring Maintenance Special from Glenwood Auto Saskatoon Until March 23, Glenwood Auto is offering a spring maintenance special! For every maintenance service you perform from now until March 23, you will receive a $25 gift card to a local restaurant! Even better, this isn't a one limit - for example, if you perform 4 maintenance services you would get $100 in gift cards! Qualifying Auto maintenance procedures include: Spark Plug Replacement Fuel System Service Transmission Fluid Maintenance Power Steering Fluid Maintenance Brake Fluid Maintenance Cooling System Fluid Maintenance Differential Fluid Maintenance Transfer Case Fluid maintenance Seasonal Comprehensive Inspections Timing Belt Replacement Engine Flush (with oil change) Wheel Alignment Qualifying Restaurants Include ... read more

How a Transmission Flush works. When and when not to have one performed.

How a Transmission Flush Works A transmission flush procedure is generally performed using equipment that either runs off the transmission pump or has its own pump built into the machine. The machines are connected to the transmission cooler lines, and while the old fluid is pumped out the new fluid is delivered at the same quantity and time. Sometimes there is a cleaning solvent that is forced back into the transmission removing deposits of old transmission fluid from parts and components or the technician performing the flush may run a solvent through the vehicles transmission before performing the flush. The cooling lines, cooler, converter and other parts are all thoroughly cleaned. One of the benefits of this procedure is that all of the transmission fluid is removed and replaced. This is different from a fluid change in which only some or a portion of the fluid is replaced. A simple fluid change cannot remove all of the built up deposits that accumulate over time as is done duri ... read more