First Hyundai Service Center

Get Comprehensive Service for Your Hyundai at First Hyundai

Whether your Hyundai is fresh off the lot or has a few miles under its radiator belt, it's going to need some maintenance at some point. If you have a plan for regular services like tire rotations, brake pad replacement, or oil changes, you'll avoid some of the most common causes of breakdowns and possibly save yourself from future expensive repairs.

It's hard to overemphasize the importance of your tires. While they're not as complex as your engine or as vital to comfort as your car's interior, they provide the foundation for every other system in your vehicle and work in tandem with your car's most crucial safety feature, the brakes. The job they perform is so discreet that it's easy to forget them until something goes wrong. Being greeted with a flat tire right before an important trip is one of a car owner's most dreaded events, but regular maintenance and care can help to avoid flats and other problems.

Tire Services

Your Hyundai owner's manual is full of useful tire information, from suggested pressure range to the type and size of tire recommended. If you make checking your tire pressure a monthly activity, you'll keep them from wearing unevenly due to under or over inflation. You can also check the tread depth a few times a year to ensure there's enough traction for safe driving. Schedule regular rotations to avoid overusing certain tires. Otherwise, you'll need to replace them early.

Brake Repair

Your brakes don't just affect your speed; they're also vital to keeping the drivers around you safe. Brakes are different from oil changes or a timing belt replacement, as they don't have a set replacement schedule. So much of your brake wear depends on your typical driving patterns and the frequency with which you press the brake pedal. This means drivers need to be vigilant in responding to cues that your brake pads are wearing down or your hydraulic system has absorbed a lot of air.

Brake pads wearing thin will announce their condition unmistakably, usually with loud, shrill squealing that leaves no question about their state of being. When left too long, worn brake pads will begin to damage the rotors, a costly repair that you'll want to avoid. The hydraulic system takes In air over time, requiring removal of the air and refreshing of the brake fluid. You'll know there's a hydraulic issue when your brake pedal loses its effectiveness, developing a spongy feel when pressing down.

Routine Oil Changes

Frequent oil changes are becoming a thing of the past for many Seekonk vehicle owners. If your particular Hyundai model calls for synthetic oil, you can delay an oil change from the past standard of every 3,000 miles to almost double that number. Always refer to your owner's manual when choosing the oil type or scheduling an oil change, incorporate regular checks of your oil into your normal vehicle upkeep, and inspect the dipstick at least a few times a year to gauge oil level or oil cleanliness. Regular oil changes keep your engine youthful and its performance high.

Visit First Hyundai Today!

No one enjoys booking appointments, so at First Hyundai in North Attleboro, MA, we've made it easy for our customers by providing a simple online scheduling tool that allows you to pick a time that fits into your busy day. Our knowledgeable technicians focus on comprehensive Hyundai care, offering suggestions for the best maintenance practices so you can avoid expensive future repairs. Contact us today if you need some maintenance for your Hyundai, and we'll get right to work with targeted care that will keep it running reliably. Whether you're in Milford or Mansfield, we're here to assist you!

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