GWIZZ Auto Group

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  • Watertown: (315) 788-5555
  • Fort Drum: (315) 775-1234

533 LeRay Street
Watertown, NY

A.A.F.E.S. Bldg. - P-10730A
Enduring Freedom Drive
Fort Drum, NY 13602

Fluid Exchange Services

Your vehicle relies on fluids to keep moving parts operating properly.  Contaminants, moisture,   friction, sludge, heat, and chemical deposits breakdown these fluids. Our recommended Scheduled Maintenance Schedule will help you to know when to change these fluids.

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Brake fluid service – the industry standard for replacing the fluid is approximately 3 years. Moisture build up in your brake fluid is the reason to change the fluid. Generally, it has very little to do with the vehicles mileage.

Transmission Fluid Exchange: Maintaining your transmission according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations, not only prolongs its life but it can prevent expensive repairs or a breakdown in the future. Repairing or replacing your transmission is one of the most expensive repairs you may have to make on your vehicle if you don’t maintain it properly.

Over time some of the ingredients in the transmission fluid break down due to heat. Based on your vehicle manufacturers recommendations your transmission fluid should be replaced at specified maintenance intervals as outlined in Scheduled Maintenance Services. Let your ASE Service Advisor schedule an appointment today.

The engine’s cooling system should be flushed every second year or every 30,000 miles to prevent the radiator from getting clogged with debris. Keeping your engine cool will make it run more efficiently and extend the life of the motor. Let our ASE-Certified Technicians perform a thorough inspection of your vehicle's cooling system to determine if any work is needed. If it does we recommend replacing the thermostat at the same time repairs are done.

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A Power Steering Fluid Flush removes the worn or contaminated fluid from the reservoir, lines, power steering gearbox and pump through use of a vacuum system. New power steering fluid, to match your manufacturer’s recommendation, is then pumped back into the system while maintaining a vacuum to ensure no air bubbles enter into the power steering fluid system.

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