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FAQs About Nissan Vehicles

FAQs about Nissan Vehicles

Frequently Asked Questions About Nissan Vehicles

If you intend to enjoy your Nissan for the long haul and with a clear head, sticking to its recommended service and maintenance schedule is of the utmost importance. That's why Stouffville Nissan has provided customers in and around Stouffville, ON with the following FAQs and tips on tending to their Nissan.

Nissan Maintenance - Frequently Asked Questions

When Should I Have Vehicle Maintenance Performed?

Maintenance appointments often depend on your vehicle's mileage and your usual driving conditions. You can always consult your Nissan's recommended maintenance schedule, or feel free to check in with one of our factory-trained technicians for suggestions.

How Can I Maximize My Vehicle's Fuel Economy?

There are many simple adjustments you can make to avoid becoming too good a customer at your gas station. Firstly, inflate your tires to the pressure recommended in your Nissan owner's manual. Other habits that can help are driving with your windows down when the weather permits and using cruise control when conditions allow. Remember to get your air filter replaced and spark plugs checked regularly at our service centre as well, and lastly, try not to let your Nissan idle for too long when using your remote starter.

How Do I Maintain My Car Battery?

Your battery doesn't require any special preventative maintenance on your end, but if there's any tip we can impart, it's to turn off all your vehicle's accessories before shutting the ignition. That way, your battery won't have to work as hard the next time you turn your key in the ignition. We'll also be happy to monitor your battery's health and perform regular checks on your service calls.

Why Do I Hear Noise When I Apply the Brakes?

A bit of brake noise is to be expected, but if it gets to be a bit much, we recommend getting your system checked at Stouffville Nissan. When the friction materials of Nissan brake pads are on their last legs, their sensor will make a high-pitched noise to tell you your brake system needs inspecting. In any case, we recommend getting your brakes checked every six months to be on the safe side.

If you have more questions or need some more tips regarding your Nissan's maintenance, feel free to contact us at Stouffville Nissan today.

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