Your Audi is a remarkable vehicle. So why would you get it serviced at a station that doesn’t offer remarkable products or services?
Luckily, that’s not a question you have to ask yourself when you choose the professionals at Jack Daniels Audi of Paramus in New Jersey. Our factory-trained experts have the know-how to provide your pride-and-joy vehicle with genuine Audi oil changes — so it’s easy to see why you should trust us with yours.
But how do you know when to schedule a service?
Here are five tell-tale signs that your Audi is ready for a genuine oil change.
When is an Audi Oil Change in Order?
- The check engine light is on
This might seem like an obvious sign, but it’s not one to be ignored. Your check engine light is a good indicator that you’re overdue to have your oil replaced. And when you do have your oil changed, you don’t want it done by just any hands — or with just any parts. For Audi-approved technicians and genuine synthetic oil, go with the pros at Jack Daniels Audi of Paramus in New Jersey.
- The engine runs louder than normal
Your Audi is built to run smoothly while delivering premium power, so you should know something’s not right if the engine sounds louder than usual. If you’re not on top of your oil change schedule, the knocking you hear could be the result of an engine worn down by friction. It’s better to see us for an oil change now than for a sooner-than-expected engine replacement down the line.
- The oil level is lower than recommended
Oil coats all the moving parts of your engine, which means that if the volume of oil in your Audi is low, so is the level of lubrication. This can damage your engine by depriving it of the continuous flow of high-quality oil it needs to run seamlessly. Fortunately, our experts are here to keep your oil levels high, and your performance even higher.
- The oil is silty or dark in color
If your oil is unusually dark in color or contains floating particles, now is not the time to push back your next oil change. When oil becomes old, it begins to solidify in an engine — creating sludge buildup. But if you bring your Audi to us for routine oil changes, we’ll supply your engine with the synthetic oil it needs to keep all its parts moving fluidly.
- You can’t remember when your last oil change was
It’s never a good idea to skip an oil change, but what if you can’t remember when your last one was in the first place? Generally speaking, you should have your oil checked or changed every 3,000 to 10,000 miles. But because Audi’s are superior vehicles that require equally superior service, you’ll want to err on the side of caution if you don’t remember the date of your last check. Our technicians are always eager to offer consultation.
Act Now with Awesome Audi Oil Services in Paramus, NJ
Want to know more about oil changes and other services? Give us a call at (201) 398-1212 or contact us online. We’re excited to help.