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Valvoline Products & Services

About

Valvoline Oil Fairfield OHEmerald Automotive uses only genuine Valvoline filters and parts.Emerald Automotive has been serving Eastlake, OH, Concord, OH, Willoughby OH, Mentor OH, and Willoughby Hills OH since 1994. No appointment necessary! Stop in at your convenience. All quick lube/oil change services include our exclusive 21 point inspection at no additional charge. Tire rotation is provided at no charge if requested or needed (dual rear wheels are a additional charge). We have two bays dedicated to service your vehicle quickly and efficiently. Full Service Oil Change – Lube, oil and filter, complete vehicle inspection, fill the fluids, and check the tire pressure We use quality Valvoline engine oil – All Climate, Semi-Synthetic Maxlife formulated for vehicles above 75,000 miles, and Full Synthetic. We will use the viscosity and type of oil that your vehicle requires. Change your oil every 3,000 miles.

Types Of Oil

Valvoline Synpower Hamilton OH

Valvoline Synpower- The best type of motor oil for your vehicle. It offers ultimate protection and is recommended in every engine.

Valvoline Maxlife Fairfield OH

Valvoline Maxlife– It is semi-synthetic oil formulated for vehicles with over 75,000 miles and has special additives which help protect against oil leaks.

Valvoline Maxlife Fairfield OH

Valvoline Next Gen– 50% recycled motor oil 100% Valvoline. Oil recycling has come a long way. Valvoline has taken recycled oil and built a breakthrough NextGen formula that not only exceeds industry specifications.

Valvoline Conventional Oil Fairfield Ohio

Valvoline Conventional– Superior to all other standard engine oil, Valvoline motor oil is for you if most of your driving is on the highway and your vehicle has less than 75,000 miles.

Service Packages

Economy Oil Change

  • Change oil (up to 5 quarts)
  • Valvoline Oil Filter
  • Lubricate Chassis

Full Service Oil Change

  • Change oil (up to 5 quarts)
  • Valvoline Oil Filter
  • Lubricate Chassis
  • Check Air Filter
  • Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid
  • Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
  • Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid
  • Check and Fill Brake Fluid
  • Check Coolant Level
  • Check Wiper Blades
  • Check Tire Pressure
  • Check Head Lights
  • Check Turn Signals
  • Check Belts
  • Check Hoses

Plus Service Oil Change

  • Change oil (up to 5 quarts)
  • Valvoline Oil Filter
  • Lubricate Chassis
  • Check Air Filter
  • Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid
  • Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
  • Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid
  • Check and Fill Brake Fluid
  • Check Coolant Level
  • Check Wiper Blades
  • Check Tire Pressure
  • Check Head Lights
  • Check Turn Signals
  • Check Belts
  • Check Hoses
  • Rotate Tires
  • Check Brakes
Fluids Fluids Fluids. . . Transmission, Transaxle, Differential

Just like the human body, transmission, transaxle and differential fluids are essential to help prolong the life of your vehicle. If you do not have these fluids checked and changed when needed, you will find that your engine and transmission will receive excess wear and tear and will need to be replaced much sooner than you would like or could probably afford. The good news is that we are here to help you keep your vehicle running smoothly! With preventative maintenance, we can help you avoid costly breakdowns.

For the most part, women tend to feel very vulnerable when it come to caring for their automobiles; very few women know how to check, let alone change, the fluids that help to keep their vehicle running well. As a result, the proper maintenance is put off because they feel like a professional mechanic will just take advantage of their lack of knowledge and charge them for services not really needed. The vehicles then begin to wear down more quickly and end up costing much more to repair than they would to have undergone preventative maintenance.

TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE FLUID IMPORTANCE

In your vehicle, the transmission/transaxle is a very important part of your vehicle's power train. The transmission/transaxle is basically what makes your vehicle able to shift between gears and make it run smoothly. It is very complex and is made up of many different pieces. Over time, the transmission/transaxle pieces begin to wear down because of heat on the different parts that make up the transmission/transaxle

The best defense you have against this wear and tear is preventative maintenance. According to the recommendations of your vehicle's user manual, the first step is for you to regularly check this fluid. It isn't hard to do and can literally save you thousands of dollars in the long run. Just follow the instructions in your manual in order to check the transmission/transaxle fluids during the in-between times of the actual recommended changing of the fluids.

The actual changing of the fluid, unless you have been specifically trained, is best left to the professionals. There are over 50 different kinds of these fluids and knowing more about your transmission/transaxle will determine which specific fluid to use for a replacement. A trained mechanic will be able to take a look at the fluid and tell if there are any kind of contaminates that can be indicators of other engine problems as well. So when it is time for your transmission/transaxle fluid to be changed, save yourself some money and headache and just bring it in to us to be taken care of properly.

DIFFERENTIAL FLUID IMPORTANCE

In 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive vehicles like pick-up trucks and SUVs, there are gears that are oil lubricated differentials. They are not easy to get to and in just about every case, a lift is required. This fluid is also vital to the life of your vehicle. This fluid is often neglected, though, because it is such a pain to get to. With that said, it is absolutely necessary to maintain and change, according to your vehicle's suggested maintenance schedule. Ignoring this fluid could cause many power train problems, including:

* The breakdown of the gear oil

* Poor performance in the differential, causing noise

* Corrosion of the gears caused by excessive wear

* Differential failure



Any of those conditions can mean that your differential needs to be replaced and that can cost as much as $1500! It makes much more sense to bring it to us and let us properly change it. This will also save you a ton of money and heartache in the long run.
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Emerald Automotive

Emerald Automotive is a leader in tires and auto service in Concord, OH and Eastlake, OH. Our auto shop offers amazing tire deals on the latest name brands along with trusted auto repairs for customers throughout Willoughby, Painesville, Mentor, Kirtland Hills, and Hambden. Emerald Automotive employs a well-trained staff of ASE-certified mechanics with over 40 years of experience in the automotive and tire industries. Complete under-car services, such as oil changes, brakes, shocks, struts, alignment, and transmission fluid flush are readily available at affordable prices. Take this opportunity to browse Emerald Automotive website and then give us a call at the location nearest you to schedule your next tire or auto service.


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