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What’s the Difference Between Major and Minor Service?

What’s the Difference Between Major and Minor Service?

  At Larry’s Independent Service, we can handle almost every major and minor issue that your car faces in its lifetime. Usually, minor services are done at 7,500, 15,000, 45,000 and 75,000 miles and major services should be tackled at 30,000, 60,000 and 90,000-mile intervals.   To simplify it, here are services that are considered major and minor:   Minor Service:   Inspecting tire pressure, tire mounting and balancing Checking all lubricant levels Inspecting fan belts Checking all filter condition Testing light operations Tube and hose repairs   Major Service:   Inspecting suspension Checking gearbox condition Emissions repair Engine repairs Oil changing and tune-ups Inspect exhaust system Inspecting steering components Brake system repair   Most vehicles built today have complex diagnosis systems that are always monitoring the automobile and its systems for issues. Many of these vehicles have warning lights and messages ... read more

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