How to Keep Your Truck Stronger Than Most

Maintenance Tips for Trucks

You use your truck for many purposes. Whether it’s used for towing, pulling, loading/unloading, or off-roading, your truck has to stay strong inside and out. The key to maintaining your truck’s strength is all in the hands of the owner and a qualified service technician. It’s a kind of partnership between the two. Our mission is to keep your truck stronger than most, by adhering to the following truck maintenance rules:

Protect the Engine

A truck’s strong engine tells us everything about the truck, and its owner. No matter how the truck looks, it’s only as useful, powerful, and attractive as the engine allows it to be. It’s hard to admire a truck on the side of the road, as you zoom past. The “not-so-secret” secret is to maintain a consistent oil change schedule. Allowing your truck’s engine to overheat, and allowing engine parts to create friction will ultimately compromise your truck engine’s strength.

Get an Inspection

This may be something that your state requires every year, but there’s nothing wrong with bringing your truck to All Pro Complete Auto Repair for a systems check. Waiting until you notice a performance issue is like waiting until you are diagnosed with an illness before visiting a doctor. Your truck will be one of the strongest on the road, as long as you stay two steps ahead of any repair problem.

Maintain Proper Fluid Levels

In addition to the all-import engine oil, there are other fluids on which a strong truck relies. This is something that responsible truck owners will have checked when they visit All Pro Complete Auto Repair in Dallas, TX for a systems check. Engine coolant, power steering fluid, windshield washer fluid, and brake fluid are the most important. Road travel that is missing any of these could leave you on the side of the road or in an accident.

Proper Tire Maintenance

The most underappreciated vehicle components are the tires. That is, until you have to fix a flat tire. Everyday you take your vehicle out, you should give the tires a quick once-over if they’re not new. Even if they are new, it’s not a bad habit to start. Using a tire pressure monitoring system will enhance your truck’s overall performance. No matter what purposes you use your truck for, it will be inefficient if the tires are not inflated to the right pressure.
Maintain efficiency by rotating your tires.

Wash Your Truck Exterior

It may be a chore to constantly wash your truck, especially when you’re always getting it dirty. Think of the dirt of evidence of just how strong your truck has been. But you’d like it to remain that way, and keeping the exterior clean is a great way. Washing may seem trivial and cosmetic, but accumulating abrasive salt, sand, and grime will not only break down the paint job, but can also eat away at the exterior; especially the undercarriage.

If you need truck repair in the Dallas area, visit All Pro Complete Auto Repair! Our shop is open and ready to serve you. Contact us at (214) 553-5761 to make your appointment.

Written by All Pro Complete Auto Repair