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10/03/2016
By: Tracy S.
Big Rig Repair
I found myself having truck troubles last Friday afternoon. I saw a sign for Big Rig Tire and Truck repair and immediately pulled in. Rick came out as I was pulling in and asked how he could help. I explained the troubles that I was having and he went to work to figure out the problem...turns out it was battery/alternator related. He charged up both batteries and said that should get me home and if not, I should give him a call. So I went about my afternoon and then headed home only to become stranded on the side of the interstate with a dead truck. So, I called Rick. He came to the rescue and even offered to follow me the rest of the way home to make sure I made it safely.....I live about 45 minutes away from his shop! So, needless to say, I would recommend Big Rig Tire and Truck repair to ANYONE needing roadside assistance with a vehicle! Thank you Rick for making sure I made it home safely!
Tips & Advices
You should change your oil filter whenever you change your oil, that is, approximately every 7,500 miles.
A oil filter is a device that helps remove contaminants from motor oil as it passes through the engine. A pump pushed the oil through the filter where it is strained and goes back to the engine.
High-mileage oil contains special conditioners that are said to help prevent gaskets from drying out and thus preventing leaks. This can be beneficial to engines with many miles on them.
Synthetic oil costs more than conventional oil, but the price is offset by the need for less frequent oil changes due to the oil’s durability.
Tools needed to change your own oil include jack stands or ramps, a wrench, an oil filter wrench, an oil drip pan, funnel, replacement oil filter, and replacement oil.

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