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How Often Should I Get New Tires?

As a rule of thumb, tires are usually meant to last about 50,000 – 60,000 miles per every change, but it really depends on how much you’re driving and where you’re driving to. Unfortunately, there is really no way of telling how long a tire actually lasts. Your tire life is dependent on the climate ...

Rebuilding a Mercedes Engine

In many cases, and depending on the age, it’s sometimes more cost-effective to part out your Mercedes than to fully rebuild the engine.  There’s simply no way to stop this process entirely, but regular maintenance (oil changes, for example) ensure that your engine will degrade as slowly as possible. Like everything with moving parts, ...

Sprinter Schedules and Mods – Nothing We Can’t Tackle

If you have purchased your Mercedes Sprinter off the lot, Service A (Oil Change Plus) will not be due for 20,000 miles. The Mercedes-Benz manual suggests that you should change your oil every 20,000 miles, but we like to weigh on the safe side of things and suggest you should change it every 10,000 miles. ...

Santa Rosa Mercedes Benz Transmission Building

Regular maintenance of the transmission is essential to prolonging the life of your luxury vehicle. In general, if your Mercedes’ transmission is being properly lubricated by the transmission fluid then your vehicle will be in good shape. The transmission is a key component in every single vehicle. Transmissions can be either automatic or manual, but they ...

Mercedes Benz AC Service Repair

The most important thing to know about your HVAC system is that only Mercedes-Benz trained technicians to use the proper equipment, components, and procedures to repair and diagnose potential issues. Mercedes Service in Santa Rosa does not have to cost a fortune, the experts at CK Auto Exclusive take pride in offering exceptional service for ...

Mercedes Tune-Ups, Santa Rosa

Sticking to your scheduled maintenance helps avoid all of these major problems and many others. Remember, you will never save money by skipping a regularly scheduled service appointment. In the end, the problem will become worse and end up costing you much more in repairs if left untouched. Scheduled maintenance is an effective way to keep your car safe ...