The Faricy Boys Service Department and Wynns have compiled a list of videos below that will show you what kinds of services we offer and why it is important to have these services completed. Our Service Department will service any make/model of car or truck and assist you in keeping it maintained. When you are ready to have your vehicle serviced please give our Service Department a call at 866-614-7173.
Engine Cleaning Service
Just changing your oil isn't enough. A typical oil change service can leave up to 20% of the used oil inside your engine. Often sludge and contaminants are left behind and do damage to your engine over time. In fact, those left over deposits can start to contaminate the fresh oil the moment you turn the ignition key.
Dirt, carbon deposits and corrosion restrict the flow of air and fuel to your engine. Every fuel-injected car or truck on the road is going to have this same issue and that's why it is so important to have your fuel system routinely cleaned.
To keep your diesel engine providing you with the most power and torque make sure you have your engine cleaned and serviced according to your manufacturers standards. By doing so you will help extend the life of your diesel engine and allow it to perform at its peak levels. This will also provide you with the best return of miles per gallon as well.
Cooling System Flush
Power Steering System Flush
If you neglect your power steering fluid and it becomes dirty and begins to look like engine oil your headed for expensive repairs. By flushing your power steering system you can prevent sluggish steering on cold mornings, reduce steering noise and keep premature and expensive power steering failures at bay. For safety reasons and to help extend the life of your power steering system make sure you stick to recommended power steering flush intervals.
When it comes to safety, nothing is more important than your brakes. Brake fluid attracts moisture naturally and therefore can be one of the leading causes of brake failures and repairs. You can't just look at your brake fluid reservoir and tell if it's time to change the fluid. Stick to your manufacturers recommended intervals to extend the life of your brake system.