Oil and Much More
When your car or truck needs an oil change, Retro Lube can do the job professionally and get you back on the road quickly. In addition to oil changes, Retro Lube offers many other automotive maintenance services, fuel injection cleaning to transmission services.
Take a stroll through our services below to get a better picture of what Retro Lube can do for you!
Oil & Oil Filter Changes
17 Point Service Check:
- Up To 5 Quarts of Featured Oil
- Install New Oil Filter
- Lubricate Chassis
- Vaccuum Car Interior
- Wash Windshield
Check and Fill:
- Power Steering Fluid
- Transmission Fluid
- Washer Fluid
- Brake Fluid
- Radiator Coolant
- Air Filter
- Tire's & Inflate to Proper Pressure
- Wiper Blades
- Belts & Hoses
- Breather Filter
- PCV Valve
Retro Classic Oil Change
- Stop & Go ProtectionTM
- More Miles
- More Cars and More Drivers
High Mileage Oil
- Protection Over 75,000 Miles
- Helps Prevent Oil Leaks
- Helps Reduce Oil Consumption
SUV, Truck & Minivan Oil
- Protection Against Stress from Heavier Loads
- Combines the Strength of Traditional pennzoil Motor Oil with a Boost of Pennzoil Synthetic
Full Synthetic Oil
- Protects Against Viscosity Breakdown
- Provides Start-Up Protection
- Fine-Tuned for Advanced Engines
Air & Fuel Filter Replacement
A significant aspect of regular automotive maintenance involves the matter of ensuring that your vehicle has clean fuel and air filters. A car engine's fuel and air filters prevent the motor from consuming contaminants that are detrimental to the vehicle's performance.Different automobile manufacturers recommend different filter replacement schedules. Furthermore, the suggested filter replacement schedules vary from one class of vehicle to another, and depend upon the severity of the driving conditions. Generally speaking; however, your engine's air filter should be changed every 12,000 miles, and its fuel filter every 20,000 miles.
Some automobiles also have a cabin air filter which is designed to filter the air that is directed into the passenger area. Retro Lube can help you keep your vehicle in top condition by maintaining all three of these filters (the engine's fuel filter, the engine's air filter, and the cabin's air filter).
Fuel Injection Cleaning
Fuel Injection Cleaning Asheville, NC
Most modern automobiles use a fuel injection system to deliver the fuel to the engine in a very precise fashion. Fuel injection systems employ small injectors or nozzles through which the fuel passes. In Asheville, NC, fuel injection cleaning can help you make sure your vehicle is running well for many years.
Over time and even during normal use, the small injector nozzles can become partially clogged by carbon deposits and various additives found in the fuel. Fuel injection cleaning should be performed before your vehicle reaches 60,000 miles, or as often as recommended by your manufacturer. If the injector nozzles become significantly clogged, the automobile's performance will suffer. Retro Lube's fuel injection cleaning service helps keep your vehicle operating optimally by maintaining an unobstructed passage way through the fuel injectors. Contact us, if you are ready to have injection cleaning, or any other mainteance performed on your automobile.
If the radiator becomes clogged, or if the volume of coolant flow is reduced due to leaks, then the automobile is prone to overheat. Similarly, if the proper portion of antifreeze is not present in the cooling system during freezing weather, the fluid coolant may freeze. A frozen coolant fluid cannot circulate and may even crack the engine due to the expansion of the water becoming ice.
Retro Lube's radiator services address vehicles with factory-sealed radiators and those with non-sealed radiators. For automobiles with a factory-sealed radiator, Retro Lube checks the cooling system for leaks. For automobiles with a non-sealed radiator, Retro Lube services include: draining and flushing the cooling system, refilling the cooling system with fresh coolant, ensuring that the portion of antifreeze is suitable for the driving climate, and checking the cooling system for leaks.
Transmission fluid, which may be a special automatic transmission fluid (ATF) or any one of a variety of motor oils, serves several essential purposes. In both a manual transmission and in an automatic transmission, the transmission fluid serves to lubricate the transmission's many moving parts. In an automatic transmission, the transmission fluid also serves as a coolant, and as a viscous medium through which mechanical power is transferred.
Regarding service schedules, recommendations vary from one automobile manufacturer to another and depend on the type of transmission as well as the associated driving conditions. In general however, the transmission fluid in a manual transmission should be changed every 20,000 to 50,000 miles. The transmission fluid in an automatic transmission should be changed every 40,000 to 80,000 miles.
Retro Lube transmission services address both manual and automatic transmission types, including the differential transmission.
Wiper Blade Replacements
In order to work properly, wiper blades must have a smooth edge and be pliable enough to conform to the curvature of the windshield throughout the wiping motion. If using your automobile's windshield wipers produces streaks or unwiped areas on your windshield, the wiper blades probably need to be changed. Retro Lube can inspect the wiper blades on your automobile and, if necessary, replace them with new wiper blades.
Serpentine Belt Replacement
Since the serpentine belt is critical to the operation of several functions, it is prudent to ensure that the belt is in good condition. As is often the case, different manufacturers recommend different servicing and replacement schedules. In general; however, if the ribbed side of the belt has more than four cracks per inch or if a single crack (regardless of how many cracks per inch) penetrates more than half way through the belt, then the belt should be replaced. Retro Lube can inspect the serpentine belt in your car or truck and advise you regarding its condition. If the belt needs to be replaced, Retro Lube can do the job professionally.
NC Safety & OBDII Emission Inspection
Many counties in North Carolina already require an on-board diagnostic (OBD) emissions test. The newer diagnostic hardware (often called OBDII or OBD II) is manufactured into all 1996 and newer automobiles sold in the USA. In addition to being an official NC Safety Inspection station, Retro Lube also has the equipment needed to perform the OBDII emissions inspection.