Master Muffler, while famous for our muffler services, is a full-service auto repair and maintenance shop. As such, oil changes are a key service that we offer at Master Muffler, and are an important way that we keep Utahns on the road. Throughout the state, our shops make sure that people in our communities have a safe and long-lasting vehicle that can keep them on the road.

Why You Need an Oil Change

The oil in your car serves as a protective barrier for your car from dirt, rust, unburned fuel and other elements, due to it serving as a lubricant for your engine. Your engine is kept cool by fresh oil because it reduces the friction between the moving parts in your engine. However, over time, the oil in your car is going to break down and get gummy and watery. This prevents it from being able to lubricate your vehicle properly. Changing your oil prevents old oil from gunking up your engine. At Master Muffler, we recommend you receive an oil change every 3,000 miles to ensure the efficiency, safety, and life of your vehicle.

What Goes Into an Oil Change

At Master Muffler, our mechanics start an oil change by first starting to drain the old oil from your vehicle. While the vehicle is draining oil, they will then check all of the lights on your dashboard to make sure that they are working properly. After that, the mechanic will look under the hood and under the vehicle to check other components of your vehicle, in order to ensure that you are driving safely and effectively. After the oil is finished draining, we top off all of the fluids in your car.

The routine inspection, or “spring cleaning,” that we conduct on your vehicle is one of the main benefits of bringing your vehicle in for an oil change, and it is a benefit that you miss out on when you do it yourself, at home.

Other Vehicle Components We Check

Here are some of the aforementioned vehicle components that we examine and check when you bring your car in for an oil change:

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  • Wipers
  • Washer Fluid
  • Antifreeze
  • Battery
  • Battery Cable
  • Air Filter
  • Tires
  • Tire Pressure
  • Belts
  • Hoses
  • Brake Fluid
  • CV Joints
  • Exhaust System
  • Emergency Brake
  • Brake Hoses
  • Shocks
  • Struts
  • Visual Brake Check

Contact Us for More Information

Please stop in at any of our locations for a full-service oil change, today! Our team of technicians is made up of some of the friendliest and most knowledgeable mechanics in the state.