How Often Do I Need to Change the Oil in My Jaguar?
Many factors can trigger the need to do an oil change in your vehicles, such as drive time, road conditions, climate, etc. We recommend you contact a Jaguar mechanic in Calgary every six months or after every 7500 hundred miles, whichever occurs sooner.
My Belt in the Vehicle Is Making a Loud Squeal on My Car. Should I Have It Changed?
One should know that not every squeal requires an engine belt change. Visit our shop to let our Jaguar mechanics inspect the issue thoroughly.
What Does It Mean When My ‘Check Engine’ or ‘Service Engine Soon’ Light Comes on?
The “Check Engine” Or “Service Engine” light suggests that your engine or transmission may need to be repaired or replaced. If you notice the light is on, bringing your vehicle to our shop for a check-up is a good choice.
What Should I Do If My Jaguar Starts to Overheat?
This is a serious problem that requires the urgent attention of the Jaguar technician as it damages your engine. As soon as it happens, find a safe place and shut the engine off. At that moment in time, have your car towed to our shop. Visit our blog to learn more about the tips to maintain your Jaguar engine.