When fall arrives, car owners may wish to have their vehicles undergo routine fall service. The summer could speed up the need for maintenance issues, so making an appointment for fall service seems helpful. All World Ford provides car Ford owners with a location to request routine maintenance, inspections, and repairs.

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Summer Driving Adds to Wear

During the summer, Ford owners around Appleton may drive their vehicle more often, meaning the vehicle suffers from wear and tear associated with additional mileage. It might become necessary to change the oil sooner or deal with maintenance issues, such as a stressed air conditioning system.

Issues with Summer Weather

Summer weather could cause problems with a car, even when the driver does little more than continue routine commuting. Hot summer weather near De Pere could affect rubber parts negatively, meaning windshield wipers could wear out faster, and tires may experience problems. A fall service inspection may look for common problems vehicles experience during summer weather.

Oil Changes in the Fall

A Ford car, truck, and SUV come with an owner's manual that notes the mileage points when an owner should seek a specific service. An oil change remains an essential service that is critically important. Old oil undermines engine performance and could decrease gas mileage, among other concerns.

Ford vehicle owners near Neenah should realize that hot summer weather could degrade motor oil. A technician could determine whether it's best to change the oil ahead of schedule during a fall service appointment for another issue.

Tire Inspections and Rotations

Tires suffer from wear from age, use, and the elements. Sometimes, problems such as slow leaks may develop. A routine tire inspection could reveal problems with a tire that might require replacing. Sometimes, the tire is fine but requires additional air. Either way, an inspection might tell the tale about the four tires' condition.

Tire rotations are required after several months of driving around Seymour and elsewhere. Rotating the tires helps ensure wear remains even and one or two tires do not wear out ahead of schedule or contribute to performance troubles.

Wheel Alignments

When cars come off the assembly line, the wheels are set to precise angles. Hitting an object when driving around Hortonville, WI, could knock the wheels out of their angle alignment, but a technician may measure the angles to detect any problems. If so, steps to restore the wheel angles to the factory setting might be possible.

Brake Inspections

Brakes wear down from friction and use. When brakes become too worn, they may not work properly. If the brake lines or hoses leak, the hydraulic fluid could drain. Without the right amount of brake fluid, the vehicle's entire braking system won't work. So, a thorough inspection seems advisable to those who want to avoid brake problems.

Battery Replacements

Batteries only have so many years of life before they start to fail. Eventually, a battery will die. A battery inspection could involve a test determining how healthy the battery is. If the batter requires an immediate replacement, the technician may recommend such action. Also, the battery inspection allows one to clean a dirty battery tray or terminal.

New Windshield Wipers

Windshield wipers that suffer from age, use, or weather-related degradation should undergo replacement work. Old windshield wipers may not perform their job effectively, making it dangerous to drive in inclement weather or anytime using windshield wipers is appropriate.

Fluid Changes and Exchanges

The different fluids that lubricate parts eventually age and must be replaced. Changing the brake, coolant, differential, power steering, and transmission fluids on time could help avoid unwanted situations. The technician could uncover low fluid levels or leaks you'll need to know about and get fixed.

Multi-point Inspections

A request for a multi-point inspection may help Ford owners determine if any unexpected maintenance issues require service. If so, the owner may get to the problem earlier rather than later.

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All World Ford

109 North Mill Street
Directions Hortonville, WI 54944

  • Sales: (920) 710-2000
  • Service: (920) 710-2000
  • Parts: (920) 710-2000

Service Hours

  • Monday 7:30am-7pm
  • Tuesday 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Wednesday 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Thursday 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Friday 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Saturday 8:30am-12:30pm
  • Sunday Closed