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Expert Oil Change in Langley

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Why choose us for your Oil Change in Langley?

  • We Carry The Top Oil Brands
  • Free Tire Rotation
  • New Filter (Included)
  • Courtesy Inspection
  • 3 Year / 60,000km Warranty on All Repairs
  • Clean Lobby With Free Coffee, Snacks and Wifi
  • We Service All Makes and Models
  • 0% – 90 Day Financing Available
  • Locally Owned In Langley Since 1985

We ensure a genuine, small-business approach to all warranty-related matters, promising an unparalleled commitment to our clients. Serving with premier customer, we’re locally owned in Langley and stand by our work.

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Keep your vehicle running smooth with our Langley Oil Change Service

Don’t compromise on your vehicle’s health – a timely oil change is essential. Our Red Seal Technicians provide expert, trustworthy service at a fair price, ensuring your car runs smoothly and efficiently. Their extensive expertise paired with a commitment to precision and quality, guarantees your vehicle is in capable, professional hands. Trust us to provide a top-notch full oil change service with the utmost efficiency since 1985.

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We Carry BG Products That Increase Engine Life

BG’s MOA comes with engine protection warranty plan that covers the repair or replacement of your engine or engine parts up to $4,000. Simply request BG MOA to be added.

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How long does your oil change take?

Our oil changes take roughly an hour. They include a free courtesy inspection (including a brake check for warning signs), tire rotation, and brand new filter. There are great stores nearby to check out such as an Aquarium store called Fish Addicts, an office furniture store called Source, and five minute walk away is Samz Neighbourhood Pub Surrey & Langley. We would love for you to become part of the Gary’s Automotive family starting with an Oil Change.

What oil does my vehicle need?

Every vehicle is different and we follow the manufactures guidelines for what oil works best in your vehicle when performing an oil change. We provide the oil and know exactly what brand is best, how much oil and what type. If you’re confused on what the types of oil mean we have a blog simplifying oil complexities

What vehicles do you perform oil changes on?

We do oil changes on all automobiles including Import vehicles, American vehicles and European vehicles. Rest assured if you call us up with a unique vehicle we will be happy to talk about it.

Do I need an appointment for an oil change?

Yes. We are an automotive shop focusing on repairs. We are not a speedy drive through oil change, but we love offering this service to our existing customers so they don’t have to sacrifice their cars health or possibly be conned by unwarranted repairs. We also love providing oil changes to new customers as a great chance to meet new people. So please call ahead so we can book you in as soon as possible, which may be same day, next day, or same week for an hour.   

talk to one of our experts

We would love to have you talk with one of our experts at Gary’s Automotive in Langley regarding your oil change. This is to ensure you get the care you need as soon as possible. We may have a promotion, and the answers you need.

(604) 541-1818

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Frequently Asked Oil Change Questions

How often should I change my car’s oil?

The frequency of oil changes can vary depending on factors like your vehicle’s make and model, driving habits, and the type of oil used. It’s typically recommended every 4,800 to 8,000 kilometers for conventional oil and longer intervals for synthetic oil.


What type of oil should I use for my car?

Your vehicle’s owner’s manual will specify the recommended oil type. Generally, you can choose between conventional, synthetic, or a blend based on your vehicle’s needs and your driving conditions.


Can I switch from conventional to synthetic oil?

Yes, you can switch between oil types. However, it’s important to consult your vehicle’s manual and a mechanic in Langley to ensure compatibility and discuss any potential changes in your oil change interval.


What happens if I skip an oil change?

Skipping oil changes can lead to increased engine wear, reduced fuel efficiency, and potentially costly engine damage over time. It’s essential to stick to a regular maintenance schedule.


How do I check my car’s oil level?

Most vehicles have a dipstick for checking oil levels. Park on level ground, wait for the engine to cool, and then pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, reinsert it, and check the oil level on the markings. Pay attention to the colour too.


What is the “oil change interval” or “maintenance minder” system in modern cars?

Many modern vehicles have a system that monitors your driving habits and engine conditions to determine the optimal time for an oil change. It can extend the interval between changes beyond the traditional 7,000 kilometers.


Can I change my car’s oil myself, or should I go to a professional mechanic?

You can change your car’s oil yourself if you have the necessary tools and knowledge. However, many people prefer going to a professional mechanic in Langley to ensure the job is done correctly.


What are the signs that my car needs an oil change?

Look out for signs like a dashboard warning light, engine noise, decreased fuel efficiency, or a burning smell. Regularly checking your oil level and colour can also provide valuable information.


Is it okay to top off my oil between oil changes?

Yes, it’s generally good to top off your oil if it’s below the recommended level between oil changes. Just be sure to use the correct oil type and not overfill.


What is the environmental impact of used motor oil, and how should I dispose of it near Langley?

Used motor oil can be harmful to the environment if not disposed of properly. Many auto parts stores and recycling centers in Langley accept used oil for recycling. Avoid pouring it down drains or into the ground.g

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