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What Type of Tires Does My Car Need?

It's easy to keep your Ford car, truck, or SUV in excellent condition with the correct tires. At Prime Ford – Auburn, we have an entire inventory of all-season tires, snow tires, and sport performance tires that have been designed for your model. We also carry numerous tire brands for drivers throughout Auburn, Worcester, and Westborough. If your vehicle is ready for a new set of tires, visit our onsite Ford service center at your convenience.

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How Long Does An Oil Change Take?

At the Prime Ford – Auburn service department, we strive to provide oil changes for our Spencer clients in a timely manner. You may be wondering how long an oil change service will take when you visit us. An oil change will take about 30-45 minutes to complete from start to finish. If your Ford Edge or Expedition needs a vehicle inspection in addition to an oil change, it can take up to 60 minutes to complete.

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Do You Offer Specials on Brake Repair?

Yes, Prime Ford – Auburn does offer specials on brake repair. The best way to keep up with our current offerings is to bookmark our service specials page. We update these specials quite frequently, so be sure to check often to see if we have the deal you are searching for.

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How Often Do I Need A Tire Rotation?

Generally speaking, you should have your Ford vehicle's tires rotated every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. Although this is a good rule of thumb, you should still check the inside of your vehicle owner's manual for the exact intervals for your specific model. If you are still unsure when to set up a tire rotation, please don't hesitate to reach out to our service team! Your vehicle will always be in good hands with our technicians.

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What is Included in an Oil Change?

It is important to keep up with oil changes to ensure your Ford performs properly. If it’s time to schedule an oil change, you may be wondering what is included with this service. Our factory-trained technicians will also perform a full-vehicle inspection, top off any fluids, and more. Plus, you will have peace of mind knowing you are getting the right type of oil with the right technicians using the right tools.

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How Long Does Tire Replacement Take?

At the Prime Ford – Auburn service department, we do our best to provide car maintenance and repairs in a timely manner. A tire replacement can take anywhere between 45-60 minutes from start to finish. If we do need more time to work on your Ford Escape, Edge, or Expedition, we will let you know as soon as we do. If you need to get back to work, we do offer loaner vehicles upon request.

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What is the Difference Between Brake Pads & Rotors?

One of the most popular services we offer is brake inspections. We know drivers across Auburn, Worcester, Westborough, Charlton, Holden, and Spencer want their brakes performing at their absolute best. Often, we get questions about the differences between brake components—and we're here to go into more detail.

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What Type of Oil Does My Car Need?

If you are wondering what type of oil your Ford sedan, truck, or SUV needs, we're here to help. In fact, this is something we here at Prime Ford – Auburn hear regularly. Our service professionals would be glad to discuss different types of oil for your vehicle.

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Do I Need an Appointment Online for Service?

At our Auburn Ford service center, we do accept walk-in appointments for auto service. Although we do accept walk-ins, scheduling an appointment ahead of time is the best route. When you schedule a Ford service appointment near Shrewsbury, you can pick out the date and time that works out for your schedule. Scheduling your service appointment online or over the phone is easy!

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When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?

At the Prime Ford – Auburn service department, we offer brake pad replacements near Shrewsbury. Our experts recommend getting a brake inspection around every 10,000 miles and a brake pad replacement about every 50,000 miles. There are factors that can affect these numbers such as the various terrain you drive on and the model of your vehicle.

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