Maserati Oil Change Service

Maserati Oil Change Service
If you’ve spent any amount of time behind the wheel of a Maserati, you’re familiar with what it’s like to experience precision-crafted exhilaration. In order to preserve the thrilling performance of your Maserati, it’s essential to perform routine maintenance services. One of the easiest ways to protect the engine also happens to be one of the most important. Regular oil changes are critical to both helping your engine operate at peak performance and to extend its lifespan. Engine oil is formulated specifically to protect the internal components of your engine from harmful wear and tear caused by heat and friction. Regularly changing your oil is one of the best ways to keep your Maserati running like the day you first stepped behind the wheel.
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Maserati Oil Change Intervals

Not sure exactly how often your oil needs to be changed? We recommend first looking inside your Maserati owner’s manual. You’ll find the exact oil change interval that’s recommended by Maserati. Although this interval can change depending on your individual driving habits and the type of climate where you live, the factory-recommended oil maintenance interval for most Maserati models is typically between 10,000-15,000 miles or 12 months, whichever comes first.

Modern breakthroughs in oil life monitoring systems and oil technology have made these extended oil change intervals possible. Trusting an authorized Maserati dealership such as Maserati of Puente Hills means that your vehicle will receive the same oil and genuine oil filter that’s recommended by the manufacturer.

Common Signs of Engine Oil Problems

Knowing how to spot a possible problem with your engine oil is a great way to prevent wasted money and avoid any inconvenience. Below, you’ll find some of the most common symptoms and signs that can help you identify an engine oil related problem before you find yourself stranded on the side of the road.

Pool or Droplets of Oil Below Your Vehicle

Pool or Droplets of Oil Below Your Vehicle

Have you spotted droplets of oil or even a puddle of oil beneath your vehicle? If so, it’s critical that you have a factory-trained technician inspect your vehicle for a potential problem. Areas to inspect for possible oil leaks include the oil pan gasket, oil pan drain plug, and the valve cover gasket(s). Even the slightest leaks can soon lead to a loss of oil pressure and create the possibility for catastrophic damage to occur inside your engine.

Oil Warning / Low Oil Pressure Light

Oil Warning / Low Oil Pressure Light

Has an oil warning light or low oil pressure light appeared on your dashboard? Pull over as soon as it’s safe to do so and immediately shut off your engine. To stay properly lubricated and protected against friction, your engine requires a certain amount of oil. Continuing to drive your vehicle with low oil or low oil pressure puts your engine in serious jeopardy. Contact our team of factory-certified Maserati technicians to inspect your vehicle.

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Why Have Your Oil Changed at Maserati of Puente Hills

Don’t let just anybody change the oil in your Maserati! You can count the team of factory-trained technicians and service professionals at Maserati of Puente Hills. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to understand your vehicle inside and out. Not only will your vehicle receive factory-recommended oil and oil filters — we’ll also inspect and verify that your engine is running like it should and notify you of any potential issues. Maserati of Puente Hills is here to help you keep enjoying the same performance you’ve come to expect from your Maserati vehicle.