About obrienautogroup

About You may have never heard of the O’Brien Auto Group but we’ve been around and local since 1986. Our philosophy is very simple: Make your buying and ownership experience as easy and as enjoyable as possible. We know that you have the highest expectations of the vehicles you drive and of the people you trust to help you out. Our teams consist of employees who care. We take the time for on-going training to be certain we’re able to meet your needs with full confidence, providing the highest quality and user-friendly service available in the Pacific Northwest. Our goal is to ensure that our customers are satisfied not only at the time of purchase, but as long as they own their vehicle. Offering some of the highest quality cars and trucks available is, of course, the first step – but only the beginning. We’re proud to present a wide selection of premium, competitively priced, new and used vehicles. When you walk into our dealership, whether to purchase a vehicle or to visit our service department, you should feel like a guest in our home. You can be rest assured that each team member will do everything to make your experience as simple and as enjoyable as possible. We want you to feel that when you do business with the O’Brien Auto Group, life gets better. You have my name on it! Thank you!

Springtime Auto Tips

8XJ9r[2]Spring is one of the prime times for Auto Maintenance here are some Spring Time Auto Tips:

  1. Read the owner’s manual and follow the recommended service schedules.
  2. Have hard starts, rough idling, stalling, etc. corrected before hot weather sets in.
  3. Flush and refill the cooling system (radiator) according to the service manual’s recommendations. The level, condition, and concentration of the coolant should be checked periodically.
  4. If you are not a do-it-yourselfer, look for repair facilities that employ certified automotive technicians.
  5. The tightness and condition of belts, clamps, and hoses should be checked by a qualified auto technician.
  6. Have a marginally operating air conditioner system serviced by a qualified technician to reduce the likelihood of more costly repairs.
  7. Change the oil and oil filter as specified in owner’s manual. (Properly dispose of used oil.)
  8. Replace other filters (air, fuel, PCV, etc.) as recommended.
  9. Check the condition of tires, including the spare. Always check tire pressure when the tires are cold.
  10. Inspect all lights and bulbs; replace burned out bulbs.
  11. Replace worn wiper blades and keep plenty of washer solvent on hand to combat summer’s dust and insects.

Preparation now will help ensure that your summer driving plans go smoothly and as planned!

 Source: Springtime Auto Tips