Where to Get an Oil Change Near Salem and Warren, OH

Fairway Ford in Canfield offers a full range of automotive services, from basic maintenances items like oil changes and tire rotations, to unexpected repairs. When you come in for an oil change, your car gets The Works® treatment, which includes:

  • Synthetic blend oil change
  • Tire rotation pressure check
  • Brake inspection
  • Inspection of filters, belts, and hoses
  • Fluid top-off
  • Battery test

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It's easy to schedule an oil change with Fairway Ford. You can:

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When you make an appointment at Ford Direct, an oil change should be a very fast process. Plus, you'll enjoy the comfort of relaxing in a clean, comfortable waiting room with free Wi‐Fi and refreshments.

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With today's hi‐tech vehicles, even something seemingly as simple as an oil change requires up‐to‐date knowledge of a vehicle's engine and its specs. You get that at Ford Direct. We have the right parts, tools and techs to help ensure your service is done correctly the first time.

It's no secret that the best way to keep your vehicle running like it did on Day 1 is to keep it regularly maintained. So, what's the most important maintenance item? If you said, "regular oil changes," give yourself a pat on the back, because that's exactly right. Your vehicle's engine has many parts that move unfathomably fast, rubbing against each other thousands of times per minute. That rubbing, naturally, creates extreme levels of friction. Friction not only causes heat buildup, it creates tiny metal shavings that can damage the internal components. Oil serves to lubricate these moving parts, absorb heat, and keep the metal shaving to a minimum.

Unfortunately, engine oil has a finite lifespan and loses lubricity for a couple of reasons. One job of engine oil is to carry contaminants to the filter, and while the filter removes most of the contaminants, it's impossible to remove all. Metal, dirt, soot, and other particles all accumulate in the oil over time, which is why it's important to change the filter at the same time as the oil. The other main reason is heat, which breaks down the oil over time.

How often should I change my oil?

Many newer-model vehicles come equipped with an Intelligent Oil‐Life Monitor® that determines when you should change the engine oil based on how your vehicle is used. This means you do not have to remember to change the oil on a mileage-based schedule. Your vehicle lets you know when an oil change is due by displaying a message in the information display.

Paying close attention to your vehicle's owner's manual and its recommended scheduled maintenance intervals will help ensure that oil changes are done before any engine damage can occur.

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Engine oil should be checked while it is still warm, and the car is parked on a level surface. When you shut the engine off, wait a couple minutes for the exterior to cool a bit, then:

  • Locate the dipstick. It will be labeled "oil" or have an image of an oil can.
  • Remove the dipstick and wipe it off with a rag.
  • Reinsert the dipstick all the way, pause, then take it out again.
  • At the end of the dipstick there are MIN and MAX lines. If the oil is below MIN, it is necessary to add more.
  • Note the condition of the oil. Darker oil doesn't necessarily mean bad oil. However, jet-black oil can be a sign a change is necessary. You can also rub a tiny amount between your fingers, and if leaves a mark, it's probably time for a change.
  • Reinsert the dipstick and you're done.
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