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Auto Repair Maintenance on Older Cars

Updated: Aug 24

Should you repair your 10+ year old car?



At Seymour's Garage, we believe that you most definitely should repair your 10 year old car. Especially if this is a car you love, why not want to keep it for as long as you can? Here are some things you will need to do in order to keep your beloved car:



Check or take your vehicle in for monthly, quarterly, and yearly maintenance

In order to make your car have a full life, keep up with maintenance. There are short-term check-ups and long-term check-ups.


Let's start with the short term maintenance check-ups:

  • Tire Pressure & Tread

  • Oil & Coolant Levels

  • Brakes

  • Air Filter

  • Oil Filter

  • Rotating Tires

  • Headlights, Park Lights, & Turn Signals


These are the long term maintenance check-ups:

  • Shocks & Struts

  • Spark Plugs

  • Front & Rear Differential

  • Transmission & Transfer Case Fluids

  • Coolant Fluid Exchange

There are also things that should be checked quarterly like replacing tires, replacing windshield wipers, getting your battery checked, and checking coolant levels. By doing all of these maintenance check-ups your car will be in the best shape.


There are so many pros to maintaining your older car like being able to own the car, not having to spend thousands on a new car, and having a dependable car you know the history on.


So... yes, keep up with your older cars auto maintenance!

If you need any more information or need help with fixing your older car please contact us at Seymour's Garage! We'd love to help you.

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