Oil Change Service

Why Guess? Choose Guess Motors for Your Next Oil Change

The Guess Motors, Guess Ford service department is your destination for a quality oil change in Carrollton, Ohio.

Our oil change service includes:

  • OE oil filter & Synthetic-blend oil
  • Washer fluid top-off
  • 28-point vehicle inspection*

*28-point vehicle inspection includes brakes, tires, battery, wiper blades, belts, hoses, steering, suspension, exterior lights, and exhaust system.

The Dealership Advantage

At Guess, we understand that life doesn’t stop for an oil change or other maintenance needs. That’s why we offer the dealership advantage.

Our free shuttle service is available at your convenience so you don’t have to miss out on important work hours. Simply drop off your car and our shuttle will take you back to work, and when your car is finished, we will let you know and send our shuttle to pick you up.

Rental services are also available and are the preferred advantage for vehicles requiring extensive service. Other amenities include vehicle drop-off and a child-friendly waiting area complete with Wi-Fi. You may also choose from one of our certified service advisors to work with you over your visit and oversee service to your vehicle.

Choose your advantage today when you schedule your service appointment.

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Service Tips

We’re happy to help you with any and all of your service needs. Whether it’s a vehicle inspection, changing your oil filter, or simply helping you choose the right type of oil for your vehicle. We’re here to make sure your vehicle is running at peak performance.

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Maintain your engine with regular oil changes.

Why are oil changes important?

Oil is an important component of your engine because it protects it from overheating or becoming damaged by dirt and dust particles. Regular oil changes are mandatory for sustained engine performance.

Over time, oil breaks down and loses its viscosity due to the extreme heat conditions within the engine. It also becomes contaminated with dirt and debris that can damage pistons and other engine components. Sludge from this old, broken down oil can build up inside your engine and prevent it from working efficiently. This would require an expensive cleaning and may even require further investments to replace components.

Remember your oil change interval.

When should you change your oil?

You’ve probably heard it said that you should change your oil every 3,000 miles or every three months. According to the experts, this is a common misconception that many people waste their time and money on. The majority of newer vehicles can last from 7,000 to 10,000 miles before an oil change is needed. Some even last for up to 15,000.

Instead, experts suggest consulting your owner’s manual for your vehicle’s suggested oil change interval or to change it when the service engine light appears.

Some vehicles may require more frequent oil changes if you regularly drive in severe conditions including:

  • Stop-and-go traffic
  • Towing heavy loads
  • Extreme weather conditions

Your owner’s manual will have suggested intervals for both normal and severe driving conditions to ensure your vehicle receives proper care. It’s important to remember that all vehicles are made differently and will require different service intervals. Newer vehicles have greater engine technology than their older counterparts which allows for longer periods between oil changes.

In addition, you’ll want to replace your oil filter every oil change to keep your engine free of particles and debris that could otherwise damage it.

Use a synthetic-blend oil at every service interval.

What is synthetic-blend oil?

Synthetic-blend oil is a hybrid concentration of synthetic and conventional oils that offers all-weather durability and resistance to extreme temperatures, but at a fraction of the cost of synthetic oil. Compared to conventional oil, synthetic-blend is slower to break down and is less prone to sludge buildup. It also maintains a consistent viscosity (oil thickness/thinness) at higher temperatures for better wear protection. Both heavy and lightweight vehicles reap the benefits of this low cost blend.