What is a Turn Signals Checks service?
Lube Stop’s Turn Signals Checks service is a convenient service that will ensure that all four of your turn signal lights are fully functional when you leave. A Lube Stop technician will do a visual inspection to check each light and see if they are functioning at the correct speed.
If even one of your lights is not working, we will help you troubleshoot the problem. Turn signal light issues can be anything from burnt out bulbs to wiring issues.
What is a Turn Signals Checks service for?
To ensure a smooth and safe ride, it is very important to make sure that your lights are in good working condition. You turn signals are the primary way that drivers communicate their intention to turn, change lanes or enter the flow of traffic. If one signal light is out, there is an extreme lack of communication between drivers that can cause safety issues. This simple inspection service can help you avoid dangerous situations and collisions.
Working turn signal lights are not only a question of safety, they are also a question of legality. Drivers are legally obligated to use their single lights whenever they turn, change lanes or enter the flow of traffic. If your light is not working, you are unable to follow that law and can be ticketed. For all these reasons, it is important to regularly check your turn signal light function.
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Let’s Talk Safety
Lube Stop is 100% committed to ensuring your vehicle’s engine and the components it powers are all operating as they should. We are also 100% committed to ensuring that your safety is taken care of, too. This means checking that all the parts of your vehicle that keep you safe, are working as well. These include the following list of items.
- A/C and Heating System
- Air Bags
- Electrical Charging System
- Exhaust System
- Ignition & Timing System
- Spare Tires
- Turn Signals
- Vehicle Horn
- Windshield Wipers
- Any Leaks, Squeaks, Rattles or Odours
These safety checks are included in Lube Stop’s Precision Based Recommendations process. Specifically, they are included in their 37+ Point Inspections that are performed each time you drive into one of our shops. There are 15 or more safety checks performed during this standard practice. When an issue is detected, Lube Stop technicians bring those matters to your attention and make suggestions as to how to address them. It is important to have a fully functioning car, truck, or SUV, but it’s also important to have a safe drive for you and your family. So, when you come to Lube Stop, rest assured that we will be checking for both your vehicle’s health and your own personal safety while driving.
Why Do I Need a Turn Signals Checks service?
The Turn Signals Checks service needs to be done regularly because a bulb can burn out or stop working at any time. It can be quite difficult to judge whether or not your turn signals are working when you are driving. However, if you notice your turn signal indicator on your dashboard coming on solid instead of blinking or blinking very fast, it is likely that one of your signal lights has failed. For example, a solid turn indicator for a left turn, but no left rear turn bulb illuminated, indicates that the left rear turn light bulb has failed. Let Lube Stop help ensure your safety by doing this inspection for you every time you come in.
We do these turn signal light checks so that our customers can avoid accidents from poor communication with other vehicles. In other words, your car, truck or SUV will be able to indicate turns and lane changes better, making your ride much safer. Additionally, you can be assured that you are not breaking any signal light laws.
So, it is fair to conclude that failing turn signal lights are NOT something you want to ignore.
That’s why we check your lights at every visit. We need to make sure you are aware of the issues and potential safety concerns. We understand that it costs a bit up front, but could be a life saver in the long run.
How Often Do I Need It?
The turn signal lights should be checked each time you have service with Lube Stop. And, of course, we should check them anytime you have observed issues. Your owner’s manual will also advise you to do it at various intervals. Please check your manual.
Also, lean on us at Lube Stop for advice. We use a system of processes called Precision Based Recommendations to help investigate a vehicle’s overall condition. This system of inspection and trouble shooting helps us get a clearer picture of your car, truck, or SUV as it stands, today. That is because it removes the guess work. Learn more about this system below.
Can Lube Stop do the Trouble Shooting?
Lube Stop employs the best technicians and mechanics in this service area. These technicians are more than qualified to help inspect the issues and make recommendations to problem solve.
Which Towns and Cities are in our Fast Lube Service area?
Our lube shop & tire service area includes the following towns and cities listed below.
- Woodlawn, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Mayfair, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Hudson Bay Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Westmount Caswell Hill, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- City Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- North Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Richmond Heights, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- MacNab Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Larkhaven, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Westview, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Mt Royal, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Riversdale, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Sutherland, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Forest Grove, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Silver Spring, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Lawson Heights, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- River Heights, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- King George, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Buena Vista, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Context for these Services
Your vehicle uses an internal combustion engine. This engine uses the combustion of fuel to power almost everything. This is done when fuel alongside an air oxidizer and spark plugs creates a working fluid flow circuit inside a combustion chamber.
In your internal combustion engine, the expansion of the high-temperature and high-pressure gases produced by combustion applies direct force to some component of the engine. The force is applied typically to pistons, turbine blades, rotors and nozzles. This force moves the component over a distance, transforming chemical energy into useful work.
Typically, your combustion engine is fed with fossil fuels like natural gas or petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel fuel or fuel oil. Your engine is the hub for many things, including those listed below.
- combustion chamber
- cylinder head
- set of spark plugs
- rocker arms
- fuel injectors
- connecting rods
- engine block
- timing system
- timing chain
All these work in unison to power all the other systems within your vehicle. Without a fully functioning engine, everything else suffers. So, let us at Lube Stop keep your engine functioning and everything else that relies on it.
Maintaining your Vehicle
To do this, you must TAKE CARE of your vehicle. That means changing the oil regularly. It also means changing your filters regularly. And, it means changing your fluids, lubricants, coolants and greases. These maintenance parts don’t remain the same. They get dirty, dusty, polluted, corroded and worn as you drive your vehicle from day to day. So, if you want to extend the life of your car, truck or SUV, then you must maintain it and take care of it.
So, drop by our lube shops and get your oil changed, your filters changed, your fluids checked or flushed, your belts replaced … and so on. We’re standing by!
In some of our locations, we also do repairs and replacement services for various parts of your vehicle. Please check with your location manager. If that particular shop does not carry the specific parts or doesn’t offer the service, they will give you a referral to one close by that does – even if it’s not Lube Stop.