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A full service is an examination and analysis of all the important systems in your vehicle to make sure they’re running safely and reliably.

During a service there is a top-up of all the car’s fluids, a clean of components and a comprehensive check carried out of the parts that endure the most wear and tear.

Full services also involve topping up fluids, cleaning major components and checking over the parts that are the most subject to wear and tear. Many garages offer discounted tyres & MOT’s if you book in for a full service – it’s always worth asking.

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Frequently asked questions

What is a full service for a car?

It’s an inspection and analysis of the components and fluids in your car to see if any need to be repaired, replaced or topping up. A regular service helps to prevent small problems from turning into expensive big problems and improves safety.

What’s included in a full service?

A full service replaces and tops up all of your car’s important fluids, including your oil, coolant, brake fluid and transmission fluid.

Components like your filters and spark plugs are either cleaned or replaced.

Components such as your suspension and door locks are thoroughly checked over.

Is a major service the same as a full service?

In the main, yes. However, some garages offer a ‘major service’ that includes fully draining and replacing brake fluid and coolant.

How often should you have a full service?

Each make and model of car has a slightly different service schedule, so check your manual. However, most schedules are around 12,000 mile mark. Most people need a full car service once a year, although high-mileage drivers should have an interim service at six months.

How long does a full service take?

On average, a full service takes around three hours, unless significant issues crop up. usually you’ll get your car back to you within the same day, but it’s a good idea to set aside the entire day, just in case.

What’s an interim service?

An interim service is aimed at the items and components that need to most renewal and maintenance. A full service includes these too, as well as systems that only need an annual check.

How much do full services cost?

This all depends on your make and model of car and what, if any, extra work needs to be done. On average you can expect to pay around £150 for a full car service.

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More about a full service

This annual (at least) analysis has to be performed by a trained mechanic and it helps your car to run efficiently and safely. Regular services maintain the condition and also the resale value of your car, so they’re a worthwhile expense. Finding the most competitively-priced services is important, and AutoAdvisor can help you do just that.

Everything involved in a full car service:

  • Oil and oil filter replacement
  • Brake fluid check and change
  • Antifreeze check and change
  • Coolant check and change
  • Windscreen wash check and change
  • Power steering fluid check and change
  • Lights
  • Windscreen wipers, front and back
  • Battery and charging system
  • Exhaust system
  • Tyre tread depth and pressure
  • Brake check
  • Steering check
  • Shock absorber check
  • Suspension check
  • Auxiliary drive-belt check
  • Wheel alignment check
  • Wheel bearing check
  • Wheel balance check
  • Brake fluid conditioning
  • Fuel filter check and clean (for diesel cars)
  • Spark plug check and clean (petrol), and
  • Air filter change.

If your mechanic discovers any problems or parts that need to be replaced, then you’ll pay extra for these. You should also ask which oil they’ve topped up your car with with so that you can buy some to top up at home.

How to find full service providers near you

Each garage will offer a slightly different service package, but they’re all broadly the same and will cover all the essentials necessary to keep your car safe.

All of the garages you’ll find on AutoAdvisor use genuine or OE replacement parts so you can be confident in the quality of work.

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