Lincoln of Cutler Bay general service

Turn to the experts for service and maintenance

Our technicians are part of a network of over 35,000 factory-trained and certified technicians across America ready to service your Lincoln. The same company that designed, engineered and built your vehicle developed their training. That means we have the right parts, technology and technicians to help ensure your service is performed correctly the first time.

Other benefits of Lincoln of Cutler Bay service include:
• Factory-trained and certified technicians
• Specialized equipment
• Premium parts
• Lincoln Pickup & Delivery
• Complimentary Lincoln Loaner
• Parts and labor warranties
• Client lounge and business centers with complimentary Wi-Fi

Service Offers

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Maintaining your vehicle

Take Your Lincoln to Us for Maintenance and Major Repairs at Lincoln of Cutler Bay

You need to get your vehicle serviced from time to time, and if you have a Lincoln vehicle, you should take it to a service center that works with Lincoln vehicles all the time.

Here at Lincoln of Cutler Bay, we have the auto technicians who are going to be able to take care of your Lincoln vehicle because they take care of this particular brand of vehicles all the time. Plus, we have mechanics who genuinely care about your vehicle and want to see it running well for as long as possible. And if you're looking for a place that has your parts in stock, you can always find what you are looking for in our vast parts inventory online.

We know how important it is to have the parts you need in stock because when we don't, that means that we have to order them, which could delay the time that we're able to get your vehicle fixed by a day or more. But if we have the parts in stock, we can get working on your vehicle right away, which means that we can get you back on the road much more quickly, so we encourage you to order ahead of time if you know exactly what you need.

We understand all of the ins and outs of your vehicle, and sometimes you just can't expect these things from a mechanic that works on all brands of vehicles.

Available Services

We also have a great selection of services, including maintenance and major repairs. If you need some maintenance done, you might be looking for an oil change, filter replacement, battery checker replacement, tire rotations or replacements, windshield wiper blade replacements, and many other minor things that need to be done regularly.

Then, there are some types of jobs that are normal wear and tear but only need to be done every once in a while, such as brake repairs. And then, there are also times when a major component of the vehicle is broken, such as the engine or transmission. That's when you need a mechanic that you trust, and we hope to become the service center for you.

Oil Change

Today's vehicle engines generally have extended oil-change intervals beyond 3,000 miles, so you should review the recommended scheduled maintenance intervals in your vehicle's owner manual. You can find it at owner.lincoln.com.

Lincoln of Cutler Bay provides a comprehensive checkup to help ensure your vehicle operates at optimal performance levels. As part of this service, your Lincoln will undergo a multi-point inspection, oil change with synthetic blend oil, and tire rotation, all at a very competitive price.

Fluid Levels

Your vehicle's fluids can be topped in just a few minutes. They include: oil, radiator, transmission, power steering, windshield washer and brake fluid. Allowing many of these fluids to become dangerously low or old can cause serious damage to your vehicle.

Filters

Your vehicle's filters should be changed every 15K-30K miles. Most can be inspected and replaced during a routine oil change. These include the engine air filter, oil filter, fuel filter and cabin air filter.

Spark Plugs

Your spark plugs should be changed every 100K miles. A bit more complicated than a routine oil change, the time and cost will depend on the year, make and model of your vehicle.

Belts and Hoses

Belts and hoses play an integral part in your vehicle's performance. As belts age, the rubber becomes brittle, causing it to crack. If the belt is showing signs of wear on its outer edge, this is also a sign that it will need to be replaced.

Since coolant temperature is about 200 degrees, the hoses that carry it are extremely important. A belt or hose failure can cause loss of both power steering and the electrical charging system, as well as an overheated engine. If your engine overheats, this can cause the cylinder heads to warp, resulting in a very expensive repair.

Hoses are generally inspected for softness and swelling, hardening, cracks, chafing and heat damage. If any of these issues are detected, your hoses will need to be replaced.

Brakes

Brake issues can start out small but worsen over time. Waiting to have them repaired can greatly increase the costs involved. Having your brakes inspected during a routine maintenance visit can help save you both time and money.

Discs should be inspected for rough spots, warping or damage. If they are shiny and show little signs of wear, maintenance is likely not needed. If they are damaged or warped, these parts should be resurfaced or replaced immediately.

Your vehicle has rubber and metal brake lines that can crack and leak. Our technicians will first examine the rubber hoses to ensure they are soft and don't have cracks. They'll then check the hard metal brake lines for corrosion and leaking. If either is damaged, replacement is recommended.

Batteries

Today's vehicles are very complex machines that rely on many operating systems. That's why it's more important than ever to ensure your battery operates at peak performance. At Lincoln of Cutler Bay, we know exactly what battery is needed for your vehicle and can have you fully powered in no time.

Tires

Maintaining your tires not only helps keep you safe, it also helps your vehicle run more efficiently and extends the life of the tires themselves. Following these simple steps will help ensure you get the most out of your tires:

• Have your tires rotated every 5,000 to 8,000 miles – see tire manufacturer for specific recommendations.
• Check the pressure of all tires, including your spare, at least once a month when the tires are "cold," meaning that the vehicle hasn't been driven for at least three hours. Recommended air pressure for your tires can be found on the placard typically placed on the driver's side doorjamb.
• Have your tires inspected during every service visit.

Questions about maintaining your Lincoln?