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Hyundai Car Service

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Service

  • You never pay more than the quotes you authorise and always less than at the agents
  • We will bring you home (or to work) for free
  • We offer you the best repair for your car

As good as the agents

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Service Intervals

Oil change service every 15 000km or yearly.

Air Filter & Fuel Filter - every 30 000 km interval but can last up to  100 000 km in modern vehicles. Read more...

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Cambelt

Most cambelts need to be changed at 90 000 km or after 6 years, but this can vary from every 60 000 km to 180 000 km. Cambelts age and can tear if not changed in time, which will cause major engine damage. Read more...

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Spark Plugs

Every 30 000 km but can last up to 100 000 km for platinum or iridium spark plugs in modern vehicles. Read more..

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Transmission Fluid

The change intervals vary from every 45 000 km to a "life-time" fill. But even for vehicles with a life-time fill the oil deteriorates and we recommend a change at around 200 000 km or 10 years. Read more...

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Powersteering Fluid

Most vehicles come with a life-time fill of powersteering fluid. 

Autoworks recommends changing the transmission fluid at 200 000 km or after 10 years. Read more...

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Brake Fluid Flush

Every 2 years.

Brake fluid is hygroscopic (binds water) and deteriorates quite quickly especially in coastal towns. Read more...

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Coolant Flush

Every 2 years.

High quality coolants last longer and give better protection.
Ask us about the recommended coolant for your vehicle. Read more...

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Aircon Service

Every 3 years.

As the A/C looses tiny amount of coolants over time, it looses performance. Oil in the coolant protects the moving parts of the A/C. Read more...

Expert Mechanic

Blessings

Blessings joined the autoWORKS team as an apprentice at our Salt river branch in 2013. He qualified as a motor mechanic through autoWORKS and is one of our most skilled technicians.

Blessings is working as a technician at our Salt River branch and we are very proud of the growth and potential he has shown. Blessings has mastered his trade and has exceptional knowledge of BMW repairs. 

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Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

To ensure that your much-loved wheels are in tiptop shape, regular Hyundai services are essential. While some motorists believe that their car should only be checked when a problem arises, having regularly scheduled services as per your Hyundai’s car service schedule plan will ensure that problems do not arise. This keeps your car in good working order, and ensures a longer-lasting engine as well as other parts. Just like you wouldn’t put your health at risk, you should never put your car at risk by neglecting to keep up with scheduled checks. If you are driving a pre-owned Hyundai, make sure that you have the car manual and schedule – plus its service history. Higher mileage cars are especially important to service regularly to ensure that all parts continue to run smoothly. On average, services can be done at every 5 000km – 6 000km.

 

At your Hyundai service, a number of parts will be checked, cleaned and/or replaced. Services will depend on the mileage and overall condition of your Hyundai, and a typical car service could include the following:
  • Change oil and check oil filter
  • Top up all under bonnet fluid levels
  • Check pollen filter (if fitted)
  • Check brakes and brake fluid
  • Check steering
  • Check suspension and tyres
  • Change air filter
  • Change fuel filter
  • Change spark plugs if necessary


In addition to scheduled services, your Hyundai may require a non-scheduled service. Certain models have had reported problems with transmission, acceleration, brakes and battery - these being the most commonly reported issues that could arise. Regular services will ensure that these parts are thoroughly checked, saving you much time and hassle in the long run. To ensure that your Hyundai gets the best possible service, it is well advised to take your car to our reputable auto service centre. Qualified and experienced technicians will be able to assess your car and perform various service checks, and will be able to advise you if any parts need to be replaced or fixed. Far too many mechanics and service centres give customers less value for more money, and it is therefore important to consult a repair centre that you can trust. Visit autoWORKS for an auto repair shop that fully understands your car, offering the best service at the best prices.

Find a Car Service:

*If your car is not listed please contact us.

Hyundai Accent 1.6 (2006-2011) 15 000km
R 1095.00
incl. VAT
Hyundai Accent 1.6 (2011-2018) 15 000km
R 1195.00
incl. VAT
Hyundai Atos 1.1 (2005-2013) 15 000km
R 995.00
incl. VAT
Hyundai Elantra 1.6 [J5] (2011-2015) 15 000km
R 995.00
incl. VAT

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