Kwik Kar's Signature ServiceAir Filter ServicesAir Conditioning ServiceAlignment ServicesBattery MainenanceBrake Flush ServiceBrake ServiceCabin Air FilterDifferential ServiceEngine Diagnostic ServiceFuel Filter ServiceFuel Injection ServicePCV Valve ServicePower Steering ServiceRadiator Flush ServiceSerpentine Belt ServiceShocks & StrutsState Inspection ServiceTiming Belt/Chain ServiceTire Rotation & BalanceTransmission ServiceTune-Up Services30/60/90K Scheduled MaintenanceNitrogen Tire Service
Full Service Oil and Lube Kwik Kar’s Full Service Oil and Lube is a must for your vehicle’s regular maintenance. It’s not just an oil change. It’s a preventative maintenance program designed to maintain the safety and extend the life of your vehicle.

Kwik Kar’s 20 Point Oil Change service includes:

• Oil change with up to 5 quarts of oil
• Replace oil filter
• Lubricate chassis (when applicable)
• Check air filter
• Check and fill differential (when applicable)
• Check and fill power steering fluid
• Check and fill anti-freeze/radiator fluidFull Service Oil & Lube
• Check and fill transmission fluid
• Check and fill transfer case (when applicable)
• Visual battery check
• Check breather element (when applicable)
• Check all belts
• Check wiper blades
• Check and fill windshield washer fluid
• Check A/C or cabin air filter
• Check tire pressure
• Check brake fluid level
• Check throttle body and air induction system
• Vacuum front interior
• Free fluid top-offs between 3,000 mile oil change intervals

Kwik Kar recommends a full service oil and lube every 3,000 miles or 3 months.

Air Filter Service
The engine air filtration system aids in filtering the air’s contaminants and helps to ensure the correct air/fuel mixture.

The Engine Air Filtration System may consist of the following components:

• Engine Air Filter
• Breather Element, if equipped
• PCV Valve, if equipped

The Engine Air Filter reduces harmful dirt particles from entering the engine’s air intake system where they may cause engine damage.

The Breather Element helps filter the air pulled into the engine crankcase by the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) system or a metered orifice.

The PCV Valve or metered orifice regulates the flow of crankcase fumes into the intake manifold so they can be burned and help maintain proper cankcase pressure.

As engine air filtration components become restricted, airflow is reduced, which could lead to poor acceleration, reduced engine performance, reduced fuel economy, oil leaks as well as other issues.

As part of the Kwik Kar 20 point oil change service, we visually inspect the engine air filtration system components and recommend replacement, as necessary.

Kwik Kar recommends an air filter service every 12,000 miles or 12 months.

Air Conditioning Service
A good air conditoning system is a must in hot weather, humid conditions like rainstorms, when pollution levels are high and for properly defogging your windows (removes moisture in the air). Trust Kwik Kar to keep you cool.

We offer a special air conditioning performance check service to identify any leaks or mechanical problems. Regardless of vehicle manufacturer, our technicians are equipped to diagnose and repair your vehicles air conditioning system.

Take advantage of our A/C service to maximize the output and efficiency of your air conditioning system.

Kwik Kar’s Air Conditioning Service includes:

• Inspect system for leaks (hoses, couplings, valves, evaporator, etc.)Air Conditioning Service
• Recover any old refrigerant
• Remove refrigerant and store in an environmentally safe storage and recycling unit
• Evacuate the system – minimum 30 minutes
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension
• Clean condenser fins if needed
• Remove moisture which can cause a chemical reaction with the refrigerant resulting in corrosion, contamination and eventual system failure
• Test compressor operation
• Fill with proper O.E. amount of refrigerant (refrigerant extra)
• Pressure test and check for leaks
• Check output temperature
• Check proper operations of controls, blower motor and cooling fan (engine)
• Check antifreeze (engine coolant)

Kwik Kar recommends an air conditioning system inspection every 12,000 miles or 12 months.

Alignment Service
Research indicates that the average car is driven about 12,000 miles per year. A car with toe alignment just 0.34 degrees (just 0.17 inches) out of specifications has dragged its tires sideways for over 68 miles by the end of the year!

Symptoms of a car that’s out of alignment:

• Excessive or uneven tire wearAllignment Service
• Steering wheel pulls to the left or right
• Feeling of looseness or wandering
• Steering wheel vibration or shimmy
• Steering wheel is not centered when car is moving straight ahead

Benefits of a car that’s properly aligned:

Reduced Tire Wear
Improper alignment is a major cause of premature tire wear. Over the years, a properly aligned vehicle can add thousands of miles to tire life.

Better Gas Mileage
Gas mileage increases as rolling resistance decreases. Total alignment sets all four wheels parallel which, along with proper inflation, minimizes rolling resistance.

Improved Handling
Does your car pull to one side, does the steering wheel vibrate, do you constantly have to move the steering wheel to keep your car traveling straight ahead? Many handling problems can be corrected by total alignment. With all the system components aligned properly, road shock is more efficiently absorbed for a smoother ride.

Safer Driving
A suspension system inspection is part of our alignment procedure. This allows us to spot worn parts before they cause costly problems.

Kwik Kar recommends an alignment service any time the symptoms described above occur.

Battery MaintenanceBattery Service
Kwik Kar offers customers the value-added benefit of a battery service. This is the most inclusive starting and charging system check and battery installation process in the industry and includes:

• A full analysis of your battery’s condition, including its state of charge and ability to hold a charge.

• An inspection and analysis of the car’s starting and charging system, including the starter, the alternator and the voltage regulator.

• A cleaning of the battery’s connection and cable ends, as well as an application of corrosion protection.

• Installation of a new battery if purchased from a Kwik Kar.

Kwik Kar stocks one of the most complete lines of automotive batteries available.

In order to choose the best battery for your needs, you should consider the following: vehicle manufacturer’s specifications, driving habits, and any additional accessories, such as extra lighting, stereos, CBs, etc.

Most customers agree more power is better. That is why they often choose to exceed the bare minimum power requirements of their vehicle’s manufacturer.

Kwik Kar recommends battery maintenance every 12,000 miles or 12 months.

Brake Flush ServiceBrake Flush Service
The Problem

Over time and use, brake fluid becomes oxidized and contaminated. In addition, heat and moisture cause corrosion on parts and brake fluid failure. Symptoms include a spongy brake pedal and discolored brake fluid.

The Solution

We inspect the entire brake system for leaks, master cylinder corrosion, worn pneumatic parts, harmful varnish build-up, broken or rusted bleeder valves, worn rotors and drums and air in the brake lines. Old brake fluid is replaced with DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid. The result will be a longer lasting, more efficient and safer braking system.

Brake Service
Your car’s brakes work hard. And the job they do is critical to your safety. That’s why it’s so important for you to be aware of how your brakes work, and to be alert for signs that your brakes need maintenance. Here you’ll find an overview of braking systems, and tips to help you know when it’s time for brake service. No matter what your brake system needs, Kwik Kar is here to help make sure your car is functioning precisely.

Brake ServiceToday’s braking systems are composed of a number of integral parts all working together to ensure that your vehicle stops properly. Generally speaking, by depressing the brake pedal, you are telling the master cylinder to compress brake fluid, which in turn sends hydraulic pressure through brake lines that activate your vehicle’s brake pads (or shoes). These pads then make contact with spinning rotors (or drums), slowing down or stopping the vehicle. More complex systems use sensors to activate the brake system, but the desired effect is the same.

The parts that make up your vehicle’s brake system wear down over time and eventually need to be replaced. The most common brake repair performed is the replacement of brake pads. Whether composed of ceramic, semi-metallic, or organic materials, brake pads erode each time you depress the brake pedal. If the pads wear down too much without being replaced, the metal housing for the pads will make contact with the metal rotors (or drums), which may produce not only a safety issue but a situation where the rotors/drums are required to be replaced as a result of the prolonged contact of metal parts without the pad buffer which can be very costly.

There are several warning signs that your vehicle can give you before your brakes may reach the point of potential failure or extensive repair. Simply using your sense of hearing, sight and touch may alert you to a potential problem.

Below are some of the common questions you should ask yourself concerning your vehicle’s brake system:

• Is your brake warning light on when driving?
• Is your brake fluid low, or appear very dirty?
• Do you hear a grinding sound or a squealing sound when you apply the brake pedal?
• Do you feel a pulsation or some sponginess in the brake pedal when it is depressed?
• Does your vehicle steer or pull to one side when braking?

These are the most common signs that can suggest a potential brake system problem that should be addressed immediately. Any other sights, sounds or sensations in the brake system that seem out of the ordinary should also be taken into consideration. Most times, brake system problems will only escalate if disregarded.

• Technicians at Kwik Kar are trained to service today’s complex brake systems. They can inspect your vehicle’s braking system to ensure that it is functioning properly or to diagnose a problem and offer suggestions and an estimate for repair.

• From brake pad replacement, servicing rotors, replacing brake cylinders, to addressing Anti-Lock Brake System issues, Kwik Kar provides full repair service for all your vehicle’s brake components.

• Additionally, we can perform routine maintenance as suggested by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Most often this is a brake system flush, which involves the removal of air and moisture from brake lines and the replacement of brake fluid. Whatever your vehicle’s brake system needs, Kwik Kar can perform the service to help ensure its proper working condition. Trust Kwik Kar for your vehicle’s brake service maintenance and repairs.

Kwik Kar recommends a brake service any time the symptoms described above occur.

Cabin Air Filter ServiceCabin Air Filter Service
The inside of your car is six times more polluted than the outside air. Couple that with the fact that people usually spend around 21 hours per week in their cars, and a lot of pollution is being breathed in. Luckily, vehicle manufacturers are now equipping cars with cabin air filters.

A cabin air filter, installed at Kwik Kar, can block 99.5% of the pollutants entering your vehicle. The electrostatically charged filter works like a magnet to stop pollen, dust and other airborne contaminants in their tracks. Have yours changed today and breathe more easily.

Differential Service
Gearbox fluid provides lubrication for the sets of bearings, shafts and gears located in the different types of gearboxes which operate under high stress and high heat.

What We Do:

• Remove and inspect the fill plug
• Remove and inspect the drain plug
• Flush and vacuum the old gear oil out of the gearbox
• Reinstall the drain plug
• Fill the differential with up to 5 pints of new gear oil
• Reinstall the fill plug

Why We Do It:

• Helps protect against bearing and gear failure
• Prevents abnormal wear on gears due to poor lubrication
• Prevents gear overheating

Engine Diagnostic Service
In order to meet Federal Exhaust Emission and Fuel Economy regulations, today’s vehicles are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. Your vehicle’s onboard computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that convert engine operating conditions into electrical signals.

Based on the information and instructions stored in the computer program, commands are then sent to three primary systems:

Engine Diagnostic Service• Ignition System
• Fuel System
• Emission Control System

and can ultimately illuminate a “check engine” light. About 85% of vehicles on the road have either a check engine light on or some other safety issue such as a broken license-plate light, loose gas cap, a worn spark plug, poor emissions, low transmission fluid or cracked hoses and belts, according to the Car Care Council, a nonprofit consumer-education organization.

The first step to determine the problem behind an engine light is hooking up a scan tool or code reader to an On-Board Diagnostics connector that usually sticks out from under the driver’s side of the dashboard.

Fuel Filter ServiceFuel Filter Service
Every time a driver presses a vehicle’s gas pedal, they are controlling how much air and fuel enters the engine. The air filter helps keep debris from entering the engine and a fuel filter helps protect the fuel system.

The fuel from the fuel tank is typically pumped from a pump inside the fuel tank to the engine. In the line between the fuel tank and the engine, a fuel filter is typically present to help protect the fuel system. As a fuel filter slowly becomes clogged, the restricted fuel flow could lead to poor acceleration and reduced engine performance as well as other issues.

Kwik Kar’s Fuel Filter service includes:

• Removal of old fuel filter
• Installing a new quality fuel filter
• Inspection for leaks after installation

Fuel Injection Service
If it has been a year or 15,000 miles, your engine could have already built up deposits. Dirt, varnish build-up, corrosion and carbon deposits restrict the flow of air and fuel to your engine. This happens with all fuel-injected vehicles.

The Problem

Deposits in the fuel and air intake system that cause:

• Hard startingFuel Injection Service
• Stalling
• Rough idling
• Hesitation
• Knocking
• Loss of power
• Poor fuel economy
• Increased emissions
• A need for higher octane gas

The Solution

Completely clean the entire fuel system of deposits:

• Fuel lines
• Fuel injectors
• Intake valves
• Combustion chambers
• Throttle plate and throttle valve

Restore the fuel system to its original design for:

• Maximum performance – easy starting, smooth idling, increased power, eliminate knocking
• Maximun fuel economy
• Minimum emissions

Routine fuel system maintenance helps avoid expensive repairs.

For performance, safety and the life of your vehicle, make sure a Fuel System Tune-up is a part of your normal maintenance schedule.

PCV Valve ServiceAir Filter Service
The engine air filtration system aids in filtering the air’s contaminants and helps to ensure the correct air/fuel mixture.

The Engine Air Filtration System may consist of the following components:

• Engine Air Filter
• Breather Element, if equipped
• PCV Valve, if equipped

The Engine Air Filter reduces harmful dirt particles from entering the engine’s air intake system where they may cause engine damage.

The Breather Element helps filter the air pulled into the engine crankcase by the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) system or a metered orifice.

The PCV Valve or metered orifice regulates the flow of crankcase fumes into the intake manifold so they can be burned and help maintain proper cankcase pressure.

As engine air filtration components become restricted, airflow is reduced, which could lead to poor acceleration, reduced engine performance, reduced fuel economy, oil leaks as well as other issues.

As part of the Kwik Kar 20 point oil change service, we visually inspect the engine air filtration system components and recommend replacement, as necessary.

Power Steering Service
The Problem

Dirty, neglected power steering fluid can:

• Cause noise and increased steering effort.Power Steering Service
• Reduce steering effectiveness.
• Harden seals and cause leakage.
• Cause expensive repairs of power steering components.

The power steering rack which can cost as much as $1,000 to replace.

The Solution

Wynn’s Power Steering System Flush Service:

• Removes the old fluid from the reservoir.
• Vacuum flushes the entire system with a proprietary product formulated to loosen and remove sludge and other contaminants from the system.
• Refills the system with the correct manufacturer recommended fluid.
• Restores steering performance.

Helps prevent sluggish steering on cold mornings.
Reduces or eliminates steering noise.
Provides proper lubrication of power steering components.
Helps avoid premature, unexpected and expensive steering system failures.

For safety and the life of your vehicle, make sure power steering service is part of your normal maintenance schedule.

Radiator Flush ServiceRadiator Flush Service
Cooling system failure is the leading cause of mechanical failure while driving on the highway. And if your cooling system fails, your engine and transmission could suffer major stress-related damage.

The benefits of a Kwik Kar Radiator Flush Service:

• Provides the best method of factory recommended cooling system service.

• Protects agains coolent contamination.

• Removes rust and scale deposits that can cause overheating and breakdown.

• Protects against cooling system leaks.

A standard drain and fill replaces only about half of the contaminated coolant. A Kwik Kar Radiator Flush Service removes up to 95% of contaminated coolant and replaces it with fresh coolant, plus proprietary product that can help prevent minor leaks, foaming and corrosion.

Serpentine Belt ServiceSerpentine Belt Service
Imagine your car without the air conditioner compressor, air pump, alternator, cooling fan, power steering pump, water pump, and other accessories. That’s exactly what you’ll have if your serpentine belt snaps. So it’s important to have it inspected regularly, and replaced according to your manufacturer’s recommended schedule.

As part of the complete maintenance check you receive with every full-service oil change, we visually inspect your car’s serpentine belt. If it has more than four cracks per inch in the ribbed section of the belt, and/or cracks that penetrate more than halfway through the thickness of the belt, it should be replaced.

Still, the serpentine belt’s appearance doesn’t always reveal whether it’s on the verge of failure. Be sure to have it replaced on schedule — no matter how it looks. For most vehicles, this only takes about 10 to 15 minutes.

Shocks & StrutsShocks & Struts
Shocks and struts are one of the critical components that control your vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability. As they begin to wear or degrade, they lose their ability to control lean or sway and provide tire grip or adhesion when encountering bumps. A shock absorber’s firmness or control affects the rate of weight transfer from one side to another in a turn. Excessive weight transfer from bad shock absorbers can cause the unloading tire to pass from sticking to slipping or sliding, very abruptly. A loss of stability and vehicle control can compromise your vehicle’s safety and the safety of the passengers who ride with you. It’s important for drivers to understand that shocks and struts play a critical role in their vehicle’s safety.

Remember, properly functioning shocks and struts will:

• Keep your tires on the road
• Give the vehicle a comfortable ride
• Help maintain alignment
• Stabilize the vehicle
• Prolong the life of other parts of the suspension

When a shock or strut is not operating properly, you may notice several warning signs:

• Your car will continue to “rock” after hitting a bump
• Your car’s ride will begin to feel bouncy or mushy
• Nose dives on hard braking
• Excessive fluid leakage
• Broken or worn bushings
• Unusual tire wear

Because these changes occur gradually over time, they may be difficult to notice. Kwik Kar can inspect your shocks and strut for you anytime.

State Inspection ServiceState Inspection Service
All Texas registered vehicles are required to receive an annual inspection. All inspections include a comprehensive safety inspection; however some vehicles are required to have an emissions test in addition to the safety inspection. Diesel powered vehicles and motorcycles are exempt from the emissions standards, but are still required to have the annual safety inspection.

Below is a list of safety items that are checked in order to receive a valid state inspection sticker:

• Horn
• Windshield Wipers
• Mirrors
• Steering
• Seat Belts
• Brake System
• Tires
• Wheel Assembly
• Exhaust System
• Exhaust Emission System
• Beam Indicator
• Tail Lamps
• Stop Lamps
• License Plate Lamp
• Rear Red Reflectors
• Turn Signal Lamps
• Head Lamps
• Motor, Serial or Vehicle Identification Number
• Window Tint
• Gas Caps
• Financial Responsibility

Please note: Not all Kwik Kar locations perform vehicle state inspections. Please contact the store prior to your visit to determine if the service is available.

Timing Belt/Chain ServiceTiming Belt: Chain Service
Many of today’s engines use timing belts, but not all. Some engines use a timing chain and sprocket arrangement. A timing belt is a precision component with teeth that mesh exactly with its mating sprockets. Especially critical is uniformity of the teeth and their spacing. The belt’s teeth are precision molded from a special rubber compound for good mesh and long life. The belt’s inherent tensile (stretch-resistant) qualities come from high strength cords that run parallel with the direction of belt travel.


The timing belt maintains crankshaft-to-camshaft synchronization, keeping valve operation matched to piston position. On some engines, the belt also drives other components. These include the oil pump, water pump, and balance shafts.

The Solution

Check your car’s owner’s manual for information on timing belt maintenance. Manufacturers generally recommend a certain mileage for belt replacement. If the timing belt is not replaced at the suggested interval, the belt could break, leaving you stranded and possibly causing major engine damage. If you’re having the timing belt replaced, consider replacing other parts that may be accessed at the same time. The water pump, timing belt sprockets and tensioning pulleys are good examples. Check with a qualified service technician if you have questions about your car’s needs for timing belt maintenance.

Tire Rotation & Balance
Tire rotation and balance helps protect tires against uneven wear by moving the tire location on the vehicle. Most tires will exhibit some form of wear based on numerous factors including: wheel alignment, miles driven, driving style and habits, and tire location on the vehicle. By moving or “rotating” the tires as recommended by the vehicle manufacturers, tires may wear more evenly; helping extend the life of the tires.

Kwik Kar Tire Rotation and Balance service includes:

• Check tire pressure and inflate/deflate to recommended PSI

• Inspect tires to identify visible damage or abnormal wear patterns

• Rotate tires according to pattern recommended by manufacturer

• Installing lug nuts/bolts to the proper torque specifications

Transmission ServiceGangschaltung
Over 90% of all automatic transmission failures are due to overheating and fluid contamination.

The Problem

Automatice Transmission Fluid (ATF) services are often neglected and even when performed, are often incomplete. This can lead to automatice transmission shifting problems and premature repairs or replacement.

• 90% of automatic tramission failures are due to overheating and fluid contamination.

• A typical transmission drain and refill service replaces only 40% of the old contaiminated ATF.
– The remainder is trapped inside valve bodies, the torque converter and transmission cooler lines.
– New ATF from a conventional drain and refill service can often loosen damaging sludge and varnish deposits leading to shift problems and even transmission failure.
– Automatic transmission replacement can cost $2,000 or more.

The Solution

Take care of you automatice transmission by routinely performing Kwik Kar’s Transmission Flush Service. This service utilizes patented equipment and specially formulate chemicals to solve the problems often associated with conventional drain and refill services.

• Removes 95% of the used contaminated fluid.

• A specially formulated Transmission Flush chemical safely removes harmful sludge and varnish deposits which are removed with the old fluid.

• Proprietary conditioning chemicals are added to the new ATF to:
– Help extend transmission fluid life.
– Smooth rough or hard shifting problems.
– Help revitalize seals and o-rings to help stop and prevent leaks.

• Kwik Kar’s unique transmission flush equipment carriers both patents and is approved by major vehicle manufacturers.

Tune-Up ServiceTune-Up Service
Your car’s engine is made up of hundreds of complex components working together to ensure that your vehicle starts and runs properly. Over time, however, these components can wear out, resulting in a loss of performance and fuel economy. The technicians at Kwik Kar are trained to work on today’s high tech engines. We’re here to help maintain your vehicle and extend its life.

The nature of an engine “tune-up” has changed considerably over the years, but the basics of how a gasoline engine works has not. Clean gas and air needs to be driven to the vehicle’s cylinders where combustion initiated by a spark plug creates the power necessary to move a heavy vehicle. Clogged fuel injectors, dirty air and fuel filters, and corroded spark plugs can all decrease engine performance and contribute to decreased gas mileage and performance. That’s why we examine your vehicle’s air filter when your stop in, and why we recommend that you follow manufacturer’s recommendations for replacing such key components as fuel filters, PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valves, and spark plugs when they are no longer working at maximum efficiency.

It may be time for a “tune-up” if you notice one or more of the conditions below when starting or driving your vehicle:

• a decrease in gas mileage
• a noticeable loss in power
• your engine running “rough” or stalling when at a stop
• engine “knocking” when accelerating or running-on after the ignition is turned off
• your “Check Engine” or “Service Engine” light remaining on after initial start-up

A standard tune-up, or spark plug replacement, done at the suggested maintenance interval will make an engine easier to start, improve fuel economy, lower emissions and restore lost power. Another (often overlooked) service designed to help your vehicle’s engine running properly is the cleaning of fuel injectors and the fuel intake system. When dirt and deposits collect on fuel injectors, the amount of fuel delivered to the engine is restricted, leading to deterioration in performance and responsiveness. At Kwik Kar, our trained technicians can perform a Fuel Injection Service that will remove these deposits and help your vehicle maximize its performance and gas mileage capabilities. Regular maintenance of your vehicle’s fuel ignition system is the key to reliability, fuel efficiency, and effective engine performance. From fixing a fuel system problem when it occurs to helping you prevent one from happening in the future, the technicians at Kwik Kar are there to keep your engine “tuned-up” and ready to go.

30/60/90K Scheduled Maintenancespeedometer dial showing mileage
Maintenance Services:

• Premier 50 pt. safety service
• Drain & renew engine oil & oil filter
• Replace spark plugs (platinum plugs due at 90K – additional charge)
• Replace fuel filter
• Replace air filter
• Replace A/C cabin filter
• Replace serpentine/drive belts
• Replace PCV valve
• Replace wiper blades
• Flush radiator/cooling system
• Flush transmission fluid
• Flush brake fluid
• Flush fuel injection system
• Flush power steering system
• Flush engine system
• Check, clean & adjust brakes (replace if needed)
• Rotate tires & adjust air pressure
• Computer balance all four wheels
• Service & check battery
• Top off all fluid levels
• Check A/C & heater operation
• Lubricate suspension, ball joints & grease points
• Reset service maintenance light

Inspection Items:

• PCV, emission system
• Coolant protection & pH
• Air breather & filter
• All hoses
• Check engine fan operation
• Check clutch (adjust/replace if needed)
• Suspension & steering components
• Exhaust system
• Brake lines, brake master cylinder & hoses
• Suspension alignment & tire wear
• Engine/transmission mounts
• Timing belt
• Distributor cap & rotor
• Ignition wires
• CV joints & boots

Nitrogen Tire ServiceNitrogen Tire Service
High-Purity Nitrogen Tire Inflation

PurigeN98 has set the new standard when it comes to High-Purity nitrogen tire inflation gases. Only PurigeN98 is guaranteed to give you the benefits you deserve.





Only PurigeN98 dealers use our state of the art equipment and have been trained to properly convert your air-filled tires to High-Purity Nitrogen filled tires. Only PurigeN98 dealers are authorized to use our signature blue caps to identify that you have PurigeN98 High-Purity nitrogen filled tires.

AMERICA HAS AN “UNDER INFLATION” PROBLEM… Under-Inflated tires can be found on nearly eight out of every ten vehicles on the road today. Under inflated tires use more fuel, wear out quicker, lead to premature tire failures, and are a detriment to the environment. For many years consumers were advised to regularly check their tire pressure, yet most motorists will admit that they rarely do.

THERE IS A BETTER WAY…High-Purity nitrogen tire inflation has been used for many years by industry professionals. They use nitrogen in tires primarily for increased safety, better pressure retention and increased pressure stability. While High-Purity nitrogen tire inflation does not relieve the motorist from checking their tire pressure regularly, nitrogen in tires will on average maintain a safe level of tire pressure for a much longer period of time. In addition, nitrogen in tires will reduce tire aging, wheel oxidation and reduce pressure swings caused by moisture found in regular compressed air.

Please note: All Kwik Kar locations do not offer all listed services. Please contact the store prior to your visit to determine if the service is available.



Your vehicle has hundreds of moving parts all working together.  Through regular driving over time these parts simply wear out or no longer perform they way they should.

To make sure that your vehicle is running at its best, your vehicle manufacturer recommends that certain parts and systems are checked at specific intervals.  By following their recommendations more costly repairs on the road may be avoided.

At Team Kwik Kar we follow your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.  When a maintenance service is suggested based on the mileage or age of your vehicle, our auto care advisers will explain what each maintenance service includes and why it is important for the health of your vehicle.  Your vehicle manufacturer recommends services, inspections, and part repairs at regularly scheduled intervals to keep your vehicle running, as it should.  At Team Kwik Kar we offer maintenance services that follow the schedule as recommended in your owner’s manual.  Go to www.carcare.org for independent council on service intervals.


Let’s face it, nobody likes having to spend money on his or her cars, but it is a fact of life.  If you drive your car or truck it will need to be maintained.  If regular maintenance is let go for too long then repairs are likely to cost more.

At Team Kwik Kar we prioritize repairs in a “Do Now” and “Can Wait Till Later” system, making the scheduling and cost of repairs a little easier to bare.

Our mechanics are A.S.E .certified.  Our lead mechanic technician is an A.S.E. L1 master.  He holds 7 certifications in various automotive repair categories.


Kwik Kar’s 20 Point Service
Kwik Kar’s Signature Service is a must for your vehicle’s regular maintenance. It’s not just an oil change. It’s a preventative maintenance program designed to maintain the safety and extend the life of your vehicle.

Kwik Kar’s Signature Service is recommended every 3000 miles or 3 months.



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