Dunedin City Ford

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service@dcford.co.nz     service@dcford.co.nz      service@dcmazda.co.nz    mgreene@dcmotors.co.nz

 

  • We have full service and parts departments that cater to all clients fleet and private.
  • We are the authorized agents for Ford in Dunedin and Oamaru.
  • We are the authorized agents for Mazda in Dunedin and Otago.
  • We use the latest in vehicle servicing and repair technology to insure we get your car serviced quickly and easily.  We have loan cars available upon request (a fee may apply).
  • Looking for Ford or Mazda parts?  Then don’t go past Dunedin City Motors.  We are the agents for Ford and Mazda in the greater Dunedin/Otago area and can find the part you need.  We also have great range of accessories to choose from. Contact us for all your motoring needs.

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Ford Parts Department

Hours: 8am to 5.15pm Weekdays
Phone: (03) 466 4060
Email: parts@dcford.co.nz

Ford Service Department

Hours: 8.00am to 5.00pm Weekdays, 9.00am to 12.00pm Saturdays (by appointment)
Phone: (03) 466 4060
Email: service@dcford.co.nz

Mazda Parts Department

Hours: 8.00am to 5.00pm Weekdays
431 Andersons Bay Road, Dunedin
Phone: 03 466 4046 or Freephone 0508 323 626
Email: parts@dcmazda.co.nz 

Mazda Service Department

Hours: 8.00am to 5.00pm Weekdays, 9.00am to 12.00pm Saturdays (by appointment)
431 Andersons Bay Road, Dunedin

Phone: (03) 466 4061
Email:
service@dcmazda.co.nz

 

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CAR CARE TIPS

Have you looked in your vehicle owner's manual? Try -- it's a best source of information on your vehicle maintenance. You will be amazed how much useful info you can find in this book.
If you want to know how to check -- and how often to check -- the engine oil or how to change a bulb, your owner's manual can guide you. Need to know how to use an overdrive when towing a trailer, or how to change the tyre and where is the jack located? What about recommended intervals for engine and transmission checks? Well, all this type of information is in there.
• Engine oil
The engine oil is what lubricates all the metal and moving parts in your engine and prevents them from grinding together and tearing due to friction. Your engine cannot survive without it.
You can never check your engine oil too often. Checks at regular intervals on long road trips are recommended. In between engine oil changes, you can check the oil level by locating the dipstick in the engine bay. The oil level will be indicated on the dipstick. Make sure it is not below the minimum level. Don’t be alarmed if the oil seems to be changing colour, towards a black as this indicates it is working.
To keep your car in tip top condition, always comply with the recommendations and service schedule outlined in your owners’ manual.
• Tyre pressure and condition
Checking your tyre pressure should be done once a week, ideally when the tyres are relatively cold. Tyre pressure can affect your fuel economy, safety and maximum use from your tyres. Refer to your owner’s manual for the optimum tyre pressure required for your car. When checking tyre pressures also look for any damage such as tatters and tears, punctures, uneven wear, foreign objects and so on. If you detect uneven wear, your wheels may need to be rotated or a wheel alignment may be required. Regular wheel alignments save you money and wear on your tyres. Select wheel alignment on your service booking form to ensure you receive tyre longevity.
• Wipers
If your windscreen wipers smear, jitter or squeak, it’s time to change them. Ineffective wipers can effect your ability to see the road ahead and therefore impact on your driving safety. Wiper blades should be replaced every six months. Select wiper blade replacement on your service booking form to see clearly on your next trip.
• Washer bottle
A regular check on the windscreen wiper bottle will avoid the inconvenience of running out of just when you need it. The cap is located in the engine bay, usually labelled with a diagram. Just fill it up with clean water and any additives for the ability to see clearly out of your windscreen.
• Coolant level
A coolant is needed to help prevent overheating (antifreeze) and seizure. Coolants should be replaced at recommended intervals as specified in your owners’ manual. In between, it’s worth doing a regular check on the coolant level to detect any leakages or defects. Always check your coolant when the engine is cold. When topping it up, simply locate the coolant in the engine bay, unscrew the top, add the coolant until it reaches the ‘full’ mark, then replace the cap tightly.
Have you looked in your owners manual? Try -- it is the best source of information on your vehicle maintenance. You will be amazed how much useful info you can find in the book. If you want to know how to check -- and how often to check -- the engine oil or something

 

Services Enquiry

Please fill out the service enquiry form below to arrange a service time and we will come back to you as soon as possible to confirm details.

Providing great customer service is important to us here at Dunedin City Motors.

We look forward to your online service enquiry.



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