Service Appointment Request


Schedule Car Repair from Home to Save Time with Our Fresno Nissan Dealership's Appointment Request Tool

Whether you're looking for a Fresno car repair venue near Clovis and Madera with the acumen for more extensive work, or you're simply planning to get a quick car fix out of Selma or Visalia, we make convenient, time-saving auto repair scheduling a breeze using our Service Appointment Request tool. Just log in using a phone number, confirmation code, or using stored account info. If you're new to our Fresno, CA Nissan dealership, feel free to provide us a few initial details. And if you're on the go and in need of a quick service appointment, our express service option's available. We'll be to bring you in as soon as we can.

In the meantime, staying up to date on the needs of your car, truck, or SUV is a good idea. Wondering whether you require a basic service or two? Feel free to ask one of our Nissan service experts!

How Often Should I Change My Car's Oil?

Several elements factor into your decision here. Most manufacturers recommend an interval of 7,500 miles or more between oil changes, up to 10,000 miles, or as intermittently as every 15,000 miles. Why so variable? The needs of a vehicle are often dependent upon manufacturer moniker and engine type. The best way to decide if your oil requires replacement is to consult your owner's manual or your automaker's maintenance schedule.

When Do I Need New Tires?

Usually, if you have less than 2/32 inches of tread depth remaining, or your wheels have seen 10 years of use, it's a good idea to get a new set installed. But if you notice significant loss of tread or damage from elemental exposure, it's a good idea to consult the tire replacement schedule in your owner's manual or bring your car in to see us here at Lithia Nissan of Fresno for an inspection.

My Brakes Squeak; Do I Need a Repair?

Reduced responsiveness, pulling to one side, a grinding or growling noise, a vibrating brake pedal - each, or all, of these may indicate brake or rotor problems. But a good way to determine if you need a repair or replacement is to take a look at your vehicle's brake pads. Is there less than 1/4 inches of brake padding left? Is normal brake rotor rust remaining with brake activation, leading to that tell-tale noise when you depress the brake pedal? If so, a metal shim's failing condition may be causing the sound to persist, but it could be several other possibilities. Our Fresno Nissan service center will be happy to help you figure them out.

Ready to Visit? We're Just a Scenic Central Valley Drive Away

In advance of your trip, we at Lithia Nissan of Fresno welcome you to our dealer showroom! You'll find us at home in Fresno, located at 5580 North Blackstone Ave. And should questions arise or concerns present beforehand regarding your service trip, you're more than welcome to reach out, either via our website contact form or with a friendly phone call. We look forward to meeting you!

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