Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, Dodge Service in Olds 

At Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, our highly qualified technicians are here to provide exceptional service in a timely manner. From oil changes to transmission replacements, we are dedicated to maintaining top tier customer service, for both new and pre-owned car buyers! Allow our staff to demonstrate our commitment to excellence.

Service Tools & Resources

Explore Service Department Tools, Safety Tips, and Frequently Asked Questions.

Service Your Fuel System Tips

Contaminates in your fuel system and deposit on your injectors can cause a decrease in the overall power of your vehicle. This will have a negative impact on your vehicles fuel efficiency, torque and towing capacitywhen needed. To ensure that you are getting optimal performance from your engine, a fuel system service is recommended.

Your Fuel System Service will consist of REMOVING:

  • Potentially harmful varnishes & deposits from your vehicle's fuel system & injectors.
  • Contaminates from your vehicle's air intake system, sensorsand throttle body.
  • Intake valve deposits as well as deposits in your vehicle'scombustion chamber

 Having this service performed will:

  • Improve the air flow to your fuel system
  • Improve the overall performance and power of your vehicle, on acceleration and while idling
  • Reduce harmful emissions
  • Promote efficient fuel flow thus increasing the fuel efficiency in turn will save you money

Engine De-Carbonizing:

Engine De-carbonization is primarily getting rid of the carbon debris that settles down in the intake manifold due to the fuel/air mixture constantly passing through it and sometimes the remains settle down.

One of the byproducts from current day gasoline is a great amount of carbon build up on internal engine parts including the intake, the intake valves and the top of the pistons and on your oxygen sensors in the exhaust manifolds.

De-carbonation is where a mixture of chemicals is introduced into your engine while running and breaks down this carbon deposits either by a chemical reaction or a molecular bonding action.

Once carbon begins to build up it begins to hold heat which will place heat in areas not designed for it. Especially on the back edge of intake valves, the fuel begins to be affected by the carbon deposit before it gets to burn completely and sometimes you will hear this as ping and knock.

Regular Maintenance Scheduling

In order to maintain the health of your vehicle it is important to perform regularly scheduled maintenance. Our team at the Mountain View Dodge Service Center are committed to ensuring your regular oil and filter change appointment is as efficient and convenient as possible.

Here are the top reasons why Mountain View Dodge is your go-to place when you need your oil changed:

Flexible Scheduling: Our Service Center is open Monday through Saturday to ensure that you can get your car an oil change when it's most convenient for you. For easy booking schedule your appointment online or call us to book your next visit.

Expert Technicians: Our in-house technicians are factory-trained, so you can rest assured that your car is in good hands. They'll be happy to answer any questions you may have about what kind of oil is best for your car or how often you'll need your oil changed. As well, all of our technicians are fully qualified to work on any car make or model.

Professional Service: At Mountain View Dodge an oil change involves many steps which include checking your oil filter, air filter, and fluids to make sure that your car runs to the best of its abilities.

FREE Courtesy Checkup with Every Oil Change

Every time you visit for an oil change, you get a FREE vehicle courtesy checkup. Why? Because spotting small problems before they become a big problem is less expensive for you.

85 point inspection

When you see the check engine light it doesn't necessarily mean you need to pull the car over to the side of the road and call a tow truck. It does mean you should get the car checked out as soon as possible. If you ignore the warning, you could end up causing further damage. It could also be a sign that you're getting poor gas mileage and emitting high levels of pollutants. In any case, if the check engine light is on in your car, it's time to schedule a service appointment

Follow the steps below to check your oil level:

First, make sure that you are parked on level ground, for the most accurate reading. Next, safely prop your hood open and find the dipstick (which generally has a brightly colored handle, usually orange, and have the word OIL labeled on them). Pull the dipstick out and wipe it down with a towel or rag, and then replace it into the engine, making sure that it goes all the way in. Now, pull the dipstick back out- and be sure NOT to turn the stick upside down to read as the oil will run and you will not have an accurate reading. The dipstick will have two marks on the bottom (usually lines or holes in the stick), and you can read the oil level by looking to see where the oily section and dry section meet.

Follow these simple steps:

Loosen the Lug Nuts:

Use the wrench to loosen the lug nuts. You may need to remove the hubcap. Don't remove the lug nuts at this point; simply loosen them by turning the wrench to the left (counter-clockwise). If the lug nuts are really tight, try placing the wrench on the nut and standing on the wrench arm to use your full weight on it. You can also try hitting the wrench arm with a rock.

Jack Up the Car and Remove the Lug Nuts:

Use the jack to lift the vehicle off the ground. Different car models may have different places to put the jack; consult your owner's manual for specific locations. Once the jack is securely in the correct spot, jack up the car until the tire is about six inches off the ground. Remove the lug nuts and pull the tire off the car. Make sure to place the lug nuts in a place where they won't get scattered, and pull the tire straight toward yourself to remove it from the wheelbase.

Attach the Spare Tire:

Place the spare on the car. Line up the lug nut posts with the holes in the spare, and push the spare all the way onto the wheelbase until it can't go any farther. Put on the lug nuts.

Don't put them on tightly, just make sure they're on enough for the spare to stay on the car for a moment. Lower the car back to the ground and use the jack to bring the car back down to ground level. Remove the jack from underneath the car.


Service Center

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Please use our online form to schedule your next service appointment. We are available to answer all your questions and welcome you as soon as possible.

Parts & Accessories

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Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram has one of the largest inventory of parts and accessories in Olds. Whatever product you need, we have it!

Mechanic & Maintenance

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You only need a few minutes to book an online appointment with our service and maintenance department at Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

Detailing & Car Wash

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Your car deserves to be cleaned by professionals on a regular basis. The car detailing service at Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Olds will bring back the 'new look' to your car in no time!

Check Recalls

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Find out if your vehicle has any outstanding recall or product update notices.

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