Oil Changes
PN 729 New
BG SAE 0W-20 Full Synthetic Engine Oil is a high quality oil designed for gasoline passenger cars, vans, and light trucks requiring API SN and preceding engine oil. It flows immediately to lubricate vital engine components for easy cold weather starts and provides outstanding high temperature protection. It features a low evaporation rate as well as enhanced thermal and oxidative stability. BG SAE 0W-20 Full Synthetic Engine Oil is formulated with premium levels of detergent/dispersants to keep the engine clean. It can be installed in vehicles factory-filled with SAE 0W-20 or SAE 5W-20 engine oil.

BG Performance Oil Change Service
BG SAE 0W-20 Full Synthetic Engine Oil can be part of the BG Performance Oil Change Service.

BG Performance Oil Change Service is backed by the Lifetime BG Protection Plan if the initial service is performed within 75,000 miles/120,000 km.

BG Hi-L0W30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil
PN 730
BG Hi-L0W30 is a revolutionary full synthetic engine oil; it flows immediately to lubricate vital engine components.

Automobile engines have many metal components that must be lubricated to prevent grinding. Engine combustion creates incredible amounts of heat and corrosive byproducts like silica and acids.

BG Hi-L0W30 is a full synthetic engine oil with the best shear stable polymer technology available. A professional-use product, it is formulated with detergents to keep engines clean. It resists thermal oxidation, evaporation, thickening, and features a long drain life of 15,000 miles or one year.

BG Performance Oil Change Service
BG Hi-L0W30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil is part of the BG Performance Oil Change Service.
Cost of oil change                                              
Basic Oil Change $23.71 for 4 qt's
1.95 each additional qt.


Shell Oil And WIx oil filter.

  Specially formulated to help with tough-on-engine driving conditions such as frequent stopping, hauling, or towing heavy loads.
MaxLife Synthetic Blend Lube features special additives that fight premature aging:
• Seal conditioners prevent oil leaks that lead to deposits
• Detergents that prevent sludge and deposits
• Fights the 4 major causes of engine breakdown including leaks, deposits, sludge and friction

We do a safety Inspection on your Vehicle at no cost. Fluids for top off are  extra on this low oil change. Also to be up front taxes and any supplies would be extra.

At Integrity Auto Care, we provide the services, repairs and maintenance your vehicle needs. Only a few of the automotive services and repairs we offer include:

Air Conditioning
Alignments
Alternators
Anti-Lock Brakes
Belts & Hoses
Batteries
Clutches
Diagnostics
Driveline
Engine Overhaul
Exhausts / Mufflers
Fuel Injection
Oil Changes
Radiators
Shocks / Suspension
Starters
Tires
Tune-Ups
Scheduled Maintenance
Accessories
And More!

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Integrity Auto Care - Car, Truck & SUV Repair & Service in South Beloit, IL
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14468 Industrial Pkwy, South Beloit, IL 61080   (815) 957-0440 
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Increasing Cost of Oil Changes
Compact car owners may not be too happy when their budget-friendly car requires a $40 — or more — oil change.  Automakers including Honda and Toyota are almost exclusively switching from well-known 5W-30 and 10W-30 oils to low-friction, and pricier, 0W-20 engine oils. The slippery low-friction oils helps squeeze every last bit of fuel economy out of the engine, but their synthetic origins raise the cost of routine maintenance.
  The pricey oil isn't just for sports coupes or performance vehicles. Most new vehicles oil change prices range from 40 to 80 dollars.  Most owners are probably more familiar with $20 or $30 oil changes from local oil change service centers. The switch to 0W-20 engine oil has been a gradual transition over the years; a 2007 Toyota Camry four-cylinder recommends 0W-20 or 5W-20, for example, and many inexpensive cars require the expensive oil.
  Breaking down the 0W-20 code, "0" is the oil's viscosity at startup when the engine is cold, "W" stands for its winter certification, and "20" is the viscosity at higher temperatures. Lower numbers designate thinner, lower-friction oil. An additional perk of the thinner oil at startup comes with improved cold-start emissions.  Pennzoil's technical data for its 0W-20 full-synthetic oil claims a 1.2% improvement in fuel economy over 10W-30. Not everyone should go out and ask for 0W-20 oil at their next oil change to improve fuel economy. An engine's recommended oil is still the best bet for maintaining a warranty and longevity of your vehicle.
"The limited warranty [Honda] is not automatically voided by using another oil viscosity, but if there is a problem with the engine that is linked to use of the wrong oil type, the cost of that repair may not be covered by the limited warranty. Dealerships and repair centers aren't the only ones with 0W-20 oil, so do-it-yourselfers horrified by $40 and $70 oil changes can find 0W-20 on the shelf at auto parts stores. most start at $26 for the oil and another 5 for a filter.  Most 0W-20 engine oils are only available in full synthetic or blended synthetic and are currently available for consumers to purchase in major automotive parts and supply stores in quart and gallon quantities.
  We fully expects the trend of automakers requiring 0W-20 oil to continue in the quest for better fuel economy. They may even go to 0w0 or 0w10.  Here's the good news: Traditional 3,000-mile oil change recommendations are being phased out for 5,000-mile or more frequencies. Most vehicles can now go between 5 and 7 months between oil changes. whichever comes first.  Oil changes may be more expensive with the required 0W-20 weight oil compared to conventional oil, but only having to service the car once or twice a year keeps annual costs to nearly a wash.


PN 737
BG SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Engine Oil is formulated to give superb performance for gasoline and diesel engines.

Automobile engines have many metal components that must be lubricated to prevent grinding. Engine combustion creates incredible amounts of heat and corrosive by-products like silica and acids.

BG SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Engine Oil offers superior performance in gasoline and diesel passenger vehicle engines. When installed by a professional, its enhanced thermal and oxidative stability allow for extended drain intervals. It flows immediately to lubricate vital engine components for easy cold weather starts and provides outstanding high temperature protection.

BG Performance Oil Change Service
BG SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Blend Engine Oil is part of the BG Performance Oil Change Service.

BG Performance Oil Change Service is backed by the Lifetime BG Protection Plan if the initial service is performed within 75,000 miles/120,000 km. To maintain coverage, get a BG Performance Oil Change Service with BG SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Engine Oil and BG MOA® every 10,000 miles/16,000 km!
Oil-change intervals vary by manufacturer and engines, so give us a call or consult your owner's manual to see how often to change the oil in your vehicle and what type of oil to use.  Manufacturers suggest you change oil more often for "severe" driving conditions, such as frequent trailer towing, extensive stop-and-go driving or idling in traffic, driving in extreme heat or cold,(Illinois) or frequent short-distance driving in which the engine doesn't reach full operating temperature.

How do I know when it's time for an oil change?
Time and mileage intervals vary by vehicle manufacturer and whether an engine requires synthetic oil (which is meant to last longer). Use the guidelines in your owner's manual, including whether most of your driving qualifies as happening in "severe" conditions, such as frequent short trips and stop-and-go driving. Under those conditions, you should change the oil more frequently. If yo go over 3,000 miles you need to bring your vehicle into a shop and have the oil checked or ask a professional how to check it. A costly repair can be prevented by periodically checking your oil.  If the engine starts using oil you could run out of oil by the time your next service is due. 

How often should I replace my oil?
You should change the oil at least as often as is recommended by the vehicle manufacturer (the information is in your owner's manual). These days, that's every 7,500 to 10,000 miles on many vehicles. I never recommend going over 7,500 miles in our area (Illinois) because it is a severe duty area.  Most mechanics recommend doing it more often, such as every 5,000 to 6,000 miles or every six months, whichever comes first. If you do mainly short trips and/or stop-and-go driving, you should change the oil more often.  Shop owners and mechanics know how much damage is caused by over using oil.  How about every 3,000 miles?  It depends on the oil you are or your shop is using.  Cheaper oil needs to be changed earlier.  I have seen many cars use a quart or two in 3,000 mile services and then you put better oil in and they will go 5,000 miles without losing a drop.  Going longer is great for the environment, but it needs to be checked so that the oil is not overused.  Overused oil will start breaking down and begin to be burned or lose it lubricity.

Why do I need to change my oil?
Oil is the lifeblood of an engine; it lubricates and cleans moving parts and performs a vital cooling function as it circulates. Over time and repeated exposure to cold starts, short trips and engine heat, oil gets dirty, becomes thicker and loses its ability to prevent sludge and deposits from forming. Mechanics often say that changing the oil is the best preventive medicine for extending engine life.

What oil filter should I use?
The oil filter is a major component that is often under-estimated and skimped on.  Oil filters like anything else start out being very cheap and go up in price with quality.  One mistake customers make is to chase dollars on oil changes causing facilities to cut cost to stay competitive and the first place to cut is the filter.  A good filter is not a lot more, usually only a couple dollars but can save an engine from needed repairs.  A cheap oil filter does not filter the oil as well and is not designed to last more then 3,000 miles, so if you use a cheap oil filter on a 7,500 mile oil change you will have problems.  I say ask for a better filter if you care about your vehicle.

How much should I pay?
The cost of an oil change can depend on where you are and what type of oil and filter used.  The better the oil and the better the filter the more it will cost, but it can save you money in the long run.  To get an estimate for your oil change, give us a call or your regular oil change facility.