Mazda Service Center in Mobile, AL

Trustworthy, Reliable Auto Service in Mobile, AL

After you have driven your vehicle extensively on the roads of Alabama, you will need to get it serviced. Maintenance is the best way to keep your vehicle safe and efficient, after all. Whether you need something as simple as an oil change or tire rotation, or if you need something more extensive involving your brakes, transmission, or another component of your vehicle, our team of expert service technicians in Mobile, AL are here to help you out! They will make sure that you vehicle is taken care of with the precision, the efficiency, and the care that you deserve.

Furthermore, you can ask any questions you may have to our team! They are happy to expound on any details which you may be confused about when it comes to servicing your vehicle near Daphne AL or Theodore AL. We want you to feel comfortable and in control during this entire process!

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We know you have a busy life; between work, errands, and your personal home life (not including any hobbies or activities you may be a part of), it can be difficult to find time to reach out to our dealership to find a time to bring your car in for service. That is why we have an online service scheduler! With this tool, you can schedule service from the comfort of your couch in Prichard or Saraland. Furthermore, you can choose a time that fits into your schedule. In other words, we give the power to you!

Contact

Dean McCrary Mazda

1739 East I-65 Service Road S
Directions Mobile, AL 36606

  • Sales: (251) 272-1937
  • Service: (251) 272-1937

Service FAQs


Why are routine oil changes important?

Regularly changing your Mazda car's engine oil is essential as it helps it run smoothly and efficiently. Engine oil lubricates the moving parts of your Mazda car's SKYACTIV®-G engine and transfers both heat and contaminants away from sensitive components. However, with time and use, engine oil can become saturated with contaminants, making it thick, viscous, and ineffective. As such, it's important to replace and replenish your Mazda car's engine oil reserves at regular intervals as directed by your Owner's Manual or a certified Mazda service advisor.

What are the Mazda service intervals?

Manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedules for Mazda cars can vary from model to model, so it's always best to consult your owner's manual to see when you should be planning your next trip to our Mobile, AL dealership. However, it's a good rule of thumb to replace your engine oil and oil filter roughly every 6 months or 5,000 miles, have your brakes inspected every 12 months or 7,500 miles, and have your engine air filter replaced roughly every 36 months or 30,000 miles.

Why are my brakes squealing?

There's a lot of different reasons that your Mazda car's brakes might be making squeaking or squealing sounds. The most common reason is worn brake pads, which are only too simple to replace when you visit our Mobile, AL Mazda service center. However, it can also be a sign of warped brake rotors, which is a critical issue that should not be taken lightly. In either case, it's best to have your Mazda car's brakes assessed by a certified Mazda technician.

Is there a recall on my Mazda?

If there is an outstanding recall for your Mazda car, you can check it right here on this site.

Where can I find deals on car service in Mobile, AL?

Naturally, right here at Dean McCrary Mazda. At our Mobile, AL Mazda service center, we're committed to making certified Mazda service affordable for all our customers. Feel free to browse our latest service specials to find great deals on everything from oil changes and tire rotations to brake pad replacements and wheel alignments today.

Why is it important to get your vehicle serviced with a dealer?

While there are plenty of places to find auto service near the greater Mobile, AL area, you'd be hard-pressed to find one that matches the expertise with Mazda cars that we offer here at Dean McCrary Mazda.

From our certified Mazda technicians to our extensive selection of genuine Mazda parts, there's no one in a better position to serve all your Mazda maintenance needs than we are here at Dean McCrary Mazda.

What's the difference between OEM and aftermarket parts?

In almost all cases, you're better off choosing a genuine OEM Mazda part over an aftermarket part. Not only are OEM Mazda parts made and manufactured specifically for Mazda cars, many also come with an OEM limited warranty that provides a greater sense of certainty and peace of mind to buying replacement parts for your car.

Is my Mazda still under warranty?

Provided the warranty has not been violated or voided in any way, your Mazda car should still be under its New Vehicle Limited Warranty if its less than 3 years old or under 36,000 miles, and still eligible for Powertrain Limited Warranty if its less than 5 years old and under 60,000 miles.

When should I get new tires?

The NHTSA recommends that you replace your tires roughly every six years, but that can vary vastly depending on the conditions you drive in. In general, you should replace your tires if they're showing significant signs of wear and tear, such as cracks in the side walls of the tire, uneven wear, or low tread depth.

What does this warning light mean on my Mazda?

There are a myriad of different warning lights to alert you to various maintenance issues your Mazda car might encounter, so it's always best to consult your owner's manual to find out what each means. However, there are a few that you should be aware of right off the bat, such as…

  • Brake System Warning Light: A red exclamation point inside of a circle surrounded by parentheses
  • Charging System Warning Indication: A red rectangle with positive and negative symbols inside of it
  • Engine Oil Warning Light: A red oil canister with oil droplet
  • Check Engine Indicator: An orange light in the shape of an engine
Get the full list of Mazda warning lights here!

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