GMC & Buick Service Center in Conroe, TX

  • Today's Hours: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Staying on top of routine maintenance is the key to enjoying a more confident drive and a vehicle that performs better and lasts longer. Fortunately, if you'd rather not dive under the hood of your car yourself, you can always count on our dedicated service center to provide your GMC or Buick with the expert maintenance and repair that it needs to stay in tip-top shape for as long as possible.

*Due to the current situation with vehicle availability, we cannot guarantee a loaner vehicle while your car is being serviced.

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    1645 I-45 N
    Conroe, TX 77304

    • Sales: (877) 582-9897
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  • Contact Our Service Department: (877) 278-2201
  • Monday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • SundayClosed

GMC Service Available for Drivers at Wiesner GMC

Are you up-to-date on the recommended maintenance tasks for your vehicle? If you're unsure, you'll want to grab your owner's manual and look. Here, you'll find a maintenance schedule that lays out a recommended interval checklist for your specific GMC or Buick vehicle. Our dealership team believes staying on top of routine service is key to automotive performance and longevity. It can even increase safety.

Buick Service in Conroe, TX

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Oil and Filter Change

You should schedule an oil change after driving about 5,000 miles or so around Spring and beyond for most vehicles. Engines need clean and proper oil levels to lubricate parts and maintain temperature. Skipping this task could lead to sluggish engine performance, malfunction, or overheating. It's particularly wise to have your oil and filter changed before heading out on a long road trip far outside of Montgomery.

Tire Pressure and Tread

Balding tires are a real safety hazard, but improper tire pressure can also contribute to unsafe driving conditions. Check the air pressure in your tires regularly to ensure you're getting optimal traction and maneuverability. Inspecting your tire treads can determine if it's time for a new set. Our team can recommend and install them for you; we can also easily examine them. It's also important to know that regular tire rotations can help extend your tires' life.

Wiper Blade Replacement

Something as seemingly minor as the condition of your wiper blades can greatly impact your driving experience as you travel Huntsville roads. When your GMC wiper blades become worn, cracked, and torn, they can't effectively keep your windshield clear. Even worse, they may cause added smearing or cloudiness that further obscures your view. Limited visibility is dangerous, so why not add a wiper blade replacement to your service appointment while you're at it? Don't forget to have the level of your washer fluid checked, too.

GMC Belts and Hoses Check

You probably don't think about the belts and hoses in your car very often, but they play a crucial role in the function of your engine. These components are made of materials that become brittle, cracked, or thin over time due to their exposure to heat and friction. If one snap, you could find yourself stranded with a vehicle that won't run. A quick inspection by our mechanics can prevent such unnecessary hassle.

GMC Battery Testing

Another simple yet often overlooked service we can care for you is a diagnostic test of your battery's power. Typically, automotive batteries last about three or four years. However, exposure to severe temperatures and lots of use could cause them to drain more quickly. Not driving your car for a long time can also contribute to poor GMC battery health. Let us check things out if any of these apply to your situation.

GMC Light and Turn Signal Bulb Replacement

Have you checked your lights lately? If you have a burnt-out bulb, it's a good idea to have that replaced. Blown headlights, taillight, and turn signal bulbs can reduce your ability to see and be seen. So, don't take them lightly and have your lights checked and replaced regularly.

Truck Service in Conroe, TX

We also have a collision center to assist you when your model requires intensive repair. Outside of these repair and routine maintenance services, here are some other jobs we can perform at our service center:

  • Brake service
  • Genuine Hyundai part replacements
  • Wheel alignments
  • A/C and heating inspection
  • Fluid top offs and flush

Schedule Buick Service

If you're in the area, you can schedule online with us for the maintenance you need. This method makes it simple to set up an appointment at your convenience. Have questions about your maintenance needs? No problem; give us a call during regular business hours. We'll be happy to assist you. Our priority is helping our customers stay on top of Buick and GMC service. Make sure you check out our rotating specials before scheduling your appointment too. Our dealership proudly serves Houston and the surrounding areas.

Frequently Asked GMC Service Questions

Automotive service can sometimes feel like a daunting task, but at Wiesner Buick GMC in Conroe, we aim to make things as easy and transparent as possible for our customers. Whether you're coming to us from The Woodlands, Huntsville, or even Houston, TX, we want to make sure that you feel confident that we're the right place to service your GM vehicle.

    Q: Does Your Service Center Offer Pickup and Delivery?

    A: Yes we do! Simply contact our GMC dealership with your location and a good date and time and we'll make arrangements to pick up your vehicle and bring it back to our service center. Once the requested service is complete we can then reverse the process, bringing your vehicle back to you so you can stay at home or work while your vehicle gets the expert GM service it needs.

    Q: How far will you pick up or deliver a vehicle?

    A: Our GMC dealership is committed to serving customers as far away as Spring, TX and even the Houston area. If you want to see if your address is within our pickup and delivery area for vehicle service, simply give us a call prior to making your appointment!

    Q: Do You Offer Service Payment Plans?

    A: Yes we do. We understand that some vehicle repairs and maintenance services can end up costing much more than expected. However, we also realize that you need a vehicle to get back and forth to work, take your kids to school, and keep your life on track. That's why we have partnered with Sunbit to offer flexible service payment plans that let you take home your vehicle today and pay off your service bill over time. Think of it as financing for your vehicle's major service needs - spreading out the cost is still likely less expensive than purchasing another vehicle and you'll enjoy knowing that you gave your vehicle the service it needed to be reliable for years to come.

    Q: Are Tire Rotations Really That Important?

    A: Yes they are, and they can help you save money! When you drive, your front tires do most of the work, especially with front-wheel and all-wheel drive vehicles. This means that your front tires will wear much more quickly than the rears. That disparity in grip can create a dangerously unpredictable handling situation. Having your tires rotated every 5,000 miles will help keep the tire wear even between the fronts and rears, giving you more confident traction and extending the life of the complete tire set.

    Q: Why Do You Need Oil Changes So Often?

    A: Simply put, your engine needs fresh oil to survive. Your engine consists of hundreds of fast-moving metal parts moving past each other thousands of times per minute, and the only thing stopping them from coming into contact with each other is your engine oil, which lubricates those parts to keep both friction and heat from ruining your engine. However, heat, friction, and time can break down engine oil and cause it to lose its ability to properly lubricate those engine parts. At this point your engine will begin damaging itself thanks to intense heat and physical friction, and in as little as a few hundred miles you'll find yourself on the side of the road waiting for a tow. In addition, dirt builds up in your oil and once your filter can no longer capture those particles, they are free to get into your engine and create sludge that stops oil flow through narrow passageways, causing the same premature wear and heat along with a loss of power.

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