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Preventative Maintenance by Mileage

What is preventative maintenance?

Preventive maintenance is crucial when it comes to getting the most out of your vehicle as parts wear out over time. By following manufacturer recommendations at timely intervals, you can keep your vehicle in top condition and avoid huge costly repairs. A great way to be informed about the preventative maintenance recommended for your vehicle is to check the owner’s manual as maintenance schedules vary for the needs of different vehicles. However, there are some industry standards for all vehicles that will help keep your vehicle running it’s best!

Our team is able to provide the following preventative maintenance services PLUS MORE!

  • Checking and changing oil
  • Inspecting and topping off fluid levels such as coolant, power steering, transmission fluid, and windshield fluid
  • Inspecting and replacing timing belts and serpentine belts
  • Tire rotation, balancing, and alignment
  • Engine air filter replacement
  • Replacing battery connection components and batteries
  • Spark plugs & wires
  • And much, much more!

Preventative maintenance will not only save you money in the long run but will also keep you safe on the road.

It's important to note that every car is different and as newer models are released and industry standards and materials used evolve, so do the preventative maintenance requirements.

For example: A car built in the 90’s is recommended to have the coolant changed every 30,000 miles whereas many newer models are recommended this service be performed every 90,000 to 100,000 miles.

Remember all vehicle manufactures require different maintenance and these are general industry recommendations. ALWAYS VERIFY WITH YOUR TECH THAT A SERVICE IS DUE FOR YOUR VEHICLE.

To see industry standards for preventative maintenance by mileage, see intervals below.

Every 3,000 to 7,000 miles

  • Oil and oil filter should be replaced>
  • Inspect fluid levels, tires, and all exterior lights
  • Tire rotation (Check balance every other time)

Every 15,000 to 30,000 miles

  • Replace the air filter
  • Inspect battery
  • Replace power steering fluid 
  • Inspect radiator hoses 
  • Inspect HVAC system 
  • Inspect brakes pads
  • Inspect suspension components
  • Inspect gear boxes/ differentials 
  • Replace fuel filter

Every 35,000 to 50,000 miles

  • Inspect and/or replace the battery
  • Inspect the ignition system

Every 60,000 - 100,000 miles

  • Replace brake pads
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Replace radiator hoses
  • Replace spark plugs & wires
  • Flush coolant

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