Every so often, your car needs proper maintenance to avoid expensive auto repairs. You can time your maintenance according to different mileage markers you reach.
Every 3,000 Miles
You should check your engine oil filters, belts, tires, exterior lights, and all your vehicle’s fluids at this point and at every time you reach this mark. Make sure your transmission and engine fluids are at their recommended levels. Check your tire treads and how your belts.
Every 6,000 Miles
At this point, you should see if your engine air filter needs to be replaced as well as your windshield wiper blades. Since it usually takes six months to hit 6,000 miles, you can do this as a seasonal job if you prefer.
Every 15,000 Miles
It’s a good idea to look at your steering and suspension by now. You should also replace your cabin air filter to keep pollution and airborne germs or bacteria out of your car.
Every 20,000 Miles
You should check your coolant to see if it needs to be replaced. It’s also a good idea to check your car’s battery life at this point.
Every 30,000 Miles
This is the time to replace your engine air filter, engine oil filter and power steering fluid. You should also check your HVAC system, radiator hoses and brake pads to see that they’re working.
Every 35,000 Miles
Replace your battery, spark plugs and spark plug wires. Check the ignition system.
Every 60,000 Miles
Replace your brake pads, belts and hoses if you haven’t needed to do so already.
At Ferry Farm Repair, we can handle all of this essential maintenance for you at reasonable rates. See us today to avoid a cumbersome auto repair job tomorrow.