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Maintenance Checklist

Please keep in mind this checklist should serve only as a guideline. Be sure to have your vehicle serviced regularily or as needed.

The mileage of your vehicle suggests it is approximately 0 months old.

You may wish to consider the following services:

At 0 you should:

  • Change oil and replace oil filter
  • Check washer fluid level
  • Add fuel injector cleaner to fuel
  • Adjust clutch, if a manual transmission (some are self-adjusting)
  • Inspect belts Rotate tires
  • Replace spark plugs (some are designed to last up to 100,000 miles, so check to see what kind you have)
  • Replace distributor cap and rotor (if applicable)
  • Inspect spark plug wires (if applicable)
  • Change transmission fluid
  • Replace oxygen sensors (for vehicles manufactured late 1970's to early 1990's)
  • Inspect shocks for leaks and perform bounce test
  • Replace PCV valve
  • Clean throttle body
  • Replace fuel filter
  • Replace air filter
  • Change automatic transmission fluid
  • Inspect brakes
  • Inspect accessory drive belts
  • Replace timing belt
  • Have front end inspected alignment checked
  • Inspect U-joints
  • Replace oxygen sensors (for vehicles manufactured after mid-1990's)
  • Replace rear axle lubricant

You may also wish to consider:

  • Check tire pressure
  • Check oil level (high-mileage oil recommended)
  • Check coolant level
  • Check power steering fluid level
  • Wax car to extend life of paint/prevent rust
  • Inspect brakes
  • Inspect hoses and clamps
  • Clean battery connections
  • Check brake fluid level
  • Check manual transmission fluid
  • Check coolant strength
  • Back-flush radiator from engine side with garden hose
  • Rinse off air conditioner condenser
  • buff plastic headlight assembly, if dull (to maintain good visibility)
  • Flush coolant system
  • Check battery electrolyte level

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Every 3,000 Miles

  • Change oil and replace oil filter
  • Check washer fluid level
  • Add fuel injector cleaner to fuel

Every 5,000 Miles

  • Adjust clutch, if a manual transmission (some are self-adjusting)

Every 10,000 Miles

  • Inspect belts
  • Rotate tires

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Replace spark plugs (some are designed to last up to 100,000 miles, so check to see what kind you have)
  • Replace distributor cap and rotor (if applicable)
  • Inspect spark plug wires (if applicable)
  • Change transmission fluid
  • Replace oxygen sensors (for vehicles manufactured late 1970's to early 1990's)
  • Inspect shocks for leaks and perform bounce test
  • Replace PCV valve
  • Clean throttle body

Every 40,000 Miles

  • Replace fuel filter

Every 60,000 Miles

  • Replace air filter
  • Change automatic transmission fluid
  • Inspect brakes
  • Inspect accessory drive belts
  • Replace timing belt
  • Have front end inspected alignment checked

Every 80,000 Miles

  • Inspect U-joints

Every 100,000 Miles

  • Replace oxygen sensors (for vehicles manufactured after mid-1990's)
  • Replace rear axle lubricant

Every Month

  • Check tire pressure
  • Check oil level (high-mileage oil recommended)
  • Check coolant level

Every Six Months

  • Check power steering fluid level
  • Wax car to extend life of paint/prevent rust

Every Year

  • Inspect brakes
  • Inspect hoses and clamps
  • Clean battery connections
  • Check brake fluid level
  • Check manual transmission fluid
  • Check coolant strength
  • Back-flush radiator from engine side with garden hose
  • Rinse off air conditioner condenser
  • buff plastic headlight assembly, if dull (to maintain good visibility)

Every Two Years

  • Flush coolant system
  • Check battery electrolyte level

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