Service alternates every 10,000 miles for “A” Service to every 20,000 miles for “B” Service. We recommend “B” service every 20,000 miles or once every two years – whichever comes first (20,000, 40,000, 60,000, 80,000, 100,000, 120,000 miles, etc.)
We recommend all models receive spark plug replacements every 60,000 miles under severe driving conditions (in-town driving) OR every 90,000 under normal driving conditions.
For models between 1998 and 2004, we recommend transmission service every 60,000 miles.
For models 2005 to current, we recommend the first transmission service at 39,000 miles, then every 60,000 miles after that.
Older cars require more frequent service than newer cars because years and miles increase wear and tear on all moving parts of an automobile. Newer cars also use synthetic engine oil versus mineral oil. Synthetic engine oil, in conjunction with newer engine designs, allows for longer intervals between new car lubrication service schedules as compared to older cars.
To protect your investment and help avoid unforeseen breakdowns, we recommend performing services and comprehensive maintenance inspections at specific mileage intervals. We’ve calculated a 5,000-mile interval by factoring in the rate of the engine oil breakdown. When the engine oil’s protective qualities break down, it can trigger oil viscosity breakdown, engine sludging, and subsequent costly engine damage.
We recommend performance of the “C” Service every 5,000 miles or once a year – whichever comes first. “C” service includes:
We recommend performance of the “E” Service every 15,000. “E” service includes:
We recommend performance of the “EZ” Service every 30,000. “EZ” service includes: