Maintenance

Basic car care is the key to a long-lasting vehicle, improving vehicle safety and dependability.

The mileage chart below is a basic maintenance guide for most vehicles to keep them running at optimum performance. Vehicles are not maintenance free. They require keeping the fluids in the vehicle fresh and clean, and keeping tune parts in good condition promotes longevity, cleaner emissions, better fuel mileage and engine performance.

While some preventative maintenance—such as topping off fluids—can be performed by the vehicle’s owner, other, more complicated procedures should be done by experts like the team at All About Automotive Inc. Our team can keep your vehicle in top shape by performing the following maintenance:

  • Inspecting and replacing timing belts (preventing internal engine damage)
  • Inspecting and replacing serpentine belts, tensioners & idler pulleys (preventing damage to other accessories)
  • Checking and changing oil
  • Checking, repairing and replacing battery connection components
  • Checking and replacing batteries
  • Checking and replacing cabin air filters: This can keep your car comfortable during the hot summer months and reduce pollen, dust and odors
  • Checking and replacing your engine air filter, You may need to replace your engine air filter more frequently if you drive in stop-and-go traffic or have a long commute.
  • Checking and replacing spark plugs
  • Tire rotation: This helps ensure even wear on your tires, which can help prevent blowouts and leaking. It also helps make your ride smoother.
  • Tire balancing: Balancing your tires prevents wear, which can significantly improve their life and save you money.
  • Wheel alignment
  • Check and adjust all tires to proper tire pressure per the manufacturer's specifications of proper inflation psi

These basic maintenance guidelines can vary slightly based on your vehicle year, make and model.

READ YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL!

It contains manufacturers’ specific information regarding maintenance schedules pertaining to your vehicle.


Every 3,000 Miles

  • Replace Oil
  • Replace Oil Filter
  • Inspect Air Filter
  • Check and Top Off All Fluid Levels
  • Check Tire Pressure

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Replace Wiper Blades

Every 15,000 Miles

  • Replace Fuel Filter (If In-Line)
  • Replace Cabin Air Filter

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Replace Automatic Transmission Fluid
  • Replace Automatic Transmission Filter
  • Flush Cooling System
  • Replace Spark Plugs (Vehicles with Non-Platinum Spark Plugs)
  • Fuel Injection and Carbon Clean Service

Every 50,000 Miles, Replace Fluids for:

  • Differentials
  • Manual Transmission
  • Transfer Case
  • Power Steering
  • Brakes

Every 60,000 Miles

  • Timing Belt (This Varies Per Manufacturers Specifications on Your Vehicle)
  • Replace Spark Plugs (This Includes Vehicles with Platinum Spark Plugs)
  • Replace Spark Plug Wires
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