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MAINTENANCE

Simple maintenance can help keep your car running for many trouble-free miles. From monthly visual inspections to comprehensive service checks, keeping an eye on everyday wear and tear can stop small problems from becoming expensive headaches. Below is a list of suggested maintenance schedules, but make sure you refer to your vehicle owner's manual and talk to us to help keep your vehicle in tip-top condition!

3,000 Mile Maintenance

At 3,000 miles, it's important to take your vehicle to Crescent Service to have your oil changed as well as your tire treads and air pressure checked. These very basic but very important steps are the cornerstone of good vehicle maintenance. 

• Change engine oil & filter (up to 5 quarts)

• Check under-hood fluid levels

• Check wiper blades

• Check tread depth on all four tires

• Adjust tire pressure to manufacturer's specs

5,000 Mile Maintenance

Rotating your tires means moving them from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back or a combination of both. Regular tire rotation helps avoid uneven tire wear that can lead to poor performance and gas mileage.

15,000 Mile Maintenance

At 15,000 miles, engine parts and accessories begin to show wear and tear.

Having your vehicle thoroughly inspected and checked at Crescent Service can help stop potential problems before they get serious.

It's also important to get the standard oil change as well as tire tread and air pressure checks.

• Change engine oil & filter (up to 5 quarts)

• Check under-hood fluid levels

• Check wiper blades

• Check tread depth on all four tires

• Adjust tire pressure to manufacturer's specs

• Check alignment

• Lubricate transmission control linkage

• Inspect CV joint boots

• Inspect fuel system connections, hoses and lines

• Lubricate steering and suspension components

• Complete tire rotation

• Evaluate brake condition

• Inspect cabin air filter (not applicable to some vehicles.)

• Fuel Injection Maintenance

30,000 Mile Maintenance

At 30,000 miles, daily wear begins to take its toll. A bumper-to-bumper inspection, along with an oil change and check of all other fluids and moving parts means worn parts get replaced and your vehicle is returned to tip-top shape.            

• Change engine oil & filter (up to 5 quarts)

• Check under-hood fluid levels

• Check wiper blades

• Check tread depth on all four tires

• Adjust tire pressure to manufacturer's specs

• Inspect rotors, linings, pads, drums

• Lubricate caliper slide rails

• Inspect brake lines and hoses

• Complete transmission fluid flush (automatic transmissions)

• Lubricate transmission control linkage

• Inspect CV joint boots

• Inspect drive belt

• Inspect exhaust system

• Inspect fuel system connections, hoses and lines

• Replace engine air filter (most vehicles)

• Inspect spark plugs

• Lubricate steering and suspension components

• Change engine coolant (except extended life antifreeze.)

• Replace cabin air filter (not applicable to some vehicles)

• Fuel Injection Maintenance

45,000 Mile Maintenance

Similar to the 15,000-mile inspection, at 45,000 miles it's important to keep to your scheduled maintenance. Depending on how often you drive your vehicle and under what conditions, taking your vehicle to Crescent Service every 15,000 miles helps ensure that you have a properly running, reliable car every time you need it. 

Change engine oil & filter (up to 5 quarts)

• Check under-hood fluid levels

• Check wiper blades

• Check tread depth on all four tires

• Adjust tire pressure to manufacturer's specs

• Check alignment

• Lubricate transmission control linkage

• Inspect CV joint boots

• Inspect fuel system connections, hoses and lines

• Lubricate steering and suspension components

• Complete tire rotation

• Evaluate brake condition

• Inspect cabin air filter (where applicable, most vehicles)

• Fuel Injection Maintenance

60,000 Mile Maintenance

Whether you plan to keep your car for another 60,000 miles or want to trade it in, maintaining your vehicle at regularly scheduled intervals not only keeps it running but helps you retain its value, as well.

• Change engine oil & filter (up to 5 quarts)

• Check under-hood fluid levels

• Check wiper blades

• Check tread depth on all four tires

• Adjust tire pressure to manufacturer's specs

• Inspect rotors, linings, pads, drums

• Lubricate caliper slide rails

• Inspect brake lines and hoses

• Complete transmission fluid flush

• Lubricate transmission control linkage

• Inspect CV joint boots

• Inspect drive belt

• Inspect exhaust system

• Inspect fuel system connections, hoses and lines

• Replace engine air filter (most vehicles)

Inspect spark plugs

• Lubricate steering and suspension components

• Change engine coolant (except extended life antifreeze)

• Replace cabin air filter (where applicable, most vehicles)

• Fuel Injection Maintenance