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The key to making vehicles last a long time is following ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES. If critical service intervals are missed, then premature failure of your engine, transmission, or other parts on your car may occur. 

Customers who maintain their vehicles at regular intervals can avoid roadside break-downs such as broken belts, blown hoses, blown head gaskets, slipping transmissions,  or even complete loss of brakes. 

Making money with maintenance schedules is as simple as asking the customer, "how many miles do you have on your vehicle?" 

"Learn the numbers" and you’ll always be able to generate extra income for yourself or business. Start by looking-up the maintenance schedule on your own vehicle. It can be found in the glove box with the owner’s manual or as a separate part of the car care instructions. Memorize the numbers and service tasks, then develop your sales campaign to attract potential customers. These may include personal contacts with family and friends, posting your services online, or handing out your business cards.

Think of all the money you'll save customers by avoiding unexpected break-downs, towing fees, or sitting on side the road waiting for help. As a  technicians, you'll be able to make $1,000’s of dollars in extra income by advising customers, and performing the necessary repairs to keep their vehicle running safety and smoothly for years.


Check every 3 – 5 months / 3,000 – 5,000 Miles

Change Engine Oil and Filter
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check Battery and Cables
Check Power Steering Fluid
Check Tire Inflation
Check Windshield Washer Fluid

MYTH #1 – My car is new, it doesn’t require any service. WRONG! To keep your car performing at optimal levels, follow the required manufacturer’s service intervals.

Check every 6 months/ 6,000 Miles

Change Engine Oil and Filter
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid
Check Battery and Cables
Replace Engine Air Filter (Replace Every Other Oil Change)
Check Exterior Lights (Headlamp, Brake Light, Park Lights, Tail Lights and Others)
Check Power Steering Fluid
Rotate Tires (Every Other Oil Change) and Check Tire Inflation and Condition 
Check Windshield Washer Fluid
 Check Wiper Blades

MYTH #2 If I drive my car long distances, this will wear out the engine faster! WRONG! Stop and go driving is very harsh on most engines because the engine my not reach operating temperature. This can cause moisture to form inside the engine and lead to sludge and oil contamination.  Highway driving is less harsh, and creates little to no wear on well-maintained engines.

Check every 12 months/ 12,000 Miles

Inspect Brakes
Replace Cabin Air Filter
Lubricate Chassis 
Check Steering and Suspension Bushings, Tie-rods, Ball Joints, Shocks Absorbers or Struts, and Others)
Change Engine Air Filter (Replace Every Other Oil Change)
Change Engine Oil and Filter
Check All Hoses
Check All Belts
Check All Lights
Check Power Steering Fluid
Rotate Tires (Every Other Oil Change) and Check Tire Inflation and Condition
Check Windshield Washer Fluid
Check Wiper Blades

MYTH #3Expensive oil is better than cheaper grade oil! WRONG! Engine oil is classified by its API rating. The highest rating for engine oil is SN. Regardless of the brand, SN oils meet requirements for improved fuel economy, turbocharger protection, emission control system compatibility, and protection of engines operating on ethanol. Diesel engines now use the designations CJ-4, CI-4, and CH-4 for oils that meet gasoline and diesel standards.

Maintenance Every 12 Month to 24 Month (Repeat all maintenance schedules above)

Maintenance Every 20,000 to 60,000 Miles

Every 20,000 miles – clean battery terminals and inspect the battery condition. Replace coolant and flush radiator. At the 25,000-mile interval, replace the fuel filter. 

Every 30,000 miles - check the coolant, radiator hoses, and belts. Check the operation of the HVAC system, and ensure proper drainage of the evaporator hose. Replace the brake pads and check all suspension components for cracked or worn bushings, boots, or grease seals. Replace the power steering fluid.

Every 35,000 to 50,000 miles - inspect and replace the battery, as required. Every 40,000 miles replace the spark plugs and spark plug wires, and inspect the ignition system components. Check all suspension system components, shock absorbers, and struts.  Every 50,000 miles - flush the automatic transmission fluid and replace the filter. 

Every 60,000 miles - replace brake pads and brake fluid, replace radiator hoses, flush cooling system and replace coolant, replace power steering fluid and timing belt. Inspect the HVAC, suspension components and tires. Check fluids in transfer case, rear axles, standard transmission or transaxle, and front drive axles on 4X4 vehicles.

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Check Engine Light - The check engine light should come on and then go off when the engine is started. If light stays on while driving, your vehicle has emission related concerns or sensor problems. If the check engine light stays on while driving, it should be checked as soon as possible to prevent damage to the catalytic converter. 

Belts - Check belts for signs of cracking, fraying or glazing – check belt tensioner and listen for noticeable belt noises caused by slipping belts or binding pulleys or bearings. The timing belt must be replaced at the recommended service intervals to prevent serious damage to some engines.

Brakes - Check the entire brake system once each year for brake line leakage, flexible brake hoses, and clamps, including brake linings, rotors and drums.

Oxygen Sensors - Replace oxygen sensors at recommended service intervals – usually 60,000 – 100,000 as indicated by fault codes during emission tests. 

Spark Plugs - Replace spark plus between 30,000 and 100,000 miles, depending on the vehicle and type of spark plug. 

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http://www.carcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Updated-Service-Interval-Schedule.pdf

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