If you’re the proud owner of a Hyundai vehicle, you might be wondering where you can get regularly scheduled maintenance near Melbourne FL or the surrounding area. The answer is right here at the Coastal Hyundai service department. Whether you’re looking for the most basic regular maintenance or the types of maintenance you’re supposed to get at certain higher-up intervals, we’ve got you covered.
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Regularly Scheduled Maintenance
The most basic regularly scheduled maintenance includes things like oil changes and tire rotations, which happen more than once per year or at lower mileage intervals. Getting these things done according to the schedule in your owner’s manual is integral to making sure your vehicle operates the way it should as long as it should.
Though you can certainly go earlier – especially if you often park your car in an area that would cause your vehicle to be around a lot of dust and other small debris – it’s recommended that you get your air filter changed at around 30,000 miles. You should also look into getting your fuel filter changed at this time. Of course, with both of these things – and everything else we’re about to cover – be sure to check your manual, as some manufacturer’s suggestions may differ from the average.
Moving up to the 60,000-mile mark means your vehicle has probably been in use for roughly four to five years. Regular wear-and-tear means you should be looking into replacing your battery, brake fluid, brake pads & rotors, coolant and transmission fluid.
Getting up to this bigger number means things like your hoses, spark plugs and belts might be getting worn out. You should also flush your power steering fluid if your vehicle has it at this point.
It’s also important to note that these figures are continuous. In other words, everything you get done at the 30,000-mile mark will also need to be done at 60k and 90k. The stuff at 60k miles will need to get done again if you keep your vehicle to the 120k-mile mark, and so on. Feel free to give us a call with any questions that you might have!