Service at Our Dealership

The best way to protect your vehicle's value and ensure that it functions well for many years is to maintain it properly at regular intervals. Our Camelback Ford service team have answers to frequently asked automotive service questions.

Can I Service a Vehicle With Camelback Ford Even if I Didn't Buy Here?

Yes! You can bring your vehicle in for service with us even if you purchased the vehicle at another dealer.

How Often Does Ford Recommend an Oil Change?

Your Ford is built tough, which means that it can go the distance even when you run behind on certain service schedules. You should, however, make it a point to bring your car, SUV, or truck in for an oil change every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. It is not recommended that you drive your Ford more than 5,000 miles or six months without bringing it in for an oil change. For the best recommendations on your specific vehicle, refer to your owner's manual.

Do I Have to Pay For a Recall?

You usually wont pay for repairs related to a recall. Feel free to schedule an appointment for service and repairs immediately when you get a recall notice in the mail.

Do You Service Vehicles From Other Brands?

Camelback Ford services all makes and models, regardless of whether they are built by Ford or not. We encourage you to stop by for our multiple-point inspection even if you do not own a Ford. No appointment is necessary for this routine service.

When Should I Replace My Tires?

Tires don't last forever. You should consider replacing them every three to four years. If you would like a more accurate timeframe, consult your owner's manual. Using a penny, check your tread. If you can see Abraham Lincoln's head, the tread is too thin. Other signs include tears and worn spots on your tires.

Penny Tire Test

Will My Warranty Cover My Repairs?

This will depend on your warranty type. Eg, warranty for a brand-new car vs certified-preowned may vary. Your bumper-to-bumper warranty with Ford covers all repairs for up to three years or 36,000 miles from the date of purchase, whichever comes first. You may want to consider an extended warranty to cover the powertrain and other elements of the vehicle after that time period. Ford also offers to financing for repairs through its credit card should an emergency arise and your extended warranty does not cover the cost of all necessary repairs.

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