Ford Escape Exterior

* Listed service intervals serve as a general guide and are not associated with the OEM. Please refer to your vehicle's owners manual for optimal recommendations for your specific model.

What Is the Ford Escape Maintenance Schedule?

The Ford Escape has become one of the most popular SUVs for many drivers. While the owner's manual that came with your specific model does provide additional details about service intervals, the below information is a good starting point.

15,000-Mile Service

Once your Ford Escape reaches the 15,000-mile mark, the engine oil and filter need replacing. An inspection of the tires and brakes should also occur. Depending on your driving habits and road conditions, the tires may need replacing. In general, tires often wear uneven, and a mechanic needs to inspect them to assess. A certified Ford technician will also conduct a safety inspection for items such as the windshield wipers and headlights and ensure they're in quality condition.

30,000-Mile Service

For this Ford Escape service, the inspection of the tires, brakes, and an oil change occurs again. Typically, the fuel filter and air filter are replaced at this interval when recommended by a certified Ford Technician. While certain factors may increase the frequency to replace those parts, such as dusty roads or highway emissions, it is not uncommon at 30,000 miles.

60,000-Mile Service

When the odometer on your Escape reaches 60,000 miles, you will notice there are more items inspected. It is a vital post-factory point for your SUV. The coolant and transmission fluid are usually due for replacement. And the battery is inspected for cleanliness and to ensure it's maintaining the proper voltage to start your engine. Additionally, an inspection of the brake pads occurs and may need replacing.

90,000-Mile Service

Your Ford Escape needs a more comprehensive inspection at the 90,000-mile service interval. That includes inspecting components such as hoses, spark plugs, power steering fluid levels, and the timing belt. The timing belt may also require replacing. Additionally, you will notice that the same items are re-inspected at this interval. An oil change and brake inspection are the most noticeable to mention.

Remember, staying consistent with the maintenance schedule for your Ford Escape is the ideal way to maintain optimum performance. It also contributes to longevity and value. At Camelback Ford, you can depend on our commitment to excellence when servicing your vehicle. Our certified Ford technicians provide first-rate customer service, and they're all factory-trained. For questions about Ford Escape service intervals, we encourage you to contact our service department. We're more than happy to assist you or use our online service scheduler to make an appointment.



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