2020 Ford F-150 STX Exterior

How Often Should I Service My Ford F-150?

Keeping up on your Ford F-150's maintenance is something that will save you time and money in the long run. All vehicles have certain things that need to be done at certain times. The following Ford F-150 service intervals are a rough guide that you can follow. Always double-check your owner's manual, as certain trim levels and model years have their own unique needs.

20,000-Mile Service

Once your F-150 hits 20,000 miles, several things should be checked or replaced. If needed, an oil change will be done, and the cabin air filter (if equipped) will be replaced. This is also an excellent time to have the tires rotated to ensure even wear. A multi-point inspection will be performed.

The service technician will inspect the brakes, including shoes, drums, rotors, linings, parking brakes, and hoses. Wheels are examined for any looseness or wear. The engine cooling system level and hoses are looked at as well. Also on the inspection list are the half-shaft boots, heat shields, exhaust system, steering linkage, tie-end rods, suspension, ball joints, driveshaft, and U-joints. Grease fittings are lubricated, if applicable.

Transmissions with a dipstick will have their fluid level checked. Consult your owner's manual or get in touch with our team to see what your transmission requires.

30,000-Mile Service

After all that work done at the 20,000-mile service, this one is pretty simple. The engine air filters are replaced. An oil change or tire rotation can be done at this point as well, if needed. Another multi-point inspection will be done to see if your F-150 has any other areas that need addressing.

60,000-Mile Service

Once again, models with a cabin air filter should have them replaced. If your F-150 has a pickup bed power outlet, the accessory drive belt should be inspected at this point as well.

100,000-Mile Service

If not already done, this is when you will want to replace spark plugs. Another multi-point inspection will be done. All fluid levels, belts, and hoses are examined to ensure they are still good to go.

Do not put off getting your vehicle serviced. Always follow your owner's manual when it comes to your Ford F-150 maintenance schedule.



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