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What Is the Ford Edge Maintenance Schedule?

The Ford Edge is a car you can get plenty of use out of long-term, whether you use it for commuting or traveling with your family. However, the maintenance schedule needs to be followed to ensure the parts are maintained over time and don't suffer from premature wear and tear, leading to severe issues. There are a few intervals to follow to ensure everything is cared for under the hood and on other areas of the body. The owner's manual will also tell you the right Ford Edge maintenance schedule to follow.

15,000-Mile Service

Once your car hits 15,000 miles, you'll need to schedule to have the oil changed. The mechanic will also check the brakes to ensure they still have enough pads left. They'll also inspect the tread on the tires. This is also the right time to test the car's safety features like the headlights and wipers to avoid potential accidents on the road.

30,000-Mile Service

As your car's odometer reaches 30,000 miles, you'll need to have the tires inspected. This is also when the brakes can be examined again. The oil should be changed to ensure the engine is properly lubricated. 30,000 miles is typically when the air filter and fuel filter need to be changed. The filters may last longer if you don't drive the car every day or live in an area that doesn't get too dusty.

60,000-Mile Service

Additional items need to be inspected once the Ford Edge reaches 60,000 miles. A mechanic will inspect both the brakes and the brake fluid. You can check the coolant fluid and transmission fluid levels, which often need to be replaced between 60,000 to 75,000 miles. Around this time, the car battery may begin to lose some of its juice and may need to be replaced.

90,000-Mile Service

As the car begins to age and gets older, more detailed inspections are necessary. At 90,000 miles, the same parts inspected at the 60,000-mile mark will need to be examined. You can also look at the power steering fluids, hoses, spark plugs, and timing belt to determine if they've reached the end of their lifespan.

Your car will last a lot longer when you're diligent about following your Ford Edge maintenance schedule. Our team of certified Ford technicians will perform the necessary inspections, maintenance, and repairs with a high level of care. Contact us if you have additional questions.

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