Lincoln Nautilus Service Intervals

* 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 Lincoln Nautilus Maintenance Schedule?

The Lincoln Nautilus is one of the leading luxury vehicles in the auto industry and delivers impressive performance. The car is known to be reliable and can continue to drive more than 200,000 miles with proper care and maintenance. As a car owner, it's important to follow the general intervals to avoid potential issues that can develop in the future. You can also follow the service intervals on your owner's manual to ensure your vehicle is maintained well according to the manufacturer's guidelines.

15,000-Mile Service

When your vehicle reaches 15,000 miles, your engine needs an oil change to ensure it continues to operate well and all of the parts are lubricated. The tires should be rotated and inspected, and the brake pads also need to be examined. The tires and brakes may not last as long if you spend a lot of time driving on rough roads. A certified Lincoln technician can also check out wiper blades and headlights to confirm they're in good working condition.

30,000-Mile Service

At 30,000 miles, it's time to take another look at the brakes and tires to determine if they've reached the end of their lifespan. This is also a good time to change the oil to keep the engine running well. A mechanic can also replace the air filter and fuel filter. If you spend a lot of time in dirty or dusty settings, the filers will need to be replaced sooner.

60,000-Mile Service

After driving 60,000 miles, your car should have the brake fluid replaced. If you haven't changed out the brake pads yet, now is the time to install the new parts. The transmission fluid and coolant should also be replaced before the car reaches 75,000 miles. You can also request for your mechanic to test the battery under the hood.

90,000-Mile Service

After your car starts to get older and reaches 90,000 miles, you can perform some of the same maintenance that you did around 60,000 miles. The power steering fluid levels, hoses, spark plugs, and timing belts should also be replaced if they're in poor condition.

By staying on top of your Lincoln Nautilus maintenance schedule, you can improve your car's operation and allow it to last longer. Our team of certified Lincoln technicians is here to help you improve the level of care you provide to your vehicle. You can reach out to our service department today to learn more about the services we offer.



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