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Lincoln Navigator Maintenance Schedule

To stay in top shape and avoid any safety problems, your vehicle will need regular service. While there are some general industry guidelines that you can follow for servicing your car, your precise Lincoln Navigator maintenance schedule depends on factors such as the model and trim level that you drive. Therefore, you'll want to consult your owner's manual for the most accurate recommendations about what Service your Lincoln needs and when.

20,000-Mile Service

Most Lincoln Navigator service intervals start sometime around 20,000 miles. At this point, one of our mechanics will perform a detailed physical inspection of the vehicle and follow the manufacturer's guidelines for service. The cabin air filter may be replaced at 20,000 miles, and the engine cooling system will be checked. The tires may be rotated and inspected to make sure they're not unevenly worn or too thin.

The heat shields and exhaust system will also be inspected, along with the U-joints and the front axle. These parts may be lubricated if they don't have enough grease left. Your Lincoln's oil will likely be changed at 20,000 miles. The transmission fluid levels will be checked, and a mechanic will look at the steering components to see if they need to be lubricated. A 20,000-mile inspection also includes evaluating the brake linings, parking brake, brake pads, and an overall multi-point inspection.

30,000-Mile Service

Some of the same services may be performed again at the 30,000-mile mark. Additionally, your mechanic may significantly replace Lincoln's engine air filter if it was not changed at the 20,000-mile mark.

100,000-Mile Service

The 100,000-mile service checkup is one of the most important for your Lincoln Navigator. Many components can wear out with age, which means that they will be closely evaluated at this point to ensure they are still safe and in good working condition. The accessory drive belt will be checked at 100,000 miles, and the spark plugs may be replaced.

Along with these mileage-based services, some Lincoln Navigator maintenance will take place on a more frequent basis. The Navigator will be due for a tire rotation about every 5,000 or 6,000 miles, and it will need to have its oil changed at approximately the same interval. Along with following the manufacturer's recommendations, you should always contact a mechanic if you notice something wrong with your vehicle in between service checkups.

Contact us today for more information on Lincoln Navigator maintenance.


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