2020 Lincoln Aviator Exterior

How Often Should I Service My Lincoln Aviator?

The frequency of service appointments for your Aviator is located in the owner's manual that comes with the car. The Lincoln Aviator maintenance schedule outlines the services that your Aviator needs throughout its life and the accompanying mileages when the services must be performed. Sticking to the maintenance schedule is critical, as a mechanic can often find small problems and correct them before they turn into larger and more expensive problems. Different services are performed at the various Lincoln Aviator service intervals to keep your car working at its best.

15,000-Mile Service

At 15,000 miles, your Lincoln is due for the first of its factory-recommended services. The tires are rotated at the first service, and a mechanic will visually inspect them to evaluate their overall condition. The wheels and components in the wheel system are visually inspected to make sure they have no problems. The brake pads and braking system parts, including the hoses, brake linings, and rotors, are also checked. The rear axles are inspected at 15,000 miles, along with the U-joints and half-shaft boots.

30,000-Mile Service

At 30,000 miles, your Lincoln Aviator will need to have its second full service. The engine oil is changed at this point, and the car may get six quarts of clean oil. The engine filter is also replaced to maximize engine performance. The car's transmission is inspected, and more transmission fluid may be added to keep the system adequately lubricated. The front axle will be inspected and lubricated if it has grease bearings. The exhaust system and the heat shields are also checked at 30,000 miles.

60,000-Mile Service

Another service is recommended for your Lincoln Aviator at 60,000 miles. The Aviator will have its brakes checked again at 60,000 miles, including checking the braking linings, rotors, shoes, hoses, and drums. The wheels are evaluated for drag, looseness, and overall condition. The car's battery is also inspected when the car hits 60,000 miles. The spark plugs may be replaced, and the car will have a general multi-point inspection to ensure its external safety parts and mechanical components are all functioning properly.

90,000-Mile Service

The Aviator will have all of its essential fluids replaced at 90,000 miles, including the transmission fluid, wiper fluid, and engine oil. The power steering fluid is also changed. The car's suspension, tie-rod ends, driveshaft, and U-joints are all checked at this point. The wheels are inspected for signs of damage and wear as well.

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