If it's time to schedule a Ford oil change for your car, truck, or SUV, we invite you to our service department. We specialize in Ford vehicles, so we'll always install the factory-recommended oil type for your Ford model. We can also look over other aspects of your vehicle during your visit to catch any developing problems while they are easier to deal with. Call today or schedule your oil change online.
The motor oil pumped through your car's engine is responsible for several important functions. Most importantly, motor oil lubricates the metal parts in your vehicle’s engine to prevent your engine from seizing.
Motor oil also helps to cool and clean the engine. As oil is pumped through the system, it passes through a filter that collects any bits of dirt or metal flakes before they create problems. That's why we install a factory-approved oil filter with every oil change.
The typical Ford oil change interval is every 5,000 miles for a synthetic oil change in older vehicles and every 7,500 miles in more modern ones. However, to find the specific oil change schedule for your Ford truck or SUV, we recommend checking your vehicle's owner's manual or calling our Ford service department near Town 'n' Country, FL.
Your car's maintenance schedule is an easy thing to lose track of. One of the services we provide at our Ford service department is keeping an accurate service log for your vehicle. By calling us, one of our advisers can tell when your car is due to have a new Ford oil filter installed.
We know bringing your new Ford F-150 lease deal in for its first oil change service can be inconvenient. We also know that staying on top of your car's maintenance is essential to its performance and longevity. We offer oil change coupons that lower the usual oil change price to help you save on the cost of maintenance and ownership. Our experts also practice efficiency, getting your car serviced and ready to be back on the road in no time.
Depending on the year of your vehicle, you may need to compare the differences between synthetic and conventional to see which type of oil is best. Most cars on the road today run on synthetic motor oil.
Synthetic oil is designed to be tougher than conventional oil and takes longer to lose viscosity, which means you can go longer between oil changes. Most conventional oil changes need to occur every 3,000 miles instead of every 7,500 miles with synthetic.
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Many new Ford vehicles for sale come with an oil change warning light that illuminates on your vehicle's dashboard, letting you know it's time to schedule service. After our trained auto mechanics change the oil and filter in your vehicle, they will instigate an oil change reset that will turn off the light.
An oil change appointment is a great time to take care of any other maintenance needs. It's generally recommended to rotate the tires every 5,000-7,500 miles or twice a year, which matches the typical oil change schedule. Many customers choose to rotate their tires or schedule a battery replacement and service during their oil change.
To take advantage of any of our service coupons while you're here, let one of our service advisers know when you book your appointment.
The cost of a Ford oil change depends on the vehicle: what type of oil it needs and how many quarts its engine requires. For example, a Ford F-150 truck will require more oil than a Ford Escape SUV and, therefore, be more expensive. However, by keeping an eye out for our coupons, you can save money on this service. Oil changes, in general, can save you a lot on future repairs.
If your new Ford vehicle requires synthetic oil, the recommended oil change schedule is typically every 7,500 miles. A car using conventional oil will need more frequent oil changes. Check your car's owner's manual for the recommended oil change interval. You're also welcome to call our service center for assistance.
Synthetic oil will last longer than conventional oil and is typically recommended for new vehicles. Conventional motor oil is thicker, can clog holes in modern engine gaskets, and is recommended for older cars. Conventional oil also loses viscosity faster than synthetic oil and needs to be changed more frequently. For questions about which oil is best, consult your owner's manual.