Regular oil change frequency is an important factor when you’re trying to maintain your vehicle’s health. Experts recommended oil changes every 3,000 miles in the past, but oil and engine technology improvements have made that interval longer. Most cars, trucks, vans and SUVs can last 7,500 or 10,000-mile intervals between oil changes these days. Check your owner’s manual for specific instructions, but here’s our quick guide on how often you should change your oil.
7,500-10,000 miles is a good broad guideline concerning how long to drive between oil changes, but certain vehicles will need more frequent oil changes. Cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs engaged any of the following activities might apply:
Check with Dan Cummins Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram near Lexington to see how soon you should bring your vehicle in if you take part in any of these.
Check these facts about oil changes before visiting our service center near Georgetown:
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Catch any leaks in the oil system by checking your oil level once a month. Without oil, of course, your vehicle can become seriously damaged. But less obviously, be sure to check for any change to your oil’s color, as well as the appearance of any metal particles in the oil. Those can be signs of serious problems. If you’re low on oil or notice another issue, schedule a service appointment with Dan Cummins Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today.
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