Lexus Vehicle Maintenance Checklist
What makes Lexus maintenance so essential? A little bit of service can go a long way when it comes to vehicle safety, comfort, reliability, and longevity. Routine Lexus service and care is incredibly important to the health of your vehicle, but what does it include?
And that’s where O’Brien Lexus of Peoria can help. Here’s a look at the key service and maintenance tasks you should be scheduling for your Lexus:
Oil protects the engine in your vehicle in many ways. It cools and lubricates parts to prevent grinding or damage, and it collects up the dirt and debris from the road, which is why it needs to be changed regularly.
Belt and Hose Inspection
Your vehicle depends on the belts and hoses to work effectively, but they can become worn or damaged over time, especially in extreme temperatures. Get them inspected regularly to know when it’s time for a replacement.
Most car batteries last three to five years, but environment and driving style can affect the capacity of your battery. Routine inspections will help you check efficiency and get replacements when needed.
Brake Pad Replacements
The brake pads in your Lexus vehicle will last around 30,000-70,000 miles before they need to be replaced. Replacements ensure maximum stopping responsiveness and vehicle safety.
Tire rotations help to keep the tires in your vehicle wearing down evenly, which protects the vehicle’s alignment. You’ll want to schedule tire rotations for your Lexus every 5,000-7,500 miles, in addition to regular tire fill-ups and inspections.
Get the service you and your Lexus deserve right here at O’Brien Lexus of Peoria. Schedule a maintenance appointment at our dealership today.