General routine maintenance can be the difference between your Ford lasting 50k miles or 250k miles. It needs to be done on schedule. One of the major routine things you need to worry about is changing your oil. This needs to be done on a regular basis every 3-7k miles or every 3 months. Oil keeps your engine lubricated to perform its best. When it gets old it starts to break down and lose its lubricating properties. Once this happens, parts in the engine will begin to overheat due to the friction and will eventually lead to the engine seizing.
Performing regular maintenance according to the factory-recommended Maintenance Schedule is the best way to keep your Ford running in optimal condition.
Without tires, your truck won’t go anywhere so it’s important to make sure they’re in good shape. A tire blowing out on the interstate can be deadly. You’ll want to:
Inspect for uneven tire wear – This can be a sign of a bad alignment or wrong air pressure in the tire
Check tread depth – The penny head test can tell you when it’s time to replace
Check air pressure – Refer to air pressure stated on the door jamb sticker
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