Ford Bronco Exterior

* Listed service intervals serve as a general guide and are not associated with the OEM. Please refer to your vehicle's owners manual for optimal recommendations for your specific model.

The Ford Bronco is a vehicle with a lot of potential to get you anywhere you want to go. Just like any vehicle. You need to check it constantly to make sure that it stays in top health. Maintaining a regular schedule for maintenance is one of the most important things you can do for your Bronco. Here are some general intervals that can serve as a guide for anyone trying to keep their Bronco running as best as it can. It is important to note, however, that the most accurate information for these intervals will come from the specific year, make, model, and trim that came with your owner's manual. It's worth it to read that as well.

15,000 Mile Service

For the first interval, you will need an oil change to start from your tech. The brakes and the tires also need to be checked properly. They can wear out in many situations. A certified Ford tech should also look at your wi[ers, headlights, and other safety options for your vehicle.

30,000-Mile Service

At this point, you will need another oil change, as well as more checking for the tires and brakes since they are so important. Also, your techs will need to take a look at the Ford fuel filter as well as the air filter. They might need to be changed out. Environmental factors like the type of driving and the conditions of the road can affect this.

60,000-Mile Service

You may need a full brake change-out as well as a replacement for the brake fluid. This is also the right point to check for a replacement for coolant and transmission fluid. It's also important to check the battery for your Ford Bronco.

90,000-Mile Service

At this level, you should check everything from the 60,000-mile mark again. You will also want your Ford's spark plugs, hoses, and fluid in the power steering checked out thoroughly. Even things like the timing belt will need to be checked out and replaced if necessary.

It's important to follow the Ford Bronco maintenance schedule, both generally and specifically, as best as you can. This will make sure that your vehicle will last as long as possible and that it will have the best performance possible throughout its life. You can depend on the Ford technicians available to check out and repair your vehicle as effectively as possible. If you have any questions about your Ford Bronco service intervals, please make sure to contact us at our dealership today.



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