General Service Advice


Evansville Ford Service

Our highly qualified technicians are here to provide exceptional service in a timely manner. From oil changes to transmission replacements, we are dedicated to maintaining top-tier customer service, for both new and pre-owned car buyers! At Evansville Ford, when you come in for The Works,® you'll receive a complete vehicle checkup that includes a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and pressure check, brake inspection, Multi‐Point Inspection, fluid top‐off, battery test, and filter, belts and hoses check - all for a very competitive price.

Evansville Ford Service Benefits

Our technicians are part of a network of over 35,000 factory‐trained Ford technicians across America ready to service your car, truck, or SUV. Their training was developed by the same company that designed, engineered, and built your vehicle. This means we have the right parts, tools, and techs to help ensure your service is done correctly the first time. Other benefits of Evansville Ford service include:

  • Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts
  • Full‐service maintenance
  • Expert heavy repair facility backed by Ford
  • Parts and labor warranties
  • Clean, comfortable waiting areas with free Wi‐Fi
  • Shuttle service to and from your home
  • Friendly and knowledgeable staff

Recommended Maintenance Schedules

Performing routine maintenance will help protect the longevity of your Ford and help keep you safe. In addition to regularly inspecting your Ford wheel wheels, steering, oil level, and other spot checks, Evansville Ford's Service Center is here to help with all your other maintenance needs.

Every 5,000 miles:

  • Change engine oil
  • Change engine oil filter
  • Check and top off all fluid levels
  • Car wash
  • Inspect cooling
  • Check tires for tread depth, wear and set tire pressure
  • Lube all door and hood hinges
  • Perform multi-point maintenance inspection

Every 10,000 miles:

  • Inspecting your brake pads and rotors for visual damage
  • Topping off the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) fluid
  • Inspecting the front driveshaft boots for tears

Every 30,000 / 60,000 / 90,000 miles:

  • Replace engine oil, filter, and gasket
  • Check and top off all fluids levels
  • Perform fuel service
  • Inspect and clean battery terminals and cables
  • Adjust drive belt tension
  • Test alternator operation
  • Perform cooling system flush service
  • Check tire tread depth, inspect for wear, and set tire pressure
  • Inspect front and rear brakes for wear
  • Rotate tires and balance 4 wheels
  • Perform computerized diagnostic service
  • Inspect exterior lights for proper operation
  • Perform multi-point maintenance inspection

Ford Service FAQ

Routine maintenance like oil and filter changes, tire inspections and rotations, and numerous other routine maintenance can help protect your investment and keep you safe.

Vehicle engines generally have extended oil‐change intervals beyond 3,000 miles

The Works® is a complete vehicle checkup that includes a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and pressure check, brake inspection, Multi‐Point Inspection, fluid top‐off, battery test, and filter, belts and hoses check – all for a very competitive price.

These include oil, radiator, transmission, power steering, windshield washer, and brake fluid.

Your vehicle's filters should be changed every 15K‐30K miles.

Your spark plugs should be changed every 100K miles.

Your tires should be rotated every 5,000 to 8,000 miles

Brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn out at around 2 mm of brake pad friction material thickness remaining.

Brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn out at around 2 mm of brake pad friction material thickness remaining.

When your tread has a depth of less than 1.5 mm (1/16 in.), it’s time for new tires. Urgent indicators of tire wear include:

  • Cord or fabric showing through the rubber
  • Cracks or cuts in the tread or sidewall deep enough to show cord or fabric
  • Bulges or splits in the tire

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