What is the Jaguar Maintenance Schedule?

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Every new or used Jaguar model needs routine maintenance at a local authorized Jaguar service center. While individual Jaguar maintenance schedules will vary by model, below are some general guidelines to know when it’s time to schedule a service appointment in Boca Raton. Be sure to consult your Jaguar vehicle owner’s manual for more details, and contact us with any questions so you can enjoy better peace of mind on your daily commutes and summer activities!

Jaguar Service Every 5,000 Miles

Every 5,000 miles, the most essential aspects of Jaguar maintenance will be addressed. Maintenance items include:

  • Change the engine oil and filter
  • Lubricate the door hinges and body fittings
  • Clean and lube the power antenna
  • Check and adjust all fluids
  • Visually inspect underneath the vehicle
  • Check and rotate the tires
  • Inspect the windshield wipers and washer fluid
  • Inspect the lights and, if needed, replace bulbs
  • Inspect the belts and hoses
  • Inspect the HVAC system
  • Perform a road test

Jaguar Service Every 15,000 Miles

During this service, a technician will complete all services performed during the 5,000-mile inspection, plus:

  • Replace the spark plugs
  • Check the air filter and, if needed, replace
  • Inspect and clean the throttle plate
  • Check the belt adjustment
  • Inspect the braking system
  • Lubricate the door locks
  • Grease the wheel bearings

Jaguar Service Every 30,000 Miles

5,000-mile services and 15,000-mile services are performed at this service interval, as well as: Replace & Adjust the following Jaguar components:

  • Replace the transmission fluid and filter
  • Replace the rear axle lube
  • Replace the power steering fluid
  • Repack the front wheel bearings
  • Replace the oxygen sensor (every 90,000 miles)
  • Adjust the drive belt and replace (every 6 years or 60,000 miles)
  • Torque propeller shaft bolts

Lubricate the following Jaguar components:

  • Accelerator linkage
  • Brake pedal
  • Distributor advance mechanism
  • Weatherstripping

Inspect the following Jaguar components:

  • Exhaust system
  • Rear transmission mount spool and, if needed, replace
  • Battery and replace (after 4 years)
  • Brake discs and rotors
  • Check brake fluid levels, brake hoses, and pads
  • Check the cooling system
  • Door hinges and locks
  • Engine and engine mounts
  • Exhaust system
  • Fuel system
  • Handbrake
  • Lights and controls inside and outside the vehicle
  • Seatbelts
  • Steering system
  • Check the wheel alignment
  • Check the wheel lug nuts

For Jaguar Maintenance, Turn to Jaguar Palm Beach

When you purchase a new Jaguar, the Jaguar warranty will cover a wide range of regular maintenance items. But even if you have an older model you can still offset Jaguar maintenance cost with our rotating service specials and parts coupons. When you are ready for recommended service, rely on the Jaguar Palm Beach Service Center near Wellington. Our Jaguar trained technicians have a thorough knowledge of Jaguar models so we can keep your vehicle in top shape on the roads, and answer any questions you might have about your vehicle, like what a serpentine belt is, and more.

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