When you rely on your truck for commercial needs, you'll want to be sure it's ready to work every day. That's why you'll want to keep up with the essential maintenance of your vehicle. Meeting its basic needs on a regular basis will help prevent larger repairs in the future. To help you know exactly when you should have a service performed, you'll want to consult your truck's maintenance schedule.

If you're a New Holland, Lancaster, or Reading driver, just keep reading our full guide and get started maintaining your truck today!

Maintenance Every 4,000 Miles

It's important for you to stay up to date with your truck's needs every step of the way. That's why you'll want to have your vehicle inspected for a number of different issues every 4,000 miles. Some of the most important things you should look at include:

  • Scan control modules for diagnostic codes
  • Check your engine's oil level and replace as necessary
  • Inspect your truck's tires and refill them as necessary

Checking your engine's oil level is among the most important services on that list. If you don't have your engine oil replaced periodically, it can lead to engine damage. If you haven't replaced your engine's oil in a long time, be sure to look for various symptoms, such as:

  • Higher engine temperature
  • Banging in the engine
  • Oily smell in the cabin

Maintenance Every 10,000 to 60,000 Miles

Around every 10,000 miles-and, especially, at every 60,000 miles-you'll want to perform a number of other services. These services will ensure the long-term performance of your vehicle beyond a simple inspection. The main services you'll want to pay attention to are:

  • Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
  • Replace air filter element
  • Inspect brake system

Ensuring that your truck's air filter is properly cared for is a huge part of keeping your engine in good health. This is especially true if you often drive in dusty areas since the dust can get into your engine and reduce system performance.

Maintenance Every 50,000 Miles

Every 50,000 miles, there are a number of other services you'll want to perform that take care of various parts outside the engine. The main services you'll want to perform include:

  • Replace automatic transmission fluid
  • Replace differential fluid
  • Replace coolant
  • Replace wiper blades

Ensuring your transmission fluid and coolant are fresh can go a long way toward ensuring your vehicle runs as intended. With old coolant, your engine is much more likely to overheat, and with old transmission fluid, it can cause long-lasting damage to your transmission.

Schedule Maintenance With Us

Your truck works hard, and sometimes after a long day of work, it needs some TLC. That's why it's important to bring it to our service center, where we can provide your vehicle with all its core maintenance in the New Holland, Lancaster, and Reading areas. To schedule a service appointment, just get in touch with us at New Holland Isuzu today!

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New Holland Isuzu

508 W Main St
Directions New Holland, PA 17557

  • Sales: (717) 863-9943
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