Servicing Your Infinity In Reading, PA
Our commitment at King's Auto Repair is to provide you with informative, professional, and friendly service. We aim to build trust through transparency and specific details about our maintenance routine. Here's our recommended maintenance schedule for your Infiniti vehicle.
Every 3,750 Miles or 3 Months
At this stage, Infinity recommends changing the engine oil and filter if your vehicle primarily operates under certain conditions such as repeated short trips, stop-and-go traffic in hot weather, low-speed driving for long distances, or driving in dusty conditions. It is recommended at this interval to check and top off all fluid levels, inspect the cooling system,check tires for tread depth and wear, set tire pressure, lubricate all door and hood hinges, and perform a 27-point maintenance inspection. They also recommend regular car washes.
Every 5,000 Miles
This is the interval that we at King’s Auto Repair recommend servicing your oil and rotating your tires if you drive in ideal conditions. We'll check and top off all fluid levels, inspect the cooling system, check tires for tread depth and wear, set tire pressure, and perform a 27-point maintenance inspection.
Every 7,500 Miles or 6 Months
During this service, Infinity recommends performing a computerized diagnostic service, rotating, and balancing all four tires,inspecting front and rear brakes for wear, checking, and topping off all fluids, and inspecting and cleaning battery terminals and cables. Additionally,an adjustment of the drive belt tension, a lubrication of the propeller shaft(when applicable), an inspection of the windshield washer operation, and a lubrication of all hinges and steering stops. A 27-point maintenance inspection, road test,and car wash should also be completed.
Intermediate Maintenance Service (Every 15,000 /45,000 / 75,000 Miles)
At these milestones, the engine oil, filter, and gasket should be replaced, check and top off all fluids, replace wiper inserts, and inspect the windshield washer operation. Inspect and clean battery terminals and cables, adjust drive belt tension, test alternator operation, lubricate the propeller shaft (when applicable), and replace the air filter and in-cabin micro filter (if equipped). Checking tire tread depth, rotating, and balancing tires, performing a computerized diagnostic service, inspecting interior and exterior lights, performing a 27-point maintenance inspection, road testing the vehicle, and washing the car is also recommended at this time.
Every 30,000 Miles
At this stage, you should replace the engine oil, filter,and gasket, check and top off all fluids, replace wiper inserts, perform fuel service, inspect the windshield washer operation, and inspect and clean battery terminals and cables. Adjust drive belt tension, test alternator operation,lubricate the propeller shaft (when applicable), perform a cooling system flush service, replace the air filter and cabin micro filter (if equipped), check tire tread depth, inspect brakes for wear, rotate and balance tires, perform a computerized diagnostic service, inspect exterior lights, perform a 27-pointmaintenance inspection, road test the vehicle, and wash the car. Transmission service for both manual and automatic vehicles, as well as differential service,should be performed at this time.
At 60,000 Miles
When your Infiniti reaches 60,000 miles, it is recommended to replace the upper and lower radiator hoses, as well as the spark plugs, to ensure your vehicle continues to perform optimally.
Remember, regular maintenance is key to keeping your Infinity in top shape. Always consult your owner's manual or manufacturer for specific details. Our team of friendly and professional experts is always here to help you with any questions or concerns you might have about your vehicle's maintenance. After all, our main goal is to build trust through transparency, customer service, and providing informative, expert advice.