Tire Rotation and Required Services Every 12 000 km/7,500 mi

Rotate the tires, if recommended for the vehicle, and perform the following services. See Tire Rotation .

  • Check engine oil level and oil life percentage. If needed, change engine oil and filter, and reset oil life system. See Engine Oil  and Engine Oil Life System .
  • Check engine coolant level. See Engine Coolant .
  • Check windshield washer fluid level. See Washer Fluid .
  • Visually inspect windshield wiper blades for wear, cracking, or contamination and replace worn or damaged blades. See Exterior Care . Replace wiper blades every 20 000 km/12,000 mi or 12 months. See Wiper Blade Replacement .
  • Check tire inflation pressures. See Tire Pressure .
  • Inspect tire wear. See Tire Inspection .
  • Visually check for fluid leaks.
  • Inspect engine air cleaner filter. See Engine Air Cleaner/Filter .
  • Inspect brake system.
  • Visually inspect steering, suspension, and chassis components for damaged, loose, or missing parts or signs of wear. See Exterior Care .
  • Check restraint system components. See Safety System Check .
  • Visually inspect fuel system for damage or leaks.
  • Visually inspect exhaust system and nearby heat shields for loose or damaged parts.
  • Lubricate body components. See Exterior Care .
  • Check starter switch. See Starter Switch Check .
  • Check automatic transmission shift lock control function. See Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control Function Check .
  • Check ignition transmission lock. See Ignition Transmission Lock Check .
  • Check parking brake and automatic transmission park mechanism. See Park Brake and P (Park) Mechanism Check .
  • Check accelerator pedal for damage, high effort, or binding. Replace if needed.
  • Visually inspect gas strut for signs of wear, cracks, or other damage. Check the hold open ability of the strut. See your dealer if service is required.
  • Inspect sunroof track and seal, if equipped. See Sunroof .

Footnotes — Maintenance Schedule Additional Required Services — Normal

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