Once a Year

• Starter switch check. See Owner Checks and Services.

• Parking brake and automatic transmission P (Park) mechanism check. See Owner Checks and Services.

• Automatic transmission shiftlock control system check. See Owner Checks and Services.

• Ignition transmission lock check. See Owner Checks and Services.

• Engine cooling system and pressure cap pressure check. Radiator and air conditioning condenser outside cleaning. See Cooling System.

• Exhaust system and nearby heat shields inspection for loose or damaged components.

• Accelerator pedal check for damage, high effort, or binding. Replace if needed.

• If the vehicle has a Tire Sealant and Compressor Kit, check the sealant expiration date printed on the instruction label of the kit. See Tire Sealant and Compressor Kit.

    See also:

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    Weight of the Trailer
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    Maintenance Record
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