What is the Service Schedule for a Mazda?

September 16th, 2021 by

Regularly getting your Mazda serviced is key to maintaining your vehicle and keeping it in mint condition.

These are the basic service schedule recommendations applicable to all Mazda vehicles in normal driving conditions.

Basic Routine Service Schedule

Every 7,500 Miles (6-12 months)

  • Rotate tires
  • Replace engine oil and oil filter
  • Lubricate locks and hinges
  • Inspect disc brakes

22,500- 30,000 Miles (18-24 months)

  • Inspect brake lines
  • Inspect fuel lines and hoses for emission
  • Inspect disc brakes
  • Inspect front and rear suspension
  • Inspect ball joints and wheel bearing axial play
  • Lubricate locks and hinges
  • Inspect steering operation and linkages
  • Inspect driveshaft dust boots
  • Tighten nuts and bolts on chassis and body

37,500 Miles (30-36 months)

  • Inspect drive belts
  • Replace cabin air filter (continue replacing air filter every 25,000 miles)
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect heat shields
  • See service needs for 7,500 miles (6-12 months)

60,000 Miles (48 months)

  • See service needs for 22,500-30,000 miles (18-24 months)

75,000 Miles (5 years)

  • Inspect valve clearance
  • Replace spark plugs
  • See service needs for 37,500 miles (30-36 months)

120,000 (10 years)

  • Replace engine coolant (continue to replace every 60,000 miles)
  • See service needs for 75,000 miles (5 years)

There are some factors that may influence the recommended service schedule including the Mazda’s make and model, driving habits, climate, and road conditions.

Drivers should adjust their Mazda service schedule accordingly.

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