When it comes to Land Rover repair, some owners feel like their vehicle is in the shop more than on the road. However, as with any vehicle, understanding and sticking to the recommended maintenance schedule is a must. Here, the experts at Mike Brailey’s Auto Service take a more in-depth look at the Land Rover brand and what it requires.

5,000 Miles

  • Oil and filter change
  • Tire inspection: pressure and tread – rotate and align if needed
  • Battery inspection
  • Chassis lubrication

10, 000 Miles

We consider 10,000 miles to be more of a check-in than a service appointment. Below are the items we’ll look at:

  • Steering and suspension system
  • Transmission fluids
  • Coolant levels

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15,000 Miles

At 15,000 miles, your Land Rover may need minor vehicle repairs and inspection of the following:

  • Crankcase oil filter replacement
  • Cabin air filter replacement
  • Brake inspection
  • Fluid levels
  • Underbody inspection
  • Wheel and tires
  • Drive belts
  • Exhaust inspection
  • Exterior light check

30,000 Miles

  • Brake line and hose
  • Driveshaft
  • Fuel line
  • Restraint system
  • Power steering
  • Wiring harness

While following the recommended maintenance schedule is always the best path, your mechanic can provide a personalized schedule. Depending on your driving style and amount of driving, Land Rover repair sometimes happens more often than expected.

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For more expert advice on keeping your vehicle on the road, contact your local professionals – Mike Brailey’s Auto Service. Dedicated to our customers and providing quality work at an affordable price, you can have confidence that your Land Rove is in the best hands!

Call today to schedule your service (603) 672-8867.