Acura TLX Maintenance Schedule

Drivers all across the Mission Viejo, Lake Forest and Aliso Viejo know that in order to keep their Acura TLX in the best of shape, regularly scheduled maintenance is required. Having standard maintenance performed on your vehicle has numerous benefits. Not only will your vehicle receive the necessary care to help it perform at its best, but you can also stay ahead of any unwanted issues under the hood by catching them before they become a problem. To help you understand the various services that your vehicle needs, we're going to supply you with your Acura TLX Maintenance Schedule.

Understanding Your Acura TLX Maintenance Schedule

One of the best ways to stay up on your vehicle's well-being is by keeping track of the Maintenance Minder system. This system, working with your on-board computer, will notify you of important issues that will require professional attention. Your Acura TLX Maintenance Minder system keeps track of your engine oil life and your transmission fluid levels, to keep you up-to-date on your required fluids.

Below, you'll see a list of the various services that your Acura TLX needs to have performed to keep your vehicle in great shape. These intervals will be broken down by mileage and Maintenance Minder code. By following this schedule, you'll keep your vehicle performing at its best for many years.

Acura TLX Service Intervals by Mile

4,000 to 9,000 Miles: Every time you add this mileage to your vehicle, there will be a variety of different services that you'll need to have done to ensure that your vehicle is in working order. You'll need to replace your engine oil and oil filter (Code A).  You'll also need to have your tires rotated to ensure that they wear evenly (Code 1). 

7,500 to 20,000 Miles: On top of the previously listed services, you'll need to add a few more during this visit. Your vehicle will be subjected to a list of inspections including your fluid levels, braking system (pads, rotors, calipers), tie rod ends, suspension components, exhaust system, and fuel lines and connections. (Code B). 

15,000 to 30,000 Miles: During this visit, you'll need to have your engine air filter and cabin pollen filter replaced. You'll also need to have your drive belt inspected (Code 2). 

30,000 to 40,000 Miles: This service interval indicates that you'll need to replace your dual clutch transmission fluid (Code 3). 

105,000 Miles: When you reach this mileage, there's a few services that you'll need. Your spark plugs (Code 4) need to be replaced, as well as your engine coolant (Code 5). 

Schedule Service for you Acura TLX in Mission Viejo

Now that you know about the various services that your Acura TLX needs, you'll be prepared to keep it functioning properly for many years. Drivers in the Mission Viejo, Lake Forest and Aliso Viejo area can always schedule their service appointment with us at Norm Reeves Acura of Mission Viejo. Our Service Department and certified technicians are here for you to help you keep your Acura TLX in the best of shape.

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