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Canadian Maintenance Schedule
Type “A/0” Service
Replace engine oil. Engine oil cleans, lubricates and cools the engine’s moving and stationary parts to protect against wear and friction. Over time, engine oil deteriorates and loses its ability to protect the engine properly. Depending on distance driven and past maintenance items performed, Type ‘A’ may be accompanied by displayed sub-items indicating other maintenance is due.
Type “B/9” Maintenance
The Type ‘B’ Service includes engine oil and filter change, brake service and comprehensive chassis inspections. Depending on distance driven and past maintenance items performed, it may be accompanied by displayed sub-items indicating other maintenance is due. Replace engine oil and filter. In addition to replacing the engine’s oil, the oil filter is also replaced at this point. The oil filter helps prevent wear and damage by trapping and retaining fine particles that are generated during engine operation. Brake system inspection and service (including ABS). Brake components operate in a harsh environment in which they are exposed to extreme temperatures and severe road and weather conditions. All brake components and friction materials are inspected for wear and deterioration, then serviced to remove accumulation of debris and corrosion, and to replace lubricants that deteriorate with time and use. When necessary, the parking brake is adjusted and the brake fluid reservoir is topped up. Chassis inspections. The suspension, steering, brake hydraulic system, driveline, exhaust system and fuel system are inspected for wear, damage or irregularities that may require attention.
SUB-ITEM 1: Tire Rotation and Inspection
The tires are inspected for damage and abnormal wear that may indicate a need for wheel alignment, adjustment or suspension repairs. Rotation is done to maintain even distribution of wear and to maximize longevity. Pressures are checked and adjusted if needed.
SUB-ITEM 2: Replace Air-Cleaner Element
The air-cleaner element prevents foreign materials, such as dust and debris, from entering the engine and causing internal damage and premature wear. A clogged air filter affects engine performance, can increase fuel consumption and contribute to engine oil contamination. Replace dust and pollen filter. This filter removes dust, pollen and debris from outside air that enters the passenger cabin through the heating and air conditioning system. A dirty filter reduces the quality and velocity of air exiting the vents. Inspect and adjust drive belts. Depending on the engine model, external engine drive belts may operate the water pump, alternator, power steering pump or air conditioning compressor. Inspection to identify wear, damage or deterioration is necessary to avoid unexpected belt failure. Some belts require manual tension measurement and adjustment, while others may have an automatic tensioning system.
SUB-ITEM 3: Replace Transmission Fluid
Transmission fluid cools and lubricates internal transmission components. Its properties diminish over time and distance driven. Replacement is necessary to maintain proper operation and protection against wear. Replace transfer case fluid (4WD trucks). Similar to those of transmission fluid, the transfer case fluid’s properties diminish over time and distance driven. Replacement is necessary to maintain proper operation and protection against wear.
SUB-ITEM 4: Replace Spark Plugs
The spark plugs ignite the air/fuel mixture in the combustion chambers. Replacement is necessary to maintain smooth engine power delivery, fuel efficiency and low exhaust emissions. Replace timing belt and inspect water pump (V6 only). The timing belt drives the engine’s camshafts to open and close the intake and exhaust valves at the proper time. It also drives the water pump. The timing belt gradually wears and deteriorates, and must be replaced to avoid failure and potentially severe engine damage. The water pump is easily accessed during timing belt replacement and should be inspected and, if necessary, replaced. Inspect valve clearance. Valve clearances can change with normal wear and require periodic inspection and adjustment. Improper clearances can affect engine performance and efficiency and may cause abnormal noise.
SUB-ITEM 5: Replace Engine Coolant
Engine coolant absorbs and transfers heat generated during engine operation, inhibits corrosion, protects against freezing and boiling, and lubricates the water pump. Its properties deteriorate over time, requiring periodic replacement.
SUB-ITEM 6: Replace Rear Differential Fluid (4WD trucks, S2000)
The rear differential transfers and controls power to the rear wheels. Its fluid degrades over time and distance, and must be replaced when indicated to prevent wear and damage to internal components.
SUB-ITEM 7: Replace Brake Fluid Every 75,000km
Brake fluid is hygroscopic which means it attracts moisture. Because many parts of your braking system are made from metal, flushing the brake fluid can prevent corrosion and failure of your brake components.