Hyundai Scheduled Maintenance Procedures
- Inspect Bolts & nuts on chassis & body
- Inspect Brake pads, calipers & rotors
- Inspect Drive belts
- Inspect Driveshafts & boots
- Inspect Exhaust pipe connections
- Inspect Fuel hose, vapor hose & fuel filter cap
- Inspect Fuel lines & connections
- Inspect Muffler & suspension bolts
- Inspect Rear brakes & parking brake
- Inspect Steering gear rack, linkage & boots
- Inspect Suspension ball joints & dust covers
- Inspect Transmission fluid
- Inspect Vacuum & crankcase ventilation hoses
- Inspect Wheel bearing grease
- Replace Air filter
- Replace Brake fluid
- Replace Coolant
- Replace Engine oil & filter
- Replace Fuel filter
- Replace Spark plugs
Hyundai Maintenance Procedures - Common Additional Services
The air filter accumulates dust and debris and should be replaced to protect the engine and maximize fuel economy. For optimal engine performance and longevity, replace every 1 year or 15,000 miles.
Automatic transmission fluid becomes heat fatigued and accumulates moisture over time which can lead to automatic transmission damage if not serviced regularly. It should be replaced every 2 years or 30,000 miles.
Automatic transmission fluid becomes heat fatigued and accumulates moisture over time which can lead to automatic transmission damage if not serviced regularly. The filter should be replaced at this time a well. This service should be performed every 2 years or 30,000 miles.
Over time the Cabin Filter(s) will accumulate dirt, pollen and debris which can leak in to the passenger compartment if left unchecked. They should be replaced every year or 15,000 miles.
Drive belts crack and become glazed over time and can squeak or even break. They should be replaced every 45,000 miles.
The Fuel Filter becomes restricted as it accumulates debris from filtering the fuel which, can lead to performance problems and early fuel pump failure. It should be replaced at the mileage interval recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
It is important to rotate the tires from front to rear every 5000-7500 miles so that they wear evenly. This may not be possible on some vehicles because of directional tread design or rim size differences.
Hyundai Scheduled Maintenance Parts
Hyundai Scheduled Maintenance Questions and Answers
If I don't take my car to a dealer to have the scheduled warranty maintenance done, is it still covered under the warranty? How do I prove that I've had the work done? I'm due for my 15,000 mile check-up, and they're quoting me $249. Definitely going to take it elsewhere, but I am concerned that if I end up having a warranty problem later they will use that against me and say I voided my warranty or something.
I have a 2010 Elantra and according to the owners manual should have scheduled maintenance at 37500 but when I called a dealership they said next maintenance was @ 45000. I'm definitely not dying to spend money I don't have to, so as long as I am getting regular oil changes and rotate tires should I not worry about it till 45K?
I took my tib in to get the oil changed and included the routine maint. I thought it included adjusting the timing chain/belt. When I picked it up, it made a funny noise, but no one but me heard it. A week later, everyone could hear it, so I took it back, and the timing belt needs replacing, and I'm now told, it wasn't on the routine maintenance list, nobody touched it. I was questioning that maybe they adjusted it in the wrong direction, since now it is loose,because before the mai...
My Dealer notified me that my car may be due for the 18,000 mile service, however my Owner's Manual & your site show scheduled maintenance at 15,000 miles & 22,500 miles- what could this disparity be about?