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By now, you’ve probably been impressed with your new Acura’s performance, superb handling, and amazing technology. You might even have heard some whistles as you cruise the roads of Sioux Falls in style! While your new Acura car or SUV may come complete with cutting-edge features, like all vehicles they still require regular maintenance to protect your investment and keep them in their best condition. One of the best ways to maintain your cost of ownership of your current Acura is to keep up with its regular maintenance schedule, which our service center at Vern Eide Acura can help you to do. From common tasks like oil and filter changes or even prepping your Acura for extreme weather conditions, our Acura-certified service technicians can handle all of the maintenance or repair needs your vehicle may have.

Acura Maintenance Schedule

As mentioned, regularly servicing your Acura is one of the best ways to maintain its value and keep you safe on the road. Vern Eide Acura helps keep the process simple by offering an online scheduling tool, or you can reach us at 605-271-9515 and we can answer any of your service questions. If you prefer more of a DIY style, all of your Acura service maintenance details can be found at owners.acura.com as well, showing you when to service your vehicle.

Most Acura service intervals range from every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, while some are once a year depending on how long you’ve owned your Acura, or the year, make and model of your Acura. Our team at Vern Eide Acura, the luxury auto dealership in Sioux Falls, also communicates on a regular basis when we calculate your due for a service visit. Regularly servicing your Acura is one of the most important things you can do for your vehicle’s health. Having your Acura checked at Vern Eide Acura’s service center means you’ll be putting your vehicle’s care in the best Acura-certified technicians around.

Recent Acura models utilize a Maintenance Minder to remind you of the various events regarding your vehicle’s maintenance. The Minder will display on the multi-information display screen. The engine oil life screen displays how much life remains of your motor oil, from 100-percent down to 0-percent. This will occur when the maintenance minder has determined, based on mileage and load factors, how capable your oil remains to do its job. Under normal conditions, that could range from 7,500 to 10,000 miles. Severe conditions could trigger alerts in a range from 3,000-4,999 miles.

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The Maintenance Minder will also display other important service items, based on alpha-numeric codes. For example, Code A alerts are the Maintenance Main Items, while Code B offers what Acura classifies as maintenance sub-items. They include the following items needing your attention:

  • Code A: Replace Oil
  • Code B: Replace Oil and Oil Filter
  • Inspect Front and Rear Brakes
  • Check Expiration Date for Temporary Tire Repair Kit, if equipped
  • Inspect Tie Rod Ends, Steering Gear Box, and Boots
  • Inspect Suspension Components
  • Inspect Driveshaft Boots
  • Inspect Brake Hoses and Lines
  • Inspect All Fluid Levels
  • Inspect Exhaust System
  • Inspect Fuel Lines and Connections
  • Code 1: Rotate Tires
  • Code 2: Replace Air Cleaner Element, Dust and Pollen Filter, and Inspect Drive Belt
  • Code 3: Replace Transmission and Transfer Fluid
  • Code 4: Replace Spark Plugs and Timing Belt; Inspect Water Pump, and Valve Clearance
  • Code 5: Replace Engine Coolant
  • Code 6: Replace Rear Differential Fluid, if applicable
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As with any car, this is a baseline. If you subject your Acura vehicle to a hard-knock life, including operations in dusty or windy conditions or those that require an engine to work harder than normal, it would be beneficial to perform such maintenance sooner than scheduled. Some Automakers make it easier than others, but the end result will be a vehicle that takes you when you want to go, where you want to go, every time.

When Do I Service My Acura?

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Maintenance After 7,500 Miles

This service stop is regularly a checkup. While there may be nothing wrong with your Acura, it’s good to have your fluids topped-off and tires checked. Just to keep your vehicle running smoothly, these services are provided:

  • Oil change
  • Vehicle diagnostics test
  • Tire rotation
  • Top off fluids
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Maintenance After 15,000 Miles

At this point, it’s recommended that you have your vehicle’s oil changed and tires rotated again. on top of those, your vehicle also requires:

  • Cabin air filter change
  • Parking brake adjustment
  • Brake fluid replacement
  • Suspension, exhaust, and cooling system check
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Maintenance After 30,000 Miles

At 30,000 miles, your vehicle will need all of the above services as well as added diagnostics tests and a spark plug check and replacement if needed. It’s important to keep up with this service as it can be damaging to your vehicle is left unchecked.

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