If you're looking to keep your Ford Bronco out on the trails for years to come, you'll need to keep up with the regularly scheduled maintenance. That will keep it in tip-top shape.

As you explore Burlington, Lumberton, and Medford, NJ, you may be wondering which services come at what intervals. Our team at Lucas Ford has created this 2021 Ford Bronco maintenance schedule, so you can enjoy its adventurous performance on all the journeys to come.

10,000 Miles

When you hit 10,000 miles, you may be just getting to know your new SUV. The 10,000-mile service interval is the bedrock of the 2021 Ford Bronco maintenance schedule. The maintenance that's done here must be repeated at every proceeding service.

There are a few key services that need to be performed at 10,000 miles. You'll need an oil and filter change and a tire rotation. A certified technician will also perform a multi-point inspection that includes checking fluid levels, lights, wiper blades, and the exhaust system.

20,000 Miles

At the 20,000-mile service, the cabin air filter will need to be replaced.

There are two more points added to the multi-point inspection at this service interval. A technician will need to check the wear on your vehicle's brake pads and tires. They will most likely not need to be replaced at this service visit but identifying premature wear will help the technicians stay on top of future maintenance.

30,000 Miles

When you hit 30,000 miles, you'll want to have a technician replace the engine air filter of your Ford Bronco.

You will also want to have the cooling system and all the corresponding hoses inspected for leaks and damage.

50,000 Miles

Your Ford Bronco is sure to be your trusted travel companion once you hit 50,000 miles. At this point, a technician will inspect your brake pads. They may need to be replaced, but under ideal conditions, they could serve you well for another 10,000 or 20,000 miles.

It's also a good idea to have your automatic transmission fluid inspected. If it's dark or dirty, you'll want to have it replaced.

60,000 Miles

The 60,000-mile mark is a big one in the 2021 Ford Bronco maintenance schedule. If the tread depth on your tires is less than 2/32 of an inch, it's time for a replacement. A fresh set of tires will help ensure your safety out on the road. Both the engine and cabin air filters will also need to be replaced.

A certified technician will need to check important structural and powertrain elements at 60,000 miles. They include:

        
  • Heat Shields
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  • Steering Linkage
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  • Suspension Joints
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  • Driveshaft
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  • Ball Joints
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  • U-joints

100,000 Miles

At 100,000 miles, your Ford Bronco is officially a veteran of the trails. In addition to keeping up with the services already mentioned, you will need to have the spark plugs replaced.

It's also a good idea to have the accessory drive belts inspected. They may need to be replaced if they're experiencing any dry rot or general wear and tear.

Schedule a Service Appointment Today!

Now that you know what it takes to keep the 2021 Ford Bronco in tip-top shape, you'll be able to explore all the trails around Burlington, Lumberton, and Medford, New Jersey.

If your SUV is due for maintenance, schedule a service appointment at Lucas Ford!

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