To keep your vehicle performing at its very best, Ford Motor Company highly recommends scheduled maintenance items, such as: oil and filter changes, tire rotations, and air filter replacement to be performed at specific mileage intervals.
Also remember to take note of the driving condition you selected when activating your Vehicle Health Report. It will impact the scheduled maintenance of your vehicle and when it should be performed. If how you operate your vehicle changes, you should change the driving condition in your SYNC Owner account accordingly.
Keeping your driving condition current and consistently performing factory scheduled maintenance in a timely manner will help ensure that you’ll receive the best performance from your vehicle and help avoid unnecessary, costly repairs.
Note: Scheduled Maintenance listed below is based on the factory maintenance guide, not on your vehicle's service history or the actual maintenance performed.
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*Modem must be activated within 60 days of purchase through the FordPass app on a smartphone and remain active for at least 6 months after activation. Buyers of non-modem equipped vehicles will also receive Points for complimentary maintenance after enrollment. Visit a participating dealer for details.
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Vehicle Health Report Preferences
Warning Always follow Ford's scheduled maintenance instructions, regularly inspect your vehicle, and seek diagnosis and repair of damage or concerns at an authorized Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership. Vehicle Health Report (VHR) provides point-in-time status, at the time that each health report is initiated, for vehicle electronic systems that have self-monitoring capability. Other systems' status may be reported based on Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership repair records; however, not all systems and vehicle components are reported by VHR. Vehicle Health Report does not replace the need to perform scheduled maintenance and vehicle inspections. Failure to perform scheduled maintenance and regularly inspect your vehicle may result in vehicle damage and/or serious injury. Warning: Vehicle Health Reports does not necessarily indicate that there is a concern with your vehicle. If you would like to report a concern with your vehicle, please visit your authorized dealership or contact us.