To optimize the Hyundai Kona’s performance, it is important to understand its recommended maintenance schedule. Hyundai recommends that you bring in your vehicle for a maintenance visit every 7,500 miles; some of those visits will be minor, but later in the life of your Kona there will be service tasks added to certain mileage intervals. Let’s take a closer look at what’s required and when.
Every 7,500 miles, it is important to change the engine oil and filter, rotate the tires, and inspect the battery, vacuum hose, and air cleaner filter.
At this mileage interval, the service items from the 7,500-mile interval will be repeated. But it is important to inspect the brake pads, brake disc, calipers, brake hoses and lines, air conditioning refrigerant, driveshaft and boots, suspension and steering components, and exhaust pipe and muffler. You should also replace the climate control air filter.
At this mileage interval, it is recommended to inspect the fuel lines, hoses, fuel tank air filter, fuel filter, brake fluid, parking brake, vapor hose, fuel filter cap, and fuel tank. Replacement of the air cleaner element is also recommended.
Every 60,000 miles, you should inspect the valve clearance and drive belts; from this point on, the drive belts should be inspected every 15,000 miles. You should also replace the coolant at each future interval of 30,000 miles. It is also crucial to replace the spark plugs every 45,000 miles.
Scheduling maintenance on your Hyundai Kona has never been easier, simply call our Service department at 877-316-7332 or book an appointment.
To keep your Santa Fe on the road for as long as possible, it’s essential that you bring it in to be serviced according to Hyundai’s recommended maintenance schedule. When the service technicians see your Santa Fe every 7,500 miles, they will not only take care of the oil, filter, and fluid needs that all vehicles need, but they will also be able to keep an eye on it in general and watch for developing issues.
This is the point where the engine oil and filter will be replaced and the tires should be rotated. In addition, the Hyundai service technicians will inspect the air cleaner filter, air conditioning compressor and refrigerant, battery condition, brake lines, hoses, and connections, and the brakes and pads. They’ll also take a look at the driveshafts and boots, exhaust pipe and muffler, steering gear rack, linkage boots, and lower/upper arm ball joints, as well as the suspension mounting bolts and vacuum hose.
At each interval of 15,000 miles, everything from the 7,500-mile list will be taken care of, along with a replacing the climate control air filter/air conditioner filter and checking your Santa Fe’s brake fluid, propeller shaft, fuel filter, fuel tank air filter, fuel filler cap, fuel tank, vapor hose, and parking brake. The 30,000-mile interval will add an inspection of the rear differential oil, transfer case oil, fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections; it will also be time to change the air cleaner filter. At 60,000 miles, the 30,000-mile task list will be repeated, along with an additional inspection on the drive belt(s) and valve clearance.
This 97,500-mile point will require all of the previous services on top of changing the spark plugs; at 120,000 miles the coolant will need to be flushed and refilled. After this, keeping up with regularly scheduled maintenance will give your Santa Fe what it needs to give you many more miles of reliable transportation.
Keeping your Sonata functioning at peak performance will require mileage-based maintenance services. Without them, you run the risk of letting small problems grow into large ones, meaning you may be in for some repairs that could have been avoided. Hyundai provides a comprehensive maintenance schedule that shows you exactly which services should be provided to your vehicle and when. For every 7,500 miles you drive, your vehicle will be due for some level of service. Most of these visits will be minor, consisting of an oil and filter change and a tire rotation. The major service visits won’t come until your Sonata reaches a much higher number on the odometer.
These 7,500-mile factory-required services are the basic ones mentioned above and will include replacement of both the engine oil and filter, as well as the climate control air filter. Aside from this, inspections will take place on the air cleaner filter, air conditioning compressor and refrigerant, battery condition, brake lines, hoses, and connections, as well as the brake rotors and pads. The technicians will also look at your Sonata’s driveshafts and boots, exhaust pipe and muffler, steering gear rack and linkage boots, the suspension mounting bolts, and vacuum hose. After all of this, a tire rotation will be conducted to make sure they are evenly worn.
At this point, your brake fluid should be checked, along with the fuel filter, fuel tank air filter, fuel filler cap, fuel tank, vapor hose, and parking brake. At 30,000 miles, the same services should take place in addition to an inspection of the fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections. At 45,000 miles, the air cleaner filter will need to be replaced, again in addition to the base 15,000-mile menu of services.
At 60,000 miles, everything from 30,000 miles will be serviced, along with a drive-belt inspection. When the odometer reads 97,500 miles, all previous services will again be conducted, along with a replacement of the spark plugs. At 120,000 miles your coolant will need to be flushed out and replaced. After this milestone, keeping up with regularly scheduled maintenance will give your Sonata the ingredients for many miles to come. Your service advisor will work with you to determine the best schedule for servicing the car at that later stage.
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