Engine Service

Your engine is the most complex component in your vehicle, and only the experts at Ford and Lincoln Dealerships are fully qualified to make sure yours is running at its best. They know every sensor, every wire and every hose – no matter how new your vehicle is.

Every maintenance schedule contains a complete set of engine services designed to help keep your engine in top shape. It’s a convenient way to make sure everything in your vehicle is taken care of properly, and our technicians can spot potential problems before they become serious. 

Signs That Your Engine May Need Service

• The Service Engine Soon light does not turn on for a few seconds when starting the vehicle
• The Service Engine Soon light does not turn off after the engine starts
• Fluids leaking from the engine
• Damage to any engine components
• Loud noises coming from the engine
•  Smoke coming from under the hood

If any of these symptoms occur, you should schedule an appointment at your local Ford or Lincoln Dealership immediately.

Signs That Your Transmission May Need a Flush Or Coolant Flush

You might need your transmission or coolant fluid flushed if you:

• Feel rough or hard shifting
• Experience repeated engine overheating

If any of these symptoms occur, you should schedule an appointment at your local Ford or Lincoln Dealership immediately.

What Happens When You Come In To The Dealership For Engine Service?

You’ve just brought your vehicle in to the service department specifically for a problem with your engine. Now what? A Service Advisor will ask a technician to diagnose the problem.

The Service Advisor will then take you through your vehicle’s test results, step by step. If they show that your engine needs service, there’s no better place to have it done than right there at the dealership.

Once you’ve authorized the services we recommend for your vehicle, we’ll get you back on the road as quickly as possible. And you can rest easy knowing:

•Engine components are designed specifically for your vehicle
•Technicians have the most up-to-date training for your vehicle

Keep Your Engine In Top Shape

The best thing you can do for your vehicle is to get scheduled maintenance at the dealership. Every vehicle maintenance schedule includes:

•Inspection of critical engine components at each visit
•Check and fill fluid levels at every visit
•Change coolant at 100,000 miles or 161,000 kilometers.
•Inspect accessory drive belts at 124,000 miles or 200,000 kilometers.
•Replace PCV valve at 150,000 miles or 241,000 kilometers.
•Replace spark plugs at 150,000 miles or 241,000 kilometers.
•Change transmission/transaxle fluid at 155,000 miles or 250,000 kilometers.

In between visits, check and fill your fluids as needed.

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