Do you drive a Nissan TITAN around Westborough, Northborough, and North Grafton, MA? If so, you may wonder about some of its key maintenance intervals. Our team at Route 9 Nissan put together the following overview of the routine maintenance schedule for the Nissan TITAN to help you give your truck the care it deserves.
As you read ahead, feel free to contact us with any questions!
Following the routine maintenance schedule outlined in your owner’s manual will ensure optimal performance and maximum fuel economy. Additionally, it can extend the life of your Nissan TITAN, and if you choose to sell or trade it in down the line, you’ll be well positioned to get the most value for it.
The recommended maintenance schedule for the Nissan TITAN includes intervals for standard and severe driving conditions. In the following overview, we will go over key intervals for Nissan TITAN owners operating under standard or normal driving conditions. To be sure you’re following the correct schedule, refer to the owner’s manual for your specific model year.
At each maintenance interval for your Nissan TITAN, you will want to have a service technician inspect the horn, lights, signals, wipers, and rear hatch/hood lift supports as well as the:
-Engine air filter
-Differential gear oil
-Engine drive belt and hose inspections
Along with checking these components, be sure to have your battery tested and your tire pressure, depth, and tread inspected. Lastly, check that your engine, wiper, brake, power steering, and coolant fluids are at optimal levels.
Every 7,500 miles or every six months, whichever comes first, you’ll want to bring your Nissan TITAN in for an engine oil and filter change as well as a tire rotation. If you prefer to do your automotive maintenance at home, you can order genuine Nissan parts through our parts department.
Each time you reach this interval, you’ll want to replace the in-cabin air filter. This ensures you and your passengers are breathing the freshest air possible from inside the cab of your Nissan TITAN.
At this interval, you’ll want to replace your Intelligent Key battery for your properly equipped Nissan TITAN. Doing so will ensure you can continue to enjoy the convenience of locking/unlocking your door by simply pushing the Request Switch located on the door handle when you have your Intelligent Key in your hand or pocket.
Each time you reach this interval, you’ll want to have a service technician replace the engine air filter. This will ensure your engine continues to have the conditions it needs to function properly.
When you arrive at this interval, you and your Nissan TITAN have had many adventures together. This is time to replace your engine coolant and spark plugs.
Now that you have a better idea of some of the service intervals outlined in the Nissan TITAN maintenance schedule, it’s time to schedule service. Contact us at Route 9 Nissan to book your next routine service appointment or to order parts near Westborough, Northborough, and North Grafton, Massachusetts, today!