Regular upkeep is important to increase the longevity of your car. Keeping up with regularly scheduled maintenance is crucial to avoiding unnecessary wear and tear when it comes to your Dodge Durango. For drivers in the Freehold, Farmingdale and Monroe Township area, we're going to let you know about your Dodge Durango maintenance schedule.

Understanding Your Maintenance Schedule

Knowing your Dodge Durango maintenance schedule is important for the overall health of your vehicle. Maintenance schedules can be confusing to understand, so we've organized it in a way that is easy to navigate. Our guide to your maintenance schedule will be broken up by mileage. Time is also an effective measurement, but not everyone drives the same commute every day. Mileage is just an easier way to break down your service intervals-so keep an eye on your odometer, because here's your Dodge Durango maintenance schedule.

Dodge Durango Maintenance Schedule

All of the following services should be met with the corresponding mileage, but remember to continue these services every time you add that mileage to your car. Conveniently, a lot of these services will happen to fall upon the same date, so you can knock out a lot of services in one simple visit.

  •  8,000 Miles- This service interval requires an oil and oil filter replacement. At this time, you'll need to have your tires inspected for wear and rotated.   
  • 16,000 Miles- At this specific interval, on top of an oil change, you'll need to have your brake system, your exhaust system and your front suspension all inspected. Depending on the state of these systems, you may need some replacements.
  • 32,000 Miles- If your Dodge Durango features a 5.7-liter engine, than you'll need to have your spark plugs replaced. At this point, you'll also need to replace your engine air cleaner filter.   
  • 64,000 Miles- When you reach this service interval, you'll need to have your parking brake adjusted. You'll also need to have your automatic transmission fluid and filter replaced if you use your Dodge Durango for towing or other heavy duty activities. In this case, you'll also need to change the transfer case fluid as well. These specific services apply to all-wheel drive Dodge Durango models.  
  • 120,000 Miles- On top of everything that lines up during this service interval, you'll need to have your CV joints inspected.   
  • 144,000 Miles- At this specific service interval, you'll need to have your front axle fluid changed for your all-wheel drive Dodge Durango. If your Dodge Durango gets heavy off-road or towing use, you'll also need to have your rear axle fluid replaced.

Where to Go for Service

To have these services met, you can schedule an appointment with our Service Center at Freehold Dodge. For your convenience, you can schedule your service interval online using our form. Just fill out some key details and how you'd like to be contacted. We'll let you know that your appointment has been confirmed at our earliest convenience.

At Freehold Dodge, we're happy to help drivers like you in the Freehold, Farmingdale and Monroe Township area.


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Freehold Dodge Inc

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