Maintenance Schedule






2019 Nissan Maintenince Schedule

2019 Nissan Altima

Overview

To get the most out of your vehicle, it is important to follow the routine maintenance schedule. Nissan has set a service schedule for the Altima that calls for a visit every 5,000 miles. The required services for various mile markers are listed below.

5,000-Mile Intervals

Every 5,000 miles, you need to replace the engine oil and oil filter and have the tires rotated. During this service, the factory-trained Nissan technicians will also inspect the brake pads, rotors, steering gear and linkage, axles, suspension parts, front drive shaft boots, and exhaust system.

10,000-Mile Intervals

Every 10,000 miles, in addition to the 5,000-mile services, it’s time to check the brake fluid and CVT fluid and inspect the full brake system.

15,000-Mile Intervals

In addition to the 5,000-mile service items, the in-cabin microfilter and Intelligent Key battery should be replaced at these intervals.

20,000-Mile Intervals

All services performed at the 10,000-mile mark must be done again. In addition, the EVAP vapor lines and fuel lines are due for inspection.

30,000-Mile Intervals

In addition to the 10,000- and 15,000-mile required services, the air cleaner filter should be changed.

40,000 Miles

At this point, you must inspect the drive belt; it should now be checked every 10,000 miles.

105,000 Miles

You should replace the spark plugs and change the engine coolant. After the first time it gets changed, the coolant must be replaced every 75,000 miles.

Scheduling Maintenance

To schedule maintenance on your Nissan Altima, call our service department at 401-785-8938 or visit our website. And don’t forget to check out our service specials for deals on your vehicle’s maintenance.

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2019 Nissan Rogue

Nissan Rogue

Overview

The 2019 Nissan Rogue is one of the top-selling crossovers, and for good reason. It offers the latest technology, plenty of advanced safety features, and most importantly—it is built to last. To get the most out of your ’19 Nissan Rogue, though, it’s important to understand its regular maintenance schedule.

5,000-Miles Intervals

You’ll need to bring in your Nissan Rogue for an oil change every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, depending on which trim you’ve chosen and your daily driving conditions. During this basic maintenance appointment, you should also have your tires rotated. From this point on these services should be done every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, usually combined with the additional services listed below.

20,000-Miles Intervals

In addition to a regularly scheduled oil change and tire rotation, it’s time to have your fuel lines and EVAP vapor lines inspected.

30,000-Miles Intervals

At the mileage marker, your Nissan technician will replace the air cleaner filter.

40,000 Miles

At this point, items added to the inspection list will be the drive belts, vapor lines, and fuel lines.

60,000 Miles

This mileage marker calls for air filter replacement, drive belt and fuel line inspection, brake pads and fluid inspection, and you a battery check (and possible battery replacement, especially if the car has been through some especially cold winter weather.

105,000 Miles

At this point, it is important to replace the engine coolant, as well as the spark plugs if they have not already been replaced.



 

2019 Nissan Pathfinder


Overview

Regularly taking care of your Pathfinder is important to keep it operating in tip-top condition. By investing in routine services, you can make sure that your vehicle is with you for the long haul. Small issues that are overlooked can become large and expensive, but your Nissan technicians are there to spot and fix any such issues during those scheduled service visits. In addition to an oil change and tire rotation every 7,500 miles, Nissan has set a schedule of recommended service tasks to be done at regular mileage intervals, which we’ll outline below.

15,000-Mile Intervals

Once this mileage interval is hit, it’s time to take your Pathfinder in for its first moderate service. A 15,000 miles, along with another tire rotation and filter change, a detailed inspection should be conducted along with an air filter replacement in the cabin. This multi-point checkup allows the technicians to note any signs of developing issues while they are still easy to correct.

30,000- and 60,000-Mile Intervals

The services at this point will be slightly more in-depth. As with the previous service, an oil and filter change, as well as a tire rotation, are on the list again. In addition, the technician will check the transmission fluid to see if it’s time for a change. This helps keep the transmission system cooled and lubricated, as old fluid can become dirty and cause wear on the transmission. Also, the driveshaft condition should be checked, along with all of the brake system components. At 60,000 miles, it may be time for a new battery, especially with the harsh New England winter temperatures. The brake fluid and engine coolant may also need to be flushed and replaced.

90,000-Mile Service and Beyond

Your Nissan Pathfinder has been built to last many years. With proper care, it will be there for you at 90,000 miles, 120,000 miles, 150,000 miles, and beyond. The scheduled services at these later intervals will add the inspection and replacement, as needed, of more components that are subject to wear, such as belts and hoses, in addition to all of the previously mentioned service points.



 

2019 Nissan Titan


Congratulations on choosing your 2019 Titan! To keep it running like a top, Nissan has set up a routine maintenance schedule for you to follow that’s outlined according to planned mileage increments. Each interval will require that certain services take place, and most visits will be minor. It won’t be until the odometer reading climbs that your truck will need a few more tasks added to these routine service visits.

5,000, 10,000, and 15,000-Mile Intervals

After your Titan’s initial 5,000 miles, it’s time for the first basic service to take place. This appointment will be relatively quick, since it’s just for an engine oil and filter change and a tire rotation. Five thousand miles later, at 10,000 on the odometer, a few inspections should be done on the brake lines and cables, brake pads and rotors, transfer fluid and differential gear oil, propeller shaft, and drive shaft boots (the last two are for 4WD models only). Then, at 15,000 miles, replacement of the in-cabin microfilter and an inspection of the Nissan Intelligent Key battery will be in order.

20,000, 30,000, and 40,000-Mile Intervals

Once the odometer climbs to 20,000 miles, your Nissan technician should inspect the EVAP vapor lines, fuel lines, steering gear and linkage, axle and suspension parts, and exhaust system. As far as replacements at this point, only the brake fluid will need to be changed during this appointment. At the 30,000-mile point, the air cleaner filter will need to be replaced, along with the Nissan Intelligent Key battery. Next up is the 40,000-mile interval, where the only new service to be provided is an inspection of the drive belts, which will then need to be inspected every 10,000 miles thereafter.

105,000-Mile Interval

The last interval where any new services will be provided is at 105,000 miles, at which point your Titan will need a new set of spark plugs and a flush and refill of the engine coolant. You’ll also need to replace the brake fluid every 10,000 miles going forward. In general, just continue following the same pattern as before at the same mile intervals, unless your factory-trained technician advises you otherwise.

Severe Conditions

The maintenance schedule will change slightly if your usual driving conditions are more severe. For instance, you’ll need to have your brake pads and rotors, steering gear and linkage, axle and suspension parts, propeller shaft and drive shaft boots, and exhaust system inspected every 5,000 miles if you do a lot of towing, off-road driving, or frequent short trips. As far as replacements, you should have your brake fluid changed every 10,000 miles instead of every 20,000 miles, and you’ll also need to change the automatic transmission fluid every 30,000 miles under these more demanding driving conditions.