Jenior Ford is your best choice for service. Our technicians are continuously trained by Ford Motor Company. The parts they use are designed to fit your vehicle exactly.
Maintenance schedules are important. Keeps your Ford performing at its best. Also it helps keep a higher resale and optimize fuel economy. We offer every service your vehicle needs. Keep your Ford like new condition with Genuine Service and Parts.
How To Clean Your Vehicle :
Bugs, bird droppings and other sticky gunk should be removed as soon as possible. If you aren’t able to get to the spot before it dries and don’t have Motorcraft® Bug and Tar Remover on hand, try removing it with a soft cotton cloth and a bit of cooking oil or grease. Then be sure to clean the area with soap and water afterward to remove the oil.
Hose off any accumulated grime, especially in the wheel wells and under the bumpers. Scrub your vehicle with a clean sponge and Motorcraft® Detail Wash. Rinse, then dry it with a terry-cloth towel. Wax your car with Motorcraft® Premium Liquid Wax.
To fix chips or scratches in your paint, you’ll need to find the correct color of touch-up paint. This information is usually located on a sticker in your driver’s-side door or in your Owner Guide. If you can't immediately apply (or get) the paint, dab the chip or scratch with some clear nail polish. The polish will prevent corrosion under the paint and resultant rust.
Traditional ammonia-based glass cleaners can leave streaks that become blinding in bright sunlight. Instead, use a non-ammonia-based automotive glass cleaner, such as Motorcraft® Ultra-Clear Spray Glass Cleaner or a mild mixture of water and vinegar.
Vacuum the inside of your vehicle, using the crevice attachment to reach the tight spots where dirt and crumbs can accumulate. Clean vinyl, plastic and rubber surfaces with Motorcraft® Dash and Vinyl Cleaner to prevent drying and cracking.
If your vehicle features leather upholstery, maintaining its beauty and
protecting it from damage requires regular cleaning and conditioning. We
recommend using Lexol-ph Leather Cleaner and Lexol Leather Conditioner at
least once every six months.
If your vehicle features SYNC® or an available Navigation System, clean the display using a clean, soft cloth (such as one used for cleaning eyeglasses). If dirt or fingerprints are still visible, apply a small amount of alcohol to the cloth. You may also use LCD screen or laptop wipes, available at any electronics store. Never use regular glass cleaner, alcohol spray, detergent or any type of solvent as it could damage your screen.
Wearing safety goggles and rubber gloves, scrub off any battery corrosion with a wire brush and a solution of baking soda and water. Then warm up the engine a little to loosen the grunge. Turn it off and cover the air filter and electrical connections with plastic bags, then spray the entire engine compartment using Motorcraft® Engine Shampoo and Degreaser. Rinse clean.
Have your Ford or Lincoln Mercury Dealership test your battery as soon as possible if you notice any of these symptoms:
How often you need your oil changed
Ford Motor Company generally recommends getting an oil change every 5,000 miles or every six months, whichever comes first.
However, you should change your oil and filter more often – every 3,000 miles or every three months, whichever comes first – if you do any of the following:
This advanced new feature measures several key inputs, including:
You’ll find a display in your instrument cluster’s message center that will notify you of oil change intervals by displaying ENGINE OIL CHANGE SOON or OIL CHANGE REQUIRED. The system will also indicate when fuel filters need maintenance, or if fuel pressure is low.*
Your Super Duty includes new selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to dramatically reduce NOx levels coming out of your tailpipe. This technology uses DEF, a clear fluid that’s injected into your exhaust system to help convert NOx to nitrogen, a nontoxic gas.
DEF levels should be replenished at your dealership at every oil change to avoid running out. Certain conditions, such as trailer towing, will require filling the DEF tank more often. Your Super Duty includes a DEF monitor to track fluid levels, as well as warning messages when DEF needs to be refilled. Remember– your Super Duty will not operate properly without DEF.
For in-depth details about DEF and the IOLM, please refer to your owner’s guide and diesel supplement.
*Refer to owner’s guide for specific applications.
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