Ford Service Coupons is all about providing premium services at a discounted price. No matter what routine maintenance you may require, there are several coupons for you to choose from. Each of our coupons are can be used as many times as you need them. All you have to do is print out the voucher of your desires and redeem it when it’s time to purchase your service. Although Ford is always here to help, there are a few DIY vehicle maintenance tips it wouldn’t hurt to learn! For more information, contact your local dealership or give us a call at (859) 341-6603.
Do It Yourself!
Just kidding! Although there are many types of maintenance that only a professional should take care of for your vehicle. However, there are several tasks that you can complete yourself and save your money!
Replacing Your Wiper Blades
It is quite hard to ignore when your blades need to be replaced. Proceed to press the washer button and see if your blades wipe your window clean. If they streak, it is time for a replacement. Auto parts stores may have a variety of economy blades, but purchase quality name brand wipers at a discounted price at your local Ford dealership or with our Motorcraft brand.
Replacing Engine Air Filter
It is also quite simple to replace your engine air filter. Simply unscrew or unclip the air filter box retainers and remove the old filter. Then proceed to hold a shop light behind the filter to see how much passes through. If the filter blocks at least 50% of the light, it is time for a replacement. If it does not, you can put it back in. Be sure to secure the air filter box cover and continue to drive.
When it comes to gas lift cylinders, it takes nothing to replace them. Simply visit your local Ford OEM Parts Department and purchase new lifts. Later, have someone hold the hood or liftgate while you disconnect and replace the worn lifts. Typically, many styles can be simply unbolted using a metric socket set. Others can end up connecting with a ball and socket style connection that is put in place with a spring clip. In order to release the spring clip, shove a small flat blade screwdriver between the clip and the cylinder. Lastly, pull the cylinder off the ball stud.