Tire Air Pressure: Check tire air pressure about every month. Tire air pressure monitors are easily found at any parts store such as O'riellys or Auto Zone. Keep your monitor in an easy to find location in your vehicle. Your owner’s manual will tell you what your tire pressure gauge should be. Doing so will give you better gas mileage. Who doesn't like to save money at the pump?
Tire Thread: This is very important! Bald tires can cause serious accidents. Go to your local shop about every 5,000 miles to have your tire thread checked. During this time you should also get your tires rotated and balanced.
Fluids: Antifreeze, power steering, coolant and oil should all be checked between 5,000-10,000 miles depending on your vehicle. Refer to your owner’s manual for best results. Seeing a professional will help warranty that you are doing the changes correctly. Attempting to change these on your own could put your vehicle at risk.
Timing and Serpentine Belts: It is recommended to change your timing belt every 60,000 miles and your serpentine belt replaced every 40,000 miles, give or take. Your owner’s manual will tell you the exact miles that best benefits your vehicle. This is especially important to have done because if the belts break it can cause your vehicle to break down, as well as expensive repairs.
Battery Check: Batteries tend to last about four years. However, it is suggested that you tell your mechanic to check your battery when you are getting your routine fluid check.
Cabin Air Filter: Refer to owner’s manual.
Engine Air Filter: Your owner’s manual will give you the mileage estimate for how frequently you should replace your engine air filter. If you drive a ton, especially in stop-and-go traffic or have a long commute, your engine air filter may get dirtier faster. Talk with your mechanic about your driving habits to determine how often you should have your filter changed.
Spark Plugs: Refer to owner’s manual. Spark plugs varies.