A truck is like most things in life: You get out what you put in. And for those who depend on their vehicle day-in and day-out to deliver results, a bit of care and maintenance goes a long way. While each make and model will have its own special needs (yes that means consulting the owner's manual) with these simple maintenance tips, your truck can continue running like it's fresh off the lot for years to come. We tapped collective wisdom, and then went to Ford's Global Chief Engineer of Customer Service Engineering John Norton in order to compile these things any man can do to help keep his truck running smoothly. What's customer service engineering, you might ask?
Basically, Norton and his team are the people who make sure your truck's easy to fix. They work on solving problems before they become problems. In other words, he's your best friend in the garage. Peugeot 5008 owners manual.
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This one's easy, but no doubt one of the most important things you can do to ensure a long life for your truck (or any vehicle for that matter). Ford recommends you do this every 7,500 miles or six months (whichever comes first) for 2008 model year trucks and newer. For older, higher mileage trucks, always change your oil filter when you change your oil. Be sure to pick up the best oil for your needs. There are dozens of varieties of oil and a wide range of high mileage options tailored to increasing the life of older engines, so be sure to consult your owner's manual to ensure you pick the right viscosity-index for your truck. And then double check before you buy—having to visit the same auto shop twice in the one day for a single item is both embarrassing and waste of time.