At Midwest Ford, our service center is prepared to handle your maintenance needs. We encourage you to schedule an appointment when you need one of the following vehicle services.

Tire service

Periodically inspecting your tires and having them serviced is a crucial aspect of vehicle ownership. About every 5,000 miles, your Ford needs a tire rotation to ensure the tread wears evenly. In order to handle the road, your tires must also have the right amount of air pressure, which is written in your owner's manual. Check your vehicle's tire pressure every so often, and, as you do so, measure the tread to make sure it's at least 1/16 of an inch deep. If a tire is quickly losing air pressure due to a leak or your tread is too shallow, head into the service department for a tire replacement.


Brake service

Brakes are important to you and your family's safety on the road, and they require occasional service. If your brake pedal is sinking to the floor or your Ford is not stopping as fast as it once did, you need to have a service technician check for a leak in the braking system. If you hear a screeching or grinding sound, your brake pads are likely worn down and need to be replaced.


Oil changes

An oil change is one of the most frequent services your Ford requires. New models are due for one about every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. The oil-life monitoring system in your Ford will inform you when it's time for an oil change by placing an alert on the instrument panel. If you don't come into the service center for this necessary service, low oil levels may lead to costly engine damage. However, if you make oil changes a part of your routine, your engine will run more efficiently and have a longer life span.


Battery service

If you don't want to end up stuck in a parking lot with a dead battery, you need to replace your battery about every three years. Some common signs that your battery is on its death bed are a battery fluid leak, a slow engine crank and, of course, a check engine light on the dashboard. Whether you notice one of these signs or your battery is simply getting up there in age, bring your vehicle into Midwest Ford for a battery check.


Alignment service

Alignment is a vital service for your tires. When not properly aligned, your tires can cause your steering wheel to excessively shake or cause your Ford to pull to the side. Poor alignment can also increase your risk of a dangerous blowout on the road. If you suspect that your Ford has poor alignment, visit us at Midwest Ford in Hutchinson, Kansas, for an alignment check.


Air filter changes

While you may not think about the air filters in your Ford often, there are many benefits to getting them changed periodically. The cabin air filter prevents dirty exhaust, smog, allergens and debris from reaching your interior so you can breathe easily. The engine air filter keeps dust and dirt out of the engine so they don't negatively affect the performance of your powerful Ford engine. To ensure that these filters are able to keep unwanted contaminants out of your Ford, have them replaced as often as your owner's manual indicates.


Belts/hoses/spark plugs service

Over time, your belts, hoses and sparks will wear down and potentially damage your Ford. That's why you should visit Midwest Ford for a regular tune-up. During this service, our technicians will inspect the different components of your Ford, discover if they need to be repaired or replaced, and extend your vehicle's life. Receiving routine maintenance not only benefits your vehicle in the moment but also over time since it prevents minor issues or inconveniences from becoming major, more expensive problems later on.


Visit Midwest Ford to receive these vehicle services and keep your Ford in tip-top shape.


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