1993 Chrysler Town & Country Scheduled Maintenance

Maintain Your Chrysler Town & Country

Your Chrysler Town & Country isn’t just a car. It’s a part of your lifestyle. Keep it running newer, longer and schedule your routine maintenance appointment today.

1993 Chrysler Town & Country Maintenance Schedule

What is the maintenance schedule for the 1993 Chrysler Town & Country?

What to Know About 1993 Chrysler Town & Country Scheduled Maintenance

Take care of your Chrysler Town & Country and it'll take care of you. With the right maintenance at the right time, you could hit 200,000 miles (or beyond!) in your Town & Country. So, you want to care for your car, but you’re not sure when to get certain services. There's no need to guess when it's time to get Town & Country maintenance, and no need to wait until something goes wrong. It’s as easy as following the recommended maintenance schedule that’s been written specifically for your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country!

This recommended maintenance schedule is written by the auto manufacturer, Chrysler themselves. Driving conditions, climate variations, and other variables can affect which scheduled maintenance services you’ll need; however, there’s a good chance that your vehicle’s recommended maintenance services will include fluid exchanges, filter changes, new brake pads, oil changes, and tire rotations. Keeping up with routine service appointments is a great way to keep your Town & Country running for longer, increase your vehicle safety, and help you avoid expensive repairs caused by 1993 Chrysler Town & Country problems later.

Essential Maintenance to Keep Your Chrysler Town & Country Running Newer, Longer

Bring your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country to Firestone Complete Auto Care for factory-recommended maintenance services and a skilled technician will start the appointment with a Courtesy Check. The Courtesy Check helps us see what we’re working with under the hood, and allows us to alert you to any potential problems before they worsen. Every Courtesy Check will include a visual inspection of your Town & Country. We’ll check your head and tail lights, fluid levels, filters, tires (and their alignment!), and windshield wiper blades. We’ll also perform a free battery check to determine your battery’s charge level.

Could your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country be ready for a new battery? In general, car batteries only last three to five years. Depending on the climate where you live and your habits while driving, your Town & Country may need a replacement battery sooner. Short trips and extreme temperatures can shorten the overall life expectancy of your Chrysler Town & Country battery. It can be tempting to try and get as much life out of your battery as possible, but it’s smart to check it regularly and replace it before it gets too weak. Otherwise, you may find yourself (and your trusty Town & Country) stuck in the middle of nowhere. Your Chrysler Town & Country won't be going anywhere without a strong battery.

Ensuring you always have a well-charged battery can help your car’s overall performance, and regularly scheduled oil changes can support your engine’s overall performance and keep your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country running newer, longer. See Chrysler's recommendations for oil change intervals for your 1993 Town & Country in the chart at the top of this page. Don’t forget, though, that weather conditions in your area or your personal driving habits can affect this interval. Come in and speak with a Firestone Complete Auto Care technician to find out how often to change your oil. We can also answer any questions you have about what type of oil to use for your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country.

Routine upkeep for your Chrysler Town & Country suspension and steering system can improve ride comfort and help you maintain control of your vehicle. Don’t let a misalignment or pulling steering wheel put you in danger. Trust our technicians to inspect system components and if needed, provide the appropriate Chrysler Town & Country steering and suspension services. This can include things like power steering fluid replacement, wheel alignment adjustments, replacement of struts and wheel bearings, and ball joint lubrication. Components within your Chrysler Town & Country's steering system require regular maintenance.

If you fall behind on routine Chrysler Town & Country maintenance (or worse, don’t do it at all!), you could be feeling the heat on the road – literally! A malfunctioning A/C system or overheating engine can wreak havoc on your car. We can help you with all those issues. Our technicians have the knowledge and tools to repair and maintain the heating and cooling systems for your Chrysler Town & Country’s engine, and we can service your A/C system, too. Is your Chrysler Town & Country radiator in need of replacement? We got it. A/C smelling musty? We’re on it. Firestone Complete Auto Care is your one-stop shop for 1993 Chrysler Town & Country maintenance and repairs.

Don’t wait until something goes wrong with your car. Visit your nearest location for proactive maintenance today.

1993 Chrysler Town & Country Maintenance Questions

Take an active role in maintaining your 1993 Chrysler Town & Country. Get answers to common Chrysler Town & Country maintenance questions and learn more about caring for your vehicle.

  • When should I have Chrysler Town & Country alignment checked? You know your Chrysler Town & Country better than anyone else, so you’ll know if something doesn’t feel right while driving. Have your alignment checked (and adjusted if necessary) as soon as you notice a pulling steering wheel to prevent suspension damage or uneven tire wear.
  • When should I switch my Chrysler Town & Country to high mileage oil? If your Chrysler Town & Country has ticked past 75,000 miles, consider switching to high mileage oil at your next oil change to give your engine what it needs to go another 75,000 (or more!). High mileage oil: make it a high priority!
  • Can I ignore dashboard lights on my Chrysler? Don't ignore dashboard warning lights! Bring your Chrysler Town & Country in for a diagnostic code scan as soon as a dashboard warning light flashes on, whether it's your check engine or battery light. Dashboard lights alert you to trouble under the hood.