2018 Dodge Charger Scheduled Maintenance

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2018 Dodge Charger Maintenance Schedule

What is the manufacturer recommended maintenance schedule for a 2018 Dodge Charger? Find maintenance info for your vehicle.

Maintenance for Your 2018 Dodge Charger

How often should I service my 2018 Dodge Charger?

Your Guide to 2018 Dodge Charger Scheduled Maintenance

Take care of your Dodge Charger and it'll take care of you. With the right maintenance at the right time, your Charger could be on the road well past the 200,000 mile mark. 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 Charger maintenance, and no need to wait until something goes wrong. Rely on the recommended maintenance schedule that’s been created just for your 2018 Dodge Charger!

Dodge knows your vehicle inside and out (they made it, after all!), so they’ve designed this schedule with your car’s unique needs in mind. Scheduled maintenance services can vary depending on driving conditions, climate, and other factors; however, recommended maintenance usually includes services like oil changes, tire rotations, brake pad replacement, filter changes, and fluid checks and exchanges. Staying on track with routine service appointments can help your Charger perform better, increase your vehicle safety, and maybe even save you the headache of dealing with common 2018 Dodge Charger problems in the future.

Essential Maintenance to Keep Your Dodge Charger Running Newer, Longer

Head to your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care in your 2018 Dodge Charger for factory-recommended routine maintenance 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. During a Courtesy Check, we’ll always check your battery, then we’ll move on to inspect your Charger’s head and tail lights, tires, fluid levels, alignment, and windshield wipers.

Think you could be due for a new battery in your 2018 Dodge Charger? If your current battery is more than three years old, it may be time for a replacement (batteries typically last somewhere between three and five years). Depending on the climate where you live and your habits while driving, your Charger may need a replacement battery sooner. Extremely hot or cold temperatures can take a toll on your Dodge Charger battery, and so can frequent short drives. 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. If you keep driving on a battery that can't hold a charge, you run the risk of being stranded when your battery finally gives out (and no one can predict where that might be!). Your Dodge Charger won't be going anywhere without a strong battery.

In addition to maintaining a strong battery, investing in regular oil changes can support your engine’s overall performance and keep your 2018 Dodge Charger running newer, longer. See Dodge's recommendations for oil change intervals for your 2018 Charger 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. Talk to a Firestone Complete Auto Care technician to know when to change your oil. We can also answer any questions you have about what type of oil to use for your 2018 Dodge Charger.

Routine upkeep for your Dodge Charger suspension and steering system can improve ride comfort and help you maintain control of your vehicle. When it comes to steering and suspension, you want to catch small problems before they turn into big (and expensive) ones. You can count on Firestone Complete Auto Care’s trained technicians to inspect this system and, if needed, provide the appropriate Dodge Charger 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 Dodge Charger's steering system require regular maintenance.

Without routine Dodge Charger maintenance, you (and your engine) could quickly lose your cool when there's a problem on the road–especially if that problem is an overheated engine or broken A/C. Don’t sweat it, though! Our technicians can take care of those issues, too. At Firestone Complete Auto Care, we have what it takes to provide top-notch service for your Dodge Charger engine heating and cooling systems, as well as your air conditioning. Is it time to replace the radiator in your Dodge Charger? We got it. Got a funny smell coming from your A/C? We’re on it. Firestone Complete Auto Care is your spot for 2018 Dodge Charger maintenance.

So visit us regularly, or visit us urgently. Many locations are open on weekends and in the evening.

2018 Dodge Charger Maintenance Q&A

Take an active role in maintaining your 2018 Dodge Charger. Get answers to common Dodge Charger maintenance questions and learn more about caring for your vehicle.

  • What do I do if I hit a pothole in my Dodge Charger? You know your Dodge Charger 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 use high mileage oil in my Dodge Charger? Got 75,000+ miles on the odometer? Consider high mileage motor oil. High mileage oil is formulated to address the specific problems encountered by high mileage vehicles, or those with more than 75,000 miles. It can help reduce oil consumption, smoke, and emissions from older Dodge Charger engines.
  • Can I ignore dashboard lights on my Dodge? Don't ignore dashboard warning lights! Bring your Dodge Charger 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.