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When Should I Service My Hyundai Tucson?


We recommend servicing your Hyundai Tucson every 7,500 miles or 1 year, whichever comes first. Below we have provided more information on what is included at every service interval.



7,500 Mile Service


Minor Maintenance is required every 7,500 miles or 12 months, whichever come first. This includes your standard oil and oil filter change with tire rotation, air filter replacement and multi-point inspection.

  • Inspect Air Cleaner Filter
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Compressor
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Refrigerant
  • Inspect Battery Condition
  • Inspect Brake Lines, Hoses and Connections
  • Inspect Exhaust Pipe and Muffler
  • Inspect Front Brake Disc/Pads, Calipers
  • Inspect Rear Brake Disc/Pads
  • Inspect Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint, Upper Arm Ball Joint
  • Inspect Suspension Mounting Bolts
  • Inspect Vacuum Hose
  • Replace Climate Control Air Filter (for evaporator and blower unit)
  • Replace Engine Oil and Filter
  • Tire Rotation
  • Add Fuel Additive (recommended only if TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline is not available. See owner's manual for details.)


15,000 Mile Service


This is when your second oil and oil filter change is due. Similar to the 7,500 miles service, you will receive tire rotation, air filter replacement and additional multi-point inspection.

  • Inspect Air Cleaner Filter
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Compressor
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Refrigerant
  • Inspect Battery Condition
  • Inspect Brake Fluid
  • Inspect Brake Lines, Hoses and Connections
  • Inspect Driveshafts and Boots
  • Inspect Exhaust Pipe and Muffler
  • Inspect Fuel Filter
  • Inspect Front Brake Disc/Pads, Calipers
  • Inspect Fuel Tank Air Filter
  • Inspect Parking Brake
  • Inspect Propeller Shaft
  • Inspect Rear Brake Disc/Pads
  • Inspect Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint, Upper Arm Ball Joint
  • Inspect Suspension Mounting Bolts
  • Inspect Vacuum Hose
  • Inspect Vapor Hose, Fuel Filler Cap and Fuel Tank
  • Replace Climate Control Air Filter (for evaporator and blower unit)
  • Replace Engine Oil and Filter



30,000 Mile Service


Your Tucson will required the services mentioned above with the addition of a few more key inspections to make sure it is in tip top shape.

  • Inspect Air Cleaner Filter
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Compressor
  • Inspect Air Conditioning Refrigerant
  • Inspect Battery Condition
  • Inspect Brake Fluid
  • Inspect Brake Lines, Hoses and Connections
  • Inspect Driveshafts and Boots
  • Inspect Exhaust Pipe and Muffler
  • Inspect Front Brake Disc/Pads, Calipers
  • Inspect Fuel Filter
  • Inspect Fuel Lines, Fuel Hoses, and Connections
  • Inspect Fuel Tank Air Filter
  • Inspect Parking Brake
  • Inspect Propeller Shaft
  • Inspect Rear Brake Disc/Pads
  • Inspect Rear Differential Oil
  • Inspect Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint, Upper Arm Ball Joint
  • Inspect Suspension Mounting Bolts
  • Inspect Transfer Case Oil
  • Inspect Vacuum Hose
  • Inspect Vapor Hose, Fuel Filler Cap and Fuel Tank
  • Replace Climate Control Air Filter (for evaporator and blower unit)
  • Replace Air Cleaner Filter
  • Replace Engine Oil and Filter
  • Tire Rotation
  • Add Fuel Additive (recommended only if TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline is not available. See owner's manual for details.)



30,000 miles and Beyond


Repeate the aforementioned services using the same interval. Some additional services are required depending on the model and equipment on your Tucson.

  • 37,500 miles (All-wheel drive Tucson)
    • Inspect rear axle and transfer case oil

  • 60,000 miles
    • Inpsect Valve clearance and drive belt

  • 105,000 miles
    • Replace spark plugs




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