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Hyundai Scheduled Maintenance Service - Frequently Asked Questions.
Scheduled Maintenance Services are the standard scheduled maintenance vehicle services recommended by the manufacturer or specified in the Owner’s Manual of each Hyundai vehicle and in the Service Passport, excluding the first 1,500km/3 month service. Standard scheduled maintenance services are of limited scope. See FAQ’s 2 and 3 below for details of what is and is not covered.
A typical maintenance service schedule is performed every 12 months or 15,000 km (diesel and petrol engines); 10,000 km on turbocharged petrol engines) (whichever comes first).
Additional service / repair items which are not itemised within the relevant maintenance schedule specified for the relevant service interval are not included in Scheduled Maintenance Services.
- any item identified as requiring additional maintenance due to particular, demanding or severe driving conditions (as described in the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual), vehicle misuse or abuse or driver negligence;
- any item requiring maintenance that has been modified from the original manufacturer;
- any item requiring service or replacement as a result of wear & tear and consumable items requiring periodic maintenance or replacement such as:
- brake pads & rotors, clutch facing material;
- wheel alignments, rotation & balances;
- batteries; including those used in remote key components
- wiper blades / rubbers;
- fuses, light bulbs and the like
- any fluids not specified within the normal scheduled maintenance, use of nonrecommended, inappropriate or dirty fuel, oils, fluids, lubricants, coolants, refrigerants or water;
- additional maintenance due to the fitment or use of non-genuine parts or non-genuine accessories;
- repair of accident damage to any component of the vehicle necessitating additional maintenance;
- adjustments not specified within the normal scheduled maintenance; and
- multi (catch up) servicing.
The standard items in each Scheduled Maintenance Service are:
- lubricants; and
- sundries such as oil and waste recycling and/or removal, workshop supplies etc. The parts, lubricants and labour in each service may vary depending on the age of the vehicle or the KM travelled.