Are you enjoying the drive around East Stroudsburg and Easton in your new Mazda CX-9? If so, make sure to provide the routine maintenance that will keep your SUV in top shape for years to come.

Ray Price Mazda is here to make it easy for you: We're breaking down the Mazda CX-9 maintenance schedule, so you know exactly what service you should be asking for at each interval. Each interval has two numbers: One that's time-dependent and one that's mileage-dependent. Use whichever comes first to schedule your routine maintenance.

Service

Schedule 1 Interval

Schedule 2 Interval

Oil Change/Filter Replacement

12 months/7,500 miles

6 months/5,000 miles

Fuel and Brake Line Inspection

24 months/15,000 miles

18 months/15,000 miles

Emission Hose Inspection

48 months/30,000 miles

36 months/30,000 miles

Exhaust System Inspection

60 months/37,500 miles

42 months/35,000 miles

Engine Coolant Replacement

10 years/120,000 miles

As you can see, there are two maintenance schedules. Most drivers around Stroudsburg, Brodheadsville, and Saylorsville can follow Schedule 1. However, if you often drive under extreme conditions, follow Schedule 2. Read on to learn more!

Schedule 1

There are two service schedules for the 2019 Mazda CX-9, depending on how you drive your vehicle. Most area drivers can follow Schedule 1 since it's created for United States drivers who operate their vehicle under normal driving conditions. If you drive under severe driving conditions, scroll down to Schedule 2.

Every 12 months or 7,500 miles: Every year, you should get the following routine maintenance services done. If your vehicle uses Engine Oil Flexible Maintenance, it'll tell you when it's time to change the oil by illuminating a wrench indicator light. However, if the light doesn't come on, this is the maximum interval for getting your oil changed.

  • Rotate tires
  • Inspect disc brakes
  • Inspect emergency flat tire repair kit, if installed
  • Replace engine oil and filter (sooner if wrench indicator light comes on)

Every 24 months or 15,000 miles: In addition to the above tasks, this interval requires you to tighten all nuts and bolts throughout the chassis and body of your Mazda CX-9. It's also time to replace the cabin air filter. Plus, inspect the following:

  • Fuel lines, brake lines, and associated hoses and connections
  • Steering operation and linkages
  • Front and rear suspension, ball joints, and wheel bearing axial play
  • Driveshaft dust boots

Every 36 months or 22,500 miles:

  • Replace air filter
  • Inspect drive belts

Every 48 months or 30,000 miles: Maintenance at this interval should include the same services you received at the 24-month interval. Plus, inspect all hoses and tubes for emission.

Every 60 months or 37,500 miles: At this interval, you should inspect the exhaust system and heat shields.

Beyond: When your Mazda CX-9 surpasses these milestones, you should follow the same intervals for the life of your car. For instance, if your vehicle is 72 months old or has 45,000 miles, you should follow the maintenance schedule for the 36-month/22,500-mile interval.

Additionally, once your vehicle reaches 40,000 miles, it's time to replace your spark plugs. At the 10-year/120,000-mile mark, you should replace the engine coolant-then, replace it again every five years or 60,000 miles.

Schedule 2

If you drive under severe conditions, you should follow this maintenance schedule instead of Schedule 1. It's a little more involved because these conditions cause more wear and tear to the components inside the Mazda CX-9. Severe driving conditions that warrant following this schedule include:

  • Driving short distances on a regular basis
  • Driving across rough terrain, muddy roads, or salt and other corrosive materials
  • Driving in extremely hot, cold, or humid climates, or under dusty conditions
  • Extended periods of idling, low-speed operation, or brake usage
  • Continual mountainous driving

If these conditions describe you, follow the following maintenance schedule:

Every 6 months or 5,000 miles: Under severe conditions, you should get your oil changed twice a year-or sooner, if you're using Engine Oil Flexible Maintenance and the wrench dashboard light comes on. Additionally, you should rotate your tires and lubricate all locks and hinges on the vehicle at this interval. Plus, inspect the following:

  • Engine coolant, brake, and clutch fluid levels
  • Washer fluid level
  • Function of all lights
  • Disc brakes
  • Tire pressure and wear

Every 12 months or 10,000 miles: In addition to the above, you should inspect the emergency flat tire repair kit annually if it's installed.

Every 18 months or 15,000 miles: This interval is a good time to tighten all nuts and bolts across the chassis and body of your Mazda CX-9. Plus, inspect the following:

  • Fuel lines, brake lines, and associated hoses and connections
  • Steering operation and linkages
  • Front and rear suspension, ball joints, and wheel bearing axial play
  • Driveshaft dust boots

Every 24 months or 20,000 miles:

  • Replace cabin air filter
  • Inspect drive belts

Every 36 months or 30,000 miles: In addition to following the maintenance recommendations for 18-month service, you should do the following:

  • Replace air filter
  • Inspect hoses and tubes for emission

Every 42 months or 35,000 miles: At this interval, you should inspect the exhaust system and heat shields.

Beyond: When your Mazda CX-9 surpasses these milestones, you should follow the same intervals for the life of your car. For instance, if your vehicle is 72 months old or has 60,000 miles, you should follow the maintenance schedule for the 36-month/30,000-mile interval.

Additionally, once your vehicle reaches 40,000 miles, it's time to replace your spark plugs. At the 10-year/120,000-mile mark, you should replace the engine coolant-then, replace it again every five years or 60,000 miles.

Mazda CX-9 Maintenance: Schedule Yours Today

Whether your Mazda CX-9 is due for recommended maintenance in the next month or a year from today, now is a good time to schedule your service appointment-don't let it slip your mind! After all, if your schedule changes, you can always change your appointment at a later date.

Drivers near East Stroudsburg, Stroudsburg, and Easton should contact Ray Price Mazda today to schedule their next appointment. We're also proud to serve drivers in Brodheadsville and Saylorsville. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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