Hyundai Ioniq Maintenance Schedule

Ioniq HybridWe understand just how important it is to keep up with your vehicle’s recommended maintenance plan, and we hope that you understand it, too-that’s why our team at the Norm Reeves Hyundai Superstore Cerritos wrote this guide to the Hyundai Ioniq’s maintenance schedule. Contact us with questions!

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Maintenance Schedule: Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is available to drivers across the entire country. For the purposes of this guide, we looked at the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Blue trim with a 1.6L engine, FWD drive, an automatic transmission, and approximately 12,000 miles already on the odometer. We also assumed that you’ll drive about 1,000 miles per month under normal road conditions. Without further ado, here we go!

Every 7,500 Miles/Six Months (Whichever Comes First)

  • Inspect the air cleaner filter.
  • Inspect the HSG belt.
  • Inspect the vacuum hose.
  • Replace the engine oil and the filter.
  • Complete a tire rotation.
  • Add fuel additive.

Every 15,000 Miles/One Year (Whichever Comes First)

  • Inspect air conditioning refrigerant.
  • Inspect the brake hoses and lines.
  • Inspect the driveshafts and boots.
  • Inspect the engine clutch actuator hose and lines.
  • Inspect the exhaust pipe and muffler.
  • Inspect the front brake discs/pads and calipers.
  • Inspect the rear brake disc/pads and calipers.
  • Inspect the steering gear box, linkage and boots, lower arm ball joint, and upper arm ball joint.
  • Inspect the suspension mounting bolts.
  • Inspect the vacuum hose.
  • Replace the climate control air filter and the air conditioning filter.
  • And much more!

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Maintenance Schedule: Hyundai Ioniq Electric

The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is available to drivers across the entire state of California, such as those around Anaheim, Long Beach, and Cerritos. For the purposes of this guide, we looked at a Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback trim with FWD drive, an automatic transmission, and approximately 12,000 miles already on the odometer. Similarly, we’re thinking about 1,000 miles per month/normal road conditions.

Every 10,000 Miles/Eight Months (Whichever Comes First)

  • Check the tire pressure and their condition
  • Complete a tire rotation.

Every 15,000 Miles/One Year (Whichever Comes First)

  • Check the 12V battery’s condition.
  • Inspect the air conditioning compressor, air conditioner refrigerant, and performance.
  • Inspect the brake fluid.
  • Inspect the brake pedal.
  • Inspect the cooling system.
  • Inspect the disc brakes and pads.
  • Inspect the driveshafts and boots.
  • Inspect the steering gear rack, linkage, and boots.
  • Inspect the suspension ball joints and mounting bolts.
  • Check the tire pressure and their condition.
  • Inspect the brake lines, hoses, and connections.
  • And much more!

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